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.
Double Take's dam Metric Flower kept company with the best during her racing career, finishing second in the 1999 Irish Oaks and third in Cork's Guinness Trophy, after clocking 28.70sec in her qualifier.
A fellow parent said: "People were doing double takes at Ian Beale waving his arms at the traffic."
The striker's double takes his tally to 16 for the season as the Wee Gers proved too good.
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That impressive double takes Schwartzel to his best position in the world - possibly as high as 35th depending on what happened at the Sony Open last night.