Examples from the Web for sande
When a girl goes through the procedure among the Sande, she is sworn to secrecy.
In her story, Azango quoted a 47-year-old woman who went through the painful procedure among the Sande when she was 13.
Fear of the Zoes, the traditional Sande and Poro leaders, is to blame, he said.
Trinidad Galves, a young woman, aged sixteen, lived at 1364 Sande and was taken sick there on April 25.
Sande's relation of 1576 has been published in Retana's Archivo, ii, no. 1.The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803|E.H. Blair
Sande, this is a pure Saxon word, signifying Mission, or being sent.An Apology For The Study of Northern Antiquities|Elizabeth Elstob
These facts account for the epidemic at 1364 Sande very completely.
It is interesting to note that "All alients for roulinge on the sande te paye pr tonn IId."The Cornwall Coast|Arthur L. Salmon