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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.
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This is far from tiresome since he is a marvelous draughtsman and colorist, and the reproductions are well photographed.
A new guide on how to use the ROTOZIP Spiral Saw has been written by experienced draughtsman Joel Gessele.
Draughtsman, under Ken Whelan, caused a 16-1 surprise when taking advantage of Moscow Flyer's tumble in the beginners chase, getting up close home to beat Poetry Man by three quarters of a length, much to the delight of owner/trainer Louise Wood.
He was a pamphleteer and literary critic as well as a painter and skilled draughtsman but it is as the promoter of the avant garde fad, Vorticism and as a novelist that he is best remembered.
These two videos provide an in-depth view of Michelangelo as painter, sculptor, draughtsman, and architect.
Artists are frequently less appealing than the work they produce; George Orwell remarked famously that one ought to be able to remember "simultaneously" that Salvador Dali is both "a good draughtsman and a disgusting human being." Cadmus was the polar opposite of Dali; his personality was as luminous as his painting.
The exhibition titled 'The Autonomous Draughtsman' has been curated by Aasim Akhtar while the participating artists include Anas Ghauri, Babar Gull, Bilal Khalid, Farrukh Adnan, Huma Iftikhar, Huma Maqbool, Imran Mudassar, Rehana Mangi and Ramsha Rubbani.
Recent scholarship has unravelled these improbably conjoined tropes, revising Vasari's indictment of Andrea as spineless, and probing in nuanced ways--and with the benefit of scientific technology--his artistic practice and the methods behind his extraordinary achievements as a draughtsman and painter.
Newcastle supporter Steve Walker, 40, of Gateshead, draughtsman, said: "I was devastated.
I am 70-years-old and started work as an apprentice draughtsman. Our companies were full of skilled draughtsmen and tracers.
Peter Bashford said: "My grandfather John Bashford worked at the Stockton foundry, my father worked at Mandale Works and then moved to the drop forge at Seaton Carew and my younger brother at the Thornaby works as a draughtsman.