If you lock up content behind an Iron Gate,” she said to me then, “you will cease to have a voice in the national dialogue.
He turned to the left and led the visitors through a suite of empty rooms to the Iron Gate, where he rang the bell.
We were shut out that night, and sat at the Iron Gate, and walked about till morning.
As Betty went up to the Iron Gate and unlatched it, she half hoped that the owner of Rose Cottage would be out.
She folded her arms on the topmost bar of the Iron Gate and stood there.
It was ten o'clock when the two friends rang at the Iron Gate of La Richaudiere.
As long as Peter had an Iron Gate before him, he had an angel beside him.
Philip turned into a side street, and drew up at an Iron Gate which opened on to a churchyard.
The entrance to the court was a double doorway, the entrance to the garden was an Iron Gate.
George could easily understand now why the place was called the Iron Gate.