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- n. One who, or that which, queues; a person waiting in line.
"In the old days, you could come along in the morning and still get a Centre Court ticket," said Mark Martin, a veteran queuer.
"You have to run, but I don't because it's dangerous," said Susan Callaghan, a two-week queuer for 37 straight years.
The more people jump the queue, the more the queuer will earn.
As the world's most impatient queuer, I ask him to divulge the secrets to happy waiting.
"I don't know how she was raised," said disgruntled queuer Nick Mendes.
By observing the relative positions of the queuer and cutter, the scientists tried to found out whether the cutter targeted a friend or not, and the length of the time the queuer had waited.