[ UK /sˈæɹən/ ]
[ US /sɝˈæn/ ]
  1. any of various thermoplastic resins used to make things
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  • Another glass passed, quietly, as Fifteenth Company followed the scouts down the southeast road and circled away Tom Fynhaven Estate, only to return to the lane bordering the casaran orchards on the south. Alector's Choice
  • His proof came in the guise of soundbites that he pledged "were not edited," and the "methodicalness" came by a member of the O'Reilly crack staff going out to the Iraqi War Protest in Washington this past week to ask questions of Sean Penn, Jane Fonda, Susan Saranden and Tim Robbins. Methodical Bill O Proves There Are No Other Options To Bush Iraq Policy
  • As Cesarani demonstrates, Eichmann was an ambitious man determined to do his job well.
  • You can go to your local theater on Christmas Day and watch "" Stepmom, '' in which Susan Sarandon, instead of shuffling off her mortal coil, smiles beamingly at the camera in a happy family portrait in the last frame. Death Takes A Hike
  • The inside was lined with red velvet and something that looked like saran wrap.
  • An unusually stringed instrument, the sarangi is being forced into oblivion because of lack of interest.
  • WATCH: Lorenzo's Oil (1992), in which anxious nondoctor parents Susan Sarandon and Nick Nolte do their own research and develop a treatment for their son's rare disease.
  • The white sun cast shadows from the casaran trees to the west onto the shoulder of the road, but was high enough that Mykel did not have to squint when he looked westward. Alector's Choice
  • From her Oscar-nominated turn in Lorenzo's Oil in 1992 to her Mrs March in Little Women and, more recently, in Stepmom and Anywhere But Here, Sarandon emanates a maternal warmth on screen that few others can touch.
  • June 24th, 2006 at 1: 46 am moonbat patrol says: so now Donald trump is a military expert?? well he as it least is in “good” company. right up there with Streisand, the ditzy chicks, helen thomas, susan sarandon and other moonbats. good job trumpus, i guess all that money can’t buy intelligence or patriotism. Think Progress » Donald Trump on Iraq.
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