- A short form of Alexandra and, less often, of Cassandra. (Wiktionary)
“I met a woman so lovely, who went by the name of Sandra, who helped guide me through the whole experience.”
“A tattoo model who had an affair with Jesse James says too many dogs sleep in Sandra Bullock's bed.”
“I think what irks me about Sandra is that what she is really doing is selling pre-packaged foods in the name of helping women.”
“Posted in Sandra Buckler resigns, communications director, conservative.”
“Sandra is way prettier, but I do see what you mean.”
“The same was also sadly true at The Hawthorns on Saturday, leaving Lee Bowyer in hot water for launching a foul-mouthed post-substitution tirade against a grandmother called Sandra, who was sitting with her seven-year-old grandson, Luke.”
“Sandra is a shameless flirt, but really fun and even more jaw-dropping than I remembered.”
“I am so into the wasabi peas lately, I must get loads of these. and although Sandra is trying to convince us to go veggie for the trip ...”
“Sandra comes from the hottestup and coming section of Midtown.”
“My dear friend Sandra is struggling against a storm.”
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