CHARLOTTE

== CHARLOTTE (Los Angeles Rock Band) == CHARLOTTE is an American hard rock band that formed in Los Angeles, California in 1986. Currently, they are signed to indie label, Eonian Records, under which they released their debut cd, Medusa Groove, in 2010. Notable Charlotte songs include `Siren`, `Little Devils`, `Medusa Groove`, `Miss Necrophi...
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Charlotte

A molded dessert composed of a filling surrounded by ladyfingers or bread. Apple charlotte is a golden crusted dessert made by baking a thick apple compote in a mold lined with buttered bread. Cold charlottes are made in a ladyfinger-lined mold and filled with Bavarian cream; frozen charlottes use frozen soufflé or as a filling.
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charlotte

[n] - the largest city in North Carolina 2. [n] - a mold lined with cake or crumbs and filled with fruit or whipped cream or custard
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Charlotte

Char'lotte noun [ French] A kind of pie or pudding made by lining a dish with slices of bread, and filling it with bread soaked in milk, and baked. Charlotte Russe or - - Charlotte à la russe [ French, lit., Russian charlotte] (Cookery) , a dish composed of custar...
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charlotte

noun a mold lined with cake or crumbs and filled with fruit or whipped cream or custard
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Charlotte

• (n.) A kind of pie or pudding made by lining a dish with slices of bread, and filling it with bread soaked in milk, and baked.
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Charlotte

grand duchess of Luxembourg from 1919 to 1964. Her constitutional reign saw the evolution of Luxembourg into a modern social-democratic state.[1 related articles]
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Charlotte

city, seat (1774) of Mecklenburg county, south-central North Carolina, U.S. It lies just east of the Catawba River in the Piedmont region. Settled ...
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charlotte

either of two traditional French desserts, both formed in a deep, cylindrical mold. For a fruit charlotte the mold is lined with well-buttered ...
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Charlotte

classic dessert in which a dish is lined with ladyfingers, filled with custard or other filling, and served cold; in the hot version, the dish is lined with crustless white bread sautéed in butter, filled with fruit compote and baked. Also a potato variety.
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Charlotte

[given name] Charlotte is a female given name, a female form of the male name Charles. These women are usually identified as Charlotte with an appended title rather than a surname: ==Popularity== According to Social Security Administration, Charlotte was the 11th most popular girl names in 2013 in the United States. It was the most popular ...
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Charlotte

A hot or cold moulded dessert. For a hot charlotte the mould is lined with bread and for a cold charlotte it is lined with sponge fingers.
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Charlotte

[sloop] The `Charlotte` was a sloop sunk in 1808 off the coast of New South Wales, Australia. The Charlotte was built in Sydney and registered at 16 tons on 19 December 1803. Owned and skippered by Robert Inch and assisted by his hand, George Conway, the ship was five miles North of Port Jackson, heading for the Hawkesbury River with a carg...
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Charlotte

Charlotte, 1896–1985, grand duchess of Luxembourg (1919–64). The second daughter of Duke William of Nassau-Weilburg and a Portuguese princess, Marie Anne of Braganza, she succeeded her sister, Marie-Adelaide, who had abdicated in her favor. In Nov., 1919, Charlotte married Prince Felix o...
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Charlotte

Charlotte (shär'lut) (Charlotte Sophia), 1744–1818, queen consort of George III of England. The niece of Frederick, duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, she was married to George in 1761 and bore him 15 children. When the king became permanently disabled in 1810, she was given charge of his ...
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Charlotte

Charlotte, city (1990 pop. 395,934), seat of Mecklenburg co., S N.C.; inc. 1768. The largest city in the state and the commercial and industrial leader of the Piedmont region, Charlotte is the third-ranking U.S. banking center as well as an air, transportation, and distribution hub for the Carolina ...
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Charlotte

Charlotte is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Charlotte

[sternwheeler] The Charlotte sternwheeler was built in 1896 by Alexander Watson for the Northern British Columbia Navigation Company. The partners of the NBCNC were Stephen Tingley, Senator James Reid and John Irving. She was launched on August 3rd, 1896 and christened by James Reid`s wife after whom she`d been named. ==Soda Creek to Quesne...
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Charlotte

[cake] A charlotte is a type of dessert or trifle that can be served hot or cold. It can also be known as an `ice-box cake`. Bread, sponge cake or biscuits/cookies are used to line a mold, which is then filled with a fruit puree or custard. It can also be made using layers of breadcrumbs. Classically, stale bread dipped in butter was used a...
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Charlotte

[provincial electoral district] Charlotte was a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, Canada from 1994 to 2006. It was created from large parts of Charlotte Centre and Charlotte-Fundy. Following 2006, most of the district became part of Charlotte-The Isles == Results == ...
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Charlotte

[ship] Charlotte was a First Fleet transport ship of 335 tons, built on the River Thames in 1787. She was a light sailer, and had to be towed down the English Channel for the first few days of the voyage. Her master was Thomas Gilbert, and her surgeon was John White, principal surgeon to the colony. She left Portsmouth on 13 May 1787, carry...
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Charlotte

Charlotte is a French name for girls. The meaning is `strong, brave, free` The name Charlotte is most commonly given to Walloon girls. Charlotte is at number 15 in the top 50 of Walloon girls (average of 10 years data) If it's too long you might use: Charley, Charlie, Lottie Use for the other sex: Karl What do they use in other countries? Karel Kar...
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Charlotte

The name for two different styles dessert. The first preparation is made of slices of bread which line a mold, which is then filled with fruit, and baked until the bread acquires a golden color and crisp texture. The second version, similar to the first, lines a mold with cake or ladies fingers and is filled with a bavarian cream. These may also be...
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charlotte

molded dessert with ladyfingers, custard, fruit compote; cold or hot
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Charlotte

a no-bake dessert in which the mold is lined with ladyfingers, then filled with layers of fruit, and layers of custard or fromage blanc.
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