drawer

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drawer

1. a person who draws up a commercial paper
2. Archaic a person who draws beer, etc., in a bar

drawer

[′drȯ·ər]
(engineering)
A box or receptacle that slides or rolls on tracks within a cabinet.
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"Since some were even older than I and suffering from various illnesses," says Franco, "I felt great pressure to speed up the process of producing this book." Soon, he had collected several drawerfuls of documents and data and about sixteen hours of taped interviews.
But every picture tells a story and for every glossy image of Britain's top stars, there are drawerfuls of forgotten photographs to remind them of their roots.
Pausing to compose herself, Nigella also revealed she had taken Xanax, a prescription drug for panic attacks - but denied keeping "drawerfuls" of it at her home.