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Taker

Slang; a buyer or potential buyer. For example, one may offer a product at a certain price and ask, "Any takers?"
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Everton were not made to pay for the miss as Mirallas scored from open play to secure a fourth Premier League win in the last five but Martinez fielded questions after the game as to who was his first-choice taker.
The petitioner told the court all the persons including former care taker PM had extended unqualified apology.
For example, what happens when a Taker reads his book and decides to disguise himself as a Giver to get ahead?
The court directed counsel for the former care taker PM that it be told if the unconditional apology would be enough much to serve the purpose after making illegal transfers and appointments or any other punishment can be there against him after fulfilling the legal formalities.
After the shooting incident, when she was brought to hospital, Tracey confided how she had hidden under a chair in the bus after the hostage taker was killed.
A competition spokesman said: "The aim was to find the nation's best penalty taker and in Adam, we certainly found him.
Once the button is pushed, the throw phone begins to ring until the hostage taker answers or the call is canceled.
Maybe it's time to have a designated taker so he can just get the ball and concentrate on what he's doing.
Dan's first rest was the Original Trophy Taker and it is still in the line.
Whether you are a giver or a taker, you need to practice this over time.
The assessment will help determine whether a test taker should be accepted within a certain major, enter upper-division instruction, transfer from a community college to a four-year institution, or secure a job in a particular field.
A DEBATE over who should be England's penalty taker was raging in the camp last night after David Beckham's miss cost his side a win over France.