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ˈrɒdʒ ərzRod·gers

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  1. Rodgers, Richard Rodgersnoun

    United States composer of musical comedies (especially in collaboration with Oscar Hammerstein II and with Lorenz Hart) (1902-1979)


  1. Rodgersnoun

    An English patronymic surname derived from Roger. Variant form of Rogers.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Rodgers in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Rodgers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

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  1. Angie Lester:

    The surgery, which also involved replacing the transferred bone from Rodgers ’ thigh with graft, was the latest in a slew of other procedures the girl had undergone since childhood, according to Fox 7. Angie Lester, Abby’s mom, said Angie Lester is happy and proud of Angie Lester daughter, who is traveling to Tokyo next week for the International Craniofacial Surgeon’s Conference. Angie Lester's( Rodgers) dealt with it all in stride, abby Rodgers's pretty resilient. And despite Abby Rodgers facial anomalies and the way that Abby Rodgers looks, Abby Rodgers's always had confidence, which I'm thankful for.

  2. Larry Starr:

    Most of the songs at that time were written to be popular and people like Gershwin or Rodgers would have been surprised that they outlived their time.

  3. Jaycee Horn:

    Let me say this, I'm a huge Aaron Rodgers fan, but last night when I saw that he was not happy with Green Bay ... when I saw nothing at all was talked about my son, it kind of upset me, and I was disappointed.

  4. Faith Whittlesey:

    Ginger Rodgers did everything Fred Astair did, but she did it backwards and in high heels.

  5. Ron Wolf:

    There’s been a huge change and it started with Russell Wilson then went to [ Deshaun ] Watson and now we got Rodgers.

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    a decorative musical accompaniment (often improvised) added above a basic melody
    • A. descant
    • B. exacerbate
    • C. suffuse
    • D. monish

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