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russet

1. any of various apples with rough brownish-red skins
2. brown with a yellowish or reddish tinge
3. 
a. a rough homespun fabric, reddish-brown in colour, formerly in use for clothing
b. (as modifier): a russet coat
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At Russet South, drill holes intersected similar grades including 76 g/t gold over 2.1 metres and 27.1 g/t gold over 5.8 metres.
Easton and AF4296-3 fries were lighter and less yellow than the Russet Burbank samples.
Huwa-San TR50, Tomato russet mite, Aculops lycopersici, Neosiulus cucumeris.
These single-serve potatoes in a carton are designed to compete with overwrapped Russet potatoes available at supermarkets.
Autumn gardening tends to be associated with the changing colours of leaves, where green turns to gold and russet.
Autumn gardening tends to be associated with the changing colours of leaves, where green turns to gold and russet. But it is also a time for some flowers to give us their best - so there is still plenty of colour from blossoms as well as foliage.
Russet House, in Nottage, is a contemporary detached house currently on the market for PS795,000.
You'll want to buy russet or Yukon gold potatoes, because they're the starchiest and most buttery varieties, (http://www.epicurious.com/expert-advice/the-10-commandments-of-perfect-mashed-potatoes-article) according to Epicurious .
If you're a fan of decorative grasses, take a visit to Knoll Gardens in Dorset and admire them in their autumnal beauty as the thousands of varieties flower and take on golden, russet and orange hues.
The researchers found that it is fairly achievable to identify potato breeds that produce less acrylamide, especially when compared with the industry standard potato breeds, Ranger Russet and Russet Burbank.