And the Liverpool Rose of Tralee is being relaunched by former winner Grace Kelly.
What does ROT stand for?
ROT stands for Rose of Tralee (Ireland)
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We have 60 other meanings of ROT in our Acronym Attic
- Right Offensive Tackle (football position)
- Right on Test
- Right on Time
- Right on Time (Red Hot Chili Peppers song)
- Rise of Terror (online game)
- Rise of the Triad (video game)
- Rise of Tyrants (online game)
- Rise Over Thermal (wireless communication systems)
- Rolled on Tube (textile business)
- Root of Trust (computing)
- Rotunda (Portuguese postal usage)
- Royal Operating Table (Crossing the Line Ceremony)
- Rule of Thirds (photography)
- Rule of Thumb
- Running Object Table
- Runway Occupancy Time
- TAROM Romanian Air Transport (ICAO code)
- Rotate 13 (encoding the alphabet by shifting it 13 places to the right)
- Record Orthogonality Test by Permutations
- Rotate Alphabet Thirteen Places (computer science)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Pat Flanagan THE Rose of Tralee has been described as a cross between Crufts, Winning Streak and a Miss Universe contest taking place in a parochial hall.
THE various Rose of Tralee candidates will be the star attraction at today's major matinee meeting at Tralee (3.
A West Midlands policewoman has reached the UK finals of the International Rose of Tralee Festival, which is Ireland's annual competition to find the world's most " lovely and fair" woman of Irish descent.
Byline: Stephen Maguire I TUNED into the Rose of Tralee by accident on Monday night (RTE1, 9.
Rose of Tralee's president, Terry Anderson, said this year will be a special treat for his organization because the City Hall crowning of the Rose of Tralee among 15 area debutantes will actually take place on St.
Each fall, QVC heralds Ireland's Rose of Tralee festivities with a multi-hour show.
The Liverpool contest forms part of the Rose of Tralee International Festival which had been running in its native Ireland for 53 years before going global.