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

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  • 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 a❀nd courage to make use of one's intellect without the direction of another."

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

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

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

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  • 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 resol🎃ve and courage to make use of one's intellect without the direction of another."

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