Queues, Bakers'

Queues, Bakers', “long strings of purchasers arranged in tail at the bakers' shop doors in Paris during the Revolution period, so that first come be first served, were the shops once open,” and that came to be a Parisian institution.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Queensland
Queenstown
Quelpart
Quercitron
Querétaro
Quern
Quesnay, François
Quesnel, Pasquier
Quételet, Adolphe
Quetta
Queues, Bakers'
Quevedo y Villegas
Quibéron
Quichuas
Quick, Robert Hebert
Quicksand
Quietism
Quilimane
Quilon
Quimper
Quin, James