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a dealer in fabrics and sewing materials (and sometimes in clothing and drygoods)

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We would like to clarify the following: Maj Draper is not 51, he is 50.
Draper Center Alum and former American Ballet Theatre soloist, Kristi Boone, is one of seven guest instructors joining the faculty at the summer training program.
I created Draper James to honor my past and allow others to embrace the beauty, style and excitement that embodies what is happening in the South today," says Reese, speaking to the ethos behind Draper James.
Draper, a Silicon Valley native, has devoted his life to venture capitalism and entrepreneurship, just as his father and grandfather did before him.
The Little Red Shop Museum is devoted to Draper's history, yet the looms that Draper workers produced are anything but relics of the past.
and Greenbrier in West Virginia, Dorothy Draper & Co.
So Draper writes a screenplay to help his friend clear her name and prove to the world that she has been telling the truth.
The memory of Christopher Norman Draper, 19, lives on in the individualized lap quilts using pieces of his clothing.
Leeswood mum-of-two Sharon Draper was jailed for 12 months.
Sonia Draper will soon celebrate her golden wedding anniversary.
In early April 2001, a supervisor claimed that the necklace violated the dress code and ordered Draper to remove it.
Fist clenched, right arm pumping, Henman was transformed into a street-fighting man, overcoming a sluggish start against Scott Draper to ignite the first explosion of Henmania at these championships.
The company has secured $6 million in first round funding from Mobius Venture Capital, Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Palo Alto Investors.
We wrote to every single voluntary organization in the village, from the allotment association to the playgroups, the cricket club to the ladies' guild,' says the Anglican Rector, Raymond Draper, who chairs the village's Millennium Planning Group.
Paul Draper, 86, the stylish and innovative tap dancer and choreographer, whose performances to classical music made him unique among American dance artists, died of emphysema on September 20, 1996.