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  • n. Plural form of drafting.


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  • He's not only managed to survive the original and subsequent re-draftings, but also, lately, I've thought seriously about making him sort of a main character when I manage to return to rewriting it.

    Killing Characters

  • His work is a vast collection of powerful sketches, synthetic draftings.

    Une Vie

  • It belongs to the age of Herod; we see the same cyclopean stones, with the same surface draftings as at Jerusalem.

    The Book of Delight and Other Papers

  • I can manage a computer with internet for online jobs / or any computer based - data entry, data processing, CAD / GIS / Engineering draftings, any web based works.

  • Bale's use of his scary Batman voice in the role is not the problem, but rather the fact that John Conner has such a prominent role in the film, which was obviously not the case in the earlier draftings of the script.

  • By draftings I particularly mean the taking out no unfteady hound, nor any that are not likely to be of fervice to the pack. —

    Thoughts Upon Hunting: In a Series of Familiar Letters to a Friend

  • It’s not going to adversely affect “new” patent draftings – but indeed will effect many existing ones.

    Your Business Method Patent Has Just Been Invalidated

  • "The retailer reportedly began this clause as an April Fool's joke, but then developed it in order to prove to itself, the world, and the heated inhabitants of Haedes that no one reads these often draconian draftings. ...

    Front Page - The Washington Times


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