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A Rose

A Rose appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):

  • Pansies or a rose I snap.
  • Stunts, rubies or a rose: I burst nuts.
  • Epochs, ages or an act: can a rose gash cope?
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"A Rose" is a musical album of Ira Kaspi & Peter Engberg Duo, Ira Kaspi, Peter Engberg.

  • released in (9 years ago)


"A Rose" is a painting (oil paint) by Hassel Smith, begun in (57 years ago).

  • media: oil paint


A Rose a.k.a. A/ROSE was a small embedded operating system which ran on Apple Computer's Macintosh Coprocessor Platform, an expansion card for the Apple Macintosh. The idea was to offer a single "overdesigned" hardware platform on which 3rd party vendors could build practically any product, reducing the otherwise heavy workload of developing a NuBus-based expansion card. However, the MCP cards were fairly expensive, limiting the appeal of the concept. A/ROSE saw very little use, apparently limited solely to Apple's own networking cards for serial I/O, Ethernet, TokenRing and Twinax. GreenSpring Computers developed the RM1260 which was an IndustryPack carrier card with a 68000 CPU running A/ROSE intended for the data acquisition market.

Phrases with A Rose

  1. Smell Like a Rose
  2. To Smell Like a Rose

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for A Rose

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Google previewThe Number Systems of Analysis (2003)

by Charles Huw Crawford Little, K. L. Teo, Bruce Van Brunt

For example, "a rose is a flower'' and "a rose is an animal" are both propositions ( the former being true and the latter false), but "a rose is beautiful" is not a proposition because of its lack of objectivity. Sometimes the decision as to whether a given statement is a proposition requires more subtlety than was displayed in the preceding examples. For instance, consider the following statement: "this statement is false" . If that statement were a proposition, it would be either true or false.

Google previewA Compendious Medical Dictionary Containing an Explanation of the Terms (1801)

by Robert Hooper

*030s, a rose, and 3****, * tree; so called because its flowers resemble the rose). The oleander or rose bay. Rhododendron chrysanthemum Linnaei. Rhododendron folio oblongis impunfis supra scabris venoff/imis, corolla rotata irregulari, gemand florifora firrugineo-fumentosa. Suppl. Plant. Class. Decandria. Order. Monogynia. It was first recommended by Koelpin as an effica-cious medicine, not only in 1heumatism and gout, but even in venereal cases; and it is now very generally ...

Google previewThe New Universal English Dictionary ... To which is added, a dictionary of cant words ... The fourth edition, carefully corrected by Mr. Buchanan, etc (1760)

by Nathan BAILEY

Hence proceeded a custom to place a Rose in the rooms where they met for mirrh and dive.tisement, to intimate, that under the assurance thereof they might lay aside all constrain: and speak what they pleased, and so the rose became a symbol of silence. ROSSEL'LY Land, light land. ROS'TRA, a part of the Roman ann, wherein orations, pleadings, and funeral harangues, &Ft. were delivered. ROSY (re/"cur, L.) resembling a rose in bloom, beauty, colour, or fragrance. When the rosy ...

Google previewA Botanical Dictionary (1805)

Or, Elements of Systematic and Philosophical Botany by Colin Milne

(poSov, a rose, and S»J§ov, a tree) from the resemblance of its flowers to those of the rose. Myriophyllum, Vaillant. (pu/otos, infinite, and tfvKkov, a leaf) from its numerous leaves. Chrysanthemum, Tourn. (xipxjas, gold, and «>&>f, a flower) from the yellow colour of the florets. €hrys«coma, Lin. (ygu<y<is, gold, and xopt*, a bush of hair) from the foot-stalks being terminated with a head of flowers of a bright yellow colour. GphioghJJ'um, Tourn. (5(pir, a serpent, and yXutae, a tongue) from ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Heraldica, Or Complete Dictionary of Heraldry (1828)

by William Berry

a rose, betw. two lions, rampant, in fesse, counterchanged.-Crest, a griffin, segreant, or, wings endorsed az. Supporting a rose gu. stalked and leaved vert. MARVIN, [Pertwood, Wiltshire,] ar, a demilion, rampant, sa, charged on the breast with a fleurde-lis...... Marvin, [ Wiltshire and Hampshire,] sa... three lions, passant, guardant, in pale, per pale, ar . and or.

Google previewA Minecraft Mini-Encyclopedia (2014)

by Cori Dusmann

Iron golems will sometimes offer a rose to a villager.

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Quotes about A Rose

Little rose,
What did you come from?
Little rose,
Look how beautiful you are.
Little rose,
With your soft peddles.
Little rose,
With your sharp thorns.
Little rose,
Why can't I pick you? (Jameaka Shibles)
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