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1  The closed gates are of heavy old oak and iron, all eaten with rust.
Dracula By Bram Stoker
Get Context   In CHAPTER II
2  He raised his hand and pointed to the bed, and his iron face was drawn and ashen white.
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3  All the framework was black with time, and from the iron the paint had mostly scaled away.
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4  In a hard and warlike time he was celebrate that he have more iron nerve, more subtle brain, more braver heart, than any man.
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5  The Professor took a small surgical saw from his case, and handing it to me, pointed to the iron bars which guarded the window.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XII
6  The wind roared like thunder, and blew with such force that it was with difficulty that even strong men kept their feet, or clung with grim clasp to the iron stanchions.
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7  Then he took out my traps, and placed them on the ground beside me as I stood close to a great door, old and studded with large iron nails, and set in a projecting doorway of massive stone.
Dracula By Bram Stoker
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8  First he took out a soldering iron and some plumbing solder, and then a small oil-lamp, which gave out, when lit in a corner of the tomb, gas which burned at fierce heat with a blue flame; then his operating knives, which he placed to hand; and last a round wooden stake, some two and a half or three inches thick and about three feet long.
Dracula By Bram Stoker
Get Context   In CHAPTER XVI