They were buried as they died, being carted on a sheet of galvanized iron
, in their nakedness, from the hospital to the hole in the ground.
In its frozen state it was more like strips of galvanized iron
, and when a dog wrestled it into his stomach it thawed into thin and innutritious leathery strings and into a mass of short hair, irritating and indigestible.
"It must have a roof of galvanized iron
and an octagon-drop-clock.
The first telephone wire was of galvanized iron
, which had at least the primitive virtue of being cheap.
Also on This Day: 1819: Death of engineer and inventor James Watt; 1841: Three women at Oberlin Collegiate Institute, Ohio, in the United States, became the first women to be granted degrees; 1837: The process of producing galvanized iron
was patented by Henry William Crawford of London; 1900: Death of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche; 1919: First daily scheduled flights between London and Paris started; 1940: First RAF air raid on Berlin; 1944: Allies liberated Paris; 1984: Death of American writer Truman Capote; 1978: The Shroud of Turin went on show for the first time on the high altar at St John's Cathedral, Turin.
Now he is a tinpot pope in the Coca-Cola belt and a brother to the forlorn pastors who belabor half-wits in galvanized iron
tabernacles behind the railroad yards."
A washing machine if the power is available, or galvanized iron
tubs, a wringer, unchipped wash-boards, trustworthy clothes lines and a comfortable place to wash outside the kitchen.
F J Thornton & Co, the weight manufacturers, have now brought out a range of large galvanized iron