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Carolean

Said of the periods of the reigns of King Charles I (1625–1649) and Charles II (1660–1685) of England; also called Caroline.
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For all their voiced and unvoiced questions, Caroline had her own questions.
Hope (who will now be played by Danielle Rose Russell) has spent the better part of a decade attending the school, which is run by Alaric Saltzman (Matt Davis) and Caroline (Candice King).
Caroline, who has just discovered she is pregnant with a third child, is less enthusiastic than her husband, Charles, about leaving their extended family and taking their two small daughters--Mary, 5, and Laura, 3--into the region popularly known as "Indian Territory.
Caroline wasn't short of matches, but one in particular caught her eye - and not just because he sounded like her Mr Right.
The 77-year-old played Jim in The Royle Family, the much-loved BBC sitcom written by Caroline and her costar Craig Cash.
Ricky Tomlinson played cantankerous Jim in The Royle Family, the much-loved BBC sitcom written by Caroline and her co-star Craig Cash.
Wendy was killed and Caroline was badly injured - but despite her wounds, she is determined to honour her pal and "not let hate win".
RIP Caroline - the world knows you were an amazing woman.
Caroline comes from a position as General Counsel at Tele2.
Radio Caroline North and Manx Radio, on the Isle of Man, are collaborating to use the Manx Radio AM medium wave frequency of 1368 khz to bring a weekend of memories of the Radio Caroline North days, from 8.
Throughout the whole play he looks at Caroline, like he's trying to figure her out.
The Morpeth Lions has helped Caroline MacDonald raise funds for a specially-adapted rowing seat.
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