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“While Apple will never admit it, I think there are times when they simply forget an item’s in the review queue or they intentionally keep it untouched as a sanction to a developer giving them the wrong attitude,” said Shoji.
This summer, when the majority of tests were being shoved into the PCR queue, turnaround times stretched out, with some people waiting more than two weeks for test results.
That makes it harder to get more people on our team, to get space in the dev queue to make site changes, to get rises and promotions.
While it may have helped get rid of the snaking queues, this steep tax has suppressed the demand for liquor.
Around 550,000 of these people were standing in a queue waiting for an apartment in Stockholm.
You can also bribe someone in charge of allocating available apartments to get the better position in the queue.
As this wes said, Ledingtoun smyleit, and spak secreitlie to the Queue in hir eare; what it wes, the tabill hard nocht.
It is by far the heaviest strand and continues, uninterruptedly, into the queue.
"I don't intend to plait my hair in a queue any more," Hamish declared contemptuously.
THE STORY OF OLD FORT LOUDONCHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK
Denton became aware of his duties, and hurried to join the tail of the queue.
TALES OF SPACE AND TIMEHERBERT GEORGE WELLS

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