Memorial rose

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1.A Japanese evergreen rose (Rosa wichuraiana) with creeping branches, shining leaves, and single white flowers. It is often planted in cemeteries.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Mr Rae is chairman of the Pound for Piper charity, which supports the up-keep of the North Sea Memorial Rose Gardens and the Piper Alpha monument in Hazlehead Park.
The Wrockwardine Wood clubmates got their hands on the Dave Card Memorial Rose Bowl at Donnington Wood by beating Rich Lawson (Hanwood) and Molly Sullivan (Meole Brace) 21-14 in the final.
Competitions: Mrs Beaton Memorial Rose Bowl: winter-themed table decoration and a Christmas jumper (any size).
Initially, you could put a slab on the site to protect it and allow a period for soil subsidence before planting your memorial rose or shrub.
Thursday, July 26, at Cook Memorial Rose Garden, 413 N.
End the ban on filming and commercial photography at the Owen Memorial Rose Garden.
Hubert Watkins Memorial Rose Bowl for best exhibit in Hardy Welsh Mountain, Emrys Roberts, Llangynog.
They were instrumental in 2006 in securing gifts of the first roses and plant materials that became the Veterans Memorial Rose Garden, located on the R.R Foil Plant Science Research Center on the north side of campus.
10 will mark the 16th anniversary of the annual Shirley Batsie Memorial Rose sale, which features a dozen roses for only $8.
News' 2014-15 Best Hospitals rankings, Sarasota Memorial rose in the rankings, to #30 in Gynecology care (up from #48 last year).
The donors' names are added to the memorials at both HRI and CRH and both hospitals have memorial rose gardens dedicated to the "gift of life".
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