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draft board

n. a tavern; a saloon. (Alludes to draft beer.) Let’s stop in the local draft board and toss a couple.
See also: board, draft
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Smith said he was approved for a draft board following an interview.
Players must also have been on the previous draft board and must not have their rights held by any other WPS team.
At this time of year when you hear that a prospect's stock is rising or falling, that Team X brought in Player Y for a visit, or that Reggie Bush isn't at the top of the Texans' draft board, well, caveat emptor.
The draft is designed for swift implementation, said Indritz, leaving precious little time for a young man to gather evidence of his beliefs to present to a draft board.
AMH has a draft board swap policy which includes limits on notional amounts, counterparty requirements, and mandates weekly mark-to-market reporting to management and a monthly swap report to the board.
Even though he is ranked 30th by ESPN's draft board, Melo has the ability to be a good backup center early in his career, and ultimately help teams who lack interior defense around the league.
Just as Leaf, who was taken right behind Indianapolis' Manning in 1998, remains the poster boy for quarterback busts, Tom Brady is proof that all great quarterbacks aren't found atop the draft board.
95 per league, but early bird purchasers save $20 and receive their choice of bonus items such as t-shirts, trophies or a draft board to use while hosting draft parties.
He organized numerous draft board raids during the war in which peace activists would enter Selective Service System offices to destroy records of draft-eligible men.
Referred to as a cross between Chris Carter and Michael Irvin, Williams has spent the year working out and prepping for the NFL with the hopes of seeing his name at the top of the draft board.
The Webster Area Draft Board mailed questionnaires at about the same time to 11 men in Oxford, 13 in Auburn, three in Douglas, and 23 from Webster for the nation's first peace-time military draft.
Prospect watch: Next year's draft isn't expected to be as deep as this year's - remember the new rule prohibiting players jumping directly from high school to college and the 19-year-old minimum - but a handful of prospects are already making their move atop the draft board.
During the Vietnam War, brothers Philip and Daniel--then both priests--often made daily headlines for their outspoken opposition to the war and their subsequent draft board raids in which they destroyed the records of draft-eligible men.
Professor Preston King was tried and convicted in 1961 by an all-white Georgia jury after refusing to undergo a physical examination until his local draft board stopped using his first name and addressed him as "mister.
But right after Pearl Harbor, when America itself was attacked, the draft board came down hard and gave Gratz a choice: him or his older brother.