rouge plant


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Synonyms for rouge plant

bushy houseplant having white to pale pink flowers followed by racemes of scarlet berries

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Greening auto jobs means more than planting grass on the roof of the Rouge Plant (yes, they have--and if not merely a public relations device, it's a good and necessary model for others).
It was transported to Dearborn, where it was used, among other things, as the marshalling point for the people who were sent by bus to tour the Ford River Rouge Plant. The Rotunda burned down in 1962.
The tour takes groups to an observation deck and along a one-third mile, elevated walkway through the 2 million-square-foot Rouge Plant where Ford F-150 trucks are assembled.
In fact, the stamping operation is in the River Rouge plant, an historic facility for Ford that originally opened in 1936.
The installation at the Rouge plant occurred in June 2002, with a TYPE K actuator rated at 2,250 ft.
The noted federal judge Damon Keith said in an autobiographical sketch that his father, Perry Keith, married Annie Williams in Atlanta on December 12, 1906, and moved to Michigan to work at Ford's River Rouge plant foundry.
The retired forklift operator, who worked at the Ford Motor Company's Rouge plant in Dearborn, Michigan, for more than 60 years, donated more than $1 million to educational institutions and charities before he died last November 2 at age 81.
At the Ford River Rouge plant, auto workers collectively staged a more direct and vigorous physical challenge to managerial authority.
One is located at the Ford Rouge plant in Dearborn and occupies a space that is approximately as large as two football fields.
The company's Rouge Plant, a 15 million-square-foot symbol of the industrial age, was built by Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan in 1917.
Speaking only for myself, I appreciate Ken Silverstein's January 24 article "Ford and the Fuhrer." Upon seeing the article, fellow workers told me of seeing swastikas embossed into a Rouge plant powerhouse turbine and valve castings, indicating Hitler-era manufacture in Germany.
The pipeline will connect the inlet of the Baton Rouge plant with FGT's Chacahoula lateral.
security man at the strike-bound Rouge Plant in Dearborn, Mich., April 3, 1941.