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In 1910, Roses won the Michigan State Soccer Football League (MSSFL) championship. In 1917, Roses won the Michigan state championship. The next league result came in 1918 when Roses won the Detroit District League (DDL). In 1919, Roses won both the Michigan State Association Clan Campbell Trophy and the Detroit and District League championship. They repeated as DDL champions in 1922 and 1923. As for the National Challenge Cup, Roses entered every cup from the first in 1914 until at least the 1923 version. In 1914 Roses was eliminated in the third round. Its best year came in 1919 when they lost to Bricklayers and Masons F.C. in the quarterfinals. The team was active through at least the 1925-1926 season.

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Muirton in Literature of rose & oud

The moors near the borders of the barony are reported to be the location of the famous scene involving the weird sisters and Macbeth and Banquo in Shakespeares historic play Macbeth.

According to The Chronicle of the Kings of Alba, the body of King Dub (Duff) was hidden under a bridge over the Findhorn river after his murder. After its discovery it was removed to Iona and interred there. It has been suggested that Suenos Stone, nearby, was erected to depict his victory in battle and subsequent murder

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Thomas G. Rose of rose & oud

Thomas Ginnever Rose (16 March 19018 August 1979) was an English first-class cricketer who played six matches, all for Worcestershire in 1922.

Rose made his debut in an innings defeat against Sussex at Hove in late May 1922; he scored 4 and 15, and bowled five wicketless overs.

His next match, against Kent at Gravesend, saw Worcestershire crushed by an innings and 236 runs. Rose himself, however, had a fairly successful game with the ball, claiming 3-68 in Kent's first innings; his victims were Bill Ashdown, Edward Solb and Tich Freeman.

His next game, against Warwickshire at Amblecote, saw him take four wickets in the match,

but in the three other games he played at first-class level Rose contributed absolutely nothing: he took no wickets and held no catches, while with the bat he made just 11 in four innings.

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Ordained Ministry of rose & oud

Rose was ordained deacon on April 10, 1938 by Bishop James M. Maxon of Tennessee, in Christ Church, Nashville, Tennessee. He then became assistant at the Cathedral of St Mary in Memphis, Tennessee, where he remained until his ordination to the priesthood in April 1939 by Bishop Maxon. Between 1939 and 1943 he served as associate rector of Christ Church in Pensacola, Florida and priest-in-charge of St John's Church in Warrington, Florida, St Mary's Church in Milton, Florida and St Andrews-by-the-Sea in Destin, Florida. During WWII he served as an army chaplain. In 1946 he became assistant to the Bishop of Florida, while in 1948 he became rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd in Corpus Christi, Texas.

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Rose Hill (Capron, Virginia) of rose & oud

Rose Hill is the location of one of the oldest and least-altered buildings in Southampton County, Virginia, USA. Located near Capron, the Federal style house was built in the early 19th century by Henry Blow, on land his father had acquired from the local Nottoway Indians in 1792. The site is also of archaeological interest, with documented native uses into the 20th century.

After the Civil War, James R. Kello Sr. purchased the property. He resided at the residence with his wife, Mariah Thomas Kello, until his death on May 18, 1908. James and Mariah raised their family in this home. Their ancestors still reside here today.

The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

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Harperia of rose & oud

Harperia is a group of plants in the Restionaceae described as a genus in 1904. The entire genus is endemic to the State of Western Australia.

SpeciesHarperia confertospicata (Steud.) B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson

Harperia eyreana B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson

Harperia ferruginipes Meney & Pate

Harperia lateriflora W.Fitzg.Name in homonymic genusIn 1905, Rose applied the name Harperia to a plant in the Apiaceae, thus creating an illegitimate homonym. He also created one species name within his genus, i.e.

Harperia nodosa Rose, syn of Harperella nodosa (Rose) Rose or Ptilimnium nodosum (Rose) Mathias or Carum nodosum (Rose) Koso-Pol.

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Clayton Rose of rose & oud

Clayton S. Rose is the fifteenth and current president of Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. Originally from San Rafael, California, Rose graduated from the University of Chicago as an undergraduate in 1980 and with an M.B.A. in 1981. In 2003, following a 20-year leadership and management career in finance, he enrolled in the doctoral program in sociology at the University of Pennsylvania to study issues of race in America, earning his master's degree in 2005 and his Ph.

D. with distinction in 2007. He had previously served as a professor at Harvard Business School from 2007 until his appointment at Bowdoin. Rose officially succeeded Barry Mills as president of Bowdoin on July 1, 2015.

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Roser Su Pascuet of rose & oud

Roser Su i Pascuet (born 26 August 1960) is an Andorran politician, current and first female to hold the office of General Syndic of the General Council, the Speaker of the Parliament of Andorra since 3 May 2019.

She was born in the oldtown of Andorra la Vella on 26 August 1960 and studied Education in 1980 and Catalan Philology at the University of Barcelona and graduated in 1983.

She had been Ambassador to Sweden between 1999 and 2005, to Norway and Iceland since 2000 to 2005. On 13 May 2011 she was named Minister of Education and Culture, until 7 April 2015, when was succeeded by ric Jover.

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Yellow Rose of rose & oud

Yellow Rose is a 2019 musical drama film directed and written by Diane Paragas. It is produced by Cecilia R. Mejia, Rey Cuerdo, Orian Williams, and Jeremiah Abraham. The film stars Eva Noblezada, Dale Watson, Princess Punzalan, and Lea Salonga. The plot follows Rose, an undocumented Filipino girl, who dreams of leaving her small town in Texas to pursue her country music dreams. Her plan is put on hold when her mother is taken by Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Rose is forced to flee to Austin, Texas. The film premiered on May 2, 2019 to mostly positive reviews.

The film was released in theaters on October 9, 2020.

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Rose of Tralee of rose & oud

The 2018 Rose of Tralee was the 59th edition of the annual Irish international festival held on 2021 August 2018. The competition was televised live on RT television. 57 women from all over the world took part during the Rose of Tralee festival with 32 going on to the live shows.

The Waterford Rose, 21-year-old Kirsten Mate Maher was named as the 2018 International Rose of Tralee. Of Irish and Zambian heritage, Mate Maher is the first African-Irish rose to win the competition. Roscommon man Paul Clabby won the Rose Of Tralee Escort of the year.

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Track listing of rose & oud

"I Believe in You" (Frank Loesser) - 3:05

"Honeysuckle Rose" (Andy Razaf, Fats Waller) - 3:01

"Moonlight on the Ganges" (Sherman Myers, Chester Wallace) - 2:37

"The Lady's in Love with You" (Burton Lane, Loesser) - 2:14

"After You've Gone" (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton) - 2:38

"A Garden in the Rain" (James Dyrenforth, Carroll Gibbons) - 3:16

"I Can't Give You Anything But Love" (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh) - 3:09

"The Trolley Song" (Ralph Blane, Hugh Martin) - 2:37

"I'm Gonna Live Until I Die" (Mann Curtis, Al Hoffman, Walter Kent) - 2:05

"Falling in Love with Love" (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers) - 2:29

"Great Day" (Edward Eliscu, Billy Rose, Vincent Youmans) - 2:02

"Nobody Else But Me" (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern) - 3:11

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Description of rose & oud

The 11th constituency of Val-de-Marne lies in the north east of the department and is largely made up of the suburb of Villejuif.

Similarly to the neighbouring Val-de-Marne's 10th constituency the seat was held for many years by the French Communist Party, however it was captured by the Socialist Party (France) at the 2002 election. Also like Val-de-Marne's 10th constituency two left wing candidates qualified for the second round and so the second place Left Party candidate withdrew leaving Jean-Yves Le Bouillonnec without an opponent.

On September 9, 2019, Albane Gaillot left the LREM party, then in March 2020, she left the LREM group and became non-registered (deputies who are neither members nor related to a parliamentary group of the National Assembly), then in May 2020, she was one of the 17 initial members of the Ecology Democracy Solidarity group.

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Bishop of rose & oud

On May 7, 1958, Rose was elected Suffragan Bishop of Southern Virginia during a diocesan convention. He was consecrated bishop on September 16, 1958 by Presiding Bishop Henry Knox Sherrill. He was then elected Coadjutor Bishop of Southern Virginia in 1964 and then succeeded as diocesan bishop in 1971. During his time as bishop, he was co-founder of the Church of the Holy Apostles in Virginia Beach, together with Bishop Walter Francis Sullivan of Richmond, where Catholics and Episcopalians worship together. Plans were first conceived in 1974 and the church opened in 1977. He retired in 1978 and died on November 18, 1997 in Tallahassee, Florida. .

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Early Life and Education of rose & oud

Rose was born on March 10, 1913 in Nashville, Tennessee, the son of Charles Solon Rose and Amy Payne, of Scottish ancestry whose paternal ancestors arrived in the United States in 1725. He graduated from Sewanee: The University of the South with a Bachelor of Arts in 1936. In 1938 he also graduated from the School of Theology of the same university with a Bachelor of Divinity. He married Frances Lewis Luce on January 6, 1947 and together had one son. In 1958 he spent some months studying at St Augustine's College, Canterbury. He was awarded a Doctor of Divinity from the Virginia Theological Seminary on October 13, 1959.

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Cemeteries of rose & oud

Cedar City Cemetery is located in the far southeast corner of the southeast quadrant of section 32 of the township. The land was donated by David Chandler, the first settler of the short-lived community of Cedar City, and in 1879 it had 42 lots. The first burial on record was of a man named Robinson, assistant editor of the Mower County Mirror. Strips of land were added at various times over the years, the largest addition coming in 1957, a donation by Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brown.

Rose Creek Cemetery is located in the southwest quadrant of section 34 of the township on the banks of Rose Creek.

Calvary Cemetery is located in section 10 of the township within Austin's city limits.

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Louis-Antoine-Rose Ormires Lacase of rose & oud

Louis-Antoine-Rose Ormires Lacase (14 July 1809 - 16 January 1890) was a French Roman Catholic priest from the Diocese of Carcassone and the founder of the Sisters of the Guardian Angel - an order dedicated to the care of children and the educational needs of the poor.

Lacase became a Servant of God on 25 March 1954 under Pope Pius XII and was made Venerable on 8 March 1997 after Pope John Paul II confirmed his life of heroic virtue. Pope Francis recognized a miracle attributed to him in 2016 which confirmed his beatification; the celebration took place in Oviedo on 22 April 2017 with Cardinal Angelo Amato presiding on the pope's behalf.

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Rose Thisse-Derouette of rose & oud

Rose Thisse-Derouette (20 July 1902 16 September 1989) was a Belgian composer, conductor, musicologist, folklorist and teacher. She was born in Lige, Belgium, and won the Prix de Rome for composition.

Thisse-Derouette wrote articles on folkloric dance in the 1960s, including Our older players in Ardennes - Retrospective of a profession which has disappeared: li mestre, published in Watcher in the Walloon, No. 3, Le recueil de danses manuscrit dun mntrier ardennais, published in Annales de l'institut archologique du Luxembourg (d. Fasbender, Arlon), and Nos vieux joueurs de dans ardennais/ She died in Lige, Belgium, in 1989.

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Recognition of rose & oud

She produced and directed the feature documentary Respect the Doc, a feature-length documentary about documentary filmmakers and how they can shift culture. This film had a theatrical release in California and Sydney. Kandarian also taught courses on documentary filmmaking at the Sydney Film School.

In 2005, Kandarian traveled to New Zealand to edit TVNZ's The Rookie on Studio Two with Taylormade Media. During this time, she won the award for best cinematography at the New Zealand 48-Hour Short Film Festival for her mockumentary Bruised Gold, about the dangers of a fictional drug derived from bananas, later shown on the C4 television network.

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