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  • noun Plural form of drawdown.

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Examples

  • "drawdowns" and deadlines, all three of these aims are still very much in play.

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  • Incremental and gradual drawdowns of troops over many years is not the correct response to a failed war.

    Jim Wallis: The War Must Not Go On!

  • We left California forever when we retired or we would be paying about a 10% state income tax rate on our IRA drawdowns in addition to federal income taxes.

    Mexican govt taking your money?

  • We left California forever when we retired or we would be paying about a 10% state income tax rate on our IRA drawdowns in addition to federal income taxes.

    Mexican govt taking your money?

  • We left California forever when we retired or we would be paying about a 10% state income tax rate on our IRA drawdowns in addition to federal income taxes.

    Mexican govt taking your money?

  • Incremental and gradual drawdowns of troops over many years is not the correct response to a failed war.

    Jim Wallis: The War Must Not Go On!

  • Incremental and gradual drawdowns of troops over many years is not the correct response to a failed war.

    Jim Wallis: The War Must Not Go On!

  • Incremental and gradual drawdowns of troops over many years is not the correct response to a failed war.

    Jim Wallis: The War Must Not Go On!

  • Incremental and gradual drawdowns of troops over many years is not the correct response to a failed war.

    Jim Wallis: The War Must Not Go On!

  • We left California forever when we retired or we would be paying about a 10% state income tax rate on our IRA drawdowns in addition to federal income taxes.

    Mexican govt taking your money?

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