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sub rosa

Privately. This Latin phrase (meaning "under the rose") refers to the ancient use of the rose as a symbol of secrecy. No, I had no idea they were planning to reject the proposal. They must have reached that decision sub rosa.
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Three Indiana state pension funds--members of the Syndicate of Lenders--objected to the [section] 363 sale arguing that the sale was a sub rosa sale, as unsecured creditors (the UAW Trust) received value while secured creditors (the Syndicate of Lenders) only received twenty-nine cents on the dollar.
I tormented myself over Sub Rosa. Did my novel end well enough?
If a class consented overall but a dissenter would clearly be getting liquidation value, then the court could determine that even though the sale had aspects of a sub rosa plan, those features if done above-board would still have permitted plan confirmation under [section] 1129.
(93) Third, the Objecting Creditors argued that the proceeding was an impermissible sub rosa plan and should not be allowed under 11 U.S.C.
He said Chrysler's sales plan was not a sub rosa plan because it "neither impermissibly restructures the rights of [Chrysler's] creditors nor impermissibly dictates the terms of a liquidating plan of reorganization for [Chrysler]."
Last month I shared exhibition space at St David's Hall in Cardiff with two other artists, Menna Angharad and Ian Williams for our show Sub Rosa. I had created a lot of new work so it was great to see it come to fruition.
Sub Rosa is Latin for Under the Rose and is used to denote secrecy.
Third Floor Tiger - Sub Rosa EP IS it the middle of January?
It is run with the help of Mike Sherwood, owner of Sub Rosa Spirits and the founding executive director of the state's brewers guild.
Sub rosa the racist ideology of the "majority and the other" is alive and active.
Predating this emblematic meaning, wild roses had similar significance in Rome, when hung above a door where confidential matters were being discussed; referred to as "sub rosa" (7) or "Under the Rose", its presence reminded the participants of the need for secrecy and silence beyond the door.
The shot-putters were making a joint statement: They had been training their bodies (sub rosa) with a progressive resistance program done with barbells.
government interests, but overall DEA's counterparts recognized that it was a law enforcement agency with no foreign counterintelligence mission or other sub rosa agenda.
Or will it foster more of the sub rosa programs that are part and parcel of how it operates?
But that doesn't make it any less disturbing that the United States government seems to have lost its ability to distinguish between acts that may occur sub rosa in some exceptional, critical situations and the basic rules of proper international behavior.