Some pointers for the Princeton kid and others who deny that racial bias exists in America today.
I gave him some pointers and examples of grant proposals that I thought could be useful.
But hey, at this point maybe Obama ought to ask for pointers from Vice President Joe Biden.
In which case, maybe you should take some pointers from economist Daniel Hamermesh, who has been happily married for decades.
The eyes are about five degrees apart—the same as the pointers.
Heretofore, Khalid and Shakib have been inseparable as the pointers.
He may at times get thereby new ideas or pointers that may be applicable in his own library.
The Great Bear is also to be remembered as the pointers for another reason.
It is remarkable for its well-known seven stars, by two of which, called the pointers, the pole-star is always readily found.
Get someone who knows something about it to give you pointers on running.
mid-14c., "a tiler" (early 13c. as a surname), agent noun from point (v.). From c.1500 as "maker of needlepoint lace." From 1570s as "thing that points;" meaning "dog that stands rigid in the presence of game, facing the quarry" is recorded from 1717. Meaning "item of advice" first recorded 1883.
An item of advice or instruction: She gave me a few pointers about how to say it (1883+)