People were queuing to dish the dirt on Dumbledore anyway.
They passed through the gates and into a smaller hall, where queues were forming in front of twenty golden grilles housing as many lifts.
"Wotcher," said a familiar voice as he came out of the marquee again and found Tonks and Lupin at the front of the queue.
The Marquee was nearly full now and for the first time there was no queue outside.
A pair of witches broke away from the queue for the lift and bus-tled off.
Prefects were shouting instructions, trying to keep track of the students in their own houses, there was much pushing and shouting; Harry saw Zacharias Smith bowling over first years to get to the front of the queue, here and there younger students were in tears, while older ones called desperately for friends or siblings.
There are no more uses of "queue" in the book.
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"There’s usually a queue on weekdays.
Gayle Forman -- Where She Went
In the event that she was stumped, she could bounce the query to his own queue, and he’d take it.