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wait

1. Rare a band of musicians who go around the streets, esp at Christmas, singing and playing carols
2. an interlude or interval between two acts or scenes in a play, etc.

What does it mean when you dream about waiting?

Waiting can be a straightforward representation of some situation we are waiting for in our waking life. It also might be an allusion to an idiom, such as “waiting in the wings,” “wait and see,” or “waiting for the other shoe to drop.”

wait

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(control systems)
Cessation of motion of a robot manipulator, under computer control, until further notice.
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Figures released yesterday reveal that the Assembly Government missed its target of a maximum 12-month wait for inpatients by just over 100.
We need to accept that waiting plays a part of our daily lives, so we need to wait for God's perfect time, for the right place with the right person to avoid getting hurt over and over again.
The draft 2017/18 Ministerial target for diagnostic waiting times states that, by March 2018, 75% of patients should wait no longer than nine weeks for a diagnostic test, with no patient waiting longer than 26 weeks.
People feel, rightly or wrongly, that if they moan about waiting times they might have to wait longer.
But overall waits are still too long and the very steep increase in the number of patients waiting longer than a year for treatment is very worrying.
As I wait for the green grandeur of luna moth, wings once apprehended then gone out of sight, I will wait for you.
Burris, represented by attorney Jeremy Hutchinson, claimed in a complaint filed in June that Wait "negligently and unreasonably altered his property" and that caused damage to Burris' property.
Shadow Minister for Health, Darren Millar AM, said: "These waits lay bare the true scale of the cash crisis in the Welsh NHS.
NSW/ACT chief executive Andrew McKinnon said the wait for an appointment with an ophthalmologist was compounded by the further wait of one to two years for elective surgery.
Official figures have revealed that 7000 people had to wait more than four hours from arrival to admission, discharge or transfer between December 23 and January 6, while 291 waited more than 12 hours.
In purchase situations, customers often need to wait for products and services.
Zechariah waits as does Elizabeth; Anna and Simeon wait and see the answer to all their waiting in the child whom Mary and Joseph present in the temple.