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Example Sentences for "iron"

You'd better iron your shirt before you go out; it's all wrinkledThe discovery of iron to make tools and weapons brought about great changes in the way people lived.

You'd better iron your shirt before you go out; it's all wrinkled.

Large deposits of iron ore were found in these hills years ago.

The house was surrounded by a fence with a huge iron gate.

I'd better iron my pants before we go out; they're all wrinkly.

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was known as the Iron Lady because she was so stubborn and strong-willed.

I'll have lots of ironing to do when the clothes come out of the dryer.

There is a Turkish proverb which states that man is harder than iron, stronger than stone, and more fragile than a rose.

There is an Afghani proverb that observes that poor iron won't make a sharp sword.

Antisthenes once remarked that as iron is eaten away by rust, so the envious are consumed by their own passion.

During periods of rapid growth, a child's iron supply may become depleted.

Iron began to replace bronze as the metal used for weapons and other implements in the Middle East beginning in around 1200 B.C.

There is enough iron in a human body to make one small nail.

About 5.6 percent of Earth's crust is composed of iron.

The most essential minerals to the human body are: salt for maintaining water levels, iron for red blood cells, and calcium for bones.

Leonardo Da Vinci once noted that just as iron rusts from disuse, even so does inaction spoil the intellect.

Find someone who has ironed clothing in the past week.


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