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Standing "in Line" or "on a line"?


Over the years, and to much annoyance, I have heard people refer to stanind in a "queue" i.e. in line as standing "on a line" oir waiting "on a line" Usually it seems that people refer to this activity in this way. Which do you think is correct? Why?

 

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