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Dra·per

(drā'pĕr),
John William, English chemist, 1811-1882. See: Draper law.
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The Draper Center 4-Week professional training program is designed to prepare our students for a career in dance," said Jamey Leverett, Artistic Director of The Draper Center for Dance Education, "By providing them with diverse training from this outstanding group of guest faculty, we challenge them to refine their artistry, build on their technique, and gain insight on future career goals.
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In 1985, Draper and two friends, John Fisher and Steve Jurvetson, founded Draper Fisher Jurvetson in Menlo Park, California.
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.
Draper said he will use his position on the Wimbledon Championships committee to lobby for women players to achieve a parity which he insists is essential for tennis to be regarded as a "modern" sport.
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.