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The Irish Setter style comes from the 1950s, and whose name comes from the gold russet sequoia coloring—a color so reminiscent of the Irish Setter hunting dog, the brand changed the name of the color to reflect it.
This sturdy perennial has clumping foliage and large, platelike flower clusters that start pink, then gracefully age to rosy russet-red in the fall.
Try This:Thinly slice and grill potatoes for your next BBQ or bake whole russet potatoes and use them as a taco shell replacement by loading up on ground turkey, beans, avocado, salsa and sautéed summer veggies.
Then draw a route through more than 10,000 years of history, covering Neolithic ruins, Biblical sites, one of the New 7 Wonders of the World, and russet landscapes that wouldn't look out of place on Mars.
Here, geology is a natural form of art that shows off its dazzling skills in swirls of sandstone painted in russet palettes on rocks.
Regina appears first in evening black, with just enough bosom showing, then in bold satins, russet and forest green.
Much of the fabric was the very mix of russet browns, moss greens, and golds of the landscape outside the window, giving the impression of a kind of inevitability to the colors, the way Campari feels at home on the Italian coast.
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