Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of queue.

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Examples

  • Personally, I do not think queueing is as important as all that, though obviously, it is quite useful.

    Wanted: set of British values

  • Which would be more effective, telling children that queueing is an example of a core British value - politeness, or just encouraging them to queue when at school?

    Wanted: set of British values

  • I suppose they could guarantee a much lower sustained transfer rate, but that would require endpoint-based weighted fair queueing which isn’t network neutral ....

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The FCC and the Internet:

  • I suppose they could guarantee a much lower sustained transfer rate, but that would require endpoint-based weighted fair queueing which isn’t network neutral....

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The FCC and the Internet:

  • Why are grandees queueing to prove they are no Tory yes-men?

    Michael White's diary

  • And while we admire the commitment of volunteers who give up their time to help some of society's most vulnerable, we also have a duty to the many residents in Westminster Cathedral Piazza who have to put up with the disruption of having 100 people queueing for food handouts throughout the week, which often leads to violence and disorder.

    Letter: Indoor soup runs in Westminster

  • The top 10 are: talking about the weather, great at queueing, sarcasm, watching soaps, getting drunk, a love of bargains, a love of curtain twitching, stiff upper lip, love of all television and moaning.

    Weblogs

  • Changing ports isnt going to make any difference either unless for some reason somebody upstream is throttling or otherwise slow queueing your traffic over those specific ports, and the TCP/IP setting to which you refer only apply to the browser.

    The Ugly Truth About Broadband: Upload Speeds

  • "There was never any problem getting artists," he recalled, "you just had to ask them, they were queueing up to exhibit with us."

    Picasso, Cocteau and Chagall paintings to be exhibited at Lightbox in Woking

  • Michael Debets / Demotix Two man queueing at an ATM outside a branch of the Emporiki Bank, part of French bank Crédit Agricole.

    French Banks Warned on Their Greek Debt

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  • to line up in a queue. "He used queueing theory models to simulate computer performance."

    Is there another work in the English language that has five consecutive vowels?

    June 17, 2009