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  • This was the final season during which a mid-season draft was conducted.
  • Its deep-draft structure and access channel allows round-the-clock access to the port.
  • The draft board ruled that his draft status should not have been changed.
  • Before any law is passed, it is first introduced in parliament as a draft known as a bill.
  • Williams also included some early drafts of his own work from previous projects.
  • He also took drafting in high school because of his interests in drawing.
  • Draft order for teams that made the playoffs the previous year are based on team records.
  • With over of studio space, each student has his or her own drafting and work area.
  • Foreign players have made a large impact on how teams are now drafting.
  • He told them he wanted to keep a particularly wild scene from one of the early drafts.
  • For some time it was possible to order draft beer with one's order.
  • It would be interesting to see what kind of document they'd draft today.
  • Under the terms of the agreement, the two leagues would hold a common player draft.
  • It consisted of the main national draft, the pre-season draft and the trade period.
  • He began writing a script, completing his first draft in just three weeks.
  • He does, however take ideas from these abandoned drafts to build the final version.
  • Later that year she appointed a constitutional commission that drafted a new constitution.
  • However it does not work quite the same way as drafting in racing.
  • Another site lists him as a mid-second round draft choice.
  • The original drafts included only political and civil rights, but economic and social rights were also proposed.
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Meaning of draft

  • noun A document ordering the payment of money; drawn by one person or bank on another
  • noun A current of air (usually coming into a chimney or room or vehicle)
  • noun A preliminary sketch of a design or picture
  • noun A serving of drink (usually alcoholic) drawn from a keg
    they served beer on draft
  • noun Any of the various versions in the development of a written work
    a preliminary draft, the final draft of the constitution
  • noun The depth of a vessel's keel below the surface (especially when loaded)
  • noun A regulator for controlling the flow of air in a fireplace
  • noun A dose of liquid medicine
    he took a sleeping draft
  • noun The act of moving a load by drawing or pulling
  • verb Draw up an outline or sketch for something
    draft a speech