- Sir Hans,1660–1753, English physician and naturalist.
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Examples from the Web for sloane
“Diversification” is a hedge fund wife eschewing a Lily Pulitzer tote bag in favor of one made by Sloane Ranger or Jonathan Adler.The Hell of the Hamptons: Why the Exclusive Hotspot Is a Mind-Numbing Drag
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Sloane Stephens Why You Might Know Her: In early 2013 she became the first American teenager to defeat Serena—ever.12 Things You Didn’t Know About the Quirky Stars of Wimbledon
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“As long as the writers and producers keep it fresh,” Sloane says, the future of daytime soaps is secure.
“The predictions of the death of the daytime soap were greatly exaggerated,” Sloane says.
Sloane means, correctly, that daytime soaps are not just loved; they are unique.
And did she tell you that Mrs. Sloane Schuyler begged to have her presented?The Bacillus of Beauty
The lights of Victoria saw him too, and Sloane Square, and the railings of the park.The Secret Agent
The latter interest had brought Hastings to the Sloane country home in Virginia.
Sloane's got his mind set on seeing you; and you won't regret it.
"It's knocked me out—completely," Sloane said, surrendering the torch to Wilton.