- a person or thing that sands or sandpapers.
Origin of sander
- a male given name, form of Alexander.
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Examples from the Web for sander
This date was noted last week by Sander Levin, the ranking Democrat on the House Ways and Means Committee.The Woman at the Center of the IRS ‘Scandal’ Must Be Clairvoyant
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A year later, Sander resigned due to reported conflicts with Prada's CEO Patrizio Bertelli.Jil Sander Leaves Her Namesake Label; Calvin Klein to Design Drake's Tour Wardrobe
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George had written to committee Democrat Sander Levin denying that “Progressive” was used as a screening term in 2010.The Nature of the Beast: The Breathless Press and the Phony IRS ‘Scandal’
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Sander and Taylor say that this is exactly what mismatch theory would predict, because preferences cascade.
If Sander and Taylor are right, affirmative action may be a policy that hurts Asians and helps no one.
As soon, therefore, as the city fell I was to hasten thither and there meet Sander.
The letter was unsigned, but the handwriting that of my astute agent, Sander.
Sander came to see me the same evening at my club in London.
If Mr. Sander knew more he did not take me further into his confidence.
There remained, therefore, nothing but to pay Mr. Sander and bid him farewell.
- a power-driven tool for smoothing surfaces, esp wood, plastic, etc, by rubbing with an abrasive disc
- a person who uses such a device
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