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drafter

d raf ter

  • n  a writer of a draft

  • Early drafter tells NY Observer she's giving up, saying with Schwarzenegger's backing of McCain, she's convinced the NYC mayor won't run: "Even his good buddies are backing McCain.
  • After all, "the best bill drafter in Albany" had rewritten the charterand on his own behalf.
  • No doubt Jefferson's criticism influenced the turnabout on this issue of fellow Virginian James Madison, who was a principal drafter of the Constitution and who later proposed the .
Quotes

  • Condoleezza Rice in Reuters.uk
    We are very supportive of the European Union draft,Rice said in Washington but added: "It's no secret we would have preferred to have this earlier had we been the lone drafter, and of course there might have been other things in it."
  • Ong Ka Ting in New Straits Times
    MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting said: "Even the drafter of the ISA, the late Professor RH Hickling, had said the act was only intended against communist insurgents and those bent on armed struggle."
  • Bobby Hamilton in WhoWon.com
    I was labeled one time until I run good down here a couple of times and won at Talladega in a Cup car that I wasn'ta drafter but a half-mile guy,Hamilton said. "Now that I have won on both of the biggest race tracks and most of the...

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