|Subject:||Re: No. Name websites like that are inaccurate . . .|
|Author:||Chrisell (Authenticated as Chrisell)|
|Date:||August 15, 2005 at 1:48:02 PM|
|Reply to:||Re: No. Name websites like that are inaccurate . . . by Cleveland Kent Evans|
As someone whose job definition includes "research", I find it offensive that people would presume to make so-called information websites without bothering to go beyond the first available explanation for anything. If you are correct - and I don't believe you are - then the fact that they are guilty of plagiarisation is no better than being guilty of fabrication.
Besides, the name we were talking about originally was not in fact Charlotte but Searlait. The OP's original reference said nothing about Searlait being a variation of Charlotte, just that it was French meant "tiny and womanly". Last time I checked, 'lait' is not a suffix meaning "tiny", so the original description of it being thrown in for no good reason is entirely accurate.
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