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queue

Informatics A waiting line for a document Vox populi, UK
A line. See Gender queue.
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People in queue: 4 Time queue & pay: 2 minutes All tills open?
Secondly, this study evaluated the performance of VoIP traffic in WMN in terms of queuing delay and queue length under correlated arrivals using MMPP/G/m queue system.
For example, an email coming from a ship receiving IP services from IORNOC bound for the Neptune (receiving services from ECRNOC) would queue on IORNOC's email server instead of the ECRNOC's.
One particular morning I had joined the tail-end of the queue to await the float's arrival, which was always greeted with a loud cheer.
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.
When the actual queue size reaches a predefined threshold, ERD picks a random packet from the queue for drop.
James Ricardo, of Duggins Lane, Tile Hill was number 57 in the queue and had been waiting in line since 8am.
All contestants have an equivalent of the get-out-of-jail-free card that allows them to queue jump and buy goods under the counter.