That ad will draw blood and will—as Henry Kissinger used to say—have the additional merit of being true.
She found it very funny and entertaining to draw blood from suspects and arrestees.
“The first thing on the list of care was to draw blood,” the EMT official said.
Years later, in 2005, scientists took advantage of a more open government to draw blood samples from 93 residents of Liqian.
To draw blood, America turns its lonely eyes to the last-chance saloon provocations of…Bob Schieffer.
White doctors had sharp lancets to draw blood, scalpels to cut into sick people's bodies, saws to cut off infected limbs.
Ah, it is quite easy to draw blood, and it need be but a drop!
Captain MacIntyre's ball grazed the side of his opponent, but failed to draw blood.
If possible, they will not draw blood, even in the smallest degree.
There are three sorts of people you must not let draw blood; first ignorant and inexperienced persons.