Rubigo

Ru`bi´go


n.1.(bot.) same as Rust, n., 2.
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141--Cuius cruoris contactu fruges non germinant, acescunt musta, moriuntur herbae, amittunt arbores fetus, ferrum rubigo corripit, nigrescunt aera.
Y esto es, lo que en aquellas se llama en latin Rubigo y dio motivo a las Fiestas Rubigales de los romanos, de que habla largamente Plineo.
Indeed, such companies as Cleopatra, Rubigo, Emerge, Wet & Wild, and several others that once showed promise of competing for shelf space and sales in the crowded chain drug store cosmetics environment have been characterized of late by a lack of presence in the stores and an equal lack of promotional and support activity.