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Charlotte Ross (journalist)         
BRITISH JOURNALIST
Charlotte Ross (editor)
Charlotte Ross is a British journalist, and the acting editor of the Evening Standard since October 2021. She follows Emily Sheffield as only the fourth woman to cover this job in the Kensington newsroom of the London free-sheet with a circulation of 493,000.
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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
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 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         
  • left
  • [[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
  • alt=
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.

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Charlotte Ross (journalist)
Charlotte Ross is a British journalist, and the acting editor of the Evening Standard since October 2021. She follows Emily Sheffield as only the fourth woman to cover this job in the Kensington newsroom of the London free-sheet with a circulation of 493,000.