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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 ?
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.
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 will provide lard for the stuff-lard for the omelette," said the hospitable gentleman with sandy whiskers.
The collie listened, with his wise head on one side; he grinned when she described the polite gentleman with sandy whiskers.
The peninsula is traversed by stern and barren mountains, and has many sandy plains, where the only sign of vegetation is the cylindrical cactus growing among the clefts of the rocks.
With this exit speech, which he considered effective, Wiry Ben shouldered his basket and left the workshop, quickly followed by Mum Taft and Sandy Jim.
Sandy Spring Bank will now have combined assets of nearly USD7.
Now officially part of Sandy Spring Bank, WashingtonFirst Bank's branding will change to Sandy Spring Bank with the full conversion of systems expected to occur later this quarter.
24 October 2017 - Maryland, US-based bank holding company Sandy Spring Bancorp, Inc.
First diagnosed in July 2016 with stage 4 chronic kidney disease, Sandy Centeno's condition has worsened to stage 5 after she failed to undergo regular treatment for lack of money.
As the process of healing continues for those affected by the Sandy Hook school massacre in December 2012, a big step will be taken Friday when the new building for the Sandy Hook Elementary School will be opened to the public in Newtown, Connecticut.