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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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However, it is necessary to analyze the drawable region of interactive GLAC segment so that the users are aware of the flexibility of GLAC for shape design.
National can deep draw custom enclosures to specifications in every drawable material, including ferrous and nonferrous, titanium, hasteloy, nickel, kovar, inconel, mumetal, monel, and tantalum.
One key factor in the revival of these preoccupations is that architectural technology has advanced, through the use of computer-aided design and manufacturing, to a point where the gap between the drawable and the buildable is getting ever narrower.
Instead the line seems to be drawn or "drawable" on the basis of the incidents of the particular contract.
To distinguish between the figure and the ground, Johnson elaborates on two kinds of figures: cursively drawable ones, and recursive ones.
Some of the facets of new work environments include: attractive and inviting private and group work spaces; tree-lined interiors and an emphasis on views; creative thinking areas with drawable walls and surfaces; and even whimsical props such as stuffed animals for inspiration.
For raster CBDs, the translation layer is given a 3D frame buffer from the API layer, which represents all the drawable points in the display.
For instance, it should be possible for a corporate treasurer to negotiate an "umbrella" facility in euros drawable in any local country site, just as he or she would in the United States.
No quality credit was given if the randomization procedure was applied by participants rather than by experimenters, or if target selection involved an element of choice, as when someone is asked to choose as target the first "drawable" word on a page of a dictionary opened at random.
Though they are tentatively offered as evidence of early 'interpretation' of the poem, they are very much an illustrator's rather than a reader's interpretation: it is the drawable figures rather than the major emphases (of a poem whose appeal is only intermittently visual) that have been recorded, by an artist accommodating his own abilities and inclinations to the matter of the text and to the needs of a reader, for whom the layout of the MS provides little other visual milestones on a long journey.
Because foil is not inherently drawable, the foil/film laminate bottom web had to be uniquely structured to accommodate the rather difficult draw depth.
But with a general method of depiction such as perspective, in which everything is visually organized in terms of the regulations of the abstract forms of line and plane, if you can draw anything, then you can draw everything drawable. But the point about universal principles of depiction can also mean something far more contentious.