ROSA

ROSA™ is Medtech’s medical robotic technology, dedicated to minimally invasive surgeries of the central nervous system. ROSA™ robots assist health professionals during surgical procedures, increasing the precision and reliability of the gestures and reducing the operating time. The ROSA™ technology is used in 23 hospitals across Europe, No...
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Rosa

The name Rosa, Latin and botanic name of the flowering shrub Rose, could refer to: ==People== ==Places== ...
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Rosa

[n] - large genus of erect or climbing prickly shrubs including roses
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Rosa

genus Rosa noun large genus of erect or climbing prickly shrubs including roses
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Rosa

(1935) Rosa (1935) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Rosa

(1958) Rosa (1958) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Rosa

(1980) Rosa (1980) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Rosa

(1982) Rosa (1982) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Rosa

[barge] The Rosa is a Tjalk-clipper style barge, built in Dedemsvaart, the Netherlands in 1907. Its former name was the `Renaissance`. It was converted to a hotel barge in 1990 and sailed on the Canal des Deux Mers between Toulouse and Bordeaux. She is being refitted during 2010 for cruising on the Canal Latéral à la Garonne. The Rosa has...
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Rosa

A genus of plants including the roses (family Rosaceae); several varieties are the sources of rose oil: Rosa alba, cottage rose; Rosa centifolia, the pale rose or cabbage rose (source of official rose oil); Rosa damascena, damask rose; and Rosa gallica, red rose or French rose. ... Origin: L. Rose ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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ROSA

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Rosa

Rosa is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Rosa

Rosa is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `beautiful, rose` The name Rosa is most commonly given to Italian girls. (8 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Rozay Rose (English, French) The name sounds like: Risa, Rysa, Rosae, Rosay, Rosai, Ros, Rosy, Ross See also: Rhoda, Rosalie, Roseanne, Rosita, Rosi...
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Rosa

The red variety is a new variety between (x Picpoul Frankovka Modra) x Tramin Cerveny 15/3. The crossing takes place in 1951 in Slovakia by Dorata Pospisilova.
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Rosa

This is the group from which the Rosaceae family takes its name. It consists of a large number of species or wild types from many parts of the world. From them have been developed the Roses of all kinds that are grown in our gardens today. (See Rose.) Many of the wild kinds are of great value themselves, especially in a large garden, for they need ...
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Rosa

Type: Term Pronunciation: rō′să Definitions: 1. A genus of plants including the roses (family Rosaceae); several varieties are the sources of rose oil: Rosa alba, cottage rose; Rosa centifolia, the pale rose or cabbage rose (source of official rose oil); Rosa damascena, damask rose; and Rosa gallica, red rose or French rose.  .....
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