|jonottaa englanniksi||queue fi|
*: HESSE: Az., a lion, queue fourchée, rampt., barry of ten, arg. and gu., crowned, or, and holding in his dexter paw a sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, gold.
*: ..., there were seated astraddle the whole hundred of the baronets musqueteers, each engaged in plaiting into a queue the hair of the man who sat in front of him.
*: A large number of loyal officials, rather than shave the front part of the head and wear the Manchu queue, voluntarily shaved the whole head,...
*: Caparisoned for a week in purple velvet knee-length pantaloons, a red silk jacket with buckles of shiny brass, and a white goats-hair wig which culminated behind in a saucy queue, I must have presented an exotic sight [...].
*: I was absent-minded at the moment and was last in the queue.
*: Queue implementations are commonly based on insertion order as in first-in, first-out (FIFO) queues or last-in, first-out queues (LIFO queues are also known as stacks).
*: Though Monroe the man has become a vague anachronistic figure in knee breeches and with queued, powdered hair, his name is perpetuated in the Monroe Doctrine, evoked by him as a temporary response to an immediate crisis.
*: The sons, in short square skirted coats with rows of stupendous brass buttons, and their hair generally queued in the fashion of the times, especially if they could procure an eel skin for the purpose, it being esteemed throughout the country as potent nourisher and strengthener of the hair.