Washington pumped $37 million into that project over five years, with draper Laboratory in Massachusetts leading the way.
Both ladies share commonalities in their beauty—Betty was a model when she met draper, and Daisy was the aristocratic head-turner.
Watch as draper is surprised to find that his "little friend" is waiting for him in his office.
Show, draper writes, "united and unyielding opposition to the president's economic policies."
“I love it when they underestimate her,” Mansour told draper.
Proposals of a marriage between Mr. draper and my daughter Susanna.
However, after dinner, she again referred to the draper's shop.
Nor was Mr. draper displeased by the young Virginian's silent and haughty demeanour.
"Stay here until I come back," I ordered and hurried to the draper's.
His heart, generally so quiet, began to beat violently; he hastened to Petrovitch, who accompanied him to a draper's shop.
mid-14c. (mid-12c. as a surname), "one who weaves and/or sells cloth," from Anglo-French draper, Old French drapier (13c.) "draper, clothes-seller, clothes-maker," agent noun from drap (see drape (v.)).