from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A drafter.
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- n. A draftsman or draftswoman.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a skilled worker who draws plans of buildings or machines.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a skilled worker who draws plans of buildings or machines
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Phillip Levine, a Seattle artist and longtime friend of Waldman's, said that in addition to her excellent technical skills as a draftsperson and painter, particularly in her depiction of the human form, the themes of her work were also important.
As long as the testator's instructions are properly understood by the will draftsperson and the will is accurately drafted, there should be no problem with leaving legacies to charity if that is what the testator wants.
The most important thing to consider when leaving a legacy to charity in a will is to have the will drafted by a properly qualified will draftsperson.
In the mid-1950s Gego began her art making with great intensity, working as an engraver, sculptor and draftsperson.
That written, I might feel differently if I was a more skilled draftsperson….
After law school, Ward worked as a legislative draftsperson for the Texas Legislative Council from 1967 to
Legislative draft of Bill, including consultancy costs for parliamentary draftsperson [15 days] £9,000
To further progress the discussion, and assist government in its consultation and subsequent deliberations, the Commission proposes to engage a parliamentary legislative draftsperson, on a consultancy basis, to produce an example of how, in the Commission's view, its advice might be translated into statute.
On the positive side, the positions of chairperson of Malawi electoral commission, clerk of parliament, chairperson of Malawi Human Rights commission, attorney General and parliamentary draftsperson are currently being held by women.
We are not asking Sarah to fill out any matrix or template document - those documents are tools for specialists, much like a draftsperson would use a formula to interpret a home renovators ideas into plans for builders.