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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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The second criterion considers not only the processing time in the above subsection, but also a trailer's wait time in the trailer waiting line.
If the waiting line being managed is large and diverse, then the "typical customer" will drive the design of the line and the associated wait.
Now consider the enhancement of this system with waiting line segmentation, in which customers are offered an alternative.
Poisson probability distribution--A probability distribution used to describe the random arrival pattern for some waiting lines.
He finishes by grabbing his own layup, sending it to the coach, and going to the end of the waiting line.
In 2001, the duo, former sound engineers Sam Hardaker and Henry Binns, released their debut album Simple Things which received massive worldwide critical and commercial praise and saw mellow signature tracks, Destiny and In the Waiting Line appear in movie soundtracks and television advertisements across the globe.
But it was still odd to see a waiting line snaking onto the sidewalk from each establishment .
Zero 7 release In the Waiting Line, capitalising on their publicity from their debut album Simple Things' nomination for the MMP.
With the weather so hot, we'll have a waiting line.
Or some would say they commute, but with unease, maybe even anxiety, because of the long waiting lines for public transport, or the punishing traffic situation, or the inevitable heat.
This comes as part of a work plan to restructure the branches of NSB to provide funding for microenterprises of women, provide a decent life for them, and improve their standard of living, as well as provide access to pension services via mobile phones to decrease the long waiting lines at branches.