from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Sloan, John French 1871-1951. American painter whose scenes of urban life include Sunday, Women Drying Their Hair (1912).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A surname.
- proper n. A female given name
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SLOAN, Iowa (KTIV) -- Seven months after a terrible accident shocked the community of Sloan, Iowa, those affected would like to give back to all who have shown them support.
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"I was lonesome for you, so I called Sloan to come down and spend the day with me,"
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I knew I was probably going to get the same message from him that I had gotten from the doctor at Sloan, that is, that I needed the stem cell transplant, that I would have to be in the hospital for months, and face the dangers associated with the most invasive high-intensity chemotherapy possible.
"Good news!" called Sloan cheerily, and extended the paper.
Barkley called Sloan's invitation "one of the greatest compliments of my life."
Quarterback turned tight end Rob Kass calls Sloan a "football genius."
Voters recalled Sloan by a 736-vote margin, 2,490 to 1,754.
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