Carl (Edward), 1934–96, U.S. astronomer and writer.
Fran·çoise [frahn-swaz], /frɑ̃ˈswaz/, Françoise Quoirez, 1935–2004, French novelist.
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How to use Sagan in a sentence
The original series was as permeated through and through by Sagan, not just on the air, but off as well.The New 'Cosmos' Reboot Marks a Promising New Era for Science | Lawrence M. Krauss | March 10, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But back when I was 13, Carl Sagan's excellent science and history miniseries was da bomb—and still is.
We did spot a lone journalism degree, earned by Akamai's CEO, Paul Sagan.
As the late Carl Sagan might have said, Trillions upon trillions….
Probably the priestly functions were carried on by a substitute for the high-priest, under the name of Sagan.History of the Jews, Vol. I (of 6) | Heinrich Graetz
I am glad to find that some of my old friends, especially Count Sagan, have not forgotten me,' he said simply.
Madame de Sagan could have answered your question—had you cared to ask it,' the girl said.
Madame de Sagan's blue eyes glanced up into Rallywood's face as her fingers touched his breast.
Madame de Sagan's little trill of laughter was not quite so childish and irresponsible as usual.
British Dictionary definitions for Sagan
Carl (Edward) 1934–96, US astronomer and writer on scientific subjects; presenter of the television series Cosmos (1980)
Françoise (frã̃swɑːz), original name Françoise Quoirez . 1935–2004, French writer, best-known for the novels Bonjour Tristesse (1954) and Aimez-vous Brahms? (1959)
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