CLUE , or CLEw (O . Eng. cluwe), originally a
See also:ball of
See also:thread or wool, the thread of
See also:life, which, according to the
See also:fable, the Fates spin for every man . The ordinary figurative meaning, a piece of evidence leading to
See also:discovery, or a sign pointing to the right track, is derived from the
See also:story of
See also:Theseus, who was guided through the labyrinth by the ball of thread held by
See also:Ariadne .
CLUB (connected with " clump ")
AULUS CLUENTIUS HABITUS
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