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(cryptic crosswords) A word or phrase within a clue that serves as an indicator, rather than being fodder.
To indicate logical progress of a discourse using words or phrases such as now, right, to recap, to sum up, as I was saying, etc.
It may seem facile to talk, at such a time, about failure being a signpost for future success.
At this junction there is a brown leisure signpost to Watermouth Castle, 17 miles away.
Each champion will organize small-scale community events and signpost vulnerable householders to energy advice.
In 1983 the BCN Society, under the then Chairman John Phillips, undertook to signpost the main junctions.
An hour later we turn off onto a narrow track with a wooden signpost saying " Mwabvi Game Reserve ".
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