American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of south-central Arizona southeast of Phoenix. It is a residential community and winter resort. Population: 241,000.
- Chandler, Raymond Thornton 1888-1959. American novelist noted for creating the character Philip Marlowe, a tough and cynical detective. His works include The Big Sleep (1939) and Farewell, My Lovely (1940).
“CHANDLER -- An out-of-control vehicle narrowly missed hitting a Department of Public Safety officer investigating an accident in Chandler Tuesday morning.”
“CHANDLER -- One suspect is in custody and two others are on the loose after they allegedly opened fire on a vehicle in Chandler.”
“CHANDLER -- Chandler police say a suspect who likes to steal cosmetics has resurfaced after nearly six months.”
“CHANDLER -- Some parents say their children were exposed to an anti-abortion and anti-gay campaign inside a Chandler haunted house.”
“CHANDLER -- Chandler police are investigating the discovery of man's body found in a large water fountain in front of a $1 million home in a neighborhood that backs up to a golf course.”
“CHANDLER -- Police say three Chandler teens were arrested after a night of crime.”
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English surnames based upon an occupation. As one would expect, many of the occupations that lent themselves to these surnames no longer exist, and variant spellings abound.
Candles, candle-making; photometry, and a couple of oily fish used as light sources.
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