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Queue
 n.— «On top of their community involvement and volunteer work, Omega Psi Phi brothers, or “Queues” as they’re called on campus, are known around Ole Miss for their gold boots and lively parties.» —“‘Qs’ initiate first line since anniversary” by Hannah Donegan in University of Mississippie Daily Mississippian (University, Miss.) May 5, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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