They come through on our end in a queue, and we'll approve one-by-one so Ogi/Sai/Jess have the time to answer them.
Like Sweet, Menlow sees that as great news for the bigger boy companies waiting in queue behind LinkedIn.
Of course, it could take some time, given that Syria has pushed a lot of things to the back of the queue.
The queue forms around the block for people who want to advance a "moral case for capitalism."
At the beginning of this year, the queue in Embassy/Baghdad was roughly 2,000 cases (meaning upwards of 4-5,000 individuals).
It is braided, and either wound round the head turban-like, or twisted into a top-knot; some tie it in a queue behind.
To buy my turn in the queue when the meat is being distributed.
The queue is continued from the lowest lock immediately behind the second front-lock.
It is required, however, that they should take their places in the queue.
The air was full of powder shaken from wig, queue, and head-dress; spurs clinked, stiff gown skirts rustled.
late 15c., "band attached to a letter with seals dangling on the free end," from French queue "a tail," from Old French cue, coe "tail" (12c., also "penis"), from Latin coda (dialectal variant or alternative form of cauda) "tail," of unknown origin. Also in literal use in 16c. English, "tail of a beast," especially in heraldry. The Middle English metaphoric extension to "line of dancers" (c.1500) led to extended sense of "line of people, etc." (1837). Also used 18c. in sense of "braid of hair hanging down behind" (first attested 1748).
A first-in first-out data structure used to sequence objects. Objects are added to the tail of the queue ("enqueued") and taken off the head ("dequeued").
For example, an operating system might use a queue to serialise concurrent demands for a resource such as a printer, processor or communications channel. Users might place files on a print queue and a background process or "demon" would take them off and print them. Another common use is to pass data between an interrupt handler and a user process.