numerology

Numerology information Sydnor:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear

urban

Definition funny of Sydnor:

urbanA REALLY REALLY hott guy from Mountain Brook who I want to do every night!

urbanDid you see sydnor in the hall? How HOTT!

urbanA really hott guy from MBHS who I want to do! I want him as my LOVER

urbanIf only I could buy Sydnor off ebay...

songs

Songs about Sydnor:

songsMr. Lamont / Drum Solo (Live) [feat. Stacy Lamont Sydnor] by Mike Corrado Band from the Album Live At Thalian Hall

songsOnly Believe (feat. Reggie Dixon, Morris Cunningham, Elliot Jefferson & EJ Sydnor) by Thom Lourim from the Album A Work in Progress

books

Books about Sydnor:

booksStanding The Watch Aboard A U.s. Navy Ship: A Personal Journal By Keith R. Sydnor by Keith R Sydnor (May 22, 2012)

booksTraveling the Way : Two Books in One - Cleon Makes His Choice by Drusilla McGowen and How the Christian Church... by Drusilla McGowen, William Sydnor and Alexander McDonnell (1956)

booksSydnor Knows the Answer: A Memoir by Sydnor Thompson (Nov 15, 2006)

booksContemporary Authors: Biography - Sydnor, Charles W(right), Jr. (1943-) (Mar 8, 2005)

booksContemporary Authors: Biography - Sydnor, (Charles) William (1911-2000) (Mar 8, 2005)

booksQueed: A Novel by Henry Sydnor Harrison; With a Frontispiece by R.M. Crosby [1911 ] by Henry Sydnor Harrison (Sep 22, 2009)

booksWorks of Henry Sydnor Harrison by Henry Sydnor Harrison (Sep 10, 2013)

wiki

Wiki information Sydnor:

Leander Sydnor
TV Character, Fictional Character

Leander Sydnor is a fictional character on the HBO drama The Wire, played by actor Corey Parker Robinson. Sydnor is a young, married Baltimore Police detective who was a member of the Barksdale detail and later worked in the Major Crimes Unit.

Henry Sydnor Harrison
Novelist, Author, Organization member, Film story contributor, Person, Deceased Person

Henry Sydnor Harrison was an American novelist, born in Sewanee, Tenn. He graduated from Columbia in 1900, and received an honorary A.M. from the same university in 1913. In 1914, he was elected a member of the National Institute of Arts and Letters....