Such was the author of "The Little Duke" and "The Dove in the Eagle's Nest," such the author of "A Flatiron
for a Farthing," and "The Story of a Short Life.
I'd like to smooth this thing over, in some way," said a flatiron, earnestly.
Permit me," continued the flatiron, "to press my suit, your Majesty.
She reached for a flatiron
, with which, as a sort of cordial, she hoped to bring the gastronomical duel to a close.
In the kitchen, Nancy sent her flatiron
with a vicious dig across the dish-towel she was ironing.
I wish wearing flatirons
on our heads would keep us from growing up.
The roof was mended, a kitchen maid was found--a crony of the village elder's--hens were bought, the cows began giving milk, the garden hedge was stopped up with stakes, the carpenter made a mangle, hooks were put in the cupboards, and they ceased to burst open spontaneously, and an ironing-board covered with army cloth was placed across from the arm of a chair to the chest of drawers, and there was a smell of flatirons
in the maids' room.
Another good roll creation comes via a skewer with tender flatiron
steak ($8) around a cheese and onion mixture plus a chimichurri-type dipping sauce.
The double-barreled entrepreneurial effort that New York-based Flatiron
Partners launched in April, 2000 to encourage social entrepreneurship has hit the same bump that the sluggish economy has thrown up for other venture capitalists.
com received $23 million in venture financing from Chase Capital, Flatiron
Partners, Macluan Digital Partners, and IDG Ventures, among others.
The family of Flatiron
, depending on which project you're looking at) projects will bring more than 2 million square feet of new retail space to the city.
Take Man Ray's iconic Cadeau, 1921, for example: What could be a more pointed-literally--image of the conjunction of domesticity and aggression than the famous flatiron
bristling with nails?