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Charlot

[shahr-loh; French shar-loh] /ˈʃɑr loʊ; French ʃarˈloʊ/
noun
1.
Jean [jeen;; French zhahn] /dʒin;; French ʒɑ̃/ (Show IPA), 1898–1979, U.S. painter, lithographer, and illustrator; born in France and active in Mexico.
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  • Just then the door of the adjoining room was opened, and little Charlot appeared.

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  • Just as she was about to start she came running back to embrace Charlot.

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  • Charlot, awakened by the sound of their voices, had raised his head.

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  • It lacked a quarter of seven, and Charlot seemed determined not to go to sleep.

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  • Is there any other Captain Charlot in the army of the Republic?

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  • Charlot looked up, and for just a second his glance was not without uneasiness.

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  • It is likely to live without you, Charlot, unless you mend your conduct.

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  • And now, as they advanced into the light, Charlot recognised them too.

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  • Charlot, mistaking Mademoiselle's exclamation, laughed softly.

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  • But in the hardened heart of Charlot no breath of pity stirred.

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