|one who postpones, one who puts something off until later; one who defers, one who delays||procrastinator|
|acolyte, assistant at Mass, file server, food utensil, person or thing that serves; player who puts the ball into play (Sports); serving utensils (such as a spatula); waiter; computer which manages network resources and provides services to client comp...||server|
|act of refusing to do something; one who delays in signing a contract in the hopes of getting a better deal; one who refuses to cooperate, refusal to agree, somebody who holds out||holdout|
|Applies to derivative products. Option strategy consisting of both puts and calls at different strike prices that capitalizes on a narrow range of volatility. The payoff diagram takes the shape of a bird.||Condor|
|assassin, official who carries out an execution, one who puts sentenced people to death||executioner|
|converter of something into code, device transforming signals into code, person who puts messages in code; person who designs and writes and tests computer programs||coder|
|cooper, person who makes and repairs wooden barrels, person who makes or puts hoops on barrels; (Zoology) whistling wild swan of Europe, maker of barrels||hooper|
|distance from building to property line, obstacle, misfortune, something which hinders progress; instance of hindering progress, offset, shelf or recess in wall, something that delays progress, thermostat reduction||setback|
|eyeliner, jacket, line drive, lining, passenger ship or plane, person or thing which makes lines; airplane or ship which is run by a transportation company; eye pencil, eyeliner; one who puts in linings; lining of a garment, protective sleeve for compo...||liner|
|hindrance, person or thing that delays, person or thing that causes a slowdown||retarder|
|masquer, one who wears a disguise; one who puts on a mask; one who conceals something for the purpose of protection, somebody wearing costume mask||masker|
|military equipment, obstructions, something which slows down or delays progress; military equipment carried by an army||impedimenta|
|one who binds books, one who fastens the pages of a book together and puts them in a cover, somebody who binds books||bookbinder|
|one who bridles a horse, one who puts a bridle on an animal||bridler|
|one who defers, one who postpones, one who delays||deferrer|
|one who delays a punishment, one who grants a stay of execution||repriever|
|one who delays, one who defers, one who suspends||postponer|
|one who does finishing work, one who puts an edge on something (as in a garment, lens, etc.), somebody who or something that edges||edger|
|one who fights or extinguishes fires, somebody who puts out fires||firefighter|
|one who has attained Enlightenment but postpones entry into Nirvana in order to help others to achieve Enlightenment also (Buddhism)||Bodhisattva|
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