Sar·ah [sair-uh, sar-uh; French sa-ra], /ˈsɛər ə, ˈsær ə; French saˈra/, Rosine Bernard, 1845–1923, French actress.
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Bernhardt may travel to both parks early next month, these officials added, though those plans have not yet been finalized.Interior shuts Washington Monument after interior secretary tests positive for the coronavirus | Juliet Eilperin, Lisa Rein, Darryl Fears | December 18, 2020 | Washington Post
Some of the highest-ranking officials at Interior — including Bernhardt and MacGregor — have not consistently worn masks, according to two individuals.Interior shuts Washington Monument after interior secretary tests positive for the coronavirus | Juliet Eilperin, Lisa Rein, Darryl Fears | December 18, 2020 | Washington Post
Bernhardt’s infection has set off a wave of tests among high-ranking department officials.Interior Secretary David Bernhardt tests positive for coronavirus | Darryl Fears, Juliet Eilperin | December 17, 2020 | Washington Post
What Pendley and Bernhardt appear to be doing is taking a very narrow interpretation of the court’s ruling that, to most people, seemed to remove him.
“He is not out there trying to get attention—his work speaks for itself,” Bernhardt added.Thom Browne’s Women’s Line Evolves in the Wake of Michelle Obama’s Inaugural Ensemble | Misty White Sidell | February 12, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Has any actor or actress surpassed Sarah Bernhardt in worldwide fame?
During the curtain calls, the audience who were obviously in the little joke, applauded as if I were Sarah Bernhardt.
Ellen Terry, Bernhardt, Rachel, all began their training very early.Quin | Alice Hegan Rice
It wants me some words for to praise the put in scene of this new drama at the theatre of Mistress Sarah Bernhardt.
Those who saw Sarah Bernhardt in the part of "Lorenzaccio," will not easily forget her rendering of this scene.The Story of Florence | Edmund G. Gardner
Henry Irving and Sarah Bernhardt were certainly not beautiful, but they held the world of the theater in the palm of their hand.Great Singers on the Art of Singing | James Francis Cooke
Mademoiselle Bernhardt's vocation is acting; her avocations are painting and sculpture.The Verbalist | Thomas Embly Osmun, (AKA Alfred Ayres)
British Dictionary definitions for Bernhardt
Sarah . original name Rosine Bernard . 1844–1923, French actress, regarded as one of the greatest tragic actresses of all time
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