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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of clue.


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  • A report of found property published Dec. 29 in the Green Bay Press-Gazette's police calls clued in an Allouez woman to the fact that items were missing from her home.

    The Green Bay Press-Gazette Latest Headlines 2009

  • Foxes is about what were, at the time, "Los Angeles values" - the obsession with fashion, money, buffed bodies, and a certain kind of clued-in clique-ish status - and how they were starting to become the new American values. Today's Latest Headlines Owen Gleiberman 2010

  • "I kind of clued in when I stayed there Friday that something must be happening," said

    London Free Press 2010

  • "I kind of clued in when I stayed there Friday that something must be happening," said

    Toronto Sun 2010

  • I guess my posts around here have kind of clued the regulars into this fact!

    The 9513 2009

  • "Staying with those guys in the summer, they kind of clued me in on what was going on and how big it (the Kansas game) was," he said.

    Columbia Missourian: Latest Articles 2009

  • Sleuth's current tagline, by the way, already hints at the channel's new name: "Get clued in."

    Exclusive: Sleuth Gets a New Name; Meet Cloo 2011

  • So, when I clued in to that, I got a little edgy about how this book would end.

    Rabid Reads "The Strain" by Chuck Hogan * Guillermo Del Toro 2009

  • Author, Alan Baxter, didn't go on his own diatribe, but he clued me in to an Obscenity Ruling by The Onion.

    Archive 2010-05-01 2010

  • “Bryce here has already clued me in about a lot of things.”

    Recipe for Love Shamara Ray 2011


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