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waiting line

[′wād·iŋ ‚līn]
(industrial engineering)
A line formed by units waiting for service. Also known as queue.
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Considering the appeal of the Krispy Kreme waiting line, it would not be surprising to find professional queuers in the line to increase the image of a hard-to-get product and make customers want to join the line.
At the operational level, when only one receiving door is available, and several trailers are waiting for unloading, we need to find a way to choose a single trailer from a waiting line.
This is also an easy exercise to do while you are waiting line at the movies or while you wait for the kids' soccer practice to end.
Every treadmill is taken, each elliptical machine is engaged, and without fail, there's a waiting line for a weight machine.
Upon arrival, they noticed the funeral home was packed and a waiting line had formed at the sidewalk enutrance.
In the Waiting Line by Zero 7, My Friend by Groove Armada and Writing To Reach You by Travis.
He's expanded in partnership with Liberty House, where his popular Pineapple Room usually has a waiting line and where his Regional Market is helping to define a new high-end retail store niche.
6-billion budget has no room for the project, and the waiting line for the tobacco money is already long and growing.
Arrival Patterns: The Numbers of Guests Arriving and the Manner in Which They Enter the Waiting Line.
Set in a replica of a Cornish fishing village, the waiting line weaves through a replica lighthouse and oil rig with special effects.
and in Europe, they're standing in a waiting line to book space.
Now there's a waiting line to be certified as organic.