Cite

Search

Search results

957 results found

Rosemary Kennedy

Rosemary Kennedy was the lesser-known sister of President John F. Kennedy whose mental problems helped inspire the creation of the Special Olympics. Rosemary Kennedy was the oldest daughter of Rose a…

Rosemary Clooney

In the decade after World War II, Rosemary Clooney was the cheerful, dimpled singer of pop tunes like "Hey There" and "This Ole House." Her saucy 1951 hit "Come On-A My House" made her a star. ("Come…

Brewer's: Rosemary

is Ros-marinus (seadew), and is said to be “useful in love-making.” The reason is this: Both Venus, the love-goddess, and Rosemary or sea-dew, were offspring of the sea; and as …

Rosemary Kennedy 2005 Deaths

Rosemary KennedyAge: 86 eldest sister of President John Kennedy who was born mildly retarded. In 1941, her father, Joseph Kennedy, had her lobotomized. The operation left Rosemary in an infant…

Rosemary Verey 2001 Deaths

Rosemary VereyAge: 82 highly respected British garden designer and author who helped to popularize ornamental vegetable gardens. She designed gardens for Elton John and Prince Charles. Tens of…

Rosemary Clooney 2002 Deaths

Rosemary ClooneyAge: 74 deep-voiced singer and actress who was one of the country's premier jazz and pop singers of the 1950s and '60s. Her hits include “Come on-a My House” and &#…

Brewer's: Rosemary Lane

(London), now called Royal Mint Street. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894RosewoodRosemary A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W …