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rotch
Rotche Rotche, n. (Zo["o]l.) A very small arctic sea bird (Mergulus alle, or Alle alle) common on both coasts of the Atlantic in winter; -- called also little auk, dovekie, rotch, rotchie, and sea dove.

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- Rotch may refer to Rotch or rotche, common names for the little auk Abbott Lawrence Rotch (1861–1912), American meteorologist Arthur Rotch (1850–1894)...
- Francis Rotch may refer to: Francis J. Rotch (1863–1918), American politician in the state of Washington Francis M. Rotch (1822–1863), American politician...
- Thomas Morgan Rotch (1849–1914) was the president of the American Pediatric Society for 1890–91 and America's first full professor of pediatrics. He was...
- Arthur Rotch (May 13, 1850 – August 15, 1894) was an American architect active in Boston, M****achusetts. Rotch was born May 13, 1850, in Milton, M****achusetts...
- toes causes exaggerated flexion of the toes Rotch sign Thomas Morgan Rotch cardiology pericardial effusion Rotch sign. (n.d.) Medical Dictionary for the Health...
- The William Rotch Jr. House, now the Rotch–Jones–Duff House and Garden Museum, is a National Historic Landmark at 396 County Street in New Bedford, M****achusetts...
- Benjamin Rotch (1794–1854), was a British barrister, politician and author. Rotch was MP for Knaresborough from 1832 to 1835. He is buried at Kensal Green...
- Ricky Rotch (born 8 September 1966) is a New Zealand cricketer. He pla**** in one first-class match for Wellington in 1993/94. List of Wellington representative...
- Edith Eliot Rotch (August 11, 1874-December 11, 1969) was an American tennis player of the start of the 20th century. Born and raised in greater Boston...
- Rotch Dome is the sloping ice dome rising to 360 m immediately east of Byers Peninsula, and between Barclay Bay and Walker Bay in Livingston Island, South...