rouge plant


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Noun1.rouge plant - bushy houseplant having white to pale pink flowers followed by racemes of scarlet berries; tropical Americas
genus Rivina, Rivina - small genus of erect perennial shrubby herbs; tropical and subtropical America
houseplant - any of a variety of plants grown indoors for decorative purposes
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My grandfather, who worked at the Ford Rouge Plant, would talk about the production (i.e., assembly) line.
In effect, a 3D printer is a miniaturized River Rouge plant! Thus, this envisions a future global manufacturing network for a product being comprised of an unlimited number of local and regional 3D printing plants.
The Mexican muralist had gotten wind that the Unemployed Councils, an arm of the Communist Party, USA, was organizing a march to the gates of Ford Motor Company's River Rouge plant in protest of wage cuts, unemployment, and the company's invasive surveillance into the lives of workers.
In one, Patton-James stares off into space in the DIA's Rivera Hall; above her head, Diego Rivera's rendering of a racially integrated Ford Motor Company River Rouge Plant is visible.
Never mind that each year the River Rouge plant releases enough mercury, soot, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and other toxic chemicals to cause at least 44 deaths, 72 heart attacks, and 700 asthma attacks, according to studies conducted for the advocacy group Clean Air Task Force.
No tour of Detroit is complete without a long meditation in the Rivera Court of the Detroit Institute of Art, which depicts the assembly line of the Ford Rouge plant in the 1930s.
It's the second largest green roof in Michigan, behind only the Ford Rouge Plant.
At the Ford Rouge plant in Dearborn, Vivian Davis said she's thrilled to be among those taking an early retirement incentive.
Ford's Escape Hybrid and Mariner Hybrid, along with the lean, green and flexible Ford Rouge Plant, are examples of the confident first steps Ford has taken toward this goal.
Detroit's rich history in automotive technology and industrial manufacturing provided the perfect backdrop for the SLCC and afforded conference attendees the opportunity to tour the Ford River Rouge Plant and the Henry Ford Museum.