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a subtle pointing out

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an actor's line that immediately precedes and serves as a reminder for some action or speech

evidence that helps to solve a problem

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a stimulus that provides information about what to do

sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiards

assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned

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Cue's reported production costs of $12.1 million were 27% lower than the previous year.
First, you will properly introduce the cue and help him understand what it means.
Our models looked at the effect of the main factors (chemical cue and tadpole size class or dragonfly feeding state) and their interaction.
"We're on the plane all set to go and he got asked to get off the flight with all of his luggage and my cue - if it's not 'your luggage' you can't travel with it.
Meanwhile, one Jo Daniel Campos seemed to be a fan of conspiracy theories, with his take on what the viral photo means - he commented that the banana-flavored banana cue was probably not really made with real bananas, but with flour shaped like bananas.
This means that presuming that just one focal test is conducted (which is usually not the case in deception cue literature), there is a 5% or smaller chance that the finding would have obtained if there were really no difference or association between the cue and actual honesty.
Samsung CUE allows users to stream and own their favorite music by offering a music store and streaming service all within the same platform.
With our new directors (Cate Tolnai and Jason Seliskar) our CUE staff is made up of more educators than ever before (56 percent), so we truly understand our members' needs.
A few mechanisms may be responsible for the positive results of the sES cueing strategy we adopted: (i) it may be possible that participants adapted to the cue by synchronizing their step time (557 ms; range: 500 ms and 667 ms) to the "fixed" rhythm of the delivered sES cue (700 ms; Figure 2), (ii) participants may have failed to adapt to the cue and instead artificial stimulation of the proprioceptive pathways may have enhanced proprioceptive information processing as suggested by Pereira et al.
While the full financial details of the deal were not revealed, Cue will receive an upfront payment.
All CUE Rock Star Teacher events are designed to have low attendee to faculty ratios to maximize learning impact.
Shara Tibken, a senior reporter for CNET and CBSI who covers Apple and Samsung, said Apple denied Cue told Rihanna to sit down.
If a target is flying away from the detecting area of [s.sub.a], [s.sub.a] needs to cue other sensors to hand over the task of detecting this target.
In other words, the authors suggested two potential sources of behavioral control: environmental cues (panel lights) and practice cues, which are the result of repeating the same sequence many times (Lanai 1975; Shimp 1981, 1982).