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Rosaceae

(rō-zās′ē-ē″) [L. rosa + -aceae]
The large family of flowering plants that includes roses. They generate allergic responses in some people.
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The Rose Family Foundation is committed to the belief that video game technology will help us understand and solve some of society's most pressing problems in areas such as medicine and education.
No international recognition is to be sniffed at, but for Liam, an England Under-21 player scoring tries for fun with Cardiff, there is a Red Rose family tradition to uphold.
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Shevock of the California Academy of Sciences and Barbara Ertter of the University of California, Berkeley To their surprise, the shrub turned out to be a new species of Neviusia, a genus in the rose family.
Bailey, a native Houstonian and Rice University graduate, was the general manager for the Rose family and was previously a regional manager for the shredding and detinning divisions of Proler International Corp.
We look forward to partnering with Derrick and the Rose family to continue to expand our programs and reach even more teens for many years to come.
4 CHERRIES belong to the rose family and the name comes from the Turkish town of Cerasus.
The root systems of perennials and the tender bark of fruit trees, roses, cotoneasters and other members of the rose family are proving to be a lifesaving source of energy for hungry rodents.
THE fascinating story of the Rose family at war continues to run and run.
The White Rose family fun day on Bank Holiday Monday will kick off at 1pm.
The Rose family were among dozens of others at Hatton Country World, near Warwick, who watched pitch-black clouds just three miles away transform into a twister.