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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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In oral debriefings, test takers in the Roever (2001) study complained about having too little time for the discourse completion section of the test, which required typing brief utterances and allowed 90 seconds per item.
Automated underwriting is essential to enable a free-flowing process from customer to risk taker in the insurance transaction.
Nationally the Office of National Statistics will recruit 6,000 team leaders and 63,000 census takers throughout England and Wales.
4) Second, the hostages and the hostage takers must maintain contact (i.
Test takers are unable to check their scores and have to apply for another test as we are unaware if we met the required score.
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.
In addition, the GRE Program recently introduced three changes that are good news for test takers in India and around the world.
This exemption is available if the consolidated liabilities of the deposit taker are less than $20 million (measured as an average over a 12-month period).
This contrasts with hostage takers, who should not be given anything without the police getting something in return.
Featuring a test-taker friendly design, the revised test is the only test that is accepted for admission to graduate and business schools worldwide, giving test takers more opportunities for success.
No Albanian census takers will be present there but census takers from other ethnic communities- Roma, Turks, Vlachs and Serbs," SCC vice president Abdulmenaf Bexheti explained.