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Drawer

The party initiating a draft.

Drawer

One who makes a draft. For example, with a check, the drawer is the party writing the check who demands that his/her bank pay to some third party the indicated amount of money. See also: Drawee.
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LEAFING THROUGH THIS HANDSOME LITTLE BOOK is much like opening an unsuspected drawerful of trifles and treasures in the house of a beloved and eccentric aunt.
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Women should have a drawerful of options," says Lou Crawford, founder of The Keeper, which makes natural gum rubber cups inserted to catch menstrual flow.
What be initially found in Ives's barn at West Redding, which had been converted into a music storeroom, must have been supremely dispiriting: "Evidentl y [Ives] was used to rummaging for things, pulling out whole fistfuls from underneath which then became the top layer, so that each drawerful [of manuscript pages] had been shuffled many times.
We used to have a drawerful of knives and, at one time, we had a gun in the office.