Thesaurus / rose
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It boasts thousands of rose bushes, plus perennial flower gardens and herbs.

Rose says the company’s ultimate goal is to fly passengers autonomously too, but getting FAA approval to do so will take more time—and probably will require additional rule-making by the agency.

Rose says that when the company begins autonomous cargo flights, its aircraft will have a human pilot monitoring them from a ground control station and talking to air traffic control.

That’s because Google is the processor of the data and publishers are the data controllers who are primarily responsible for what happens to the data that’s being processed, Rose added.

Observer Media, for example, will produce between 70 and 80 virtual events this year, up from the 20 in-person events it had scheduled for 2020, Rose said.

Shaughnessy, with a haggard glance at the motionless form on the floor, rose and walked uncertainly to an easy chair.

The LashOlin L. Lyman

But when they rose Michael signed to his cousin to go on, and planted himself firmly in the path to the door.

MichaelE. F. Benson

Lady Cecilia rose from the bed, advanced towards the mirror, and smoothed her hair.

The Mysteries of London, v. 1/4George W. M. Reynolds

The tracery of a rose window over the door of the North aisle, is gone, and perhaps it is difficult to decide what it meant.

Fortunately the day had been remarkably cool, almost cold, the thermometer only rose to 80° in the shade.


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