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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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He spent decades scraping for funding for his still-distinctive works, leaving behind a drawerful of intriguing but unrealized projects.
Though Stover downplays the costs involved, he does have a laundry list of out-of-the-ordinary expenses, ranging from the aforementioned aerial photographs, to pizza and other food for the staff, to a drawerful of rain ponchos.
It would have been easy to present Blue simply as a tough broad with attitude and a drawerful of one-liners, but Rubin plays her more quietly, with attention to her deep-seated emotional turmoil.
By the time many people consult a doctor for their acne, they usually have tried a drawerful of over-the-counter (OTC) medications.
I have had a drawerful of rejections in the past so this is a terrific shock
But, in fact, I have a drawerful of letters from ex-clients commending us for our fine work while at the same time canceling their advertising and public relations programs.
To end the Season successfully with a diamond watch, a drawerful of Janet Reger lingerie and a doting multi-millionaire on her arm, there are seven big events no SOS girl can afford to miss.
Just a decade ago Pauline Gough, then managing editor, called to ask if I would systematize the Kappan's research reports, which I gathered at the time consisted of a drawerful of brief reports of usually small-scale investigations that were, to put it charitably, uncontrolled.
With the territory came a fancy car, fancier relationships, free tickets to events," Wolff explained, pointing to a drawerful of Knicks tickets.