[san-droh; Italian sahn-draw]
- a male given name.
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Examples from the Web for sandro
In their most successful collaboration, photographer Sandro Miller transformed John Malkovich into the subjects of iconic photos.The Man Behind Marilyn Malkovich
October 2, 2014
Stepping in for Helayel is Blue Farrier, who has previously worked at Chloé, Stella McCartney, and Sandro.Amanda Seyfried Nabs Another Givenchy Campaign; Saks and Neiman Marcus to Merge?
The Fashion Beast Team
May 23, 2013
This so-called “Madonna of the Magnificat” was painted in Florence around 1485 by Sandro Botticelli and his team.Paul Allen Goes Old Master
October 8, 2012
Even Sandro Bondi, the Italian culture minister, heavy-handedly entered the fray by attacking Tarantino's judgment as "elitist."Sofia Coppola Plays It Cool
December 20, 2010
After Savonarola's death, Sandro must have lost heart, and gone into Dante altogether.Ariadne Florentina
"Sandro is dressed," she retorted with apparent irrelevance.
It was Wilkes—or Sandro, as Peaches insisted upon calling him.
And you'll find the world a good deal like your aunt, Sandro.
So far as lay in her power, Sandro's Empress should know the whole truth about Sandro.