Shrinking Vertical Size of Window

Assembled Wisdom!

Sometimes -- I don't know how, or what command is given by the
web site I'm accessing -- the vertical size of my iceweasel(*)
window becomes larger than the size of my screen, and, no matter how
near the top of my screen the top of the iceweasel window is,
the bottom edge has disappeared.  If this bottom edge has
disappeared, I can't grab it with the mouse and shrink the
vertical size of the window to its normal height.

Is there a keyboard command to deal with this problem?  I always
have terminal windows open, so I could set up a rep command
to set the proper size of (whatever) window, in this case the
iceweasel one.

I'm running Debian squeeze, and sawfish 1.3.5 2.

Thanks in advance for anticipated help!

Alan McConnell

(*)  iceweasel, the name that Debian gives to Mozilla's Firefox

Alan McConnell :
   It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers.
   He who hesitates is sometimes saved.  (both by James Thurber)

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