There is a great language divide even across English speaking countries. A sidewalk is a pavement, coriander is cilantro, a car trunk is a boot. In the US, a queue is a letter of the alphabet, the moment when you're supposed to say or do something, or an object used in a game of pool. At least it was until recently. It looks like Americans have gotten in the queue, too. From your Netflix movie queue to news publications such as the New York Times, you may not be lining up much longer.