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draw

( oneself ) aside [for someone] to move aside. I drew myself aside so the children could pass. He drew himself aside so Maggie could pass.

draw someone (or an animal)

out of something and draw someone or an animal out to lure someone or an animal out of something or some place. I thought the smell of breakfast would draw him out of his slumber. The catnip drew out the cat from under the front porch.

draw

( someone or something ) from something to sketch (someone or something) from a particular source, such as memory, real life, a photograph, etc. He is a very good artist. He can draw from a photograph or a painting. I will try to draw him from memory.

lure someone or something away (from someone or something)

to entice or draw someone away from someone or something. Do you think we could lure her away from her present employment? They were not able to lure away many of the employees of the other companies.
See also: away, lure

lure someone or something in to something

 and lure someone or something in
to entice someone or something into something or a place. The thief tried to lure the tourist into an alley to rob him. Using an old trick, the thief lured in the tourist.
See also: lure

draw

/get a bead on
To take careful aim at.

draw

/haul/pull in (one's) horns Informal
1. To restrain oneself; draw back.
2. To retreat from a previously taken position, view, or stance.
3. To economize.
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As founder member of The Heartbreakers alongside former New York Dolls, Johnny Thunders and Jerry Nolan, Lure carved his name in punk folklore as part of the ill-fated Anarchy tour with the Sex Pistols, The Damned and The Clash that crashed following the Pistols' infamous appearance on the Bill Grundy Show.
The upper part of this trap can be attached to the base, which allows traps to be transported with the liquid lure inside; (Fig.
Lauri and local customers caught a bunch offish in Finnish waters (and survived World War II) before LIFE Magazine--a very big deal in 1962--did a feech on the lure and the man.
Lockett Lure Outlet products can be found in over 1,000 tackle shops across the United States.
Suh and ARS colleague John Westbrook asked the manufacturer to produce a lure that replicated the ratio of the natural components, and they compared that lure with the standard-blend lure in field trials in Mexico and South Texas.
What's more, the plastic blends are tailored to allow each lure to sink and remain at a specified depth from 2 to 60 ft or more, using no lead weights.
Aesthetic appeal" is an attraction to beauty, Does Earhart's description of a night flight convince you that "the lure of beauty" is why she flew?
In this same magazine was an article titled, "A Lure Fish Can't Pass Up," showcasing Lauri Rapala's original floating lure.
If I had to pick one lure that outfishes them all, it would have to be a 1/4-ounce, gold Cleo.
I want to know what the lure is all about - who made it, why it was designed the way it was.
In a deal approved earlier this month in Scarborough, Maine, the town will provide $8 million from a tax district to lure Cabela's.
ALAN SMITH had the shock of his angling life when a lure fishing session on the Oxford Canal produced a magnificent 30lb 12oz mirror carp.
Any collector interested in antique fishing lures and the history of fishing lure production will find all the answers in Fishing Lure Collectibles, a clear guide to a notoriously difficult collecting hobby focus.
Fishing Lure Collectibles: An Encyclopedia Of The Modern Era, 1940 To Present by Dudley and Deanie Murphy is an in-depth illustrated compendium showcasing the great variety of fishing lures which have been developed from 1940 to the present time.
Norm Price, inventor & CEO of Hooked On Recycling & The Original Bottle Cap Lure Company reports that he has volunteers collecting bottlecaps to use for fishing lures.