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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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As one of just 81 inductees in the Archery Hall of Fame's history--and one of only 15 living members--it is a privilege to work with Randy and learn from him as he shares his shooting and hunting insights.
Randy combines comedy magic, mind reading, and audience-involvement into a high-energy show that is appropriate for ages 6 to 106.
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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.
Since that little incident, Randy really doesn't like to move
Next, Randy showed the vehicle at the Sacramento Roadster show.
Randy Lopez, the main protagonist in the novel left the small village and describes what life was like in Anglo society.
Randy understands this as his father taught him that "wisdom was a cultural value.
It has also now emerged that one of Idol's three judges, Randy Jackson, knew all about Carly when she was just a teenager.
HOLLYWOOD star Randy Spelling has revealed he was the first man to have sex with hotel heiress Paris Hilton.
However, the industry has by no means closed itself off to entrepreneurs, as the story of Randy Castriota and Castriota Metals & Recycling, Pittsburgh, demonstrates.
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.
Randy Rousseau, an 18- year-veteran of the department, who was diagnosed with leukemia in 2004.