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(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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Black oak tended to dominate on the sandiest sites, white and red oak on intermediate sites, and bur and swamp white oaks on silt-loams.
Mean forb cover was greater than graminoid cover in all but the sandiest, brightest environments [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1A OMITTED].
Bray's presupposition of ground layers dominated by prairie grasses may have led, circularly, to the now-common description of savannas (e.g., see Tester 1995) as "prairie with trees." It may also explain why Bray could find no sites fitting his grass criterion on moister, finer textured soils, given that forbs dominated all but the sandiest and sunniest microsites in the current study [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
The shift of the mean distribution of species with the steepest leaves toward siltier sites is partly an artifact of the reduction in total herb cover in the sunniest, sandiest microsites [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
The second article by Wendy Doniger is devoted to the Kedarakhanda of the Skandapurana, "The Scrapbook of Undeserved Salvation." What sets the Kedarakhanda apart is that, unlike other puranas where the unifying theme may be spacial or temporal, this first book of the first section of "the sandiest of all Puranas" has "an intellectual agenda" (p.
Get out there and try something new--from the coziest forest glampsite to the gnarliest roller coaster, from the sandiest beach to the pool where you can swim with a mermaid (really!).
IF your ideal holiday includes going mad in the best shopping city in the world and chilling out on the sandiest beaches, then Tour America have a treat for you.
Resembling an immaculate village, this attractive seven-month-old hotel nestles on one of the island's sandiest shorelines.
Convolvulus hates wet soil over winter, so choose a suitable site and incorporate plenty of grit in all but the sandiest soils.