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“The large iron bridge just below the dam was carried away, with the stores of the Ludlum Steel and Iron”
“There you may pursue it to its very end and realise the iron will and inflexibility of purpose which caused men ultimately to bestow upon him who guided that campaign the singularly felicitous and fitting sobriquet of the Iron”
“My information, which I have every reason to believe is accurate and not successfully to be challenged, is that, of these Southern iron ores the Steel Corporation has, including the property gained from the Tennessee Coal and Iron”
“I had learned to make gridirons, tributes, or iron stands, &c., and picked up all the scraps of Iron, saved all the old horse shoes about the shop, which I began welding together, working late and early, for business in my line was increasing I soon finished welding, and had iron enough to make a pair of shovel and tongs.”
“I am glad," I said, "that I was born an iron worker and not a Chancellor of Blood and Iron.”
“In fact, she has earned the nickname "Iron Lady of Liberia" because of her strong stances on policy and ethical practice.”
“We see Iron Man and War Machine after the title Iron 2 Man - what.”
“Anything with the title Iron Man 2 on it is exciting!”
“She lost by a landslide but earned the nickname "Iron Lady.”
“Johnson Sirleaf, whose political resilience and tough reputation have earned her the nickname "Iron Lady," is currently campaigning for re-election.”
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