- From 1080 to 1098, Ghibbelin of Sabran, who was later Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem.
- The name燿e Sabran has since been carried by the燿e Pontev鑣爁amily, through the adoption in ?832.
- When the Glorious Revolution began, Sabran was responsible for getting the prince out of the country.
- Sabran is a region in France, though, so that doesn't seem to fit.
- Despite her vow, at the age of twenty, she was married to Elz閍r, Count of Sabran.
- It's difficult to find sabran in a sentence. 用sabran造句挺難的
- Si funciona bien, todos sabran quien eres . . . toda la gente en la industria, el publico.
- Once the crisis was passed, Father Sabran's rule was successful, and he remained there until 1704.
- Rivalry ended in 1195 when Gersende de Sabran, comtesse de Forcalquier, married Ramon B閞enger IV inherited the two counties.
- His books were published by Rouge et Or, the publishing house where his brother Guy Sabran worked as an illustrator.
- Then Raymond IV dispatched Raymond, Guillaume de Sabran, and Raymond I of Turenne, with 50 horsemen to protect them.
- He appealed to members of the public with information to contact him or Investigation Officer Deputy Superintendent Hamid Sabran at 09-7257222.
- Ferdinand of Majorca invaded the Morea and tried to seize the vacant princely throne in right of his wife, Isabella of Sabran.
- In 1313 she claimed them again without success and then transferred her rights to her daughter Isabelle of Sabran, wife of Ferdinand of Majorca.
- In 1686, he was reproved for his antipapal preaching and his controversy with the king's chaplain, Lewis Sabran; his pension was stopped.
- Sherlock coincidentally issued a reply to Sabran as the revolution was starting, entitled " A Vindication : an Answer to the Cavils of Lewis Sabran ".