1. Rose (Mary) Woods was Richard Nixon's secretary. Fiercely loyal to Nixon, Woods claimed responsibility in 1974 grand jury testimony for erasing up to 5 minutes of the 18 1/2 minute gap in one of the Nixon audio tapes that were central to the Watergate scandal. Her demonstration of how this might have occurred, was met with skepticism from those who believed the erasures to be deliberate. Later investigators identified five to nine separate erasures. The contents of the gap remain a mystery.
2. Rosewoods refer to a number of richly hued timbers, brownish with darker veining. All rosewoods are strong and heavy, taking an excellent polish, being suitable for flooring, furniture, turnery, musical instruments, and wooden chess sets. In general, supplies are poor through overexploitation.
3. Rosewood font: makes your shitty designs look cool, impresses teenagers, is used over and over and over again, is the new Comic Sans MS for designers.
4. Rose Woods is a Midget-like creature that comes out at night to play in the streets. Only a few people have seen it. Some say it has hair growing out of its ears, some say it has wings. It doesn’t matter what it looks like, we all just love Rose Woods.