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sand hill

[′san ‚hil]
(geology)
A ridge of sand, especially a sand dune in a desert region.
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Introduced in 2016 in India, Google Sand Hill program partners with high growth companies and works with them across products areas to help them navigate the challenges as they become the next generation of top companies.
The new office is part of Bridge Bank's plans to expand the EFR Group, and it has identified Sand Hill Road as its ideal location to establish relationships with the neighbouring venture capital and private equity communities.
Sand Hill Property Company is creating an iconic project; the central gathering place for Cupertino."
The SEC found that Sand Hill was offering and selling security-based swaps contracts to retail investors outside the regulatory framework of a national securities exchange, and without the required registration statements in effect.
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The local word for the practice is tat'ees, which is derived from ta'as, the Arabic name for a sand hill or dune, he said.
Dave's Pond, 1 1/4 miles NE of Sandcut in northeastern Vigo County, Indiana, is compared to "Sand Hill", now part of Deming Park on the eastern edge of Terre Haute, Indiana, which was a favored collecting site of the naturalist W.
Korn is currently located in First Republic's Palo Alto office, and will move to the bank's new Menlo Park office on Sand Hill Road when it opens at the end of the first quarter.
The robbery happened close to the shore of Chasewater lake, near Chasetown, on Wednesday, June 3, as the youngster was playing in an area known as the Sand Hill.