Looks like you've lost the keys to the clue-mobile.
I had no clue I'd love it this much. From day one, I fell in love with it, and I gave it my all every time I practiced.
You'd think more people would catch a clue. Some do, but for those who don't, these things always go bad for them.
English attitudes to the respective forms of the game offer a clue as to why England continue to fare so badly at One-day cricket.
The Survey doesn't have a clue how to get this out. I've gone out of my way to give out hundreds of copies. But it's haphazard. Unfortunately, there's no economic incentive to make it available.
I'm amazed at how many, even educated, people don't have a clue of how much they need.
We had no clue. We want parents to do the research, get informed, talk to their kids.
For God's sake, these people have no clue whatsoever about what they are talking about, so let's sit down and discuss this.
I'm only a four-dimensional creature. Haven't got a clue how to visualise infinity. Even Einstein hadn't. I know because I asked him.
I have no clue what the price will be.
I think the interesting thing is parents seem to have no clue about this place.
I object to being characterized the way I have been characterized by people who don't have a clue as to who I am as a human being or who I am as a commander.
Well, you give me too much credit for foresight and planning. I haven't got a clue what the hell I'm doing.
This is one situation in which I would not hazard to guess. I wouldn't have a clue.
Households have taken a clue from the drop-off in the stock market. The economy is weakening but not many of them have seen it in their own lives. Conditions are still fairly good, but there's a heightened awareness that the economy is at risk, and that can make people cautious.
They have no clue what the devastation is down there. My home is gone, my school is trashed ... I couldn't imagine how this could have happened.
He had no clue I wasn't pregnant until a couple of weeks ago.
The market is waiting for a clue from the industrial output data.
Sorry if I disappointed them. I'm from the bottom. I've got no clue what we're going to do.
I haven't the slightest clue as to why I got more than anybody else.
It's a puzzle, and we're all waiting for another clue as to what's really going on. It's a question that has nontrivial implications for people looking at the Minnesota and the national economies.
Last week we went into the game with no clue. We had no film on them from last year. This week we can sit down and know their tendencies. It definitely makes the game easier.
No one has any clue.
I don't have much of a clue what's gotten into me. It's a great feeling but I can't really explain it.
In New York, you couldn't wish for a nicer audience, or in L.A., Chicago, Boston. But when you get into secondary markets, they don't have a clue.