As long as this man has no idea that anyone can have a clue
there is some chance of securing him; but if he had the slightest suspicion, he would change his name, and vanish in an instant among the four million inhabitants of this great city.
She thought, without exactly wording the thought, how strange and godlike was a composer's power, who from the grave could lead through sequences of emotion, which he alone had felt at first, a girl like her who had never heard of his name, and never would have a clue
to his personality.
Del Monte Foods, who conducted the survey, said most Americans admit they are not getting the daily recommendation of fruits and vegetables and "don't have a clue
when it comes to understanding the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans".
I did not have a clue
what I wanted to do as a career, so I joined Three A's Pertemps Training.
ANYBODY who thinks like former VICA Chairman Ben Reznik doesn't have a clue
about what the San Fernando Valley is like today - or doesn't want to face the reality of what has happened in the past 30 or 40 years.