Crossword clues for clues
- This list
- This crossword has 76
- This and others
- They can help close a case
- Sleuth material
- Sherlockian finds
- Sherlock Holmes looks for them
- Puzzle listing
- Prints and tracks, maybe
- Prints and threads, to detectives
- Paul Weller song for these answers?
- Parts of a crossword that the constructor works on last
- Parts of a crossword puzzle
- Mystery movie array
- Mystery finds
- Mystery elements
- Leads to an answer
- Leads for sleuths
- Items like this
- Information sought by Hercule Poirot
- Important parts of many a metapuzzle
- Hints for detectives
- Hints (that you're looking at?)
- Footprints, bloodstains, etc
- Fingerprints, maybe
- Fingerprints, at times
- Evidence for Sherlock
- Every crossword has them
- Cruciverbalist's writing
- Cruciverbalist's need
- Crossword solver's need
- Crossword puzzle list
- Crossword necessity
- Crossword necessities
- Christie concoctions
- Aids for Holmes
- 72 things in this puzzle
- "Dinner spread?" and "It covers all of the bases (when it rains)," for two
- And what its characters seek
- Hints for Holmes
- This puzzle has 78
- 30-Across may provide them
- Things pieced together
- Nancy Drew findings
- Detectives' helpers
- Things hidden in treasure hunts
- "Jeopardy!" boardful
- Definitions in puzzles
- Tips for tecs
- Fingerprints, often
- Helpful hints
- What are you looking at?
- Detective's quest
- Investigation aids
- You're reading them
- Bits of evidence
- Evidence left behind
- You're trying to figure them out
- You're looking at them
- Whodunit tidbits
- Whodunit data
- Solving aids
- Puzzle-solving aids
- Part of this puzzles' theme
- Hints for Sherlock
- Fodder for Sherlock
- Detective's detections
- Crossword puzzle part
- Crossword hints
- You're reading a list of them
- Whodunit necessities
- Whodunit finds
- What Paul Weller gives you right now?
- What a crossword has that a sudoku doesn't
- This puzzle's 140, e.g
- This puzzle has many
n. (plural of clue English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: clue)
"Clues" is the 14th episode of the fourth season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, it originally aired on February 11, 1991 in broadcast syndication. The teleplay was written by Bruce D. Arthurs and Joe Menosky from a story by Arthurs and was directed by Les Landau
Set in the 24th century, the series follows the adventures of the crew of the Starfleet starship USS Enterprise-D. While en route to investigate a mysterious planet, the entire crew–with the exception of Lieutenant Commander Data–is rendered unconscious by an apparent wormhole. After they revive, Data explains that they were unconscious for only thirty seconds–but a variety of clues discovered around the ship seem to indicate that he's lying.
Clues is the sixth solo album by Robert Palmer, 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 No. 31 in the UK in 1980. The album also peaked at No. 1 in Sweden, No. 3 in France, No. 15 in the Netherlands and No. 42 in Italy. Donald Guarisco of Allmusic described Clues as "one of Robert Palmer's strongest and most consistent albums", despite being somewhat short at 31 minutes.
Palmer, who played percussion on Talking Heads' Remain in Light, had the favour returned when the band's drummer Chris Frantz played drums on Clues. Andy Fraser, the former bassist of Free and the author of Palmer's first breakthrough single " Every Kinda People", played bass on the album on two songs. New Wave icon Gary Numan co-wrote a song with Palmer (another co-writer appeared on Maybe It's Live) and played keyboards on a remake of his own song "I Dream of Wires". This was first issued on CD in 1985 when Island's catalogue was issued under WEA manufacturing. The WEA pressings are sought-after collector's items.
The video to the first track on the album, "Looking for Clues", aired on MTV's first day of broadcasting, on 1 August 1981.
The album was certified Gold in Germany by BMieV in 1992.
Clues was an indie rock band from Montreal, Canada formed by Alden Penner and Brendan Reed in 2007. The band's only album Clues was released on May 19, 2009 by Constellation Records. The band have been on indefinite hiatus since 2010.
Clues is the self-titled debut album by Clues, and its only album before disbanding in 2010.
Usage examples of "clues".
The mages dismounted and walked slowly up the central street of the village, inspecting the damage and looking for some clues that might tell them who had been responsible for the destruction, and who had prevented the attackers from razing the rest of the town.
Warped enough to plant a piece of evidence, then calmly walk up to a house and strike up a conversation with the woman inside, casually dropping clues into the conversation, then walking away.
Most cases had a feel to them, a rhythm that picked up as things progressed and clues came in and leads were followed and evidence built.
So began Night Sins, with questions such as: What would it be like to be a cop on a case with few clues and much pressure for a resolution?
After a few clues I was almost certain I knew he was using an abandoned warehouse by the river.
The page of clues beside the console had finally disintegrated into a rough pale ash.
Suppose Sebastian had planted him, instructed him to help Vince out with one of the clues, just to show that he was genuine?
He may toy with us, giving us hints and clues in his phrasing or choice of words.
You gave us so many clues here that I could solve the puzzle by logic alone.
Jon sank down to his knees next to his friend, his sharp eyes picking up the clues left on the ground and among low-lying branches of the surrounding trees.
The Captain had been spending almost all his time there since Thomas had come home from the city, seeking clues to the identity of the murderer.
He wasnt here to rob his brother, but to find clues regarding his guiltor perhaps innocencein a most damnable crime.
Hed not thought to examine the vicinity of the Corpse Flower for clues at all.
From clues that baffled Scotland Yard he was almost invariably able to reconstruct the plan of any crime and an image of its perpetrator.
I strolled south on Baker Street I knew the time had come to face up to my decision: I must become a detective, and alone, for there was no Sherlock Holmes to whisper clues into my ear and show me my mistakes.