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Rosemary, the plant Rosmarinus: Lr. II, 3, 16. “my dish of chastity with r. and bays,” Per. IV, 6, 160 ("Anciently many dishes were served up with this garniture, during the season of Christmas". Steevens). Symbol of remembrance, particularly used at weddings and funerals: for you there's r. and rue, . . . grace and “remembrance be to you both,” Wint. IV, 4, 74. “doth not r. and Romeo begin both with a letter?” Rom. II, 4, 219. “she hath the prettiest sententious of it, of you and r.” Rom. II, 4, 219 “stick your r. on this fair corse,” IV, 5, 79. “there's r., that's for remembrance,” Hml. IV, 5, 175.
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