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draft

 [draft]
a potion or dose.

draft

(draft),
1. A current of air in a confined space.
2. A quantity of liquid medicine ordered as a single dose.
Synonym(s): draught

draft

(draft)
1. A current of air in a confined space.
2. A quantity of liquid medicine ordered as a single dose.

draft

(draft)
1. A current of air in a confined space.
2. A quantity of liquid medicine ordered as a single dose. Also spelled draught.

draft,

n See draw.
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Bush was in the reserves, which is more than can be said for Clinton the draft dodger.
The Ministry maintains there is a conflict of interest because many draft dodgers use his psychological evaluations to evade service.
5) wasn't equally offended by the larger group of Republican draft dodgers.
No, indeed, hell hath no fury like a draft dodger who gets an army of his own.
Nothing is more dangerous than a draft dodger who gets an army.
Basurin also said that Ukrainian law enforcers were posting photos of draft dodgers on billboards.
Speaking at a press conference to announce this year's call up for new army recruits, Fokaides said that even though it was still too early to draw safe conclusions, last year's data compared to the previous two years indicated a decrease in draft dodgers.
Drawing on newspapers, archival documents, oral histories, and an array of secondary sources, Jessica Squires shows that while Canada allowed American draft dodgers, deserters, and others to find refuge from the war (or from complicity with the nation that waged it), its status as a ready sanctuary is largely a myth, as such a conclusion omits how that refuge was actually achieved.
8 draft dodgers turn themselves in to authorities in Damascus Countryside
While it awaits parliamentary approval, this week's court ruling -- followed by Finance Minister Yair Lapid's freezing of the funds -- marked the first concrete sanction against draft dodgers and sparked angry reactions from ultra-Orthodox leaders who claim the military will expose their youth to secularism and undermine their devout lifestyle.
The panel is divided over a proposed clause, backed by the centrist Yesh Atid party but opposed by Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon of Netanyahu's right-wing Likud, that would impose financial penalties on draft dodgers.
However, eventually, Mofaz and his Kadima Party demanded a more stringent military draft, with less time for deferrals and heavy fines for draft dodgers, while Netanyahu favored a plan more deferential to ultra-orthodox political parties in his coalition, who resist the change.