- v. present participle of queue.
“It is true that there are some annoying cases of delay-what the Canadians quaintly call "queuing" - which is a problem that Americans simply won't tolerate, and for which there is a logical market solution.”
“The secret of reducing all this to an intelligible model is something called queuing theory, an area of applied mathematics that developed decades ago as a way of thinking about the telephone network, but which only recently has been developed for thinking about computers by—surprise!”
“Sometimes the queuing was all around the court house ... sometimes four or five hundred people trying to get in ... all the Communist sympathizers.”
“The only alternative to queuing is to buy at three times the new price from touts selling from jerry cans.”
“The queuing was the main thing, because I needed a wee quite badly," said Robin, 31, from London.”
“Built In ACD Intelligent Call Queuing Intelligent call queuing routing for your customers Sales, Customer Service, Billing, Help Desk Three separate queues with TCL script based auto - attendant Each queue can support up to 20 phone agents pre - defined ”
“Intelligent call queuing would permit an "occupied" employee to either put a caller into a queue for answering when available or transfer a caller to another employee with the skills to handle the call”
“The company winning this business category, Gradwell, has provided the best all-round voice service for the UK business community: the company provides a good selection of business features within its service, including the availability of multiple telephone numbers, and call queuing - and full support for remote workers, he added.”
“Qtrax -- whose name stems from the idea of queuing up music tracks -- does have many songs in its growing catalog, and they download rapidly.”
“Phones Review did say that they would like a handset for themselves, they said that they did not like the idea of queuing up outside the store, how lazy is that.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘queuing’.
This oughta be a short list, eh?
An obnoxious and ridiculous madlib list where verbish '-ing' words fill in the blank wherein the blank is a call for a beating.
"You're ________in' for a brus...
"Qu..." seems to produce some extraordinarily euphonious words.
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