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Scarlett (given Name)
... Scarlett or Scarlet is a feminine name derived from an English surname with an occupational meaning, referring to a person who sold cloth of scarlet ... The name also has associations with the bright red color scarlet and, indirectly, with the Biblical scarlet woman and Nathaniel Hawthorne's 1850 novel The Scarlet Letter, in which heroine Hester Prynne is ...
Scarlet Ortiz
... Scarlet Ortiz (born Hevis Scarlet Ortiz Pacheco in Caracas, Venezuela in March 12, 1974) is a Venezuelan actress ... In 2012, Scarlet made her debut as a theater actress in the stage play Las Quiero a las dos in Miami where she played the role of a married man's mistress ...
Scarlet - Fictional Characters
... Scarlet, a black horse with red highlights from the Horseland television series Captain Scarlet (character), a main character of British children's puppet animation of the same name Erza Scarlet, a ... Scarlet, a 1940s comic book superhero Remilia Scarlet and Flandre Scarlet, characters from the Touhou Project Will Scarlet, one of Robin Hood's Merry Men Skarlet, a ...
Loaded Deck - Track Listing
... "Give It to Me Anyway" Frehley, Richie Scarlet, Arthur Stead Richie Scarlet 416 3 ... "Shot Full of Rock" Frehley, Scarlet Frehley 446 6 ...
Scarlet Weather Rhapsody
... Touhou Hisouten ~ Scarlet Weather Rhapsody ... (東方緋想天 〜 Scarlet Weather Rhapsody ... Eastern Skies of Scarlet Perceptions?) is the second versus fighting game in the Touhou Project, and is the spiritual successor to Immaterial and Missing Power by Twilight Frontier and Team ...

Famous quotes containing the word scarlet:

    If a child were kept in a place where he never saw any other but black and white till he were a man, he would have no more ideas of scarlet or green, than he that from his childhood never tasted an oyster, or a pineapple, has of those particular relishes.
    John Locke (1632–1704)

    Creamy bean flowers with black eyes and leaves like bored hearts.
    Is it blood clots the tendrils are dragging up that string?
    No, no, it is scarlet flowers that will one day be edible.
    Sylvia Plath (1932–1963)

    Once they came on a maple in a glade,
    Standing alone with smooth arms lifted up,
    And every leaf of foliage she’d worn
    Laid scarlet and pale pink about her feet.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)