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The lack of details or clear guideposts about when schools will reopen has frustrated parents and government leaders across the state.
If Vegas can be used as a guidepost, defense will matter — but not exactly in the way you might think.What To Watch For In The College Football National Championship|Richard Johnson|January 11, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
That data will serve as a guidepost for which improvements should and can be made.The Minority Report is providing a playbook for diversity and inclusion in the media industry|Kayleigh Barber|July 20, 2020|Digiday
President Obama has more than once cited the theory of just and unjust wars as the proper guidepost for the use of force abroad.
With a snort of disgust he hurled the deceitful guidepost into the ditch and joined the others.The Onslaught from Rigel|Fletcher Pratt
All language can achieve is to act as a guidepost to the imagination enabling the reader to recreate the author's insight.A Preface to Politics|Walter Lippmann
Peter blazed so that he seemed to tower like a long thin guidepost showing the way to anger.Rose MacLeod|Alice Brown
About half a mile from the town a guidepost and two roads, to Edinburgh and Glasgow; we took the left-hand road, to Glasgow.Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth, Vol. I (of 2)|Dorothy Wordsworth
“Another guidepost to remember,” said Uncle 57 Teddy, and made them jot it down.The Campfire Girls on Ellen's Isle|Hildegard G. Frey