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    At the hospital there were two queues. One for gents and the other for ladies.

    At the hospital there were two queues. One for gents and the other for ladies. The gents queue was proceeding faster than ladies's.

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    Re: At the hospital there were two queues. One for gents and the other for ladies.

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    At the hospital there were two queues - one for gents and the other for ladies. The gents' queue was proceeding faster than the ladies'.
    Checked.

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