ironbark was the codename for just one source: Oleg Penkovsky.
Pressed, Carter replied that the agency had drawn on a number of sources, “including our ironbark sources.”
Moran's face grew as black as an ironbark tree after a bush fire.
Geophaps plumifera was very frequent on the ironbark ridges.
To-day I took my old course to the north-west, and passed a scrubby ironbark forest, and flat openly-timbered forest land.
Then of a truth you will long for ironbark, or even homely oak.
It is undulating poor land of a sandstone formation, grassed with triodia and wooded with ironbark and bloodwood.
On these hills grew the varieties of eucalypti known in the colony, such as ironbark, bluegum, and stringybark.
The country became more sandy, timbered with ironbark, cypress, etc.
The country east of the range is entirely granitic; grass very scanty, and very thinly wooded with ironbark.