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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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.
We shall wait for your return, Iron Lady of Asia,' neophyte Senator Manny Pacquiao said of Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago, who passed away last September 29 due to lung cancer.
However, Suddeutsche Zeitung's London correspondent Christian Zaschke doubted she would be a second Iron Lady, claiming she "occasionally borrows some ideas from the Left".
A winsome armadillo goes to Paris, accompanied by his grandfather's journals, to meet the Iron Lady.
So I just went with it and found that being an Iron Lady meant racing, swimming, competing and just giving of my best in the pool," she added.
Berth occupancy was 65% at the port on Thursday where total seven ships namely Alam Sayang, Ken Star, Dalian Star-D, Le Rong, Coral III, Iron Lady and Global Vika are currently occupying berths to load/ offload cement, rice, steel coil, gen.
I THOUGHT tales about the Iron Lady were exhausted but I heard one more.
Many people believe the Iron Lady was heartless for not shedding a tear over her policies of mass unemployment, the selling of our nationalised industries (which we are all paying for now), selling council houses with the instruction not to build any more, defence cuts that allowed the inva n sion of the Falklands, and making money the greatest sign of worth.
Baroness Thatcher Today the flags fly at half mast Alas, Baroness Margaret Thatcher's time has come to pass Nicknamed the Iron Lady by the Soviet press Very soon now she will be laid to rest There is a huge contradiction of opinion For one of such a senior position Argentina and the world saw how ruthless Maggie could be When sending the rust bucket Belgrano to the bottom of the sea Arthur Scargill eventually found to his great cost That Thatcher not he was the country's boss The poll tax episode caused her great damage By the press she was deservedly savaged Love her or hate her she was a gifted woman Who could have foreseen a woman prime minister coming?