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strike

n. a dose of drugs. (see also hit.) Just one strike, Bart, come on, just one. I’ll pay you tomorrow, Bart, come on, just one little strike. Anything, Bart. I really hurt, Bart.
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Asqalan prison strike on July 5, 1970, which continued for seven days.
Today I want to talk about Cyberspace Dominance, the "Information Mosaic," and the future of Precision Strike.
22-23 strike, an estimated 1,000 to 1,500 EAA members - including engineers, land surveyors and veterinarians - demonstrated at venues around the city, and several thousand more of the union's 7,400 members failed to show up for work.
I cannot stress enough the importance of preparing for the possibility of a strike," said James Berg, president of the RAB, which has met with co-ops and managing agents, as well as owners of rental units, on this topic and is distributing a building prepared ness manual.
A single hurricane often strikes several locations.
It would be so much more interesting to go negotiate first, and then if nothing happens, just go on strike.
The strike price of the put establishes a floor for the value of the underlying stock.
Nervous because she and her fellow workers had voted the night before to go on strike, Aline stops just before she is about to go onstage, goes to her empty dressing room, retrieves a handful of strike leaflets, and then goes onstage.
Combining the three commands expanded Strike U's original mission.
Just what does a strike cost each side in a labor dispute?
As we have said on numerous occasions, Baseball should never have allowed the umpires to tinker with the strike zone and call balls and strikes by personal whim.
In the closing scene of Spike Lee's Clockers (1995), Strike Dunham--the film's young, ulcer-prone protagonist--escapes from the life-threatening dangers of urban life.
I recall a bus drivers' strike in Sao Paulo that kept me waiting four hours in traffic to drive a little more than 10 miles.
It was the second day of a stunning forty-eight-hour general strike that paralyzed this island of 3.
Seven of the jurors who convicted him, who were unaware the crime was Gordon's third strike until they read it in the newspaper, sent letters to the judge saying Gordon deserved to be punished, but not as if he were a murderer.