A long, straight, tapering wooden rod for striking the ball in pool, billiards, snooker, etc
an actor's line that immediately precedes and serves as a reminder for some action or speech
prompt: assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned
clue: evidence that helps to solve a problem
discriminative stimulus: a stimulus that provides information about what to do
sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiards
A cue sheet, or cue file, is a metadata file which describes how the tracks of a CD or DVD are laid out. Cue sheets are stored as plain text files and commonly have a ".cue" filename extension. ...
Cue is a Swedish pop duo group made up of musician Anders Melander and Niklas Hjulström. They have topped the Swedish Singles Chart with "Burnin'".
Cue TV is a regional television station in New Zealand which started in October 1996 as Mercury Television. ...
A theatrical cue is the for an action to be carried out at a specific time. It is generally associated with theatre and the film industry. They can be necessary for a lighting change or effect, a sound effect, or some sort of stage or set movement/change.
An action or event that is a signal for somebody to do something; The name of the Latin script letter Q/q; The act of giving someone a cue signal
(cuing) Common misspelling of cueing
(Cues) Both verbal and non-verbal prompts, instructions and gestures that assist persons in their daily living.
(Cues) A cue is a signal or prompt for action that is to be carried out during a performance – this may be an entrance or exit onto stage by a dancer, or a change in lighting or scenery. ...
(Cues) An environmental entity (advertisement, sign, store display, etc) which results in a specific response to satisfy a drive. See Learning.
(Cues) Another name for aids. Signals by which the rider communicates his wishes to the horse.
(Cues) Formerly neutral stimuli that acquire the ability to elicit drug-craving through classical condition. Cues are also called triggers.
(Cues) Information that provides clues to another's subjective structures, i.e. eye accessing cues, predicates, breathing, body posture, gestures, voice tone and tonality, etc.
(Cues) The alternative responses to questions that increase or decrease in intensity in an ordered fashion. The interviewee is asked to select one answer to the question.
(Cues) Used by players to signal to one another the best time to pass.
(Cues) are what programmers use to play sounds. (Sometimes playing a cue is called triggering a cue.) Cues are typically played when certain game events, such as footsteps or gunshots, occur. ...
(Cues) sources of information used by readers or listeners to construct meaning.
or social cues. Expressions of a group that identify the group and can be seen by Others. The Others associate a person with the social group when recognizing the cues. If wearing party hats is a big thing in your group culture, the party hat becomes a social cue.
(Cuing) A term referring to when a DJ listens to a track through headphones while playing another through the sound system.
(cuing) Directions the caller sometimes gives after a call that he or she thinks some dancers may have trouble with, giving the definition of the call ("Right and Left Thru--Right Pull By, then a Courtesy Turn") or filling in who does what, given your current formation ("Flutterwheel--Men are in ...
A signal to execute a dance figure. See Call and Voice cue.