- n. Plural form of rosette.
“The AA rosette scheme recognises successful cooking at different levels across the UK and success in achieving rosettes is based on one or more visits by an AA inspector.”
“The rosettes were a failure, and the old lady admitted it.”
“Circular plates of metal called rosettes, having various indentations on the surfaces and edges, are fixed on the mandril, which admits of a movement either end-wise or laterally: a fixed obstacle called the 'touch', against which the rosettes are pressed by a spring, obliges the mandril to follow their indentations, and thus causes the cutting tool to trace out the same pattern on the work.”
“They will try to use comparisons between a jaguar's unique spots, known as rosettes, to determine if the animal has been previously identified.”
“In the same place he had a flat ceiling made of gilded rosettes, which is much extolled.”
“The leaves form clusters (often referred to as rosettes) at soil level.”
“When cultered for several days longer, each of these sheets reformed into several round clusters called rosettes (right).”
“While most jaguars are yellow with black rose-shaped spots called "rosettes," a small percentage have a black coat like this mother and one of her cubs.”
“But shoppers should store away pieces "with overtly feminine and sweet details such as rosettes and ruffles," says Jennifer Wheeler, vice president for women's designer apparel at Nordstrom department store in the U.S., since 2008 styles will be more streamlined.”
“Still, shoppers should store away pieces "with overtly feminine and sweet details such as rosettes and ruffles," says Jennifer Wheeler,”
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