- From Middle English todrawen, todraȝen, from Old English *tōdragan ("to pull apart"), equivalent to to- + draw. (Wiktionary)
“That strikes me as an unwarranted inference todraw.”
“That strikes me as an unwarranted inference todraw”
“In which case, could you provide some examples of what you would consider “emergency force”, so I can better understand the distinction you are seeking todraw?”
“Trying todraw a direct contrast with the "Age ofIrresponsiblity".”
“No sooner had Moltke returned to Germany than he began todraw up mobilization plans for the next campaign.”
“Obviously, the basic assumption in many circles is that the intel community is either inept beyond belief, or, if you wander too closely to the "black helicopter" set, that it is engaged in a conspiracy todraw us into a war insert any one of the following - "against Islam", "for oil", "to avenge the President's Daddy", etc.”
“Aug. 6-8 event at Coffman Park that's anticipated todraw a lot more ...”
“Who taught my hands todraw thefatal fwordj Led by his ann, undaunted I appear In the firft ranks of death, and front of war*”
“That strikes me as an unwarranted inference todraw.)”
“Again, given the limitations of the study population, there’s no way to say whether same-sex sex and attractions led to the risk-taking and IDU, the drugs led to increased same-sex sexual behaviors, or some third factor a high-risk-taking tendency, abuse or some other unnamed factor led to both the drugs and the same-sex sex, but what hints there are point in the opposite direction from the conclusions you want todraw.”
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