queue-jumper

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queue-jumper

[ˈkjuːˌdʒʌmpəʳ] N (Brit) → colón/ona m/f
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Replacing OBEs and CBEs would be a silver medal, where recipients get a tweet from the Queen, a queue-jumper pass to Alton Towers and knickerbocker glory from Mark Toney's.
A STUDENT had his teeth knocked out by an aggressive queue-jumper at a Liverpool city centre McDonald's - who then casually waited for his food, a court heard.
The teller interrupted his transaction, grabbed the ticket and proceeded to deal with our hero, much to the annoyance of the red-faced queue-jumper.
Simon also won a goody bag of CDs of artists performing at the event and queue-jumper passes for the indoor venues.
Readers may recall Alicia Molik being named and shamed as a queue-jumper on Tuesday but I am happy to report that Ms Sequera waited patiently in line for her chicken in tomato sauce yesterday, less than half-an-hour after throwing away a set lead in her match with Yuliana Fedak.
Unlike other systems around the country that have been derided as "BRT Lite," the EmX has all the features that are supposed to make Bus Rapid Transit a viable public alternative to the automobile: sleek electric-diesel hybrid buses, elevated platforms, digital reader boards and "queue-jumper" technology that gives buses head starts at intersections.
QUEUE-JUMPER: Rushhour traffic ground to a halt yesterday after a dramatic accident on a main commuter route into Liverpool.
RUC sources say one possible motive being looked at is that David may have been the victim of an impatient queue-jumper.
For not only will the customer at the head of the queue have good cause to be angry with the queue-jumper, he or she will also have good cause to be angry with the person behind the counter for not keeping tabs on who is next.
They will be given two queue-jumper passes giving them priority access to all of the venues throughout the day.
A frail shopper was killed at a supermarket checkout after being mistaken for a teenage queue-jumper.