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They fork over their allowance to secure a place in the virtual queue.
Instead of assigning an agent to constantly monitor the chat app, companies are able to feed that information directly to customer service agents, forming a queue alongside tickets from other communication platforms such as texts or phone calls.
Indeed, for many advertisers, 2020 is the year to jump the queue and go early with campaigns.
Meanwhile, the queue worker is constantly checking the queue.
MEET THE BACONATORBY FRANK SHARPEOCTOBER 2, 2020PROPUBLICA
As requests come into the queue, it generates the webpage from the origin and updates the corresponding cache in the data store.
MEET THE BACONATORBY FRANK SHARPEOCTOBER 2, 2020PROPUBLICA
In a long-queued, porcelain Chinese mandarin he distinctly recognised a quaint quatrain in one of Clarke's most marvellous poems.
THE HOUSE OF THE VAMPIREGEORGE SYLVESTER VIERECK
Double-queued: two tails, as No. 181, which is a lion rampant double-queued.
That some of them clubbed and some of them queued their hair, I have already remarked.
THE HISTORICAL CHILDOSCAR CHRISMAN
She then went to a trunk and got a ribbon and queued my hair very nicely.
The white hair is still politely queued, and the close-shaven cheeks glisten with the neat polish of the razor's edge; but, alas!
IN THE VALLEYHAROLD FREDERIC

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pandiculationnoun | [pan-dik-yuh-ley-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION
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