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- n. Large, expensive, powerful computers such as mainframes.
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I but stretched them up and turned my back; for Di Ya, dough-thief and eater of raw flour that he is, with head into the big iron pot, overturned and stuck there, his legs waving like the branches of a forest tree in the wind.
But when the Shotwells broke up and went to their plantation on the Ohio River, Allen remained in the city and found employment with M.L. Belknap, of the big iron firm of W.B. Belknap
He raised his eyes to my face for a moment, then slid the big iron key inside the padlock's hole and twisted.
And the Ranger's aim was deadly, with the big iron on his hip