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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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On Sunday, his lawyer said Agca was still considered a draft dodger because an earlier medical report declaring him unfit had not been approved.
The day after that chummy phone call, the pro-government Politika magazine ran a scornful profile of Clinton, calling him "a scandal-tainted draft dodger looking for photo opportunities.
Pundits ponder who's the biggest draft dodger of them all.
To pass the time, she roams the dirt roads with her best friends, an educated young black woman named Wilma (Elise Neal), and numskull draft dodger Will (Mark Webber).
Clinton was accused by Vietnam veterans of being a draft dodger during that terrible war.
John Wayne was prevented from joining up by an old football injury, so he was not a draft dodger (Mirror Mailbox, Page 33, November 12).
Readers may not be aware that more Canadians served in Vietnam than in Korea, and that for every draft dodger who fled to Canada, a Canadian volunteer served (technically illegally) in Vietnam.
Maybe me - "the coward" - and my friends the draft dodger, baby killer and the person with PTSD were not typical of how others experienced that war, but after Vietnam we never spoke to each other about how each of us dealt with a situation our government put us into.
The effort faced pressure to oust Rustin when Strom Thurmond attacked him as a Communist, draft dodger, and homosexual.
If Gray Davis was right to compare his governing California to Vietnam, then I feel comfortable calling him a draft dodger.
Ian Holm was wonderful as the cross-dressing draft dodger who slept his way through the band and marked each conquest with a rose on his drumkit.
The problem, though, was not that Liman looked too Jewish or that John Nields, the long-haired House counsel, looked too much like a draft dodger, but that, as the committee tried to champion the "rule of law," it consented to a rule of lawyers.