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Sea and Sand, Domburg (1900) by James McNeill Whistler
Sea and Sand, Domburg (1900) by James McNeill Whistler

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  1. Rock that is ground finely, forming beaches and deserts and also used in construction. Sand may be blown around by the wind; gravel is too heavy, and silt (on beaches) does not usually have time to dry out between tides.
  2. (often in plural sands) a beach or other expanse of sand.
  3. A light beige colour, like that of typical sand.

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