Using "cue" in a sentence

With a high average age in the taxi trade of around 58, the break from work was the cue for others to retire.
Source: BBC

Cue Burna Boy inviting Stormzy up from a nearby table to interpret, leading to the trio cracking up and Finney herself losing track of her speech cue cards.
Source: Vogue

It's also a neurolinguistic cue that you want the person to take this next step, and here's precisely the next step.
Source: Entrepreneur

"An unconventional shade for an unconventional time" The Pantone Color Institute was founded two decades after the color company and has been championing colors of the year since cerulean blue in 2000 (cue the iconic Devil Wears Prada monologue).
Source: NPR

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