Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cue.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cue.

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Examples

  • With more colors and resolution, the repertoire could be expanded to include displaying text, translating speech into captions in real time, or offering visual cues from a navigation system.

    Augmented Contact Lenses Cover Your Eye with a Screen of 100s of LEDs | Inhabitat

  • While several readers pointed out (and rightly so) Esquire's long and distinguished record of truly first-rate literary journalism, my point was if you're taking your manhood cues from a magazine then you're probably already a lost cause.

    Reading Your Way to Manhood

  • With some sort of legislative exertion from both sides, it'd be nice to have the largest majority possible to pass Obama Administration -- which, hopefully, takes some cues from the Gingrich-era Clinton Administration -- policy.

    Colin St. John: The Importance of Being Michael Bennet

  • I would find it hard to believe that the Browns haven't seen HBO's fictional melodrama, and that they've not only picked up some cues from the show, but also ascertained from its appeal (and recent news events) that the moment is ripe for some positive plig spin.

    TLC's 'Sister Wives': Frank, entertaining TV about polygamist Browns in Utah

  • Because, when it's not due to a lack of smarts, looking to someone else or to the talking points of a political party for your cues is "a lack of resolve and courage to make use of one's intellect without the direction of another."

    Tom Silva: Kant on the Campaign Trail

  • And with less than a month to Election Day, OFA supporters are taking their cues from the president and stepping up their game, too.

    Jeremy Bird: An Antidote to the 'Enthusiasm Gap': Good Organizing

  • Instead of taking your cues from the writings of a long-dead Prophet, perhaps you should start learning from the rest of Mankind.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • In 2004 a concept Ford Bronco, taking styling cues from the 1966 Bronco truck, made its appearance at auto shows.

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  • Instead of taking your cues from the writings of a long-dead Prophet, perhaps you should start learning from the rest of Mankind.

    Sky News, Choudhary and Sharia Law

  • Because, when it's not due to a lack of smarts, looking to someone else or to the talking points of a political party for your cues is "a lack of resolve and courage to make use of one's intellect without the direction of another."

    Tom Silva: Kant on the Campaign Trail

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