A Brooklyn strike
If you are a right-handed bowler it is called a Brooklyn strike.
It depends which strike you mean. In 1984 the strike started on the 12th March In 1972 the strike started on the 9th January
its marks every 3rd strike out
Strike-slip (transcurrent) faults. Oblique faults exhibit some strike-slip movement, but they also have a dip-slip component.
strike against war
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If you do not have a striker, you can trying using it on the side of any table. You can also strike it on your pants leg.
Assuming you mean in baseball: The number of pitches in the strike zone versus the number of pitches outside the strike zone.
An industrial unrest is a strike or boycott. So the Pullman Strike 0f 1894 is an example of a industrial unrest because it was also a strike that happened in the West side of Chicago.
a stroke, or to strike
That is to flog.
Width does mean side to side.
A thrown pitch that either the batter swung and missed or an umpired called strike.
The strike zone is the same width as home plate, height is from the batters knees to the arm pits. Umpires call a strike by either raising a fist or pointing to the side
Usually the word "Strike" in theater means to remove a piece of scenery from the stage. For example, "We have to strike this set at the end of the third act."
Air strike means an attack on a ground target or sea target by an aircraft!
attached mail cars to Pullman cars as a reason to send in federal troops to break the strike.
translation: the strike
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