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sea·strand

 (sē′strănd′)
n.
A seashore.

seastrand

(ˈsiːˌstrænd)
n
a seashore
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Foreign Affairs 112th SEASTRAND, ANDREA, Republican; California, 22nd District.
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Nagaraja Rao for first mentioning this story to me, to Dominik Wujastyk for helping me locate references to it, and to Anna Seastrand for providing me with a detailed account of the site's art and architecture.
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Although Clinton did make some specially arranged appearances to help unseat vulnerable Republicans like California's Bob Dornan and Andrea Seastrand, he shied away from asking voters to give him a Democratic Congress.
She meets Representative Andrea Seastrand of California, who suspects that her home state's susceptibility to natural disasters "might be a sign of God's wrath against feminism.
A number of factors - her status as a freshman; her votes on issues like the environment, gun control, and the minimum wage; the widespread belief among campaign analysts that her seat was vulnerable-made Seastrand a leading target of issue advocacy advertising by a wide range of organizations.
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