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Charlotte Keatley         
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Charlotte keatley
Charlotte Keatley (born 5 January 1960, London) is an English playwright. She studied drama at the Victoria University of Manchester and as a postgraduate at the University of Leeds.
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  • [[Bechtler Museum of Modern Art]]
  • [[Billy Graham Library]]
  • [[Bank of America Corporate Center]]
  • [[Carolinas Medical Center]] is the flagship hospital of [[Atrium Health]]
  • [[Charlotte-Douglas International Airport]] with the Uptown Charlotte skyline in the background
  • Truist Center, [[Truist Financial]]'s headquarters in Charlotte
  • North Charlotte]]
  • [[Discovery Place]]
  • [[Duke Energy Center]] and [[The Westin Charlotte]]
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  • [[Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture]]
  • [[ImaginOn]] Children's Theater and Library
  • [[Little Sugar Creek Greenway]] at E 4th Street overpass
  • Blue Line's]] Bland Street Station in Charlotte's South End neighborhood
  • [[Mint Museum]] in Uptown Charlotte
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  • A view of [[Romare Bearden Park]], also located in Uptown
  • St. Peter's Catholic Church]], located in Uptown, is the city's oldest Catholic church.
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  • [[Truist Field]], home of the [[Charlotte Knights]]
  • The Student Union Quad of UNC Charlotte's main campus
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CITY IN AND COUNTY SEAT OF MECKLENBURG COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES
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¦ noun a pudding made of stewed fruit with a casing or covering of bread, sponge cake, biscuits, or breadcrumbs.
Origin
Fr., from the female given name Charlotte.
Charlotte         
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  • [[Bechtler Museum of Modern Art]]
  • [[Billy Graham Library]]
  • [[Bank of America Corporate Center]]
  • [[Carolinas Medical Center]] is the flagship hospital of [[Atrium Health]]
  • [[Charlotte-Douglas International Airport]] with the Uptown Charlotte skyline in the background
  • Truist Center, [[Truist Financial]]'s headquarters in Charlotte
  • North Charlotte]]
  • [[Discovery Place]]
  • [[Duke Energy Center]] and [[The Westin Charlotte]]
  • access-date=October 1, 2022}}</ref>
  • [[Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture]]
  • [[ImaginOn]] Children's Theater and Library
  • [[Little Sugar Creek Greenway]] at E 4th Street overpass
  • Blue Line's]] Bland Street Station in Charlotte's South End neighborhood
  • [[Mint Museum]] in Uptown Charlotte
  • left
  • A view of [[Romare Bearden Park]], also located in Uptown
  • St. Peter's Catholic Church]], located in Uptown, is the city's oldest Catholic church.
  • left
  • [[Truist Field]], home of the [[Charlotte Knights]]
  • The Student Union Quad of UNC Charlotte's main campus
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CITY IN AND COUNTY SEAT OF MECKLENBURG COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES
Charlotte, N.C.; Charlotte, NC; UN/LOCODE:USCLT; Charlotte (NC); Charlotte; North Charlotte, North Carolina; UN/LOCODE:USNCH; Charlotte nc; Charlotte, nc; Charlotte, N. C.; List of tourist attractions in Charlotte, North Carolina; List of sites of interest in Charlotte, NC; Charlotte - Mecklenburg, North Carolina; Charlette; Providence Christian School (Charlotte); Providence Chrisian School (Charlotte); City of Charlotte; Charlotte-Mecklenburg, North Carolina; Government of Charlotte, North Carolina; Providence Christian School, Charlotte; Charlotte, North Carolina weather; Climate of Charlotte, NC; Charlote; Charlotte, USA; Fourth Ward Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Kilborne Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Climate in Charlotte; Climate in Charlotte, North Carolina; Thompson Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Alexander Street Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Cordelia Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Huntingtowne Farms Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Eastway Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Briarwood Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Seversville Park; Piedmont Open IB Middle School; Irwin Creek Greenway; Charlotte Zoo; List of hospitals in Charlotte, North Carolina; Veterans Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Charlotte, United States; Edgehill Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Elon Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Idlewild Road Park; Renaissance Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Nevin Community Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Sugaw Creek Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Hornets Nest Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Robert L. Smith District Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Idlewild Road Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Alexander Street Park; Briarwood Park; Cordelia Park; Eastway Park; Edgehill Park; Elon Park; Huntingtowne Farms Park; Kilborne Park; Nevin Community Park; Renaissance Park; Robert L. Smith District Park; Seversville Street Park; Sugaw Creek Park; Hornets Nest Park; List of sites of interest in Charlotte; History of Charlotte, North Carolina; Geography of Charlotte, North Carolina; List of sites of interest in Charlotte, North Carolina; Law enforcement in Charlotte, North Carolina; Seversville Street Park (Charlotte, North Carolina); Buzz City; Mallard (Charlotte neighborhood); Mallard (Charlotte Neighborhood); McAlpine Creek Park; Education in Charlotte, North Carolina; Demographics of Charlotte, North Carolina
·noun A kind of pie or pudding made by lining a dish with slices of bread, and filling it with bread soaked in milk, and baked.
Examples of use of Charlotte Keatley
1. A handful of new writers emerged: Timberlake Wertenbaker, Doug Lucie, Billy Roche, Charlotte Keatley.