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queue

noun assemblage, chain, file, lineup, order, progression, range, rank, retinue, row of people, sequence, series, single file, string, succession, tier, train
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Smart Queue and Managed Queue are now available as part of ActiveBatch Version 9.
She felt that she wouldn't be able to get in front of the line and since time was running out for her as she wanted to leave the place to study for a law examination, she left the queue more than once to see if someone offers a good deal on the new iPhone 6.
Officers managing the queues, which were well organized, and expediting the immigration process, which all came as pleasantly welcome moves by the airport administration.
CNG stations opened after four day closure and gas-seeking motorists made queues on roads resulting in blockage of traffic throughout the day.
One amusing anecdote from one of the multitude of queues in the USA was being asked by an American (after standing for 15 minutes) what the queue was for, and realising they had literally just followed the herd and stood waiting for something they did not need or want
Qender Mobile Queue will suit small businesses with queues today in Healthcare (doctors, dentists, medical specialists), Beauty Care (hair salons, barbers, skin care clinics), Fast Food (cooked-to-order pizza, fish & chips), and Restaurants (wait-for-table).
John Moore, Brian Myrie and Kevin Finn of Queue Associates UK announced the formation of WPS Consulting LTD.
When a drive receives a command, it needs to know whether to queue or immediately execute the command and which protocol--NCQ, DMA or PIO, for example--to use to process it.
If you're a member of the Press, you just don't have to queue for some things, which would come in extremely handy if you're like me and hate queuing.
According to queue management consultants Qm Group, London women are the most aggressive and Yorkshire men the most placid.
One of the key factors that will ensure that this trend continues to grow is effective queue management at airports--especially within airport retail outlets.
At each time step, each node: (1) evaluates the traffic-generation restrictions and congestion-control status and, if indicated, places a new data packet at the end of its own queue, (2) selects a packet from the front of its queue (if a packet is present), (3) selects the next hop (unless the packet has reached its destination node), and (4) forwards the packet to the end of the queue within the next-hop node.