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By the way, rusk is the true original biscuit, so prepared to keep for sea, biscuit in French signifying twice baked.
Uncarpeted, uninhabited, doors for the most part locked, all the servants but Mrs. Rusk and Branston departed.
General Rusk was never out of sight of a Wisconsin man, and of course the Ohio man was always there.Speeches of Benjamin Harrison|Benjamin Harrison
I met Mrs. Rusk bustling along the passage with a housemaid.
I also heard Mrs. Rusk, in a minute or two more, emerge I suppose from the study.