I think that's my cue to go clean up.
As if on cue, the doorbell rang.
Right on cue we gets this call to pull into a closed down rest area.
Taking a cue from him, she asked Lori if she was hungry.
Then, as if on cue, the phone began to ring.
This isn't his first time here, Dean thought, but they took his exit as their cue to leave.
As if on cue, the sound of a vehicle starting broke the silence.
As if on cue, the flushed cook returned for her plate, and Daniela ordered the brandy and two glasses.
In May the Radicals who followed Mr Bright and Mr Chamberlain, and the Whigs who took their cue from Lord Hartington, decided to vote against the second reading of the Home Rule Bill, instead of allowing it to be taken and then pressing for modifications in committee, and on 7th June the bill was defeated by 343 to 3 1 3, 94 Liberal Unionists - as they were generally called - voting against the government.
Such an advance might have taken its cue directly from Kant himself.
Ully reappeared with a carafe of whiskey and set it down, taking Andre's head nod as a cue to leave.
As if on cue, the crowd began to break up, with cheerful groups moving to various positions around the circle.
As if on cue, an old car with more rust than clear metal chugged to a stop at the dollar store.
(A picture of this subject which long did duty at the Uffizi for Leonardo's work is in all likelihood merely the production of some later artist to whom the descriptions of that work have given the cue.) Lastly, Leonardo is related to have begun work in sculpture about this time by modelling several heads of smiling women and children.
The Freemasons had been largely instrumental in overthrowing Iturbide; they now divided into the Escoceses (lodges of the Scottish ritual), who were Monarchist and Centralist, and the Yorkinos, who took their ritual from New York, and their cue, it was alleged, from the American minister, Joel Poinsett.
Harrigan woke up, as if on cue, smiling broadly at everyone.
Fichte cannot be said to have developed a logic, but this rhythm of thesis, antithesis and synthesis, foreshadowed in part for Fichte in Spinoza's formula, " omnis determinatio est negatio," and significantly in Kant's triadic grouping of his categories, gave a cue to the thought of Hegel.
In indicating specifically, too, the case of conclusion from a copulative major premise with a disjunctive minor, Herbart seems to have suggested the cue for Sigwart's exposition of Bacon's method of exclusions.