from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- See Chari.
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- proper n. A female given name, variant of Sherry or a pet form of Sharon.
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- n. an African river that flows northwest into Lake Chad
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Thus would become possible not only the storage of vast quantities of data, but its nearly instantaneous retrieval from remote-access sites such as the personal computer at which I sat one day in January 2001 and idly fed the name Shari Basner into an Internet search engine.
Shari is reasonably content, our checkbook is slightly chubbier, and I still get to honor the animal.
In fact, Shari is something of a venison snob, turning up her nose at the bland flavor and fat-laden nature of beef.
Shari is looking for book recommendations, donations, and people to help out.
Kando sternly asked the little girl-was her name Shari something?
He demands Islamic law known as Shari'ah to be the law of the land.
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