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cue  n.— «For a family of three, frozen (home-prepared) burgers, quickly thawed and popped on to a hot “cue” are a blessing during those sticky dog days of summer.» —“Grilling the chefs on burgers” by Nancy...

cue

cue  n.— «All the checkpoints in the hunt for satisfying ‘cue are here.» —“Barbecue: Smokin’ out Houston’s best” by Michael Spies Houston Chronicle (Texas) July 16, 1987. (source: Double-Tongued...

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cue
 n.— «Barbeque, barbecue, BBQ or just plain ‘cue.» —“Calling all barbecuers: We need your sauce recipes” St. Petersburg Times (Florida) June 6, 1991. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

rabbit

rabbit  n.— «A rabbit, in track and field parlance, is a pacemaker, or the athlete who gets things going in middle and long distance races before paving way for selected runners to take up the cue and post designated times, in most cases...

Narita ED

Narita ED  n.— «Taking a cue from the now-familiar term “Narita divorce,” Aera (7/4) has coined a new expression: “Narita ED.” This is the term it has produced for husbands who lose interest in having sex with their...

zeitgeber

zeitgeber n. a naturally occurring cue, such as light or temperature, which regulates biological rhythms; something which influences or regulates the timing or rhythm of something else. Etymological Note: zeit ‘time’ + geber ‘giver.’ Coined by...

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