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Sanders, Montana
... Sanders is an unincorporated community in northeastern Treasure County, Montana, United States, along the Yellowstone River ... Sanders' post office first opened on 1904-03-30 and closed on 1905-10-14, only to be reopened on 1906-12-01 ...
Larry Sanders (basketball) - High School Career
... Sanders was not playing basketball in the ninth grade the private school he attended did not offer sports ... the school's basketball coach, spotted Sanders and saw his potential ability, talking him into playing ... Sanders grew to 6'4" after the 10th grade and 6'6" after the 11th grade ...
Liliana Greenfield-Sanders - Life and Work
... Liliana Greenfield-Sanders is a New York-based filmmaker ... She is the daughter Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, a photographer and documentary filmmaker, and Karin Greenfield-Sanders, a lawyer ... Her grandfather is the painter Joop Sanders, founding member of the American Abstract Expressionist group, her uncle is the sculptor John Sanders, and her sister is ...
Larry Sanders (basketball)
... Larry Sanders (born November 21, 1988) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA ... As a junior Sanders averaged 14.4 points, 9.1 rebounds, and 2.6 blocks ...
Scott Sanders (producer) - Career - The Color Purple
... Sanders had read Walker's book and wanted to produce it as a musical ... Walker was eventually won over by Sanders, and gave her permission and support ... Sanders thought that it had similarities to Fiddler on the Roof – "a community of people that the audience would follow over time," and told her so ...

Famous quotes containing the word sanders:

    When an image is said to be singular, it is meant that it is absolutely determinate in all respects. Every possible character, or the negative thereof, must be true of such an image.
    —Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914)

    We may say that feelings have two kinds of intensity. One is the intensity of the feeling itself, by which loud sounds are distinguished from faint ones, luminous colors from dark ones, highly chromatic colors from almost neutral tints, etc. The other is the intensity of consciousness that lays hold of the feeling, which makes the ticking of a watch actually heard infinitely more vivid than a cannon shot remembered to have been heard a few minutes ago.
    —Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914)

    The real, then, is that which, sooner or later, information and reasoning would finally result in, and which is therefore independent of the vagaries of me and you. Thus, the very origin of the conception of reality shows that this conception essentially involves the notion of a COMMUNITY, without definite limits, and capable of a definite increase of knowledge.
    —Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914)