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  • v. Common misspelling of segue.


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  • When this happens, the temptation is to attempt a similar heroic segueway to get your readers where you want them to be.

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  • Now, since I knew in advance I would do that, I was able to pull you back to the original train of thought with a segueway.

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  • To tell the truth, this darkness and seediness contributed to a segueway from regular, everyday life to the surreality of Redmoon's Winter Pagent.

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  • Perfect segueway into our "30-Second Pitch," and that's coming up right after the break.

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  • Speaking of malls and fashion how's that for a segueway?

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  • Legendary sports stars, like Jack Nicklaus, will always go out on a high, even if he kept playing to 100 and shot the same score. (which he would never do BTW he had a great last final round at the British Open) On a segueway ...

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  • (Jeff Jarvis joke) So, bad segueway to NickStarr's Flickrlicio. us which is back up, without ads.

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  • Not sure of a good segueway from diapers to food, so I'm not even going to pretend that there is one.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • The segueway from Lee's set to Casey opening "It's My Life," was so short it surprised me.


  • I thought it was pronounced seg and one day I started wondering why I never saw it spelled out proprerly, as segueway.

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