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- On that cue, the real Johnny Carson emerged from behind the curtain, an appearance which prompted a standing ovation from the audience.
- The cue is the prompt that tells the Matrix what information you need to remote view.
- As if on cue, the thin ripples parted close to the ship and a mighty whale erupted from the molten ocean.
- Right on cue, the door burst open, and Lucius Malfoy stood framed in the doorway.
- This heat cue is not specific to fire, and soil heating on exposed sites, created by disturbances other than fire, can also induce germination.
- Cage took the misunderstanding as a cue to cut out expression and communication from his music. He found his "better reason" in Eastern philosophy.
- Most of the Jewish refugees take their cue from the Israeli government, which has traditionally downplayed the issue.
- While Giovanni Battista Piazzetta looked toward Crespi for the basis of his expressive Tenebrist style, Sebastiano Ricci took his cue from Giordano.
- Taking a cue from the awkwardly ecstatic dances of E users, Dre introduced a new dance step that equally mocked and celebrated its participants.
- Sales personnel trained to read body language can now utilize this skill to read the subliminal cue exhibited by the customers to close a deal.
- Supported formats are: wav, mp3, mpc, ogg, aac, mp4, ape, flac, ofr, wv, tta, m3u, pls and fpl playlists and cue sheets.
- After research, I believe that "cue sports" is advocacy by a particular group, and therefore fails NPOV. I now strongly oppose on that basis.
- Finally, right on cue, a second Sting made his way to the ring, this time supporting Flair, Luger and Anderson.
- Zeitgeber: An environmental agent or event that provides the cue for setting or resetting a biological clock.
- Taking a cue from the Supreme Court, this court would more wisely take a functional approach to setting a standard of review for claim construction.
- Sphere, beat, capacity, career, cue, department, field, function, line, lookout, orb, part, province, race, role, round, routine, walk, walk of life.
- A shot aimed such that the center of the cue ball is in line with the edge of the object ball, eclipsing half of the ball.
- Cells in the body take their "cue" from thyroxine.
- Data bars may be depicted within cells and can provide a visual cue for users, indicating larger and smaller values in the range.
- These results indicate that infants can covertly learn to associate the cue with the event based on their temporal relations during sleep.
- Sensitivity of each participant to the ramp length cue was assessed using a same-different discrimination task.
- The cue given by the dolphins is reliable; few fishermen waste their time casting until instructed to do so by the dolphins' actions.
- The player uses a ship, called an "impactor," to maneuver a cue ball through 3D space by firing small balls at it.
- Taking a cue from Chyna (right down to the ring apparel), the Kat will never be forced into the background again.
- Correspondence on the various scores for the film, by Clifford McCarty, in Cue Sheet (Hollywood), vol.
- After the composer is finished composing the cue, this sketch score is delivered to the orchestrator either as hand written or computer generated.
- If a composer writes a large action cue, and no woodwinds are used, oftentimes the orchestrator will add woodwinds by doubling the brass music up an octave.
- Taking a cue from Elvis and the Jordanaires, Owen Bradley lined up a vocal group for two tracks: "Butterfingers" and "If You Want It Enough".
- The rest of the band picked up the cue and began breaking down our equipment "the hard way", knocking it all over piece by piece.
- See specific game rules for putting the cue ball in play after a jumped cue Billiards Training Books - Play Your Best Nine Ball - Phil.
- Once the process begins, even if that cue is removed the stem will continue to develop a flower.
- I am personally in the process of trying to create a subject-specific notability guideline, WP:CUENOT, for cue sports, that does not have such a conflict.
- When dormancy is considered in this way, any environmental cue that alters the conditions required for germination is by definition altering dormancy.
- Blur the Background Take a cue from the sports photographers, and blur the background by decreasing the camera's depth of field.
- A nonspecific SIGINT sensor can cue a Frequency Domain MASINT sensor that can help identify the purpose of the signal.
- An ELINT sensor may find a radar, and then cue (i.e., guide) a COMINT sensor for listening in on the talk between the radar and its remote users.
- The step-by-step instructions on how to dance this choreography are written out in what is called a cue sheet.
- The conductor then gives a cue at number 8 (and indicates the tempo of the following section) for two oboes and the cor anglais.
- We have a Stock market that may as well take its cue from the atmospheric conditions on Pluto.
- The security forces, taking a cue from Brahmin ideology, decided to remove all restrictions on its men to fight the Sikh Movement.
- Primo used the cue "007" from the film From Russia with Love as the theme.
- A New Russian " is a movie that takes its cue from a great number of classic films to tell the true story of the richest man in Russia.
- That, then, would be the cue to retire for Lamoriello, who very deservedly and quite belatedly enters the Hockey Hall of Fame as a builder here tonight.
- Palls Bar near East Croydon is packed with women any night but gets overcrowded and too hot and the bouncers form a cue outside even when theres no need.
- The Collaborative Ukraine Experiment (CUE) is a middeck payload designed to study the effects of microgravity on plant growth.
- Snooker balls are also smaller than American-style pool balls, and come in sets of 22 (15 reds, 6 " colours ", and a cue ball).
- On the contrary, they cue one another on a single stage whose backdrop is a small city.
- A player wins a frame of snooker by scoring the most points, through using the cue ball to pot all the red and coloured balls.
- The British Wikipedians in particular have been rather forceful about the issue that, to them, "billiards" as a term does not mean "all of the cue sports".
- Taking their cue from the British, in 1952 Raymond Lambert and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay turned back just 200 meters short of the summit.
- Rossi took this as his cue for action.
- Players move Mario with the Control Stick and shake the Wii Remote to perform a spin move or cue stars that launch him to and from planetary objects.
- Usable by GMs or players, the cue card provide "notes" on things.
- How to play The White Ball: For every variation of Snooker games the white ball is the ball which the cue has to hit.
- To do this, I need to know not only how far back the cue ball is drawn, but also where the cue ball is hit with respect to its center of mass.
- Hit the white ball with your pool cue and sink all the bomb balls into the pockets.
- Cue sports notability — Proposed guideline on notability with regard to cue sports (billiards, pool, snooker) games, including bios, games, companies, etc.
- Billiards is a family of games played on a table with a stick, known as a cue stick, which is used to strike balls, moving them around the table.
- Grohl's not even close to Josh Freese either(go ahead and cue up NIN's With Teeth for the Pepsi challenge).
- Taking cue from the above statement, let us now go through methods adopting which we can whiten our teeth without fear.
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