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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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And because the questionnaire and testing process is standardized, test takers of any background and location can be compared fairly by score users.
Leighton Baines began the campaign as Everton's penalty taker but controversially was usurped against West Brom in January by Kevin Mirallas who proceeded to miss.
If we break down each of those categories in terms of who you help, you obviously want to be more cautious in dealing with Takers.
In the Midlle East, Saudi Arabia was estimated to have just two selfie takers, which ranked the country in the 405th place internationally.
Results from 2011 show UAE test takers increased their average scores across all four language skills which is a credit to the work students are putting into their English studies," British Council's Philip Rylah said.
New contact conversion rate: The percentage of new contacts who have converted into action takers within their initial period of engagement (typically 60 to 90 days).
I will have a list of one to 23 penalty takers," he said.
Adam, who was the youngest competitor in the whole event, was also the only penalty taker in the competition to put six goals in a row past Grobbelaar.
Typically, the hostage negotiation team (HNT) can talk the hostage takers out, given enough time and the right equipment to make good use of that time.
Takers are often very kind people who have developed inappropriate ways to get the attention and energy they need through being selfish and thoughtless of others.
Equipped with a PC and paper and a pencil for notes, test takers are called on to respond to 16 tasks over the course of the two-hour test.
Thus Rothstein's explanation for falling SAT scores is not a decline in education quality, but an increase in the number and the diversity of test takers.