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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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You should make a decision - who is your penalty taker? And go with it.
Josh King will beBournemouth's primary penalty taker, but don't be surprised if Callum Wilson takes one or two during the season.
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He prayed the court to order for registration of case against care taker CM Punjab.
Name of the care taker prime minister will announced when the committee reached on the decision, he further added.
* Non-white test takers receive lower scores than white test takers.
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The drop in this year's pass rate appears to be driven by repeat test takers, as the number of first-time takers who passed the July exam was on par with the past two years at 71 percent.
The aspirin takers were also 38 percent more likely to suffer a "major hemorrhage" such as stomach or brain bleeding serious enough to require transfusion, hospitalization, or surgery.