noun, plural Sa·ras, (especially collectively) Sa·ra.
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Finally, in the Rabbit Hole, Sara talks about the National Women’s Hockey League, which has been in the news recently for all the wrong reasons.
Finally, in the Rabbit Hole, Sara talks about the opportunities made possible by changes in WNBA free agency rules last year.One Super Bowl Isn’t Enough For Some Legacies, Apparently|Sarah Shachat|January 19, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
Finally, Sara closes us out by talking about football games played on odd days of the week.
What makes it even better, is that the food is farm-to-table, coming from his wife Sara’s Marshview Community Organic Farm.Explore Gullah Culture In Beaufort’s South Carolina’s Low Country|Charli Penn|September 30, 2020|Essence.com
Geoff, on the other hand, picked the Arizona Cardinals over the Detroit Lions and vowed to mercilessly tease Sara if the Vikings actually win.
Copyright © 2014 by Alain Mabanckou from Letter to Jimmy (translated by Sara Meli Ansari).
Although it was not reported by the media, Sara was there shortly after it happened.
Sara, 21 years old, lives in the historic Iranian city of Isfahan, close to Jolfa, the Christian quarter.
Every day before leaving home, Sara stands before the mirror and tightens the knot on her scarf.
Since witnessed the aftermath of the attack near her home, Sara has discussed it many times with many people.
Look unto Abraham your father, and to Sara that bore you: for I called him alone, and blessed him, and multiplied him.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
The lady, whom we left knitting by the fire, becomes a fairy—Sara Lee became a fairy, of a sort—and meets the prince.
The early days of the great war saw Sara Lee playing her part in the setting of a city in Pennsylvania.
To be fair to Sara Lee, she imagined that her content in Harvey's devotion was something more, as much more as was necessary.
A resigned little room, like Sara Lee, resigned to being tucked away in a corner and to having no particular outlook.