In vain Migwan flourished her big iron spoon and ordered them out.
In the cullud quarters, we cooked on a fireplace in big iron pots.
This free end passes down until it engages a big iron casting embedded in the concrete of the lock floor.
A big iron kettle was hung over it by means of a chain and pole.
Jerry was to unlock the big iron gates in the convent wall, where the coal-carts were in the habit of driving in.
It looked just like a big iron fishhook at the end of a pole.
Down came the mizzen-mast of the Guerriere, cut through by a big iron shot.
The big iron doors were open, and she caught her first sight of the town.
As Philippe looked back, he saw the sister standing at the big iron gates, waving to him.
At the big iron gate a ranger with two loaded rifles was waiting for us.