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randy

(ˈrændi)
mod. sexually excited or aroused. The town is full of randy sailors when the fleet’s in.
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Randy Jackson has been with "American Idol" from its infancy, with judges Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul, but has now decided that it's time to leave for good the singing competition that started it all.
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Since that little incident, Randy really doesn't like to move
Back when I first got to know Randy 20-some years ago, he crafted his own bows and arrows and was one of the premier traditional archers in Oklahoma.
While caustic X Factor panelist Simon Cowell has constantly sniped about Carly's performances, Randy continues to heap praise on the tattooed starlet - sparking jealousy among other contestants.
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Randy Johnston Live At The Smithsonian Jazz Cafe is an impressively entertaining DVD showcasing a live musical performance by jazz guitarist Randy Johnston along with bassist Tom Pietrycha and drummer Tony Leone, captured live on May 18th, 2005 at the Smithsonian Jazz Cafe.
Salas and his wife, Jaymie, took in Randy Burton when he was 14.
When the stock market bubble burst in 2000, Randy Asante sought professional help managing his investments.
After a fellowship in hematology at the University of Washington, Randy spent two years at the U.