Definition of Queuers

1. Noun. (plural of queuer) ¹



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Definition of Queuers

1. queuer [n] - See also: queuer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Queuers

quetzalcoatlus
quetzalcoatluses
quetzales
quetzals
queuable
queue
queue-jumper
queue up
queueable
queued
queueing
queueing theory
queueings
queueless
queuer
queuers
queues
queuine
queuine tRNA-ribosyltransferase
queuing
queuings
quey
queyn
queynie
queynies
queyns
queys
quezal
quezales
quezals

Literary usage of Queuers

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1. Democracy South Africa: Evaluating the 1999 Election by Yvonne G. Muthien (1999)
"About half of these fieldworkers mentioned some aspect of the queue such as its length, the impatience of queuers, queue jumping and resentment at elderly ..."

2. Adventure Guide Sweden by Elisabet Olesen (2005)
"The orderly and disciplined Swedes are excellent queuers, standing in lines at bus stops, theaters, nightclubs, etc. At many institutions like pharmacies, ..."

3. A Short History of French Literature by Leon Emile Kastner, Henry Gibson Atkins (1907)
"... queuers. He is one of the most famous representatives of the esprit gaulois; he looks back to Villon and forward to La Fontaine. ..."

4. The Effects of the Egyptian Food Ration and Subsidy System on Income by Harold Alderman, Joachim Von Braun (1984)
"The estimates provide no statistical evidence that the poor were ardent queuers. There is some evidence that they were actually less likely to queue. ..."

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