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  • One of them, the one they call Arlette, sticks her tongue out at me every time she sees me from the window.

    Maigret and the Man on the Bench

  • Léonie Bathiat was first called Arlette, supposedly inspired from a de Maupassant character.

    "Deader'n Hell"

  • We two have nobody but each other in the world, '' she went on, reproducing the very phrase Arlette had used to Ral.

    The Rover

  • The fermire, whom the villagers down there spoke of as Arlette as though she had been a little girl, but in a strange tone of shocked awe, walked with her head drooping and her feet (as Peyrol used to say) touching the ground as lightly as falling leaves.

    The Rover

  • Sodom itself means burnt, evidently referring to the judgment of the city, while the word harlot (KJV) is thought to be derived from a European girl, named Arlotta (or Arletta, also known as Arlette, Herlève and Herleva) who fornicated with Robert, duke of Normandy, and to whom William The Conqueror is believed to have been born

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  • Sodom itself means burnt, evidently referring to the judgment of the city, while the word harlot (KJV) is thought to be derived from a European girl, named Arlotta (or Arletta, also known as Arlette, Herlève and Herleva) who fornicated with Robert, duke of Normandy, and to whom William The Conqueror is believed to have been born

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Sodom itself means burnt, evidently referring to the judgment of the city, while the word harlot (KJV) is thought to be derived from a European girl, named Arlotta (or Arletta, also known as Arlette, Herlève and Herleva) who fornicated with Robert, duke of Normandy, and to whom William The Conqueror is believed to have been born

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Sodom itself means burnt, evidently referring to the judgment of the city, while the word harlot (KJV) is thought to be derived from a European girl, named Arlotta (or Arletta, also known as Arlette, Herlève and Herleva) who fornicated with Robert, duke of Normandy, and to whom William The Conqueror is believed to have been born

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Sodom itself means burnt, evidently referring to the judgment of the city, while the word harlot (KJV) is thought to be derived from a European girl, named Arlotta (or Arletta, also known as Arlette, Herlève and Herleva) who fornicated with Robert, duke of Normandy, and to whom William The Conqueror is believed to have been born

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Sodom itself means burnt, evidently referring to the judgment of the city, while the word harlot (KJV) is thought to be derived from a European girl, named Arlotta (or Arletta, also known as Arlette, Herlève and Herleva) who fornicated with Robert, duke of Normandy, and to whom William The Conqueror is believed to have been born

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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