a small, stemless lily, Leucocrinum montanum, of the western U.S., having white, fragrant flowers.
- Sand-lime brick
[sand-lahym] /ˈsændˌlaɪm/ noun 1. a hard brick composed of silica sand and a lime of high calcium content, molded under high pressure and baked.
noun 1. a common lizard, Lacerta agilis, of Europe and central Asia. 2. any of several lizards, as the fringe-toed lizard, that live in sandy areas. noun 1. a small greyish-brown European lizard, Lacerta agilis, that has long clawed digits and, in the male, bright green underparts: family Lacertidae
noun 1. a vacant lot used by youngsters for games or sports. adjective 2. Also, sand-lot. of, relating to, or played in such a lot: sandlot baseball. noun (US) 1. an area of vacant ground used by children for playing baseball and other games 2. (modifier) denoting a game or sport played on a sandlot: […]
noun, plural sandmen. 1. the man who, in fairy tales or folklore, puts sand in the eyes of children to make them sleepy. noun (pl) -men 1. (in folklore) a magical person supposed to put children to sleep by sprinkling sand in their eyes The DoD requirements that led to APSE.