RUST


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RUSTRemoval of Underground Storage Tanks
RUSTRails under the Stars (Montana snowboarding/skiing event)
RUSTRCRA Underground Storage Tanks (EPA)
RUSTRemote User Scheduling Terminal
RUSTResources and Under Sea Threats (database; US NOAA)
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I went through gallery after gallery, dusty, silent, often ruinous, the exhibits sometimes mere heaps of rust and lignite, sometimes fresher.
Thus bound, but carefully looked after, inert and powerful, those emblems of hope make company for the look-out man in the night watches; and so the days glide by, with a long rest for those characteristically shaped pieces of iron, reposing forward, visible from almost every part of the ship's deck, waiting for their work on the other side of the world somewhere, while the ship carries them on with a great rush and splutter of foam underneath, and the sprays of the open sea rust their heavy limbs.
THE dairy was certainly worth looking at: it was a scene to sicken for with a sort of calenture in hot and dusty streets--such coolness, such purity, such fresh fragrance of new-pressed cheese, of firm butter, of wooden vessels perpetually bathed in pure water; such soft colouring of red earthenware and creamy surfaces, brown wood and polished tin, grey limestone and rich orange-red rust on the iron weights and hooks and hinges.
For every sound that floats From the rust within their throats Is a groan.
And Dorothy oiled them and the Scarecrow bent them carefully until they were quite free from rust and as good as new.
The muzzle was eaten by the rust of centuries into a ragged filigree-work, like the end of a burnt-out stove-pipe.
A man's gifts are not given him for nothing, and the man who has the great gift of dramatic fiction has no right to cast it away or to let it rust out in disuse.
His people love to do anything in their power for their beloved Emperor, so there isn't a particle of rust on all the big castle.
Wrapped in matting, well oiled, free from rust, and brand new, two Winchesters were first unearthed.
The two then joined the others at the door, which one of them had already opened with some difficulty, caused by rust of lock and hinge.
Round one of the fires were clustered four or five of the leading men of the archers, cleaning the rust from their weapons, and glancing impatiently from time to time at a great pot which smoked over the blaze.
Not confining himself to theory, or permitting his faculties to rust, even at that early age, in mere abstract speculations, this promising lad commenced usurer on a limited scale at school; putting out at good interest a small capital of slate-pencil and marbles, and gradually extending his operations until they aspired to the copper coinage of this realm, in which he speculated to considerable advantage.