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  • After they exhaust every other subject, they begin to draw on their confidential stock. Cited from The Motor Maids in Fair Japan, by Katherine Stokes
  • In his research paper he describes how social networks allow people to draw on their "mirror image."
  • They were left to draw on their imagination for some presentiment of the coming princess. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. XI, No. 27, June, 1873, by Various
  • They could not draw on their capital, for it was tied up in favour of the legal heir, an unknown cousin. Cited from Browning's Heroines, by Ethel Colburn Mayne
  • They are like extravagant heirs who draw on their capital and sooner or later come to poverty. Cited from The Whence and the Whither of Man, by John Mason Tyler
  • Children are often also interested in body painting and, given the opportunity, will draw on their hands or smear paint on their faces.
  • Its members draw on their varied backgrounds during performances, which include storytelling using regional dialects.
  • For writing contemporary history, historians could draw on their own eye-witness accounts, reports from those they met and primary source documents such as letters.
  • He encouraged them to depict African and African-American subjects, and to draw on their history for subject material.
  • Those who love the horrible must draw on their own imaginations to supply what we resolutely withhold. Cited from The International Weekly Miscellany, Volume I. No. 9., by Various
  • I place a veil over the happy hour that succeeded, leaving the old to draw on their experience for its pictures, and the young to live in hope. Cited from Satanstoe, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • The user can then take the flashlight pen and draw on their silhouette.
  • In order to best address these diverse issues, members work in smaller task forces that draw on their expertise and develop priority legislation within each area.
  • Students need to draw on their own experiences and semiotic literacy practices to represent and communicate meaning.
  • In recent years, however, there seems to be a very small increase again, as they can draw on their historic roots to evoke nostalgia.
  • When it realizes those who have been subject to its song have fallen asleep, it angrily uses the marker to draw on their faces.
  • The Riders draw on their monsters' strength in exchange for feeding them the life force of the creatures they destroy.
  • In the process, they draw on their university education and personal talent, honing skills as leaders and gaining both humility and self-confidence.
  • Robertson hoped to draw on their statistical results, but Battelle insisted that they needed much more time to conduct a proper study.
  • Part of the technology brought to humans by the Galactics is the ability to rejuvenate old soldiers, so that countries can draw on their combat experiences.
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