from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Samuel
- proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Samantha
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In leather manufacturing, to damp (skins) with cold water in the process of dressing.
- To season (skins) to a uniform ten per.
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E.g., if Sammy is seven years old, then the sentence ˜Sammy believes that snow is powdered sugar™ could be true; but if this sentence is true, then (by our criterion of ontological commitment) its
Slammin 'Sammy is clearly gripping himself occupied these days.
Of course, when the other people in our group heard the name Sammy Davis Jr., they all wanted to meet him, too.
Randy has to be getting some kind of kickback from Sam, but Sammy is making him look like a fool for supporting all of his lies now and future.
The problem for Sammy is that despite what Brecht may have alleged, the N. Irish Executive cannot dissolve the people and elect another.
Sammy is definitely interested, but she is naturally slower at everything (having never done it before and being a over a year younger which is eons to a toddler) and even when I have them take turns the outcome is that Sammy does very little and then it is Alex's turn again.
And we understand that the narrator, Sammy, is correct: the world will be hard on him.
Sammy is trying way too hard to be cute/stylish/evocative with his reviews, and it comes up epic lame.
Sammy is one of our more experienced players, and our other guards will need to step up in his absence.
Each team can choose only two players who have yet to reach Class AA, and the Nationals already have theirs in Sammy Solis and Derek Norris.