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  • Forrest entered a section of the Big House by way of a massive, hewn-timber, iron-studded door that let in at the foot of what seemed a donjon keep.


  • He passed through his iron-studded door without waiting to see if we complied.

    Arcane Circle

  • He passed through that heavy, iron-studded door to his private room, and quickly returned with a small wrapped present.

    Fatal Circle

  • And every one of them carried an iron sword and an iron-studded shield.


  • The other was heavily barred with iron-studded shutters.

    A Corridor in the Asylum

  • The guards had closed the huge iron-studded tharais gate in the city wall because of the disturbance.


  • Luckily, they are all, like the back one, built of solid, iron-studded oak.

    The House on the Borderland

  • Pulling aside a thick curtain of trailing ivy, he uncovered a tiny, iron-studded door, which looked to have long since rusted shut.


  • Their driver turned the four-wheel drive into the inner courtyard of the castle, coming to a stop outside the impressive iron-studded wooden doors.

    The Christmas Bride

  • The pair of guards leaning on their halberds at the iron-studded gates, hard-faced men in white breastplates and conical white helmets with horsetail crests, eyed him suspiciously.

    Knife of Dreams

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