The yellowfin fishing should get started this month, but really hit stride
in April, May and June, so there is time to plan for a trip to West End or Lucaya.
That's surprising perhaps only in that it did $900 million in fiscal 2012, before the Disney Junior network hit stride
Beating an understrength Kilkenny team was imperative, while the landslide win over Galway reaffirmed what they are capable of when they hit stride
Julio looks a name to watch as the Cheltenham countdown starts to hit stride
9 STEPHEN MCPHAIL Took time to hit stride
in his first league start of the season.
Women's soccer at Carolina is renowned and Duke football is just beginning to hit stride
It was at four, though, that he really hit stride
, winning the Hong Kong Mile and successfully stepping up to 1m2f to land the Derby.
But she hit stride
with her anguished outbursts in Act II, the high notes of "Ah
It's really starting to hit stride
," said John Thaeler, senior vice president of Seeco Inc.
But it was based on (offensive) production from guys who really haven't hit stride
The real point is that the transformation of China from a Communist economy into a quasi-capitalistic system, which began 25 years ago, is beginning to hit stride
In these series, Lichtenstein outpaced not only much of his own work, but also much work by other painters who could only hope to hit stride
like this once in their career.
Casting demand is expected to hit stride
by mid-year and expand for the next several years.
But then he hit stride
during Oakland's run for the A.
based companies MARQUE STAR and ESPADA hit stride
with the acquisition of a flotilla of vessels, early industry customer adoption, and private sector investor support to tackle complex global maritime security and logistics issues.