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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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The large, full-color screen on the LG VX4500 from Verizon Wireless helps players see all the action, so it is easy to see the hand that has been dealt while playing 5-Card Draw Poker.
Favorite Trick won the Kentucky Derby post-position draw Wednesday when an ``inquiry'' forced a redraw.
Burt Lancaster came in once, and said I could draw him the next time he came in, but he never came back.
It combines three styles of stretching--single draw, dual draw, and "zero draw gap" under compression--as well as individual temperature and speed control on all preheat, annealing, and cooling rollers.
The draw is 23-10 even though City have successfully played for 0-0 stalemates against United and Arsenal this season.
I will certainly continue to draw whenever I have time.
I never say that something is too mean to draw or some idea is too controversial to attack," he says.
Just one application that fits at least three drawing purposes: drawing, learning to draw and coloring.
FA Cup 2 Bradford (Boyles) v 13-10 Brentford (BetVictor), 12-5 draw (BV); 4-6 Harrogate (Boyles) v 9-2 Hastings (365), 14-5 draw (BV); 5-4 Lincoln (365) v 85-40 Mansfield (BV).
During the early stage of sketching, the diagram is required to fold the 'self' into the drawing, so that the link between the physical work, the imagination that draws it and the ethical responsibility that regulates it, are one and the same thing.
It found that slightly more than half the general population either had or were requested to have a blood draw or injection in the past six months.