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Sarah
[sair-uh,, sar-uh;; French sa-ra] /ˈsɛər ə,, ˈsær ə;; French saˈra/ (Show IPA), (Rosine Bernard) 1845–1923, French actress.
Contemporary Examples

Thom Browne’s Women’s Line Evolves in the Wake of Michelle Obama’s Inaugural Ensemble Misty White Sidell February 11, 2013

Historical Examples

Secret Memoirs: The Story of Louise, Crown Princess Henry W. Fischer
My Double Life Sarah Bernhardt
My Double Life Sarah Bernhardt
My Double Life Sarah Bernhardt
Secret Memoirs: The Story of Louise, Crown Princess Henry W. Fischer
Secret Memoirs: The Story of Louise, Crown Princess Henry W. Fischer
Iconoclasts James Huneker
Quin Alice Hegan Rice
Literature and Life William Dean Howells

noun
Sarah. original name Rosine Bernard. 1844–1923, French actress, regarded as one of the greatest tragic actresses of all time

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