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draft·er

 (drăf′tər)
n.
One that drafts, especially a person who drafts plans or designs or a person who composes a document.
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Noun1.drafter - a writer of a draftdrafter - a writer of a draft      
author, writer - writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)
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277) As Bressman and Gluck have noted, this substantial, but not overwhelming, response from both drafter populations is similar to the divide in the scholarly debate and may be due in part to the Supreme Court's failure to date to provide more clarity.
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Malkiewich started as a legislative bill drafter in 1981 after graduating from law school.
The text also helps the drafter begin the bill or law by defining the problem involved, searching out the collateral questions, and organizing the bill.
The drafter from military-ruled Myanmar, however, has opted to leave the issue up to his foreign minister to decide, while the drafters from Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam said they cannot commit because they have yet to establish their respective human rights commissions.
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