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Sande

[san-dee] /ˈsæn di/
noun
1.
Earl, 1898–1968, U.S. jockey and racehorse trainer.
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  • These facts account for the epidemic at 1364 Sande very completely.

    Plague Thomas Wright Jackson
  • Sande's relation of 1576 has been published in Retana's Archivo, ii, no. 1.

  • It is interesting to note that "All alients for roulinge on the Sande te paye pr tonn IId."

    The Cornwall Coast Arthur L. Salmon
  • Trinidad Galves, a young woman, aged sixteen, lived at 1364 Sande and was taken sick there on April 25.

    Plague Thomas Wright Jackson
  • Sande, this is a pure Saxon word, signifying Mission, or being sent.

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