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sandy

(esp of hair) reddish-yellow

Sandy

Little Orphan Annie’s dog. [Comics: “Little Orphan Annie” in Horn, 459]
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Sandy

told endless tales as she and Boss traveled. [Am. Lit.: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court]
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Be aware that with sandier soils, plants can dehydrate quickly, so you'll need to irrigate and fertilize more than with a clay soil.
(1983), Frey and Luechinger (2003), Sandier and Arce (2003), Arce and Sandier (2005), and Sandier and Arce (2007)).
Sandier, Wolchik, and Ayers (2008) highlighted the notion that outcomes, both positive and negative, are not predicted by any single factor but rather by the accumulation of risk and protective factors.
Sandier will stay on as an outside consultant with the company through the end of 2008.
Mr Sandier unveiled details of an operating plan under which the bank has promised to repay around pounds 24bn in government loans by the end of 2010.
In an era when the news media have been battered by scandals involving fabricated stories, accusations that they failed to do their jobs in the run-up to the Iraq war, and constant criticism that they favor entertainment over substance, Sandier retains a deeply romantic view of the power of good journalism.
Sandier, a gastroenterologist at the Cleveland Clinic Florida in Weston.
"You have to plan your exit and reentry," says executive Debra Sandier. "Then you can enjoy that space in between." Sandier learned that any number of circumstances can force a woman to re-evaluate her professional standing, a move that may result in her leaving a job.
Her 2006 book, Righteous: Dispatches from the Evangelical Youth Movement, found its genesis when, producing a series for All Things Considered on youth and religion in the United States, Sandier happened upon a nascent Christian youth movement stirring in group houses and church basements.
Parental involvement refers to actions and initiatives taken by parents to secure their children' academic success (Hoover-Dempsey et al., 2001; Hoover-Dempsey et al., 2005; Walker, Wilkins, Dallaire, Sandier, & Hoover-Dempsey, 2005; Xu, (2006); Xu & Corno, 2006).
"Bevacizumab, in combination with chemotherapy, is the first therapy in 10 years to improve on standard first-line treatment for advanced lung cancer and the first FDA-approved therapy every to extend survival for these patients beyond one year in a large, randomized clinical study," points out Alan Sandier, an oncology director at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center in Nashville.