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About: Roses come in a variety of colors. Cultures and traditions all around the world assign symbolic meaning to the roses. For example different colored roses may signify: true love (red), innocence or purity (white), passion (orange), mystery (blue), and friendship (yellow). A red rose is a gift primarily given to a love interest. Now that you know a bit more about roses and the meaning behind their colors, click start and complete today's puzzle puzzle. Have fun!
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