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Sub Rosa
   means   
Secretly
Literally 'under the rose'.
Rose
   belongs to the genus   
Rosa
Rosa Bud
   appeared in the Dickens novel   
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Betrothed to Edwin Drood in childhood, they later agree that they cannot marry. Edwin disappears and John Jasper declares his love for Rosa. In terror she flees to London to her guardian, Grewgious. "The pet pupil of the Nuns' House is Miss Rosa Bud, of course called Rosebud; wonderfully pretty, wonderfully childish, wonderfully whimsical. An awkward interest (awkward because romantic) attaches to Miss Bud in the minds of the young ladies, on account of its being known to them that a husband has been chosen for her by will and bequest, and that her guardian is bound down to bestow her on that husband when he comes of age".
Rosa Klebb
   is an arch-enemy of   
James Bond
From Russia with Love
1955
   was the year   
Rosa Parks Refused to Give up Her Bus Seat
Turning point in the U.S. Civil Rights movement when a black woman wouldn't move to a designated seat on the bus in Montgomery Alabama. She was fined ten dollars for her defiance.
Rosa Parks
   was   
Arrested for Refusing to Give up Her Seat to a White Person
1955 - led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott. U.S. Congress called her the "Mother of the Modern-Day Civil Rights Movement".
Rosa Klebb
   appears in   
From Russia With Love (1963)
A high-ranking officer in SMERSH who defected to SPECTRE
Pixies
   released the album   
Surfer Rosa (1988)
Rosa Parks
   was born on   
February 4, 1913
Civil rights pioneer
Rosa Parks
   was an   
Activist
D. Oct 24th 2005 -- Famous for her refusal on December 1, 1955 to obey, bus driver James Blake's demand that she relinquish her seat to a white man in Montgomery, Alabama.
Pink
   in Italian is   
Rosa
Plum
   has a variety named   
Santa Rosa
Japanese variety
Channel, Anacapa, San Miguel, Santa Rosa
   are all   
California Islands Offshore
Also Catalina of course
Rosa Bonheur
   painted   
The Horse Fair
1852-55; French; Realism; oil on canvas; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Rosa Louise Parks
   was born in   
Tuskegee, U.S.A.
1913-2005. American civil rights activist
Santa Rosa
   is situated in   
California
Pink
   in Spanish is   
Rosa
Also for rose (flower)
What Happened to Rosa (1920)
   starred   
Mabel Normand, Doris Pawn and Tully Marshall
Director: Victor Schertzinger. Also starred Hugh Thompson, Eugenie Besserer & Buster Trow. Plot: A fortune teller tells a store clerk with a romantic disposition that she was a Spanish noblewoman in an earlier life. The girl begins to live the part of the Spanish noblewoman and romance and comedy ensue.
Rosa Henderson
   performed the blues song   
Papa If You Can't Do Better, I'll Let a Better Papa Move In (1926)
Santa Rosa Tunnel
   is located in   
Colombia
1.5 km
Santa Rosa (Manuel M. Dieguez)
   Dam is located in   
Mexico
114 m high. 150 m long. Santiago River
Rosa Moline
   is played by Bette Davis in   
Beyond the Forest (1949)
Also starred: Joseph Cotten, David Brian, Ruth Roman
Arc De Triomphe
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'JACale'
Yellow buds open to a pink-yellow blend
French Lace
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'JAClance'
Pastel apricot to ivory buds open to white
Fairy Tale Queen
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'KORoyness'
Pastel pink
Bride's Dream
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'KORoyness'
Pastel pink
Sweet Sunblaze
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'MELtonie'
Pink with yellow stamens
Pink Symphony
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'MELtonie'
Pink with yellow stamens
Peace
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'Peace'
One of the most popular hybrid tea roses it has yellow petals tinged with pink
Cécille Brunner
   has the Latin name   
Rosa ''Cécille Brunner''
A popular pale pink climbing rose
Apothecary's Rose
   has the Latin name   
Rosa Gallica Officinalis
Deep pink to light crimson; yellow stamens
Autumn Damask
   has the Latin name   
Rosa Damascena 'Bifera'
Pink damask rose
Mister Lincoln
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'Mister Lincoln'
Velvety red hybrid tea
Mr. A. Lincoln
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'Mister Lincoln'
Velvety red hybrid tea
Veteran's Honor
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'JACopper'
Dark red with pink overtones. A.k.a. Five Roses Rose; Lady in Red; City of Newcastle Bicentennary
Tropicana
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'TANorstar'
Clear coral orange
Celebrity
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'Celebrity'
Deep yellow hybrid tea, brushed with reddish hues
Alba
   has the Latin name   
Rosa Rugosa 'Albiglora'
White with yellow stamens
White Lady Banks
   has the Latin name   
Rosa Banksiae Lutea
White version of the Lady Banks climber
Seven Sisters
   has the Latin name   
Rosa Cathayensis Platyphylla
Climber of changeable color: opens bright, deep cerise-purple; then fades to palest mauve or ivory white
Double Delight
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'ANDeli'
Creamy white hybrid tea with ruby-red edging
Crystalline
   has the Latin name   
Rosa 'ARObipy'
Pure white hybrid tea. A.k.a. Valeione Swane
Rosa Ponselle
   is associated with the   
Voice
American, 1897-1981
Rosa Parks
   was a/an   
Social Activist
Civil rights leader, 1913-2005
Rosa Bonheur
   painted   
Ploughing in the Nivernais
1849, oil on canvas; Musée d'Orsay, Paris
1955
   was the year   
Rosa Parks Refused to Give up Her Bus Seat
Turning point in the U.S. Civil Rights movement when a black woman wouldn't move to a designated seat on the bus in Montgomery Alabama. She was fined ten dollars for her defiance.
Rosa Parks
   was   
An American Civil Rights Activist
Refused to give up her seat on the bus for a white person and was arrested. The US Congress called her "the first lady of civil rights" and "the mother of the freedom movement".
Rosa Bonheur
   painted   

Study of a Cow; 1840; French; Realism; Figg Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; size unknown
Bellini: Casta Diva
   was released by   
Rosa Ponselle, Giulio Setti Cond. Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus
1929 - inducted in 2008; from Norma
Rosa Luxemburg
   said   
"Freedom is Always and Exclusively Freedom for the One Who Thinks Differently"
Jewish Polish-born German Marxist theorist, socialist philosopher






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