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draw

(1) A request that a lender advance funds under a construction or other future-advances loan.

(2) A periodic request by a contractor or subcontractor for a portion of the contract price for a job, usually according to the percentage of completion of the work and the cost of materials and labor.

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2) UCLA's Maurice Drew, second from left, has drawn comparisons to Barry Sanders because of his knack for finding seams.
Drew took a handoff, went off left tackle and then let his dazzling speed take over.
Drew was signed two winters ago by former general manager Paul DePodesta.
He's been an absolutely great mentor," Ristau says of his time working with Drew.
1987-1988 President Tom Nee receives his Honorary Membership from Drew Glennie.
That would have been interesting if Drew had been able to snag insider details unavailable to other journalists.
Drew Pictures' recent round of venture capital (see related release, "Drew Pictures Receives Venture Capital") and the Codie award gives the company tremendous momentum going into its next development.
The Nancy Drew book series has lasted for generations, selling to date more than 100 million worldwide copies in 22 languages.
Drew Olson was one of five senior starters on offense last season.
That same myopia, that same uncomprehending failure to view her own work as others might, afflicts Elizabeth Drew in her inexhaustible zeal to keep chronicling modern politics with a tendentious literalness that she clearly views as high art.
The moon will shine brightly over Parma when Warner Home Video (WHV) releases the first season of The Drew Carey Show on DVD April 24, 2007.
With Drew out -- he was available to pinch-hit and should start tonight -- the Dodgers did not have a true fourth outfielder available.