- When she stepped back outside, blinking, into the sunlight, Paul was sitting on a stone in front of the wrought-iron fence.p. 305.6
- She had driven too fast down the narrow country roads to the private cemetery, marked with a wrought-iron gate, where her daughter was buried.p. 75.5
- At the side of this church was a graveyard, the old stones tilting behind a wrought-iron fence.p. 303.3
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