Remove the ring from the plate and remove the top layer of parchment from the rosace of cooked scallop.
The western porch from its unfinished state does not offer any thing remarkable except the rosace of which we have already spoken.
rosace, a British plant of the same genus as queen-of-the-meadow, found in dry pastures.
The rosace is substituted by a three-lobed window, the central pane of which is larger than the lateral two.
A rosace above, of most brilliant glass, thirty-six feet in diameter; open gallery of fifteen divisions.
A small order called Cephalote, and containing only the genus Cephalotis, formerly included in rosace, is introduced here.
An exudation from the stems of cherry, plum, and some other of the rosace.
The glass of the rosace above the ogive glowed like fiery coal in the deep carvings of a wheel of stone.
rosace, consisting of slender perennial herbs found in temperate regions.