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scar·let

(skar'let),
Denoting a bright red color tending toward orange.
[Mediev. L. scarlatum, scarlet cloth]
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Sanchez, a first-time mother, described the visit of Scarlet alongside Vicky and Cristalle as a 'heartwarming' moment.
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It is also the highest number of scarlet fever cases over the first two months of the year since at least 2014, with just 10 cases reported in the first two months of that year.
Currently the number of cases of scarlet fever in England and Wales during this season look set to be similar to those seen in 2015/16, which was the saw the highest number of cases over the winter and spring period after rising numbers from 2013/14 onwards.
"I was surprised when they said it was scarlet fever.
A total of 10,570 cases of scarlet fever have now been reported since the season began in September 2015.
Figures from Public Health England show a total of 6,157 new cases have been reported across England since the current scarlet fever season began in September 2015, with 234 of them in Merseyside.
Parents, schools, nurseries and other childcare settings across Yorkshire are being urged to be vigilant to the signs and symptoms of scarlet fever.
Scarlet's nickname (Scar) comes from a facial slash delivered by her husband.
Scarlet's memory of exactly how that happened is a little more Superman than the sad reality of what actually took place in the early 1990s.