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queue

Informatics A waiting line for a document Vox populi, UK
A line. See Gender queue.
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Managed Queue enables IT to set broad infrastructure parameters; that is, the minimum/maximum number of virtual machines it requires from the cloud provider.
The people standing in the queue had grown from around 80 to nearly 200.
I would like to praise the Jeddah's Airport Passport Control, Baggage and Custom Operations, particularly the airport officers who arrange the queues and guide the arriving passengers.
RAWALPINDI -- City roads on Tuesday faced worst traffic jams due to long queues of vehicles in front of CNG stations which opened early morning.
The free market democracy was hailed as a success because we did not have to queue for a loaf of bread.
The Qender Mobile Queue app could turn millions of boring minutes waiting in long queues into fun time instead.
However, these queues tend to move quite rapidly and, by publishing an estimated queuing time as opposed to a performance figure, Testa would be able to manage customer perception much better.
Have people forgotten how to wait their turn in a queue these days?
While there is clearly a need to reorder outstanding commands to reduce mechanical overhead and improve input/output (I/O) latencies, to do so goes well beyond simply collecting commands in a queue.
Not being that desperate for a T-shirt, I headed off to the pub (where I still had to queue, to get served).
Those made to hang on for nine minutes are the most likely to suffer from queue rage.