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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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With that in mind, they offer the exhibit "Lost Children's Drawings." This exhibit shows a collection of hard-to-find drawings made by famous Dutch artists when they were still children.
The emphasis of the talk was based on drawing in various mediums such as graphite, charcoal, crayon and many others.
Lottery players looking to bank on the least frequently drawn numbers should try number 50, which has appeared only twice in the 102 drawings. The 9, 36, 57 and 63 balls have been pulled only three times since last Halloween as well, according to lottery records.
In terms of contemporary drawing, the Jerwood Drawing Prize, the largest and longest-running open exhibition and prize in Britain, is entering its 21st year (having last year awarded first place, rather bizarrely, to an audio piece).
The Big Draw offers thousands of enjoyable, and mainly free, drawing activities which connect people of all ages with museums, outdoor spaces, artists, designers, illustrators - and each other.
How to Draw 5.0 by ArtelPlus features more than 150 different drawing instructions and a coloring book.
GLUE DRAWING On the back of my glue drawing is a dedication: "To young pouring artists, who rekindled in me the fun of playing with lines."
Artists at the Hatton Gallery at Newcastle University also want to go massive with a huge group drawing. The Hatton will also have an inventors' corner, in addition to Big Stick and Moving drawings.
It was when John Hastings become frustrated with the drawing lessons he was taking in 1998 that he began simplifying the process of learning how to draw.
Do your best not to lift your pencil off the paper until your drawing is finished.