We were now in a bare and roomy lobby behind the shop, but separated therefrom by an iron curtain
, the very sight of which filled me with despair.
The speech focused on the words: "From Stettin on the Baltic to Trieste on the Adriatic, an Iron Curtain
has descended across the Continent.
He said in a speech: "From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain
has descended across the continent.
Warning of the threat of future isolation, he will say: "Through the Committee of the Regions, having worked alongside those who pulled down an iron curtain
to become part of Europe and seen how through the European Union they have begun to transform their societies, I reject the backwardlooking arguments put forward by those who would by leaving Europe sever the ties and relationships that have taken generations to develop and create a new political, social and cultural iron curtain in Europe - only this time the iron curtain would be around Britain and would be of our own making.
Identikit waste bins an Iron Curtain
reminder WHEN we were introducing the first western built jets behind the Iron Curtain (Romania's State Airline 'Tarom') in the late 1960s, most days Nicolae Ceaucescu's ministers seem to take great pleasure in sticking us in the back of their Zil limousines for a tour of row after row after row of Bucharest's identical (inside and outside) high-rise concrete blocks of flats, completely ignoring the fact there were no design features, trees or gardens, as the whole complex was surrounded by an untidy higgledy-piggledy array of hundreds of government issued dustbins.
Today, I feel that an iron curtain
has descended across Egypt.
Then the instant Brown spied the camera, an iron curtain
came down and he switched to his trademark austerity stare.
We look forward to Coun Tilsley's attempts to control eating habits by throwing an iron curtain
FEW WORDS, even coming from that master of oratory Winston Churchill, have had more immediate and lasting impact than those he uttered in the small mid-western town of Fulton, Missouri, on March 5th, 1946: 'From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic an iron curtain
has descended across the (European) continent'.
Both sides presented an iron curtain
at the back despite some narrow shaves but in the spot-kick sequence it was the Anglesey club who shaded it in a tense 5-4 climax.
At a time when the Ten Commandments have been thrown down from our courtroom walls and the supposed "wall of separation" between church and state has been hardened into an iron curtain
, this is curious behavior indeed.
I interweave part of the classical technique with my own vocabulary to stimulate discussion," Greco says, "to open up an iron curtain
, to explore another situation.
In its selections and juxtapositions, and as a record of the design and construction of these significant European cities, the exhibition gives form to ideas by using inspired loans from international collections and revealing archival material previously obscured by wars and concealed by an Iron Curtain
The Soviet Union established its domination over eastern Europe; on March 5, Chruchill spoke of an iron curtain
descending across Europe, separating the Soviet-dominated east from the democratic west.