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  • n  the act of changing smoothly from one state or situation to another
  • v  proceed without interruption; in music or talk
    He segued into another discourse

  • As he pours the last of the sake, aggravating the elbow he hurt that morning doing pratfalls for a pretaped Emmy bit, he says he hopes to segue out of acting, with its job .
  • Once the interviewee has expounded on a particular kind of tofu, or their son who's now studying international trade, or the prowess of China's table-tennis team, I segue to the .
  • It boggles the mind that a United States Senator would segue from a threat to the life of the President to a calm discussion about health insurance.
News & Articles

  • Segue 2 is record-setting tiny galaxy held together by dark matter
    Sometimes big things come in small packages, or so the saying goes. Such is the case with Segue 2, the name of a tiny galaxy near our own that is being called the “most lightweight” ever discovered. What’s more, however, is the reality that its relatively small number of stars are bound together with dark Read The Full Story
    June 11, 2013 - SlashGear
  • What this tiny galaxy can tell us about the universe
    Say hi to Segue 2 — the smallest galaxy yet discovered
    June 11, 2013 - The Week via Yahoo! News
  • Segue 2 is record-setting tiny galaxy held together by dark matter
    Sometimes big things come in small packages, or so the saying goes. Such is the case with Segue 2, the name of a tiny galaxy near our own that is being called the “most lightweight” ever discovered. What’s more, however, is the reality that its relatively small number of stars are bound together with dark Read The Full Story
    June 11, 2013 - SlashGear
Quotes

  • Bob Layton in MTV.com
    I think they've come up with a terrific segue to the third film, which I think is going to be fairly powerful,said Layton. "My understanding is that the third film could very well be the 'Demon in a Bottle' story mixed in there with...
  • George Galloway in The Guardian
    ...now he and a friend, the writer Ron McKay, have turned their attention to documenting the life of Springfield, who died in 1999, a project Galloway describes as a "segue rather than a major change".
  • Schwimmer in Sydney Morning Herald
    Any time I got an acting job and I wasn't working on a scene, I would be watching the director and learning,Schwimmer says. "The television directing ended up being a perfect natural segue from the directing I did in college to being able...

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