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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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People in queue: 1 Time queue & pay: 3mins 47secs All tills open?
The missing bit of information (pun intended) to develop an accurate picture of a ship's connectivity to the DoDIN based on her email queue is the measurement of data transferred to the ship from that queue over a certain time period.
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.
RED is supposed to solve the traditional problems of queue management techniques.
Mobile phone shops in Coventry, Leamington, Nuneaton and Rugby reported queues as technology fans sought to get hold of a new iPhone 4S yesterday.
In the Europe-wide poll, researchers in 24 countries were asked to join queues in businesses and services, including banks, grocery stores, travel ticket offices and fast food outlets.
AQM schemes have the following goals: low buffer occupancy resulting in small queuing delays, low queue length jitter, low packets losses and high link utilization.
For anyone wanting something non-cheese to eat there was another long queue, and ditto the bar.
One recent article by Batabyal (2005) considers the probability that when a queue exceeds a specified length, violence occurs, where the length is stochastically determined, given a capacity parameter of the supplier's ability to provide the good being sought.