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WHAT DOES MOSS ROSE MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Portulaca grandiflora, is a flowering plant in the family Portulacaceae, native to Argentina, southern Brazil, and Uruguay. It is also seen in South Asia and widely spread in most of the cities with old 18th-19th century architecture in the Balkans. In Bangladesh, it is called "Time Fuul", meaning "Time Flower", because the flower has a specific time to bloom. In India, it is called "Nau Bajiya" or "9 O'clock flower" as it blooms in morning around 9:00 AM. In Vietnam, it is called "Hoa mười giờ" meaning "Ten o'clock flower", because the flower is usually in full bloom at 10 o'clock in the morning. Its buds are often chewed by small birds like House Sparrow. It is a small, but fast-growing annual plant growing to 30 cm tall, though usually less. However if it is cultivated properly it can easily reach this height. The leaves are thick and fleshy, up to 2.5 cm long, arranged alternately or in small clusters. The flowers are 2.5–3 cm diameter with five petals, variably red, orange, pink, white, and yellow.
The translations of moss rose from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «moss rose» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «MOSS ROSE» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about moss rose
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MOSS ROSE»
Discover the use of moss rose in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to moss rose and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The white mossrose, and sequel
White moss rose. than hers, your temptations greater or less ; but if you open your
hearts to God and tell Him of every thought and act, you will be sorry for sin,
strong to do better, and full of peace and happiness. Mary knew that when we
White moss rose, 1862
The story of a mossrose; or, Ruth and the orphan family
CHAPTER I. THE MOSS ROSE. N the middle of a very hot July day, when the suri
was pouring his fierce beams straight down into the close, dusty, and crowded
streets of our mighty London, making the foot passengers pant for a breath of ...
Charles Bruce (writer of tales.), 1871
A Solitary MossRose: A Collection of Poems
An author can only hope that there may be a poem that will reverberate with the reader's life experience. This book is dedicated to my muse and love Inger Lise Nissen. The author is a physician, living in Mequon, Wisconsin.
Albert Liebman, 2006
The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication
Mr. Hirers also informs me that he raised two or three roses of the Provence class
from seed of the old single moss-rose;38 and this latter kind was produced in
1807 by bud-variation from the common moss-rose. The white moss-rose was
Charles Darwin, 2010
1913 Biltmore Rose Catalog
No garden would approach completeness without at least a few specimens of the
Moss Rose family. “ Blanche Moreau Perhaps the best of the White Moss Roses.
The blossoms are of the purest white, with a sweet fragrance. Both buds and ...
Michigan Getting Started Garden Guide: Grow the Best ...
Use moss rose in containers, rock gardens and flower beds that can be enjoyed
during the day. The flowers close late in the day, so there won't be much of a
display to see in the evening. Use this unique response to light to interest
children in ...
Melinda Myers, 2013
The rose amateur's guide
THE MOSS ROSE. (Rosa centifolia muscosa.) The Moss Rose, or Mossy
Provence Rose, is most probably an accidental sport or seminal variety of the
common Provence Rose, as the Old Double Moss Rose, which was introduced to
Thomas Rivers, 1840
The European Magazine, and London Review
Young Moss Rose (put to Lancaster), 5 years old, by Wellington, out of MossRose; Charles Duncombe, Esq. Duncombe Park, 190 guineas.-Veuus (put to
Lancaster), 5 years old, by Wellington, dam by George; Messrs. Simpson and
Crime and Social Change in Middle England: Questions of ...
... a heartfelt concern for the future prospects of what they regard as 'home'. The
following exchange between estab— lished residents of Moss Rose captures
well this sense of both 'community' and its decline: Dot: We're having more
Evi Girling, Ian Loader, Richard Sparks, 2005
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MOSS ROSE»
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Rochdale boss Keith Hill enjoys treble boost
The stalemate at the Moss Rose began with fluid passing from Dale, who controlled the majority of possession. They came close to opening the ... «Manchester Evening News, Jul 15»
Danny Whitaker: Macclesfield Town midfielder signs new deal
The 34-year-old returned to the Silkmen in 2013 after starting his career at the Moss Rose with his debut in 2002. The midfielder moved onto ... «BBC Sport, Jul 15»
DRFC Former striker makes Torquay move
He left Macclesfield after two-years at Moss Rose to join fellow Conference side Lincoln City. He spent just six-months at Sincil Bank before ... «Vitalfootball, Jul 15»
Summer camp participants have fun learning about science
The camp began in the Killeen Housing Authority building directly across the street from the Moss Rose Community Center, which opened 10 ... «The Killeen Daily Herald, Jul 15»
TORQUAY UNITED: Attackers Shepherd Murombedzi and Waide …
He had a brief spell at Lincoln City before returning to Moss Rose, where he was a popular figure both on and off-the-field. "This is an excellent ... «Torquay Herald Express, Jul 15»
Tony Diagne: Macclesfield Town return for Lincoln defender
He made 86 appearances and scored six goals during his time at the Moss Rose, but moved to Morecambe in 2013 before joining the Imps a ... «BBC Sport, Jul 15»
Stoke City: Mark Hughes casts his eye over up-and-coming talent in …
Hodges's side will then welcome Wolverhampton Wanderers to Macclesfield Town's Moss Rose on Saturday, August 15 for their first home ... «Stoke Sentinel, Jul 15»
Conference Call: Gateshead sign Jimmy Phillips, Matt Glennon …
England C midfielder Paul Lewis, who has made 31 appearances for the club, has agreed a new contract at Moss Rose. A broken collarbone ... «ChesterChronicle.co.uk, Jul 15»
Vintage & Antique Glass
I have a set of 1950s “Ballerina Moss Rose Stoneware” and a few pieces of “Jeanette Shell Pink Milk Glass”. I have cut glass, pressed glass, ... «Carmi Times, Jul 15»
Glennon agrees new Town deal
Macclesfield's Paul Lewis challenges from FC Halifax Town goalkeeper Matt Glennon during the midweek game at Moss Rose. 09:06 Sunday ... «Hebdenbridge Today, Jul 15»
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