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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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One has to give because Arum can't do the Horn versus Crawford title fight and Pacquiao versus someone else on the same month.
The bespectacled trainer accused Arum for turning Horn into a boxing superstar.
He was listed at -650, while Horn was the underdog at +475.
A horn is one of a pair of hard, pointed projection on the head of ungulates.
African antelope display a fantastic diversity of horn shapes.
TOM: The horn takes too much current to safely run through your steering wheel, so those contacts in the wheel trigger a horn relay, which is a heavy-duty switch under the dashboard or the hood.
Tahir, a motorist said it is noticed at traffic signals that as the traffic signal turns green a chorus of horns including pressure horns and multi-tone horns in vehicles behind other vehicles goes off forcing other motorists to move on.
The transition from a nasal horn to a frontal horn in elasmotheres has been difficult to explain because a major transformational gap exists between nasal-horned ancestors and frontal-horned descendants.
The annual turnover of Clarton Horn for 2012 was Euro 38 million.
It's a career chance Yellow Horn, 25, was hoping for.
Shofar only meant the animal horn used for ritual purposes, Jewish law (Halakhah) describing its material and usage.
Horn has also been used for centuries for other drinking vessels, like the beaker shown here, which probably dates to the 17th century.