Holly rose

(Bot.) a West Indian shrub, with showy, yellow flowers (Turnera ulmifolia).

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Holly Rose has been named executive director of development at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and JR Andrews is UA-Little Rock's new director of planned giving.
Holly rose to fame in the late nineties as Felicity Scully in Neighbours.
Almost make three years ago, her family set up the to us gORDON WEIR Holly Rose Trust to raise money for adaptations to their home in Robroyston, Glasgow.
Harper narrowly made it to the top spot with 27 percent of the vote, beating Amanda Holden's baby, Holly Rose, into second place by just one percent.
SINGER Holly Rose has some pretty outdated views of the South Wales Valleys - but you can blame her grandparents for that.
Last year, prices for holly rose from pounds 1 a pound to pounds 4 due to a shortage of berries.
Other association officers include Scott Schuh, vice president; Holly Rose, membership chair; Scott Gordon, communications co-chair; Kristi Smith, communications co-chair, all of Little Rock; and Nancy Secen of Maumelle, scholarship chair.
The response in that regard among clients has been varied," said Holly Rose, local sales manager for CW Arkansas.
The girl's name Holly rose eight places in 2001 from 24 a year ago to reach number 16.
Replacing Bettoney is Holly Rose, who has been with KARK since 1994 when she was a sales assistant.
HAYLEY TURNER rode out her 7lb claim with her second career double, thanks to a first ride for Neville Callaghan on Montmartre, which took her to 20 for the season, and regular partner Holly Rose for Don Cantillon.
She produced another fine effort when winning on Classic Millennium at Kempton on Wednesday, while Turner put up a cracking display when winning on Holly Rose at Folkestone on Thursday.