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Synonyms for queue

Synonyms for queue

a group of people or things arranged in a row

Synonyms for queue

(information processing) an ordered list of tasks to be performed or messages to be transmitted

a braid of hair at the back of the head

form a queue, form a line, stand in line

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Anna claims that she was upset because of the fact she had waited longer in the queue to purchase the iPhone 6 handsets and Apple did nothing to prevent the people who came later and jumped the queue in front of her.
To escape a USA airport via a hire car results in no fewer than 10 different queues.
A customer could see an open queue of a merchant from 10km away.
As soon as the BSY bit is cleared, the host can issue another queued command to the drive, allowing a queue of commands to be built in the drive.
There were Star Wars fans who had started to queue for the film outside this cinema in New York - three weeks before the screening.
Marketing manager Mike Caddy said: "Sales induce queue rage as consumers fight for bargains.
Travellers passing through an airport will queue for a shuttle bus, queue to undergo baggage check in, queue again for security checks, before queuing for customs/passport checks, and then moving on to the departure lounge.
After placing the packet at the end of the queue in the selected node, the model increments a throughput counter associated with the corresponding outgoing link.
Therefore, process time does not include time spent moving the product, the time it is waiting in queue for machinery to become available or any time not devoted to "hands on" operations.
Global Office Products Company, US Drugstore Chain, and National Off-Price Retailer Invest in Customer Queue Management
AW of Gosforth wrote in an earlier letter that he believed in 'one queue' - an undifferenti-ated queue simply determined by need.
The women drivers, sometimes with their children in queues, face difficulty in absence of a separate queue, she added.
Rated G for Netflix" allows young children to browse different genres in Rated G only, and create their own kid-friendly queue independently from regular Netflix's main queue and app.
And the sight of a lengthy queue - be it overnight outside a department store sale or on a grossly overcrowded train in the hope of securing a seat - is as much a part of British life as Big Ben or cask conditioned beer.
Brian Woodcock, 34, joiner, of Middlesbrough: "I might queue for tickets for a really big football match.