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draw

(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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Additionally, the gold number 1 Mega Ball has been drawn six times in 102 drawings under the current format.
Originally (http://blog.us.playstation.com/2014/12/06/drawn-to-death-a-hand-drawn-arena-shooter-coming-to-ps4/) announced in 2014 , Drawn to Death is the first game from Jaffe's independent game studio The Bartlet Jones Supernatural Detective Agency.
Luka Modric and his mates have won six and drawn one, with France and Spain boasting the next best recent records.
The specimen was clamped between the upper (fixed) grip and the lower (movable) grip of the constant-load drawing instrument (described below), heated to the desired temperature, and then immediately drawn to the total imposed draw ratio by applying a nominal stress of 7 MPa to the lower grip.
The OED itself is interested in opening up discussion of the place of lexicography and dictionary-making in our culture to a wider audience, but I am especially drawn to it because, as a project, it teeters on the brink of folly.
Lotto insists on the illusion of drawing within the painting by making Lucretia crease the fictive paper - though not so much as to distort the figure drawn there.
(30) have reported that PVDF/PVDF blend films prepared by solution casting can be drawn at 50 [degrees] C and 110 [degrees] C.
However, the number 1 Mega Ball was drawn in not one but two of the four jackpot-winning combinations since the new format began, records show.
Of course, luck is still going to play its part - after all the lotto number drawn the least amount of times is, spookily, 13.
Commentators have varied in their identification of the sex of these two figures, because, as Clark Hulse pointed out, they are "so sketchily drawn that it is difficult to tell who they are and what they are doing."(36) Hulse was convinced that the one with his back against the tree was male, but he thought that the other figure might be male or female because it was "more fully coiffed."(37) I agree that the figure against the tree is male, and I would add that the sketchiness of the man makes it impossible to determine his age, whether he is young, middle-aged, or old.
Drawn ellipses and circles imprinted by an industrial sander appear on all three levels, uniting the composition.