current rose

current rose

[′kər·ənt ‚rōz]
(mapping)
A graphic presentation of ocean currents for specified areas, utilizing arrows at the cardinal and intercardinal compass points to show the direction toward which the prevailing current flows and the present frequency of set for a given period of time.
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The Kerryman was joined by judge Mary Kennedy, current Rose Elysha Brennan and 2014 winner Maria Walsh.
Wood Associates says the current Rose and Crown building and land are under-used and are fast becoming an eyesore - a sentiment which has been echoed by many local residents.
Unlike so much (sweetish) current rose, this version - typically of Southern France - has low enough residual sugar to excel as food wine.
Current rose veal is however now an accepted product, a bi-product of dairy cattle production.
THE hunt is on to find a new ambassador for the Irish community as the current Rose of Tralee reaches the end of her year-long reign.
Current Rose of Tralee Aoibhinn N' Sh[pounds sterling]illeabhcin' Craig and Miriam
With a voltage applied across electrodes spanned by the bacteria, the current rose sharply through a quantum mechanical process known as tunneling.
I noticed this year that it is pictured in current rose catalogs, which is quite an honor at a time when marketing stresses new and improved roses.
The festival was launched yesterday by presenter Daithi O Se and current Rose Elysha Brennan who said the last six months have been a whirlwind.
Among those in attendance were ace Kerry footballer Tomas O'Se, Shelbourne FC manager Pat Fenlon and the current Rose of Tralee Orla O'Shea.
The Belfast man, who won pounds 10million in 1996, was joined by current Rose of Tralee Lisa Murtagh and Belfast Rose Lauren McCann as he launched the pounds 70-a-bottle drink called Danny Boy.
THORNY ISSUE: Current Rose Orla Tobin celebrates last year but show, hosted by Ryan Tubridy, right, could be thing of the past if cash isn't found