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fireback of cast iron
The back wall of the fireplace, constructed of heat-resistant masonry or ornamental cast or wrought metal, which not only is decorative but radiates heat into the room.
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"So when I had 160 yards left and heard him telling me to always take a club more, I put the seven iron back, took out a six and holed it."
The 23-year-old winger, who was playing for Northern Counties East League Glasshoughton Welfare in 2005, fired the Iron back into the second tier - a year after they were relegated - with the winner five minutes from the end of a thrilling clash.
The 23-year-old winger, who four years ago was playing at Northern Counties East outpost Glasshoughton Welfare, fired the Iron back into the second tier - a year after they were relegated - with the winner five minutes from the end of a thrilling clash.
WORCESTER - Holy Cross coach Tom Gilmore realized a lot of people thought he was crazy when he said during his introductory press conference four years ago that he wanted to get UMass and other Division 1-AA iron back on the Crusaders' schedule.
The role of ascorbate is to reduce iron back to Fe(II) and thus reactivate the enzyme (de Jong et al.
She said: "I didn't sleep properly for the last couple of weeks of my pregnancy because the baby was overdue and I was very uncomfortable so after the birth I felt very jetlagged, although I did manage a pint of Guinness to get the iron back!"
Mom was left running the iron back and forth over the bare ironing board as I slipped back into my bedroom and locked the door.
Most of the players had been taking irons on the first all through the tournament but after Scrimshaw hit a driver straight off the tee at the first play-off hole, Eason put his iron back in the bag.
Paul Hayes missed the chance to get the Iron back into the game when his poor penalty was easily saved.
The beautiful living room boasts a large bay window which floods the room with natural light and a charming fireplace with a solid wood mantle and surround, cast iron back and hearth.
Wooden floors and another period style radiator set off to a tee the original open fire, which has a cast iron back and a tiled inset.
"I hit my drive into the right semi rough and had a good lie, but as I took my three iron back, it snagged and the ball flew left into the trees," said Harrison"Someone then stood on my ball but I got a free drop from the referee but could only move it about four feet.