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queue
used in Me Before You

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Definition
a line of people waiting for something; or anything (such as computer tasks) that are lined up to be handled in order
  • We sat, listening to it tick its way down, the dull murmur of the cars queuing along the road beside us.
    p. 237.9
  • There were no queues to enter the racecourse, which was, admittedly, a little less grand than I had expected, and the car park was clearly marked.
    p. 158.1
  • Beyond it lay the town, the neon signs and queues of traffic, the bustle that marked the rush hour.
    p. 268.7
  • I had been off on Friday—in part because the Traynors insisted I was owed a day off, but mostly because there was no way I could get a passport other than by heading to London on the train and queuing up at Petty France.
    p. 330.3
  • I stared at the passport that I had queued to collect, remembering my mounting sense of excitement even as I sat on the train heading into the city, and for the first time since I had embarked upon my plan, I felt properly despondent.
    p. 336.6
  • I had felt the faintly sick sensation expanding inside me even as we wheeled Will through passport control, fast-tracked by some well-meaning official even as I prayed that we would be forced to wait, stuck in a queue that lasted hours, preferably days.
    p. 368.8
  • We queue-jumped, sped up the inside lane, broke the speed limit, and scanned the radio for the traffic reports, and finally the airport came into view.
    p. 392.5

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