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- n. A person that responds to an emergency situation or other calling.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which responds.
- n. An electrolytic detector or receiver for wireless telegraphy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who responds
"A responder is someone who does what is right, whether anyone is looking or not," King said.
When I called the responder's voice sounded a bit deep.
As a preschool teacher for about 6 years I will tell you that the previous responder is right, a child’s eating pattern can change drastically when they are not around mom and dad.
By asking question q, a human could determine if the responder is a computer or a human.
If I'm not here, an automated call responder will take your name.
The secondary endpoints will evaluate the clinical efficacy of VX-765 based on the percent reduction in seizure frequency and percent of patients with a 50 percent or greater reduction in seizure frequency, known as the responder-rate.
Still, the responder was a professional "diffuser" and I got no satisfaction at all.
I usually find that when I ask pointed questions the "responder" dissapears-so this will be interesting.
Those are the things that just the first kind of responder reaction that we're doing.
These are serious concerns, especially when you consider the huge amount of dairy products that some children consume, regardless of whether a child is a 'responder' with respect to the digestive complaints associated with cow's milk.