first-come-first-served

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first-come-first-served (not comparable)

  1. Describing a process of dealing with people using the principle "first come, first served".
    Effective March 30, 2006, the State of Virginia no longer follows their “first come, first served” policy regarding allocation of multiple child support orders.[1]

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