cluey

cluey

(ˈkluːɪ)
adj
informal Austral well-informed and adroit
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They just throw out terms wantonly justified only by their own imagined cluey insights.
If your planner is clear enough to know how the different disciplines work and what they try to achieve and are cluey enough to sit there and go "Right.
Josh Knight is halted by Jake Cluey this time, but he found his way to the Dunlop line three times in the first half.
Ultimately this is a job for parents, and the cluey ones will start very early by setting firm boundaries and model ling healthy use as soon as children start to engage with devices.
What the two series share is a knowingness--as Craig Mathieson described it in The Sydney Morning Herald, Please Like Me is 'cluey'.
One teacher was surprised that at the end of the lesson when a child she described as 'confident and pretty cluey' shared with the class that he believed that the first bag put in the scale would always be the heavier bag.
If one of your Facebook friends see that you have shared the link via your newsfeed, they might believe that you are endorsing the claim that this is a video of Casey Anthony confessing to her lawyer - and click on it themselves," Sophos' senior technology consultant Graham Cluey said in a (http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2011/07/10/leaked-video-of-casey-anthony-confessing-facebook-scam-spreads-quickly/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+nakedsecurity+%28Naked+Security+-+Sophos%29) blog .
All the cluey US spin-men had to do, after consulting a few legal experts, was yield him up to lengthy trial by the UN War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague; let him give big speeches the media would soon tire of; and let him grow very old and sad in jail.But they didn't, and the consequences are dire and daily mounting.