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- proper noun Any of many
place namesin England, Australiaand the United States.
- proper noun A
surnamederived from the English place name.
- proper noun Charlton Athletic football club.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A 12cent Charlton from the 60s probably has the amount of story contents of 3 or 4 issues today (though certainly I wouldn't argue quality with most Charlton books ...).
The blonde presumed it was possible to "live like grownups" in Charlton-Heston-as-Ape-Man's hometown.
What really amazes us about Charlton is how easily he picks up John Derek (Joshua) in Ten Commandments.
Blake Charlton is a SF and fantasy writer and a second year student at Stanford Medical School.
All you salt water fisherman out there should be salivating over this new line of reels Charlton is going to put out.
Charlton is coming off February surgery to repair torn cartilage his left shoulder.
Oh, how could you, how could you, cousin Charlton!
With great joy Fleda put her cousin Charlton and Mr. Thorn at once out of sight and out of mind; and gave herself with even more than her usual happy readiness, to everything the way and the end of the way had for her.
"I wish you wouldn't talk so, cousin Charlton!" said Fleda.
Charlton is coming home for a day or two – hadn't you better take the opportunity to return with him?