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Definition funny of Sachar:
To be banned in Norway. As in not allowed, forbidden, or off-limits.
His guitar playing was so bone-crushing in that Oslo club, he totally got sachared.
Songs about Sachar:
Vande Mataram (Raghav Sachar) [Explicit] by Raghav Sachar from the Album Vande Mataram By Raghav Sachar [Explicit]
Boi Beshalom (feat. Joel Sachar Choir & Shira Chadasha) by Eliezer Auerbach from the Album Ani Omel
Hamavdil (feat. Joel Sachar Choir & Shira Chadasha) by Eliezer Auerbach from the Album Ani Omel
Hora Scharchoret (Lo El Sachar) by The Gevatron - Israeli Kibbutz Folk Singers from the Album 20 Israel Folk Dances
Horah Medley (Shir Sameach, Lo El Sachar) by The Gevatron - Israeli Kibbutz Folk Singers from the Album Mashiach - The Very Best Music of the Jewish-Israeli People
Lo El Sachar Medley by HaGevatron Israeli Kibbutz Singers from the Album Sing Along with HaGevatron - Live in Tzavta
Queda Moito Por Sachar by Zimmer 103 from the Album Vozes Novas
Books about Sachar:
Stories on Stage: Children's Plays for Readers Theater, With 15 Reader's Theatre Play Scripts From 15 Authors,... by Aaron Shepard (Jul 15, 2005)
There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom by Sachar, Louis published by Scholastic Inc. (1997) [Paperback] (Jan 1, 1997)
Louis Sachar'sThe Cardturner [Hardcover](2010) by L., (Author) Sachar (2010)
Sachar, Louis. Sideways stories from Wayside School.(Brief Article)(Young Adult Review)(Book Review): An article... by Erin Darr (Apr 19, 2005)
Small Steps (Readers Circle) [Paperback]  Reprint Ed. Louis Sachar by Louis Sachar (Aug 26, 2008)
Wayside School Gets a Little Stranger [Hardcover]  (Author) Louis Sachar, Adam McCauley (1995)
Stanley Yelnats' Survival Guide to Camp Green Lake by Sachar, Louis (2003) Paperback (1000)
Wiki information Sachar:
Louis Sachar is an American writer of children's books. He is best known for the series Sideways Stories From Wayside School and for the novels Pig City, in the UK, and Holes, which he has followed with two sequels. Holes won the 1998 U.S. National...
Raghav Sachar is an Indian singer born to father, R. K. Sachar, and mother, Usha Sachar. He is the youngest of three children. He started playing his first instrument, the harmonica, at the age of four. Every year since then his parents have given...