Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. striken, to strike, proceed, flow, AS. strīcan, to go, proceed, akin to D. strijken, to rub, stroke, strike, to move, go, G. streichen, OHG. strīhhan, L. stringere, to touch lightly, to graze, to strip off (but perhaps not to L. stringere, in sense to draw tight), striga, a row, a furrow. Cf. Streak Stroke
A pause and a swift start often tempted to a strike.
"The Book of the National Parks" by Robert Sterling Yard
In 1892 this union had conducted a great strike against the Carnegie Works and had lost public sympathy and the strike.
"The New Nation" by Frederic L. Paxson
A strike was at once ordered.
"Ralph on the Engine" by Allen Chapman
To drive him to his knees, to cut him down, to strike and strike for the people he loved and for God.
"The Saracen: Land of the Infidel" by Robert Shea
Ah, who will convey to thee what the Striking is?
"The Saracen: The Holy War" by Robert Shea
She struggled fiercely, silently, striking at him with her free fist.
"Rimrock Trail" by J. Allan Dunn
After that we had several strikes, but not one of them was what I could call a hungry, smashing strike.
"Tales of Fishes" by Zane Grey
Refused membership, they have easily become strike breakers.
"Negro Migration during the War" by Emmett J. Scott
The chief manufacturing city of England has not a striking effect upon the visitor as he approaches it.
"England, Picturesque and Descriptive" by Joel Cook
Rumors of war and high finance, trade unions, strikes and sabotage burst on my startled artist's ears.
"The Harbor" by Ernest Poole
It was doubly necessary that she should work now, because he was on a strike.
"The Cup of Fury" by Rupert Hughes
We'll have a strike here before we get through.
"Calumet 'K'" by Samuel Merwin
Yerbury was on a strike.
"Hope Mills" by Amanda M. Douglas
It was he who had decreed that the clerical force should be laid off without pay for the duration of the strike.
"The Monk of Hambleton" by Armstrong Livingston
I know indeed what strikes still are and what this strike may be.
"In the Heart of a Fool" by William Allen White
He does not look round to see what it strikes, but he hears a cry; man or woman, or both.
"When Ghost Meets Ghost" by William Frend De Morgan
It had been blown off when, at the striking of the steamer, he had rushed up on deck.
"Into the Primitive" by Robert Ames Bennet
If I give him an engine and he runs it, I'll never take him off, union or no union, strike or no strike.
"The Nerve of Foley" by Frank H. Spearman
They're just like so many workmen in a factory; but they don't strike, my gal, they don't strike.
"The Parson O' Dumford" by George Manville Fenn
Strike sail and heave to, on the odds they may leave?
"The Moghul" by Thomas Hoover
'STRIKE me blind!' we swore.
God, and I was stricken!
I have seen the morning fade
And noonday thicken.
"The Blind Sailor" by Theodore Goodridge Roberts
Ah, my deare angrie Lord,
Since thou dost love, yet strike;
Cast down, yet help afford;
Sure I will do the like.
"Bitter-Sweet" by George Herbert
Change upon all the Eternal Gods had made
And on the Gods alike—
Fated as dawn but, as the dawn, delayed
Till the just hour should strike—
"The Last Ode" by Rudyard Kipling
When blows are rained thy blade no longer
Shall strike where clear thy war cry rose,
O man, whose love than man's seemed stronger,
Whose voice no more high Tara knows.
"The Death Of The Boar" by John Douglas Sutherland Campbell
He who was never weak in fight
Heard the loud voices strike the height;
To Grinie he cried, "Though the hounds do not bay,
I wait not their voice, to the hunt I'll away."
"The Death Of The Boar" by John Douglas Sutherland Campbell
Have yet some pity, and forbear to strike
One without power to strive, or fly alike,
Nor trample on a heart, which now must be
Towards all defenceless—most of all towards thee.
"To------." by Frances Anne Kemble
Neither side bends in Raley's strike.
a striking octagonal, stucco-and-wood, castle-like structure featured in several architectural magazines….
1 on their 18-acre Berkshire site: a striking octagonal, stucco-and-wood, castle-like structure featured in several architectural magazines.
Unique furniture, handcrafted from reclaimed materials, in a striking gallery space under the Manhattan Bridge.
Harvesting Cash The Milk Lobby Strikes Back.
They formed in 1972, but never had any success on the charts until 1980 when lightning-striked and they hit number one with 'Keep On Loving You.
If lightning strikes a lake.
Can Software Stop Bird Strikes on Wind Farms.
Israel At 'War to the Bitter End, ' Strikes Key Hamas Sites.
These doves are at once completely unnerving and strikingly beautiful.
Center, an emergency worker carries an Israeli infant from the site of a rocket strike.
The video of Derek Williams begging for help before dying in the back of a Milwaukee police squad car strikes a nerve with the victims' mothers.
Air strikes hit Gaza police.
Ever thought that 3-0 strike should have really been ball four.
Court strikes down Mich. Obama vows not to forget storm victims rebuilding.
This is a striking result, indeed the Dirac operator is not a minimum of the Higgs potential, as one could expect.
Left-Right Symmetric Models in Noncommutative Geometries?
The most striking feature of noncommutative instantons is the absence of small instanton singularity in moduli space of noncommutative instantons.
Gauge theories on noncommutative spaces
The most striking conclusion of our analysis is that, with increasing temperature, the system can undergo multiple transitions between alternating gauge theory, matrix string theory, and supergravity phases.
Duality Cascade and Oblique Phases in Non-Commutative Open String Theory
In the case of ARW the similarity between the W (∆qout ) and W (∆qin ) and the corresponding distributions in Fig. 1 in the scaling region is striking.
Adaptive Random Walks on the Class of Web Graph
Unexpectedly, it has also had striking applications in algebra.
Lectures on controlled topology: mapping cylinder neighborhoods
The striking agreement seen in Fig. 30 clearly supports the notion that these different initial data sets correspond approximately to the slices of a single astrophysical spacetime.
Modeling gravitational radiation from coalescing binary black holes
From FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, we can see striking differences between quantum and classical random walks.
Experimental Implementation of the Quantum Random-Walk Algorithm
Several striking differences between classical and quantum discrete random walks have already been observed for walks on the cycle [AAKV01], the line [ABN+01] and the hypercube [MR01].
Quantum Random Walks Hit Exponentially Faster
There have been substantial successes using this technique, of which the most striking is the resolution, sub ject to certain side conditions, of the so-called Wulff construction for the asymptotic shape of large Ising droplets.
The Random-Cluster Model
It is a striking fact that there is absolutely no evidence whatsoever for this complex and unattractive conjectural theory.
Quantum Field Theory and Representation Theory: A Sketch
The striking symmetry of our inferred Galactic disk shows that selection effects are not driving our result.
An Upper Limit to the Age of the Galactic Bar
This is even more striking when the global deﬁnition is used instead of the bond activation criterion.
Clusters in Simple Fluids
The sensitivity of the OI7774 triplet to the stellar luminosity has been well known since Merril (1925, 1934) noted striking strength differences of the feature among supergiants and main sequence stars.
A revised calibration of the Mv-W(OI 7774) relationship using Hipparcos data: Its application to Cepheids and evolved stars
This is a striking effect of the broad character of the lognormal distribution.
Broad distribution effects in sums of lognormal random variables
Milne [16, 17] has established striking connections between arithmetic and the extensions of abelian varieties over ﬁnite ﬁelds (see Theorem 1).
Extensions of abelian varieties defined over a number field