By that logic however, carol is also being floated as a possible casualty of the episode.
"We need to systematize what we do for young women," said carol Lancaster, dean of Georgetown's School of Foreign Service.
(We'll leave Shirley Chisholm, Alan Keyes and carol Moseley-Braun out of this).
c.1300, "joyful song," also "dance in a ring," from Old French carole "kind of dance in a ring, round dance accompanied by singers," perhaps from Medieval Latin choraula "a dance to the flute," from Latin choraules "flute-player," from Greek khoraules "flute player who accompanies the choral dance," from khoros "chorus" (see chorus) + aulein "to play the flute," from aulos "reed instrument" (see alveolus). The meaning "Christmas hymn of joy" is attested from c.1500.