Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of cue.

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Examples

  • Aaron recorded our first practice without cueing, which is starring me of course.

    Thriller

  • Now that we've got 28 discreet products, it's just a matter of kind of cueing everything up and bringing stuff to the different platforms as we can and have the bandwidth for while we're pumping out the new stuff.

    Destructoid

  • That said, without cueing the "Twilight Zone" theme or accepting that sheer, dumb luck is disproportionately important to a player's productivitity, it's difficult to explain Gomez's streakiness.

    Bayern Munich's Feast-Or-Famine Striker

  • The F-22 does not, and will not, have a helmet mounted cueing system, the "look at it and shoot" system currently used on a number of currently operational aircraft and on the F-35.

    McCain backs Obama opposition to funding more F-22 jets

  • We had driven out to the PCC Flea Market only to find a completely different crowd cueing up.

    Mat Gleason: Rose Parade Floats: Street Art by Another Name

  • Lock Tavern, NW1, SunLCTo the ever-diminishing number of guys poncing about in the DJ booth with their Technics, cueing up their vinyl: your days are numbered.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • He began and ended the performance energetically enough, but his movements were seriously constrained for much of the evening: He wasn't cueing and exhorting the players with his usual verve.

    Lee Rosenbaum: Fright Night at the Opera: Met's "Die Walküre" Enthralls, Despite Mishaps

  • Tony explained as Alan swiveled toward the computer and began cueing up some examples of Assignments for us to watch on the big screen.

    Carolyn Ossorio: L'art Pour L'art: Daytrippin' at World Famous

  • The band's second album set the scene, beginning with a song called Dirge, and cueing up a collection littered with guests.

    This week's new live music

  • Ms. Yaukey belted out her solo number, "Shine," deck electrician Peter Donovan gave a spirited lighting demo, which included cueing some fog, and "Billy" Joseph Harrington returned for the grand "Dream Ballet" finale, which included flying above the stage while suspended from a wire.

    Broadway Grows Up

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