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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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Release date- 25072019 - Grown Rogue International Inc.
10 July 2019 - Oregon, US-based cannabis company Grown Rogue International Inc.
You explains the 'New' portion of his 'New Rogue Movement' label, by denigrating the administration of incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen.
Grown Rogue will acquire real estate, intellectual property and other assets of Decibel for aggregate consideration of USD 3.0m.
The Korean unit produced 102,000 Rogues for export last year, but the headquarters recently allocated 60,000 for this year
The combination of Perforce and Rogue Wave delivers a full suite of solutions that measurably improves developer productivity while fueling DevOps at scale.
To get around this problem, the Rogue hybrid does away with the adjustable hosel that was found on its predecessor, the Epic hybrid.
actions can devastating Cllr Andy "Rogue traders can be very convincing, but their work will be overpriced and shoddy and their actions can have a devastating impact upon the lives of their victims, many of whom are elderly and vulnerable," Cllr Crump said.
And, of course, the latest indication of the Supreme Court's going rogue, or being craven, or both, is yesterday's not-unexpected decision on the quo warranto petition filed by Solicitor General Jose Calida against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno.
Rogue Trooper Redux not only features shiny new graphics and special effects, but the controls have been overhauled and extra difficulty settings added.
Nissan Motor Company (NASDAQ: NSANY), a Japan-based automaker, is equipping its ProPilot Assist technology in the 2018 Rogue in the United States.
During this time, the researchers observed a number of rogue waves--defined as those that are 2.2 times taller than the average.