Charlie

Charlie (given name) is a common nickname for Charles and less commonly for Charlotte or Charlene. Charlie may also refer to: ==In entertainment== === Music === === Television === === Other === ==Other uses== ...
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Charlie

• (n.) A familiar nickname or substitute for Charles. • (n.) As a proper name, a fox; -- so called in fables and familiar literature. • (n.) A night watchman; -- an old name. • (n.) A short, pointed beard, like that worn by Charles I.
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Charlie

[given name] Charlie is a given name in English-speaking countries, usually a nickname for Charles. Charlie was the 339th most popular name for boys born in the United States in 2007, the sixth most popular name for boys born in England and Wales in 2007, the 28th most popular name for boys born in Scotland in 2007, the 52nd most popular na...
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Charlie

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Charlie

[parrot] Charlie (allegedly hatched c. 1899), also known as Charlie the Curser, is a female Blue-and-yellow macaw living at Heathfield Nurseries, a pet sanctuary in Reigate, Surrey, United Kingdom. Charlie became famous when The Daily Mirror published an article about her in January 2004. The bird`s owner, Peter Oram, claims Charlie is over...
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Charlie

[skeleton] Charlie is the name given to a Neolithic skeleton of a three-year-old child found near the ancient stone circle of Avebury. Charlie was excavated from Windmill Hill, Avebury in the 1920s and is currently on display at the Alexander Keiller Museum. There is a certain amount of controversy surrounding this issue. The Council of Bri...
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Charlie

[Street Fighter] Charlie, known in Japan as Nasshu, full name Charlie Nash, is a video game character from Capcom`s Street Fighter fighting game series and media franchise. He was introduced as a playable character in the original Street Fighter Alpha, but was already part of the series` backstory since Street Fighter II. ==Appearances== ==...
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Charlie

Char'lie noun 1. A familiar nickname or substitute for Charles . 2. A night watchman; -- an old name. 3. A short, pointed beard, like that worn by Charles I. 4. As a proper name, a fox; -- so called in fables and familiar literature.
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Charlie

a bunny with two broken-pattern genes which result in a minimally patterned rabbit. Hollands must have 10% pattern to be showable.
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Charlie

An extremely lightly marked broken or marked breed, usually having colored ears and eye circles, sometimes having a nose mark, may have little or no markings over the back and sides, caused by double broken genes, a charlie cannot have solid offspring
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Charlie

Charlie is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `free, manly` The name Charlie is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. Charlie is at number 5 in the top 50 of English and Welsh boys (average of 10 years data) In Norge it is (almost) solely given to boys Use for the other sex: Karla, Charles,, Karla, Karly, Karlene, Charla, C...
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Charlie

Charlie is slang for cocaine.
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Charlie

Cocaine (slang).
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Charlie

Nato designation for soviet submarine class [SU]
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Charlie

The fox (also Todd).
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