Lineup may refer to the lining up of prostitutes in a brothel so that when clients enter a brothel, they can choose the prostitute they want. Lineup also refers to a a police procedure in which a witness to the crime is shown a suspect or a picture of the suspect along with several other people (or photos of people) to see if the witness recognizes one of the lineup members as the person who committed the crime

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