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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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She also appeared in films including "International House" (as Baby Rose Marie in 1933, co-starring with W.C.
Like in the FPJ case, it citizenship is presumed, in the case of Baby Rose, it is presumed, in the case of Duncan, it is presumed, Sereno said.
Abortion is never mentioned, but the undeniable vitality, wonder, and personality of Baby Rose shines clearly from every poster in this set!
You think it's like being a baby, like baby Rose? We think on this and bribe the biggest Blately boy, Jim, to get us some of the cheap strawberry wine from the corner store with a nickel and a promise that Poug will spend ten minutes in the shed with him next Friday night.
now she's given me my own baby; ANNELIESE, 27; Mum's baby Rose is my sister and my daughter - and it's so wonderful
She starred in several of the earliest talking films, beginning with a 1929 short, Baby Rose Marie the Child Wonder, which was screened in theatres before feature films such as The Jazz Singer.
C4 HOLLYOAKS IT MIGHT be a brand new year, but Tegan struggles to look on the positive side what with everything she's been through lately, and she decides to record a special message for baby Rose.
STUNNING Scarlett Johansson has been seen out and about for the first time since giving birth to baby Rose a month ago.
ESQUIRE's Sexiest Woman Alive, Scarlett Johansson welcomed the birth of her first child, baby Rose, this week, with her French fiance Romain Dauriac.
For every increase of 5 micrograms per cubic metre in exposure to fine particulate matter during pregnancy, the risk of low birthweight in the baby rose by 18%.
The risk of a low birthweight baby rose significantly with increases in pollution, suggesting a greater risk for those living near a major road.
The risk of a small birth weight baby rose significantly with each increase in particulate matter of four micrograms per metres squared, during the first and third trimesters of pregnancy.