from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A sandpapering-machine: as, a disk-sander (one employing a revolving disk covered with sandpaper), a belt-sander, a blind-sander, a sunder and polisher.
- noun A device on a locomotive or an electric car for sanding the track.
- noun See
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- proper noun A taxonomic
genuswithin the family Percidae— zander.
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- noun a power tool used for sanding wood; an endless loop of sandpaper is moved at high speed by an electric motor
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She says those pants "are the engine of Raf Simons' collection for Sander, which is a minimalist triumph of color, comfort, and clean lines."
PETER STIGTER & JONAS GUSTAVSSON Slender black pants are the engine of Raf Simons ' collection for Jil Sander, which is a minimalist triumph of color, comfort, and clean lines, writes the Journal's Christina Binkley.
Simon's current contract at Jil Sander, which is supposedly not due to expire anytime soon .
Her husband, Papa, also known as Sander Yi Chung Ho, was at the grill.
It announces the new ownership of the store, now called Sander's Market.
"Sander," as his friends know him, figured to become a lawyer, just like his mother and father back in Colorado.
From Rehearsal to Final Jam: “Hasta La Vista” Join Barron and Sander aka actors Jordan Francis and Roshon Fegan for a backstage look at the making of one of the movie’s hottest musical numbers.
"Sander" has commented that cowardly customers left without helping the clerk, but from what I can see, the "people leaving" are actually the clerk himself.
The principal street, "Sander," is broad and cleanly paved in the middle with square stones, and at the sides with bricks.
'Sander's Children: Figurative Photography in the Tradition of August Sander'