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rogue

  1. an unwanted individual, particularly a plant in a crop, that is usually removed during a breeding programme.
  2. an animal (particularly one of vicious character) that has separated from the main group and leads a solitary life.
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com/why-rogue-one-star-wars-story-reportedly-going-through-reshoots-2376281) Rogue One " trailer why exactly Jyn's father is a wanted man and why she's trying so fiercely to protect his legacy.
The rogue CEO creates what has to be one of the most difficult situations in a nonprofit.
The following OSU students were awarded based on content submitted through an application process as well as in-person interviews with executives from Rogue and Columbia Distributing:
Nissan Motor Company (NASDAQ: NSANY)(TYO: 7201), a Japan-based automaker, is updating its Rogue compact crossover for the 2016 model year.
In fact, the five-door, 2015 Rogue is an easy runabout, with good people- and cargo-hauling capability and a not-too-big and not-too-small overall size.
Rogue Ales Public House in Eugene will be cutting the ribbon this Saturday for the grand opening of the company's first sodaery.
Joyce was thoughtful and irreverent, sometimes sentimental, always honest, occasionally prickly; a great friend to countless colleagues in the business, and a generous supporter of the communities where Rogue did business.
Criminals using distraction to steal, and rogue traders and cold callers charging for unnecessary work were targeted.
Foreign rogue Internet pharmacies use sophisticated methods to evade scrutiny by customs officials and smuggle drugs into the country.
Consumer watchdogs have turned eight roads in the Whitnash area into a 'No Rogue Trader Zone' after a survey found it was a magnet for crooks and conmen.
At Cray, we continually strive to find additional value for our customers, and developer productivity is not only critical, but an area in which Rogue Wave excels, stated Peg Williams, Cray's Senior Vice President of High Performance Computing Systems.
Birdingbury in Warwickshire is believed to be the first village in the UK to have became a 'No Rogue Trader Zone' after consumer watchdogs and police found it was a hotspot for dodgy door-to-door salesmen and distraction burglaries.