big iron


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big iron

A large and powerful mainframe computer. Also known as big brass.
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The entrance door was a huge one made of massive, curiously shaped panels of oak studded with big iron nails and bound with great iron bars.
THE orang-outang in the big iron cage lashed to the sheep-pen began the discussion.
Big iron upperworks rose out of this headlong structure, and from that twin funnels projected and spat a smoking blast shot with fire.
An 11th class student, Umar Rehman Dar, who also was forced to work at the camp said, 'I was made to carry big iron rods and boulders.
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The 25-year-old British manager of a company which buys and sells rough precious stones, said he received a shipment of precious stones and put it inside a big iron safe at the company office in Al Barsha area.
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Todd Kelman, club managing director, is a big Iron Maiden fan and said before the game: "We are pumped to welcome Bruce Dickinson down to our game.
There was forty feet between them when they stopped to make their play And the swiftness of the ranger is still talked about today Texas Red had not cleared leather fore a bullet fairly ripped And the ranger's aim was deadly with the big iron on his hip Big iron on his hip"