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Dra·per

(drā'pĕr),
John William, English chemist, 1811-1882. See: Draper law.
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It was Draper's third victory in the competition, having also sent out Farloe Hack in 2004.
Draper Esprit said the company is "now one of the world's fastest growing payment firms".
Excavation work has now started at Drapers' Hall which is undergoing an ambitious restoration project led by the Prince's Foundation.
To make the jump to the Windy City and set up future expansion, Draper opened Raygun to outside investors for the first time, selling a 20 percent share in the company to raise about $582,000 in equity financing.
With several players ruled out, Tudno were no match for the ruthless Saints - and in particular the league's top scorer Draper who marked his return to the starting line-up with a predatory one man show.
A 37-year real estate industry veteran, Polich re-joined Draper and Kramer in 2014 as Chief Development Officer after serving as a vice president with the firm for eight years during the 1980s.
The signing took place on the sidelines of Draper's visit to Monshaat's headquarters in Riyadh, where he attended a number of important panel discussions on financial technology, venture capital, entrepreneurial ecosystem and the scale up programmes in Saudi Arabia.
Draper lost her seat on the bench after 51.8 percent of voters opted not to retain her, according to the unofficial results published by the Missouri Secretary of State's office.
Guy Draper been recognized by the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police State Lodge with a Valor Award for actions last year that prevented an active shooter from killing or injuring innocent people.
JACK DRAPER failed at the last hurdle in his attempt to make history in the boys' final.
JACK DRAPER had never heard of Stanley Matthews Jnr - now can't wait to emulate his achievement.