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Use "rusks" in a sentence
"The coffee is soon made, and the simple meal begins; it consists of "rusks," a kind of bread baked until it becomes crisp and hard, and plenty of steaming hot coffee."
"The table was laid for one, the charlotte "rusks" and "lemming" turn-over -- each on a separate plate -- which Nick had been commissioned to procure, earlier in the evening, from the Palmetto restaurant, looming up prominently in the centre; and on another plate were some chipped beef and biscuits."
"Like many stars who cut their teeth on the fresh rusks of the Premier League, Anelka is well adapted to the ways of the press."