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Denoting a bright red color tending toward orange.
[Mediev. L. scarlatum, scarlet cloth]
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Dr Theresa Lamagni, PHE s head of streptococcal infection surveillance, said: As we enter into high season for scarlet fever, we ask GPs and other frontline medical staff to be mindful of the current high levels of scarlet fever activity when assessing patients.
In Yorkshire, 550 notifi-cations of possible scarlet fever have been reported to Public Health England compared with 300 cases for the same period in 2013.
Scarlet fever is mainly a childhood disease and is most common between the ages of two and eight years.
But Scarlet and her sister are no less convinced that their adoptive parents are indeed heroes, and that Ken and Judy saved their lives.
One of the most highly advanced technical features of the New Scarlet is its Bluetooth compatibility, making it simple to even enjoy pictures taken from a cell phone and allow greater compatibility with headsets, notebooks and PCs.
CCTV engineer Mr Fullerton said: "Just before Scarlet was born I was re-fitting a club and they had a 14ft fibreglass Statue of Liberty which I took home to restore.
LG Electronics, a leading player in the global flat panel display market, finally revealed its most closely guarded secret as it unveiled its latest innovation - the LG Scarlet TV, the world's slimmest LCD TV - in Istanbul, Turkey, at a high-profile red carpet event attended by well-known celebrities.
transfer ownership of some of its shares in Scarlet to Paula Trafford.
Scarlet has offered wireless broadband services in Curacao since 2001, and in June 2005 launched its Scarlet One(R) branded personal broadband service using the Navini Ripwave(R) MX technology.
Despite her obvious physical charms and mental acumen, Scarlet lacks confidence to see her life as anything that can transcend her youthful indiscretions.
Biblical allusions associate the color scarlet with sins of the body, and by coloring their letters red, authors seem to flesh them out and add a spark of life.
Scarlet fever is a streptococcal infection that occurs most often in association with a sore throat and rarely with impetigo or other streptococcal infections.