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scarlet woman

New Testament a sinful woman described in Revelation 17, interpreted as a figure either of pagan Rome or of the Roman Catholic Church regarded as typifying vice overlaid with gaudy pageantry
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At one time she would have been known as a scarlet women, a phrase from the Bible which by the 17th century had been adapted to mean a lady of easy virtue.
Then, an attractive dinner guest - one of British stage's most infamous scarlet women, Mrs Cheveley - arrives with a secret suggesting Sir Robert's past is not flawless and determined to wreak havoc on both he and his wife.
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To celebrate their support and to welcome in a new generation of Scarlet women, there will be concessionary ticket prices for all ladies; special drinks promotions; 10% discount on selected ladieswear in the club shop and pre and post-match entertainment.
Seeing her relaxed and among friends gives the viewer a genuine insight into the real Monica - a friendly, warm, intelligent young woman - a far cry from the scarlet women she was portrayed as after her affair with President Clinton.