Taker


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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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Test takers in urban schools fail more frequently than rural ones.
Trophy Taker is a designer, sourcer, and marketer of arrow rests and broadheads as well as related accessories.
LEVELs Tablet Order Taker is a truly pioneering fashion software solution for taking and processing wholesale orders on the move.
The negative impact of a Taker on your culture typically exceeds the positive impact of a Giver.
He said that the present arrangement under which the care taker chairman is working is not catering the needs of cricket in Pakistan and there is dire need to restore his powers in the larger interest of cricket and to improve country's image abroad .
Furthermore, the majority of the research exploring test taker experiences has been from one perspective along the test taking process--before or after taking the test.
The governance requirements for deposit takers in the Reserve Bank Act will also come into force on 1 December 2010.
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.
Takers hate being taken advantage of, and if anyone, including a customer, gets something they are not entitled to, a taker feels it personally.
PICTURE TAKER gathers photos celebrating his 42-year career, presenting a hundred black and white photos from his many images.