queuer

queuer

(ˈkjuːə)
n
a person who waits in a queue
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So while you're dreaming of bargains, your very own personal queuer will be braving the cold conditions overnight at the front of your chosen Middlesbrough store or shopping centre queue.
Eventually I reached the machine, intending to withdraw PS10, but Friendly Terry The Inept Queuer had taken the last one, which meant I had to withdraw a PS20 note.
While you can't save a File Queuer action, you can easily requeue a file in the Xpress Manager by right-clicking the log entry and choosing Re-Queue.
Customers who are not willing or unable to wait can also rent a queuer who will stand in line and purchase the desired product for them.
If money price equals zero, the marginal queuer will be the individual for whom the marginal utility of time spent queuing will equal the marginal utility of care to be received.
Over-excited by adverts promising discounted electrical goods, latecomers decided to push and shove, and as any proper queuer knows, this just isn't on.
A queuer said: "Ulrika wandered past the queue a couple of times, with a face like thunder.
I couldn't miss the collection, she is a fashion icon," said fellow queuer Kimberley Larry, of Normanby.
In these families you may hear phrases such as: "I never went to school and it never did me any harm, " from parents who count their occupation as resident dole queuer.
Veteran Budget Travel queuer Christine Howe was keeping her fifth vigil outside the shop.
Instead I strike up conversation with a queuer with a large bag of Liquorice Allsorts - hunger is also kicking in.
Rochdale student Martin Harrison spent ten hours at a Manchester branch and earned the title "longest queuer at an HMV store".