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a double taker

Something or someone that causes one to do a double take, i.e., look twice due to surprise or disbelief. His new sports car was a real double taker, and everyone gaped at it as he drove by. He was a double taker in his new tuxedo, grabbing the attention of both men and women alike.
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taker

n. one who accepts an offer; a buyer. Are there any takers for this fine, almost new caddy?
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You should make a decision - who is your penalty taker? And go with it.
Whether test takers take IELTS on paper or computer, they can be confident that they are taking the same trusted English language test.
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"It is hard to compare the July and February results because the numbers of first-time takers in February is typically very small compared to July," he said.
Test takers can score higher if they take the test outside their country
He said test takers using his approach will be able to secure extra time during the test.
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James Milner, who has been our regular taker this season, was down to take the fifth but never got the chance to, leaving everyone wondering what might have been.
As he details in his book, people can be broken into three personality groups: Givers, Takers and Matchers.
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Paul Ryan believes we are a nation of takers. Mitt Romney thinks he lost because President Obama promised us gifts.
The results achieved by UAE IELTS test takers in 2011 show that proficiency in all four areas of English language -- reading, writing, speaking and listening -- has increased since 2010.