double take


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double take

(esp in comedy) a delayed reaction by a person to a remark, situation, etc.
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This seminar with our partners HP and Double Take enabled our attendees to understand the best practices to rightly comprehend the DR & HA tools in their existing IT infrastructures, in cost effective ways," said Naresh Kothari, Managing Director, Intertec Systems.
The striker's double takes his tally to 16 for the season as the Wee Gers proved too good.
A wallpaper facsimile of the gallery's previous show--which had featured works by late-1980s icons Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Donald Baechler, and Kenny Scharf--formed a backdrop for the display of actual works by the likes of Rob Pruitt, George Herold, Lily van der Stokker, and Francis Picabia, creating a succession of double takes.
Double Takes, the title chosen for the collection of ten essays by Garber and Zuckerman, could just as readily be applied to the rethinking that Knight offers in his discussion of Holy Week celebrations.
Lita's clinical double takes his total to 13 goals for the season - almost twice as many as the entire City strikeforce - and nine in his last nine games.