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sandy

(esp of hair) reddish-yellow

Sandy

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

Sandy

told endless tales as she and Boss traveled. [Am. Lit.: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court]
References in classic literature ?
After some more talk about this, I says: "Sandy, I notice that I hardly ever see a white angel; where I run across one white angel, I strike as many as a hundred million copper-colored ones - people that can't speak English.
"Don't mention it, Sandy," says I, coloring up a little; "I wouldn't have had the family see it for any amount you are a mind to name.
"Well, there's England, Sandy - the English district of heaven."
"Sandy," says I, "did you see a good many of the great people history tells about?"
"It's pretty lonesome, Sandy; I reckon there's a hitch somewheres.
"Keep your eyes on the Grand Stand and the miles of seats - sharp!" says Sandy, "and listen for the gun-fire."
As we went along home, Sandy said it was a great success, and the barkeeper would have a right to be proud of it forever.
"I notice some regret in your voice," says Sandy, "and it is natural enough; but let bygones be bygones; you went according to your lights, and it is too late now to mend the thing."
Sandy Spring Bancorp Inc., (NASDAQ: SASR), the parent company of Sandy Spring Bank, has said that its board of directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend of USD0.30 per share on its common stock.
SNP councillor Sandy Stuart, who represented the Bridge of Don ward, died surrounded by his family at aberdeen Royal Infirmary yesterday.
Freddie Sandy was a former vice president of the Staffordshire Lawn Tennis Association, one of the founders of Stafford Grammar School and opened what is thought to be one of the first takeaways of its kind in the country.
Sandy announced her divorce from her husband, director Hazem Ketana after a marriage that lasted for a year.