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draw down

1. To physically pull or tug something down. Because I wasn't feeling well, I drew down the shades in my bedroom and took a nap in the middle of the afternoon.
2. To use up an available resource. I went out to chop more firewood since we've drawn down our supply this winter.
3. To point a gun at someone. Before I knew it, he drew down on me, so I put my hands up.
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draw something down

to pull something down. She drew the shades down to cut off the bright sunlight. She drew down the shades.
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draw down

Deplete by consuming or spending, as in The government worries about drawing down our oil reserves.
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draw down

v.
1. To pull something down, especially by extending it: Draw down the shades so I can get dressed. The stagehand drew the curtain down after the first act.
2. To deplete something by consuming or spending: The embargo drew down our food reserves. The increased costs drew our budget down.
See also: down, draw
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Let [P.sup.ND] = X + Y be the pot size when each bidder chooses their optimal number of tickets in the two-stage charity raffle with no draw down. Note that PND is the same as the pot size of a standard one-stage raffle.
The initial equity Draw Down forms part of an equity and debt subscription agreement (the "MESA") entered into by GeneNews and Milost for up to USD 10m in total proceeds.
"This allows us to comfortably draw down the money from the federal government."
Healthcare information technology company CareView Communications (OTCBB:CRVW) reported on Tuesday the draw down of USD20m under its existing credit agreement with PDL BioPharma (PDL) (NasdaqGS:PDLI) as well as an amendment
A special feature of this loan was an earnout where the borrower will be able to draw down significantly more money as the income of the property increases, due to renting up of more spaces.
So with our new flexible deal we were able to draw down pounds 12,500 on the equity for a deposit on the flat and pounds 5,000 to do it up and furnish it.
support contract - 24x7 for firewalls/ips with on-site support if required 8x5 for endpoint protection draw down days- ability to utilise draw down days for specific tasks, ips tuning for example.
Pharming will have the option to draw down from the working capital facility in tranches in exchange for its ordinary shares plus retain control of the timing and amount of any funds draw down.
Mentioned in the Budget Speechof 1989 and subsequently introduced under Memorandum 101,SIPPs really came into their own when the concept of income draw down was set out in the Finance Act 1995.
* The landlord should make sure the letter of credit is as simple as possible, providing that the landlord may draw down funds solely on its statement that the funds are due and owing.
The Company may elect to draw down the New Facility no more than once each month and in a sum of not less than 500,000 and up to 1 million, unless otherwise agreed with LOG.
The deal allows Rage to draw down funds as and when it needs them over the next two years, up to a maximum of pounds 15m.
"If the building is paying taxes already, you can't draw down on the abatement."
Distt- Sheohar for year 2017-18: Development of tube well in accordance with IS : 2800 (part I) and IS: 11189, to establish maximum rate of usable water yield without sand content (beyond permissible limit), with required capacity air compressor, running the compressor for required time till well is fully develo ped, measuring yield of well by "V" notch method or any other approved method, measuring static level & draw down etc.
The maximum investment limit for any one draw down of the equity line is USD0.5m and there cannot be more than two draw downs during any 30-day period.