Rosie Lee

Rosie Lee

(ˈrəʊzɪ ˈliː)
n
(Cookery) Cockney rhyming slang tea
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Born on October 16th, 1949, to Rosie Lee Perry and Edgar Johnson in rural Huntsville, TX, she passed away peacefully on February 28, 2019, surrounded by her family.
Speaking to camera, he said: "So I'm sitting in having a little cup of Rosie Lee (tea) and this little geezer has dragged me to some award ceremony that is proper ropey!"
as big Jimmy Osmond cheerily admits when we meet 44 years later over a pot of Rosie lee.
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Mark Langford was crew on Plenty, the World Champion yacht, and Evan Walker, Rosie Lee, Hamish Hardy, Jaidan Stevens and Jack Breislin were crew on Edake, who took out the Corinthian World Championship.
The inaugural exhibition, Architecture of Life', includes this 1987 mixed-media work by Rosie Lee Tompkins.
And one in 10 would turn down a cup of Rosie Lee thinking it meant the North Sea.
The Ted Baker offerings include the Rosie Lee Collection featuring lifesize floral patterns with dancing dragonflies.
McClanahan - Rosie Lee Estella McClanahan, 67, of Eugene, died July 27.
Rosie Lee had a number one buzz cut in Coventry to raise money for Mencap.
When it comes to tempting sightseers with a cup of Rosie Lee, the estate at Cambo near Morpeth, Northumberland, is well ahead of the game.
The Jurys Inn guides include: brew (Lancashire), kippa tae (Birmingham), cuppo the tea (Exeter), rosie lee (London), tae (Northern Ireland), panad (Wales) and scooby do (Greater Manchester).