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Carlotta

[kahr-lot-uh; Italian kahr-lawt-tah] /kɑrˈlɒt ə; Italian kɑrˈlɔt tɑ/
noun
1.
a female given name, Italian form of Charlotte.
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  • Carlotta Harrison pleaded a headache, and was excused from the operating-room and from prayers.

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  • Under her mask of languor, Carlotta's heart was beating wildly.

    K Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Carlotta's eyes were blinded for a moment by the glare of the house lights.

    K Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • The one element Carlotta had left out of her calculations was herself.

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  • The night duty had been a time of comparative peace to Carlotta.

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  • Carlotta put out the lights and turned in a business-like way to her records.

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  • Carlotta had gone by that time—gone with hate in her heart and black despair.

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  • The Christmas excitement had not died out in the ward when Carlotta went back to it.

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  • As it was not required that tears be recorded on the record, Carlotta paid no attention to this.

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