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

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Timothy Cook Draper is founder and managing director of Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and founder of the Draper University of Heroes.
The price of fabric made on vintage Draper machinery amazes some Blackstone Valley history buffs and former Draper workers, but the enduring prowess of Draper looms does not.
Like coming home to a wonderful piece of art, residents will cherish the sheer joy and overwhelming sense of arrival each time they pass through this signature Dorothy Draper & Co.
It is the second time in two weeks Draper, who was appointed to his post four months ago, has publicly opposed the All England Club, a stance considered almost inconceivable under his predecessor John Crowther.
It gives the impression early on that Draper is superficial and may care more about the looks of the people around him than he does about the fate of his friend.
Shores and Ward presented the quilts to Christopher's parents - Leon and Annette Draper, and to his siblings, Brandon, 19, and Amanda, 17 - for Christmas.
Her estranged husband Martin Draper, 37, of Fford Pentre, Mold, was given an eight month jail term.
I am as excited about this opening every bit as much as my anniversary,'' said Draper, 70, a Chatsworth resident for 47 years.
From 1-3 Draper found himself serving for the set at 5-3, breaking Henman again in the eighth game.
The company has secured $6 million in first round funding from Mobius Venture Capital, Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Palo Alto Investors.
For the first half of the 20th century, Ruth Draper (1884-1956) was a pioneering advocate of the tragicomedic monologue.
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.
England World Cup hopeful, Mark Draper, could today clinch a dream pounds 3 million move to Italy.