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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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According to Belo, Scarlet asks questions that are unbelievable for her age.
Scarlet fever used to be a lot more common than it is now, but GPs are noticing more cases than in previous years at the moment.
Of course, Scarlet was ever cute when she posed beside a statue of a maneki-neko, which meant 'beckoning cat.
The average number of scarlet fever notifications seen at this point during the recent seasons with increased scarlet fever activity (2013/14, 2014/15 and 2015/16) was 3,658 (range 1,959 to 5,151).
The symptoms of scarlet fever include a sore throat, headache, high temperature, flushed face and swollen tongue.
There's no suggestion of an increase in invasive GAS infection in patients diagnosed with scarlet fever.
For further information on scarlet fever visit the NHS Choices website.
She said most cases of scarlet fever are mild and will resolve within a week.
But, ultimately, Scarlet stayed with her biological parents, neither of whom could be reached by The Register-Guard.
With advanced image technology and a built-in digital tuner, the New Scarlet offers exceptional picture quality and a wealth of entertainment in a single, slender package adding a touch of class and style to every home," said H S Paik, president of LG Electronics Gulf FZE.
LG launches Scarlet "Hit New TV Series" Digital leader finally lifts the lid on its secret TV project