Origin of saran
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For his next image, Albanese wants to try to use Saran wrap, or some kind of thin plastic, to depict an ocean scene.
Saran's brother, Nadsluagh, was submissive to Patrick; and he was in captivity on Patrick's arrival.
After some time the aforesaid Saran bore off some men in captivity from the district of Dal-Riada.
The bishop, rather than see so much innocent blood flow, consented to baptize Saran on the spot.The Lives of the Saints, Volume II (of 16): February|Sabine Baring-Gould
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Word Origin and History for saran
U.S. trademark name for PVC used as a cling-film, 1940, by Dow Chemical Company.