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Famous Sarahs

Name these famous Sarahs and Saras.
Includes people, organizations and fictional characters
Quiz by formerfrontpage
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Last updated: June 27, 2013
First submittedJune 27, 2013
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The Duchess of York
Sarah Ferguson
"Sex and the City"
Sarah Jessica Parker
VP candidate and maverick
Sarah Palin
Robots from the future wanted to kill her son
Sarah Connor
Book character who is above average height and not beautiful
Sarah Plain and Tall
She was Buffy
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Canadian singer-songwriter who founded Lilith Fair
Sarah McLachlan
"Jesus is Magic" comedienne
Sarah Silverman
"Sassy" jazz singer
Sarah Vaughan
American food company
Sara Lee
Liberal arts college in New York state
Sarah Lawrence
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Level 30
Jul 2, 2013
sara McLackland, Mclghargh, Mc impossible to remember how to spell.
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Level 84
Aug 14, 2017
Yeah, I crashed and burned on that one too.
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Level 38
Jul 3, 2013
How about accepting "Fergi" for "Ferguson"?
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Level 21
Sep 6, 2013
You should add Sarah Winchester
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Level 82
Jun 24, 2014
Sure would appreciate some more options for mclachlan. Tried mclaughlen, mclaughlin, mcglauchlen, mcglauchlin, mcloflin, mcgloflin, mcloflen, mcgloflen, possibly others.
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Level 76
Jul 22, 2014
Agree on McLachlan!
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Level 59
Jun 15, 2016
In quizzes where the answers are peoples' names, we should do them the courtesy of spelling their names correctly. (except Silverman - can't stand her!)
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Level 84
Aug 14, 2017
If this were Jeopardy!, simply saying the name would suffice, and LOTS of people would get SM correct. Having to spell the name correctly does not weed out people who don't know the correct answer.

The quiz-maker should definitely do them the courtesy of spelling their names correctly, but quiz-takers inability to precisely spell difficult names is not a manifestation of some lack of courtesy.