Prepositions after "queue"

queue for, at, in, on or up?

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In 62% of cases queue for is used

We still had to queue for about 30 mins.

People are even queueing for free food in Spain, now.

We queued for an hour with about 100 or so other people.

Everyone that stayed the course got what they queued for.

Dishonoured looked interesting, but not so interesting to queue for.

People of God don't queue for favour from men and women of the world.

There was a massive queue for the bus but this was for the blue route.

Given that I was on leave, I volunteered to head over early to queue for a table.

Then getting to work with Mary Love whose recordings I had queued for was just brilliant.

Twitter would never ask you to spend Saturday wiping a child's bum, then queueing for the municipal tip.

In 10% of cases queue at is used

Datagrams destined for a port are queued at the port until some process reads them, and each service has its own mailbox.

Polling stations began to close at 19:00 (18:00 GMT) but people still queuing at that time were being allowed to stay and cast their vote, AFP said.

In 9% of cases queue in is used

Unfortunately, there may be thousands of bytes of data already queued in the connection between the remote process and the local terminal.

The real problem is people who only check their email every few weeks, have ten different email addresses, or have thousands of messages queued in their in-box for storage.

In 4% of cases queue on is used

That is if you can actually get them to not queue on the cycle lane.

The media noted the positive response from fans of the device, with thousands of people queued on the first day of sale in a number of these countries.

In 4% of cases queue up is used

This has been realized all over the world and many of the people all over the world are queuing up to Bangladesh.

Love it or hate it, the new Cottingham Costa is now open for business, and from the look of things, seems to have no shortage of customers queuing up to hand over their money.

In 1% of cases queue around is used

Admittedly, most of us manage to buy shoes and sneakers without queuing around the corner, but for ' sneaker heads ' all over the world this is part of the game.

In 1% of cases queue from is used

Fans queued from early in the morning.

In 1% of cases queue outside is used

Observers were stunned when around 200,000 people queued outside Milan's cathedral to pay their tribute to the remains of the deceased cardinal last weekend.

In 1% of cases queue under is used

The Releasing Print Jobs popup window displays the jobs submitted and date queued under your Onyen.

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