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Little spiral rods of iron beautified each of the seven peaks.
It seemed to me -- the reader may smile, but must not doubt my word -- it seemed to me, then, that I experienced a sensation not altogether physical, yet almost so, as of burning heat, and as if the letter were not of red cloth, but red-hot iron.
I made him touch the mirrors and the iron tree and the branches and explained to him, by optical laws, all the luminous imagery by which we were surrounded and of which we need not allow ourselves to be the victims, like ordinary, ignorant people.
The King willingly agreed, and the iron horse, the great spear, and the chains were all prepared as the youth requested.
That's a pair of mittens belonging to Tabby Kitten; I only have to iron them; she washes them herself.
had seen some iron bars and red stuffs used by the natives of these parts.
Along with her came her maidens, bearing a chest that contained much iron and bronze which her husband had won as prizes.
The ship was one of those iron wool-clippers that the Clyde had floated out in swarms upon the world during the seventh decade of the last century.
The small chirruping voice that uttered this request came from a little sunny-haired girl between three and four, who, seated on a high chair at the end of the ironing table, was arduously clutching the handle of a miniature iron with her tiny fat fist, and ironing rags with an assiduity that required her to put her little red tongue out as far as anatomy would allow.
Then he concealed himself near the iron door and waited, manifestly with the intent of remaining there till someone came near.
There was great astonishment over the wild man; the king, however, had him put in an iron cage in his courtyard, and forbade the door to be opened on pain of death, and the queen herself was to take the key into her keeping.
He is journeying to-day into the iron country farther north to look about him.