Iron Lady

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Noun1.Iron Lady - British stateswoman; first woman to serve as Prime Minister (born in 1925)
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The Malindi MP is gaining wide popularity, called the Queen of the Coast and the Iron Lady, giving back as good as she gets in male-dominated rough and tumble politics.
Also known as the Iron Lady she went through some massive reforms which were unprecedented in Britain`s history.
She also wrote the The Iron Lady starring Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher and Suffragette, which also stars Streep along with Carey Mulligan and Helena Bonham Carter.
Foton advanced to the next round of the classification phase with relative ease yesterday as the Tornadoes won via default over UE-Cherrylume Iron Lady Warriors in the 2018 Chooks to Go-Philippine Superliga (PSL) Invitational Conference at the Imus Sports Center.
Cignal took advantage of the blocking department with eight while the Iron Lady Warriors only swatted six.
The Asset Managers also bucked the absence of ace libero Denden Lazaro to overcome the tough-fighting Iron Lady Warriors and notch their first win in Pool B of the tournament bankrolled by Isuzu, UCPB Gen and Sogo Hotel with ESPN5, Hyper HD and Aksyon TV as broadcast partners.
An iron lady, she was a true representation of all feminine attributes of bravery, courage, fortitude and honesty.
Streep owns the film, delicately essaying a woman slowly recognising the iron lady within herself.
THERESA May has gone from "the next Iron Lady to the lady vanishes", a Labour MP has taunted, after the Prime Minister's image was removed from the front page of the Conservative Party website.
Trish Alexander, 56, boss of The Iron Lady in Maryhill, said: "In the words of the Bee Gees, it's a tragedy.
France's Le Figaro newspaper said she would deliver Brexit, while Russian TV channels wondered if Mrs May would become a "second Iron Lady".
A winsome armadillo goes to Paris, accompanied by his grandfather's journals, to meet the Iron Lady. Along the way, he eats a croissant, visits the Louvre and walks beside the Seine as he follows his grandfather's path to the Iron Lady.