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(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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drawing can |be fun for all the family and what better time to give it ago than during The Big Draw event
The exhibit title, Levitt said, was chosen because he liked the sound, but he says his drawings are ``a lot more complicated than doodles.
The drawing becomes a philosophical and dialectical illustration of what the author would also say in writing.
really very great, we feel proud of ICAF, because by organizing a drawing competition, children can meet each other from different countries and we can learn different languages and cultures too.
We build on the work of Weber & Mitchell (1995) and others by using preservice teachers' drawings of themselves in relation to their teaching practice to better understand how they perceive the role of teacher.
Woolf and her drawings are still shaking things up today.
Unlike technical drawing programs that only use clip art, Visio Technical uses SmartShape technology, allowing drawing elements to behave in an intelligent and useful manner.
The straightforward, on-demand software allows all team members -- irrespective of technical ability -- to work on drawings independently or collaboratively, wherever they are.
Though vivid drawings of Winona Ryder, Courtney Love, Robert Blake and Anna Nicole Smith fill the wall of her home in the hills above Studio City, none has the unusual allure of Jackson.
Over time, DeGraw methodically began to morph the sniper figure, sometimes drawing two faces on one plane, further undermining legibility.
In his Bruegel: The Drawings--Complete Edition (1961), Ludwig Munz listed 154 drawings by the artist.
This raises the question: when more essay space is directed at images that have never been realized as built forms than those that have what does architectural drawing and two-dimensional images have to do with architecture as an act of making in a three dimensional world.