emptor

[emp-ter, -tawr]
noun
(especially in legal usage) a person who purchases or contracts to purchase; buyer.

Origin:
1870–75; < Latin: buyer, equivalent to em(ere) to buy + -tor -tor, with intrusive -p-

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Yes, the single form pills are ubiquitous but that should be the caveat-emptor of these studies.
But there doesn't seem to have been much caveat emptor-ing going on at all.
Caveat emptor: it is the physics departments that teach the engineering majors.
It's been caveat emptor, and catch me if you can on towing.
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