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It is literally on the infotainment screen, which is the clue that this is no ordinary volume knob.
In most cases, flattened vegetation and scattered hairs provided the team with clues of where the wolf had waited.
When Timmerman wanted to restock a set of teaspoons, she hadn’t a clue as to manufacturer or pattern name, and the spoons had no discernible markings.
Those levels indicate where in the brain nerve cells are active, thus giving clues about mental processes.
Hedge funds have started to build algorithms or hire outside firms that specialize in scanning conversations on Reddit and Twitter for clues about what retail traders are thinking.
He glances at the defensive linemen to see whether they will offer any clues about who might be blitzing behind them.
Today’s scientists continue to poke and prod at general relativity to find clues to what they might be missing.
So often we have no clue what’s really going on with these mostly-grown creatures of ours.
Studying the mitochondrial genomes of other animals could offer clues to the inner workings of human disease, the researchers say.
Before then, the show doles out only sporadic clues and easter eggs, like a bright red helicopter with a symbol that will be familiar to those who have read the Marvel comics.

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