ROSE


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ROSERATS (Radio Amateur Telecommunications Society) Open System Environment
ROSERepository of Scholarly Eprints
ROSEResearch on Open Systems for Europe
ROSERemote Operations Service Element
ROSERush on Seven Episodes (online game)
ROSERegistrar's Online Services (University of Texas at Austin)
ROSERest of South East (UK)
ROSERobotic Sensing (Robotic and Sensors Environments International Workshop)
ROSERural Oxidants in the Southern Environment (ecological survey program)
ROSEReturn on Stockholder's Equity
ROSERational Object Oriented Software Engineering
ROSERequest-Oriented Scheduling Engine
ROSEResearch on Ozone in the Stratosphere and its Evolution
ROSEReal-time Object-oriented Simulation Environment
ROSERead Out Support Equipment (cockpit voice recorder extracting)
ROSERemotely Operated Special Equipment
ROSEResistivity of Solvent Extraction
ROSERemote Optical Sensing of the Environment
ROSEReconnaissance Operations and Secret Enforcement
ROSERegister On Silicon Editor
ROSEReduced-Order-State Estimator
ROSEResonance OverShoot Eliminator (normalizes arterial catheter waveforms)
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If I bring her a red rose she will dance with me till dawn.
But with me she will not dance, for I have no red rose to give her"; and he flung himself down on the grass, and buried his face in his hands, and wept.
"He is weeping for a red rose," said the Nightingale.
Rose had always believed love a breath of beauty that would hold its purity even in a hovel, but she had not been prepared for the sordidness that seemed to envelop her as she crossed the threshold of the first home of her married life.
It would have been as easy for Rose to be cheerful in the midst of mere squalor as for a flower to bloom white in a crowded tenement, but at the swift realization of the lack of tenderness for her which this indifference to her first impressions so clearly expressed, her faith in the man she had married began to wither.
As Rose forced herself to face this squarely, something within her crumpled.
Aunt Plenty had even allowed Rose to rummage in her great china closet a spicy retreat, rich in all the "goodies" that children love; but Rose seemed to care little for these toothsome temptations; and when that hope failed, Aunt Plenty gave up in despair.
But Rose took little interest in pink satin hats and tiny hose, though she sewed dutifully till her aunt caught her wiping tears away with the train of a wedding-dress, and that discovery put an end to the sewing society.
And just before they were setting out some boy put his head in the study-door and asked Rose to go with him.
Other fellows wondered at the sudden intimacy, and Rose was asked what he saw in Philip.
At length, one morning, when Rose was alone in the breakfast-parlour, Harry Maylie entered; and, with some hesitation, begged permission to speak with her for a few moments.
'A few--a very few--will suffice, Rose,' said the young man, drawing his chair towards her.