SAND


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SANDSand Creek Massacre National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
SANDSweet Auburn Neighborhood District (Atlanta, GA)
SANDSouth Atlantans for Neighborhood Development (Georgia, USA)
SANDSpatial and Numeric Data Services (University of Michigan; Ann Arbor, MI)
SANDSteve's Amazing New Device (Microsoft codename used during Mac development)
SANDSoy in Animal Nutrition Databases (University of Illinois)
SANDSoftware Applications Networking and Development
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The tide was on the turn, and the horrid sand began to shiver.
The wind will blow you swiftly across the desert and the sand cannot touch your flesh to turn it into dust."
The sun had just set, the sea breeze was rustling and tumbling in the woods and ruffling the grey surface of the anchorage; the tide, too, was far out, and great tracts of sand lay uncovered; the air, after the heat of the day, chilled me through my jacket.
French Frank, aided by John Barleycorn, orated hypocritically about virtue and honesty, and, despite his fifty years, got Whisky Bob out on the sand and proceeded to lick him.
The Thing itself lay almost entirely buried in sand, amidst the scattered splinters of a fir tree it had shivered to frag- ments in its descent.
Then she sat down and watched Billina, who was pick-pecking away with her sharp bill in the sand and gravel, which she scratched up and turned over with her strong claws.
The weight of the three travellers was replaced with an equivalent quantity of sand, and they got out of the car.
I dug into the sand with the point of my hunting-knife.
Now works its iron will, the startled sand Blinding the combatants together locked In the death-grip; while hill and vale and stream Glow with the flash and crash of arms.
In addition, she was stiffened from the long trudge, and the sand, to her surprise, was anything but soft.
The ancient Kings of Egypt conveyed the waters of the Nile to this place by an artificial canal, now so choked with sand, that there are scarce any marks remaining of so noble and beneficial a work.
"One summer afternoon, when I had promised to go shrimping along the sands with Philip, I was waiting rather impatiently in the front drawing-room, watching Arthur handle some packets of coins he had just purchased and slowly shunt them, one or two at a time, into his own dark study and museum which was at the back of the house.