A piece of evidence or information used in the detection of a crime or solving of a mystery
police officers are still searching for clues
A fact or idea that serves as a guide or aid in a task or problem
archaeological evidence can give clues about the past
A verbal formula giving an indication as to what is to be inserted in a particular space in a crossword or other puzzle
hint: a slight indication
roll into a ball
evidence that helps to solve a problem
Clue (Cluedo outside the US) is a game released in 1992 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis based on the popular board game of the same name.
Cluedo (Clue in North America) is a deduction board game originally published by Waddingtons in Leeds, United Kingdom in 1949. It was devised by Anthony E. Pratt, a solicitor's clerk from Birmingham, England. ...
The Clue series is a series of 18 books based on the board game Clue.
Clue is an upcoming television series based on the board game of the same name. On August 6, 2010, The Hub announced that an original half-hour program based on Clue would premiere with the US network's launch on October 10, 2010. ...
Clue (known as Cluedo outside of North America) is a computer game based on the board game of the same name. Its formal name is Clue: Murder at Boddy Mansion or Cluedo: Murder at Blackwell Grange. It runs on Microsoft Windows. It was developed in 1998 for Hasbro Interactive by EAI. ...
The Clue! (known as Der Clou! in Austria) is a remake of the 1986 game They Stole a Million. It would form a two game series, with a sequel following in 2001, under the guise of The Sting! or Der Clou 2!.
(Clues (album)) Clues is Robert Palmer's sixth solo album, released in 1980. It has a rockier, new wave edge compared to his previous releases. The album peaked at number 59 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart and #31 in the UK in 1980. ...
A strand of yarn etc. as used to guide one through a labyrinth; something which points the way, a guide; Information which may lead one to a certain point or conclusion; An object or a kind of indication which may be used as evidence; To provide with a clue (often used with "in" or "up"); To ...
(Clues) Each FST has 6 clues. Clues are specific actions that an officer looks for in each test. If an officer observes two clues in a field sobriety test, then the driver is to have considered to have failed that test.
(clew): The lower corner of a square sail, or aft corner of a fore-and-aft sail.
A question or hint that the solver uses to work out the Answer. It usually consists of the number of the Light, followed by the text of the clue, then the Enumeration. Clues commonly consist of just a Definition or are Cryptic.
In 1981, Alan Ayckbourn was approached by Polygram to write a film-script based on the popular board game Cluedo (Clue in the USA). Despite showing initial interest in creating a stage-play that could then be adapted into a screenplay, the plans fell through later that year. ...
Teacher says, I am thinking of a word that _____. Use beginning sounds, descriptions, definitions, synonyms or antonyms as clues to reinforce language art lessons.
A Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange report which offers the claim history of an existing home.
a description provided to lead the solver to an answer in cryptic or humorous puzzles; a camouflaged definition
Something that appears to give information toward solving the crime.
A cell which is filled in by the puzzle designer, sometimes referred to as a ‘given’.
n. navigational rally route instruction, as in ``I haven't got a clue what this means''
a clue is information players usually receive as a SMS. The players are informed of a location or direction to follow and a question to solve.
Any Puzzle you need to solve to move toward the finish of a Puzzle Adventure.
(noun): something that helps a person find something, understand something, or solve a mystery or puzzle
Abbreviation for Comprehensive Loss Underwiritng Exchange. A report that provides information from a claim history database. The report contains information on claims and the individual that filed the claims. The report also contains information about the vehicles.