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Synonyms for draft

Synonyms for draft

the act of drawing or pulling a load

an act of drinking or the amount swallowed

compulsory enrollment in military service

a preliminary plan or version, as of a written work

to enroll compulsorily in military service

to draw up a preliminary plan or version of

to devise and set down

Synonyms for draft

a current of air (usually coming into a chimney or room or vehicle)

a preliminary sketch of a design or picture

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a serving of drink (usually alcoholic) drawn from a keg

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any of the various versions in the development of a written work

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the depth of a vessel's keel below the surface (especially when loaded)

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a regulator for controlling the flow of air in a fireplace

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a dose of liquid medicine

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a large and hurried swallow

the act of moving a load by drawing or pulling

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draw up an outline or sketch for something

engage somebody to enter the army

make a blueprint of

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The act "preempts states from enacting any law related to a price, route, or service of an air carrier, which has been interpreted by some courts as applying to air ambulance service provider charges," drafters note in a statement in the bill introduction.
Ashley has been an Architectural Drafter and Designer for about twelve years.
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The ACA drafters banned most of the defenses health insurers once used to protect themselves against big medical bills.
annual corporate report and in training the internal drafters in applying the agreed
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those complying with the substantial economic effect requirements discussed above) prevailed until sometime in the early 1990s when certain drafters of partnership agreements made a conscious decision to draft partnership allocations in a completely different manner.
The drafters also included the fee to compensate for what some thought might be dramatic increases in health insurance company revenue and profit totals as a result of PPACA "shared responsibility" provisions that will tax many individuals who fail to have what PPACA defines as being a responsible amount of health coverage.
The Minister added that because of the need to speed up the finalisation of the important bill, it will be sent to legal drafters before a final round of consultations with members of both the lower and upper houses of Parliament have been held as earlier efforts to organise consultation workshops with them have proved difficult because of conflicting schedules.
The aim of the Azhar document is to ensure that future drafters of the constitution will have in front of them a statement of principles which will ensure that Egyptians' identity and basic rights will be preserved.
The foreword by Liang Huixing sets out the progress of the work and an explanation of the structure that was adopted, including a summary of the sources (such as the Dutch Civil Code) on which the drafters relied.
The drafters of the new law, he says, did not intend to change parties' substantive rights but, instead, focused on clarifying and providing more detail in foreclosure procedure.
The book is aimed primarily at drafters of national legislation, reviewers, and users of IAEA safety standards, including IAEA technical officers and consultants and bodies for the endorsement of safety standards.
Filson and Strokoff (both with the Office of the Legislative Counsel of the US House of Representatives) present this updated reference for professional legislative drafters on general considerations in form and word usage; uniquely federal forms and styles; the role of courts in law drafting; and drafting regulations.