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“This is not a Marvel comic book filled with iron-jawed superheroes, though Mirka yearns for heroics - dreaming of dragonslaying as she tends her younger brother, knits with her stepmother, and prepares the Shabbat meal with her family.”
“Cowher went 21-5 against the Browns, but Tomlin did something even his iron-jawed predecessor couldn't: beat Cleveland in his first meeting.”
“He turns them back to their consoles and resumes his position, the iron-jawed leader standing at the helm in hurricane force winds, undaunted by the ferocity of the storm.”
“JULIA ORMOND, ACTRESS: It's believed that they were called the iron-jawed angels because of the treatment that they were given in prison.”
“And so I think that was one of the reasons that they were called the iron-jawed angels, the suffragettes.”
“Well, then, pretty soon all hands got to talking about the diseased again, and how good he was, and what a loss he was, and all that; and before long a big iron-jawed man worked himself in there from outside, and stood a-listening and looking, and not saying anything; and nobody saying anything to him either, because the king was talking and they was all busy listening.”
“Well, the iron-jawed man he laughed right in his face.”
““You are looking at the most savagerous son of a wildcat there ever was—the original iron-jawed, brass-mounted, copper-bellied King of the Wild Frontier!””
“There were two hundred traps, varying in size from the little, flat ones used for catching a very small brown field mouse, to the yawning iron-jawed kind that a boy must not play with.”
“With iron-jawed grimness, Creed ignored her observation.”
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