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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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Since its opening in December 2006, a persistent waiting line has formed in front of the first branch at Shinjuku Southern Terrace.
These proposed rule changes are designed to save tax dollars by limiting growth of "entitlement" programs and encouraging development of waiver programs that have funding caps and waiting lines. These major rule changes are not yet final.
On the other hand, the growth has resulted in waiting lines in popular fields such as health sciences, construction and automotive technology.
Well, in Mukilteo, Washington, where riding a ferry across the Puget Sound creates long waiting lines for cars, line jumpers are being put on notice.
But there is good information on the cost of meeting the need, and the $20 million promised is less than 20% of the emergency funding required to end the waiting lines for this fiscal year.
An effort that, like the peeling of potatoes in Jeanne Dielman, the endless waiting lines in D'Est (From the East, 1993) or the deportation of "dirty" immigrants in De I'autre cote (From the Other Side, 2002), is common to her "story" and ours.
It is a good option because it basically eliminates the long waiting lines."
Reports of waiting lines snaking out of the stores were not exaggerations.
Visitors will receive badges by mail before the event in order to ensure a faster process on-site and eliminate long waiting lines. Dedicated catering areas will be doubled.
No matter how much you plan for it, peak periods mean waiting lines for service.
"And there's no waiting lines to get on 1-65 like there are farther north," says Henry Conover, an officer in Amos Investment Corp., the community's developer.