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One of the cheapest forms, it also has the advantage of being flavorless—other iron compounds can taste like a rusty pipe.
Miami was still shorthanded Wednesday and lost to Pittsburgh, but while Olaniyi was rusty in missing 10 of his 12 shots, he played 37 minutes and contributed seven points, three rebounds, two assists and two steals.
In a long downturn, workers’ skills get rusty and machinery deteriorates or becomes outdated.
Washington was more rusty than rested, and that trend continued.
Employers don't like to hire people with large gaps on their résumé, or whose skills might be outdated or rusty.
Long snappers could conceivably be rusty, but they’re specialists who are allocated a roster spot to do one thing, and one thing alone, so they have strong incentives to remain sharp.
When pneumonia occurs during the course of a chronic bronchitis, the characteristic rusty red sputum may not appear.
A student, showing the Museum at Oxford to a party, among other things produced a rusty sword.
Mademoiselle was poking at a rusty stove that smoked a little and warmed the room indifferently.
It stood on rusty broken rails which were nearly covered with dead leaves.
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