It wasn't hard to spot Aston, driving around in his souped-up Audi, below - that JLS number plate is a dead giveaway
That secret MSM handshake should have been a dead giveaway
that I was accepted into the program, a Republican allowed in like an affirmative action quota.
But the corpse's cold, stiff hand was a dead giveaway
Mustaches on single relatives of either sex are a dead giveaway
If you're walking around with a T-shirt on, it's a dead giveaway
whether you're in great shape or not.
Such behavior is a dead giveaway
that the visible disk of these galaxies lies embedded in a much larger and more massive halo of unseen material.
The 77-year-old actor's hair may have turned a distinguished shade of silver, but the distinctive eyes are a dead giveaway
A dead giveaway
might've been Bela Lugosi's crest of ``Count Dracula'' ring on one finger, and Boris Karloff's ring from ``The Mummy'' on another.
It's different, there's a bit of culture shock I guess when you get away from North Carolina,'' Robinson said, noting that the twang in his accent is a dead giveaway
that he is a Southerner.
Decorated but outed as a weak link - his revulsion toward those rare, juicy steaks the cavalry enjoys is a dead giveaway
- Boyd is assigned to a woebegone mountain outpost in newly conquered California.
Toledo's shellshocked expression was a dead giveaway
This was in lieu of taking notes, which had become a dead giveaway
to an astute waiter that a critic was in house.
They do that instead of using the coupons - a dead giveaway
to others at the checkout lane that they are on public assistance.
But the convention's Halloween atmosphere - complete with tastefully placed coffins, a bloodmobile where guests can part with a pint of plasma, and a bar offering Bloody Marys - is a dead giveaway
that this will be more pleasure than business.