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Edmund, German physician, 1836-1914. See: Rose position.


Harry M., 20th-century U.S. microbiologist. See: Rose-Waaler test.


1. Any shrub of the genus Rosa.
2. The petals of Rosa gallica, collected before expanding; used for its agreeable odor.
[L. rosa]


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Rosato was first paired as Stokes co-anchor in early spring 2007, as WABC-7 sought to find a replacement for Steve Bartlestein.
Rosato agreed and said: "When we joined the company, I got an idea of what the front-of-house was meant to be, we knew it was supposed to be vintage industrial.
There's a fair amount of engineered plastics in those," but it's still small compared to PVC and the polyolefins, Rosato says.
Although filling sessions is important, we have more considerations than just engaging big-name authors who will fill big rooms," Rosato said.
Sebastian Rosato, "Theory and Evidence in Europe United: A Response to My Critics," ibid.
During her 11 years at NACDS Rosato held a variety of positions, ranging from senior vice president of strategic alliances and development to vice president of pharmacy affairs.
Lagrein, an indigenous variety in Alto Adige, makes a fantastic, dry, medium-bodied rosato.
Camera (color, DV), Hardy, Brad Williams, Dan Gillett, Alex Bozovic, Josh Keppel, Paul Fifield, Monique Hurley; editor, Hardy; music, Joe Rosato Jr.
The delicately spiced Martini Rosato is great as a long drink over ice, topped with pomegranate juice and garnished with a wedge of lime.
I had grown fond of the Attorney firm of Rosato and Associates--with its gusty, hardworking attorneys namely Bennie Rosato, Mary DiNunzio, Judy Carrier and Anne Murphy.
Aiming this collection of 44 papers at those who are new to circadian biology or those may merely wish to learn new techniques, Rosato (U.