[ US /ˈænˌdɹuz/ ]
  1. United States naturalist who contributed to paleontology and geology (1884-1960)
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  • Andrews assumes that the lyric poet's freedom to dissent is only the freedom to say ‘yes’ to the American ideology - individualism.
  • The case - possibly the ultimate in town versus gown - revolves around a former manse on a quiet street in St Andrews, where students already occupy more than half the town centre accommodation.
  • Watson had grown up on the rocky coast of New Brunswick in a village with the lyrical name Saint Andrews by the Sea. The Whale Warriors
  • Acorus calamus plants originated from the Moossee, and were cultivated in a pond at the University of St Andrews.
  • When I was asked planeside in Saigon or planeside in Honolulu or planeside at Andrews Air Base as I arrived, what I'd found, I was speaking not only to the American people; I was speaking to the enemy -- to the Chinese, to the Soviets and to the Viet Cong. In Retrospect: The Tragedy and Lessons of Vietnam
  • Lillian Andrews, a scheming sexpot, seduces her married boss, causing divorce and general mayhem in the lives of those around her.
  • Over one million people (about 43% of the total) live in Kingston, Saint Andrews, and Saint Catherine, the main urban centers, while Trelawny Parish has the lowest density with 83 inhabitants/km2. Water profile of Jamaica
  • The data, assembled under the direction of Dr. Michael Andrews, chief economist for PIERS, suggest that while U.S. imports are mostly consumer goods, U.S. exports are mostly of low-value commodities such as wastepaper, chemicals, forest products wood pulp for instance, cotton and other basics. Biggest Importers And Exporters
  • It is five miles from St Andrews and a similar distance from a variety of beaches and scenic towns.
  • Of the two latest biographers, it is Nicholas Roe, a professor of English at St Andrews University, who writes most expansively about the poet's ancestry and precocious development as a poet.
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