white rose

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white rose

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(Historical Terms) English history a widely used emblem or badge of the House of York. See also Wars of the Roses, red rose
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But--whether it were the white roses, or whatever the subtile influence might be--a person of delicate instinct would have known at once that it was now a maiden's bedchamber, and had been purified of all former evil and sorrow by her sweet breath and happy thoughts.
Make a fresh start and discover your potential with the White Rose School of Beauty.
Representing, humility, purity and innocence, the white rose -- often referred to as the bridal rose -- is associated with young love.
The women chose the white rose for the practicality, but also because white is a symbolic color-suffragettes wore white during their protests, and Hillary Clinton also donned the color while attending Donald Trump's presidential inauguration in 2017.
We choose the white rose because historically it stands for hope, peace, sympathy and resistance.
It's the second time this year the pasty shop has been hit at the White Rose Centre.
They are: The Star Inn at Harome: Up for the Inns and Restaurants with Rooms award Gisborough Hall: Up for the Large Hotel award Feversham Arms Hotel and Verbena Spa, Helmsley: Up for the Small Hotel award The Pheasant Hotel, Harome: Up for the Small Hotel award National Centre for Birds of Prey, Duncombe Park: Up for the Small Visitor Attraction award The Coach House at Middleton Lodge: Up for the Yorkshire Restaurant award Colin Mellors, chairman of the White Rose Award judges, said: "Yorkshire's tourism is a remarkable sector with fantastic hospitality, facilities and produce on offer.
Along with another CCS project in Peterhead, Scotland, the White Rose project,is presently in the front-end engineering and design (FEED) phase in a contest for up to Au1bn in funding from the British government under its CCS Commercialisation Programme.
Hans Scholl, 25, and his sister Sophie, 22, were members of the White Rose, an underground anti-Nazi resistance group founded in 1942 by a handful of students at the University of Munich.
Dolores and Maria persuade Pedro first to obtain medicines for the rebels, later to smuggle arms to them aboard his family's 40 -foot sloop, The White Rose (named after a poem by Jose Marti, a 19th Century national hero, in which the white rose symbolizes Cuba and its brightest aspirations).
In the spring of 1942, while a medical student at Munich's Maximilian University, Schmorell co-founded an anti-Nazi group that christened itself the White Rose.
On Wednesday a similar poster at the White Rose Centre in Rhyl was removed by management.