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- Ed Rose is an American sound engineer and record producer. He has worked extensively with groups in the modern emo and pop punk scenes. He also co-owns Black Lodge Recording with Rob Pope and his brother Ryan Pope.
- Ed Rose, was an American lyricist who wrote the words to Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! composed in 1917 by Abe Olman.
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A 12-Volume Set
It was the publicationof'Studies in ethnomethodology' inthelate 1960s thatreally brought whathad by then alreadybecome a congregationof practitioners( including Egon Bittner, Ed Rose, andAaron Cicourel) tothe attentionofthe social sciences ...
A State-by-State Historical Encyclopedia by Alton Hornsby Jr.
Mountaineer, guide, interpreter, and fur trapper, African American Ed Rose , one of the first trappers involved in the early ventures on the western frontier and chief of the Crow Indians, was a trailblazer during the early nineteenth century.
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What did you come from?
Look how beautiful you are.
With your soft peddles.
With your sharp thorns.
Why can't I pick you? (Jameaka Shibles)
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