a territory in Antarctica, including Ross Island, the coasts along the Ross Sea, and adjacent islands: a dependency of New Zealand. About 175,000 sq. mi. (453,250 sq. km).
a section of Antarctica administered by New Zealand. (Claims are suspended under the Antarctic Treaty of 1959). Includes the coastal regions of Victoria Land and King Edward VII Land, the Ross Sea and islands, and the Ross Ice Shelf. Area: about 414 400 sq km (160 000 sq miles)
[raw-suh l] /ˈrɔ səl/ noun 1. a seasonal Pacific Ocean current, a branch of the South Equatorial Current, flowing W and NW past New Guinea.
noun 1. Roberto [ruh-bair-toh;; Italian raw-ber-taw] /rəˈbɛər toʊ;; Italian rɔˈbɛr tɔ/ (Show IPA), 1906–77, Italian motion-picture director. noun 1. Roberto. 1906–77, Italian film director. His films include Rome, Open City (1945), Paisà (1946), and L’Amore (1948)
noun 1. a logger who peels the bark from, and often smooths one side of, a log so that it may be dragged easily. 2. any of various machines or devices for removing bark from logs and pulpwood. 3. an attachment on a circular saw for removing ross or bark ahead of the blade.
noun 1. Christina Georgina, 1830–94, English poet. 2. her brother, Dante Gabriel (Gabriel Charles Dante Rossetti) 1828–82, English poet and painter. noun 1. Christina Georgina. 1830–94, British poet 2. her brother, Dante Gabriel. 1828–82, British poet and painter: a leader of the Pre-Raphaelites