Drail - definition of drail by The Free Dictionary
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drail ( dreɪl) angling n
(Angling) a weighted hook used in trolling
intr) to fish with a drail
[C16: apparently from trail, influenced by draw]
drail Past participle: drailed Gerund: drailing Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
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Both RICV and
DRAIL also partner with the California Department of Rehabilitation(DOR), which refers individuals to ILCs approved as vendors by DOR for job preparation and placement services.
By listening to the young man's needs and wants and providing job coaching and training,
DRAIL found the perfect "fit" for him C a job detailing cars.
Hansen is quick to point out that
is not just about braille and computers, even though they offer computer classes for the visually impaired who can no longer read large screens or rely on screen reading programs such as JAWS or Window Eyes.