Sandy may refer to:
- Characteristic of sand
- Sandy (name), including a list of people with the name
- Hurricane Sandy, a tropical cyclone of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season
- Sandy brown, a shade of brown
Other articles related to "sandy":
... Bill and Sandy Kelly are the average all-American parents ... Bill works a normal job and Sandy stays home and takes care of the home ...
... Frederick Thomas Bidlake is commemorated by a garden and monument, at Girtford Bridge ... It was unveiled on 23 September 1934 as more than 4,000 watched W ...
... Sandy was a female member of the yearbook committee ... Sandy was later seen, hanging out with some archetypal greasers in the hallway ...
... Written and directed by Sandy Wilson based on her own childhood, the film stars Margaret Langrick as Sandy Wilcox, a pre-teen girl growing up on a ranch in rural Penticton, British Columbia in the ... Sandy's longing to be treated as an adult is roused even further when her older American cousin Butch Walker (John Wildman) comes for a visit ... A 2006 On Screen! documentary about the film featured interviews with director Sandy Wilson and leading actress Margaret Langrick ...
... He was played by Gary Sandy ... and one critic went so far as to describe Sandy as "Gary Tyler Moore." However, as the first season went on, it became apparent that Sandy did not resonate ... Despite this change, Sandy retained top billing for all four seasons ...
Famous quotes containing the word sandy:
“Let a man get up and say, Behold, this is the truth, and instantly I perceive a sandy cat filching a piece of fish in the background. Look, you have forgotten the cat, I say.”
—Virginia Woolf (18821941)
“Here is no water but only rock
Rock and no water and the sandy road
The road winding above among the mountains
Which are mountains of rock without water
If there were water we should stop and drink
Amongst the rock one cannot stop or think”
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)
“So near along lifes stream are the fountains of innocence and youth making fertile its sandy margin; and the voyageur will do well to replenish his vessels often at these uncontaminated sources.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)