to draw

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  • He uses his right hand to draw and color and his left hand to write.
  • When he presented this work he also used a black board to draw and write on.
  • His work did much to draw the attention of the public to impossible objects.
  • The line between moral support and other forms of help is often hard to draw.
  • Residents would sometimes go to their well to draw water only to find there was none.
  • They need to draw on information from all parts of an organization's information base.
  • Sometimes a made hand needs to draw to a better hand.
  • It was expected to draw more than three million people.
  • He liked to draw, and sought out places he could learn more about art.
  • The story says he used a ruler to draw the straight line itself.
  • He was largely self-educated, and began to draw at age ten.
  • A different way to indicate this is to draw a bar through the number itself.
  • Even though the decision was changed to draw, Nelson still kept his title.
  • In practice the distinction is sometimes clear, but often difficult to draw.
  • These were now re-examined, and the decision made to draw up a more limited operation.
  • The knowledge-acquisition portion would be learning how to draw what you want to draw.
  • The family said it wanted to draw attention to their problems with the welfare authorities.
  • The dividing line between personal rights and property rights is not always easy to draw.
  • This made it possible to draw the sword and strike in one quick motion.
  • However, multiple issues have continued to draw this proposal into question.
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