from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that drafts, especially a person who drafts plans or designs or a person who composes a document.
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- n. a person who prepares technical drawings and plans
- n. a person who prepares drafts
- n. a person who writes a legislative bill
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who drafts; one who drafts a document: as, the drafters of the Constitution of the United States.
- n. One employed in a drafting-yard to sort out sheep.
- n. A draft-horse.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a writer of a draft
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He is known as the drafter, and as such he is not allowed by regulation (during this time frame) to send out that same message he drafted.
Former peace prize winners Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama and Charter 77 co-drafter Vaclav Havel have joined those calling for Liu to get the award.
When Harold Brown, 49, was laid off from his job as an interior design drafter in December 2008, he knew that the prospects for reemployment were grim.
When Harold Brown, 49, was laid off from his job as an interior design drafter in December 2008, he knew that the prospects for reemployment ...
Vickie Jacobson, a 45-year-old computer drafter from Nashville, Tenn., remembers a dream in which she had sex with her boss on a Victorian couch in an old-fashioned parlor.
No drafter or ratifier would have included computer coding in a list of useful arts.
By setting the forum in which the disputes are to take place while eliminating class relief the drafter of the contract attempts to insulate itself from consumer lawsuits.
On the grammar front, our bill drafter should consider the effect of using “effect” for “affect.”
As a drafter everything should be done in all Caps as a standard, so I use caps lock all of the time.
A Type Two drafter need to be utterly ruthless and immune to criticism or appeals to reason.