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strick

(strɪk)
n
(Textiles) textiles any bast fibres preparatory to being made into slivers
[C15 stric, perhaps of Low German origin; compare Middle Dutch stric, Middle Low German strik rope]

Strick

 a bundle of broken hemp, 1616; of flax or jute; a grain measure (one bushel), 1893. See also strike.
Examples: strick of barley, 1530; of coals, 1576; of corn, 1421; of flax; of malt, 1600; of silk fibres, 1887.
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Strick got him into the Centro-Euro-Africa Protectorate.
Said Corkran, when he had explained how it felt to command a native Infantry regiment on the border: "The Stricks are coming for to-night-with their boy.
Hence, there should be strick laws against this kind of act.
Strick noted in his investigation the long-standing contribution of the company commander, but emphasized that the refusal to obey orders of this type is an exception to the norm expected of a commander of a combat company, and pointed out lessons to be learned from the incident.
In the PNAS study, the Strick laboratory used a unique tracing method that involves rabies virus.
Sony/ATV co-president, US Danny Strick said: We are very excited to be working with Pentatonix as their original repertoire begins to impact the market.
Strick security arrangements have been made and heavy contingents of Balochistan Frontier Corps, police and other law enforcement agencies are deployed in and around the venue of the festival.
Separately, the ASCC Education, Research and Development Foundation has awarded $5,000 scholarships to California State University, Chico students Michelle Ahola, Jaymi Hill, and Shane Strick, who are all from California and enrolled in the school's Concrete Industry Management program.
Dalloway (1997) by Marleen Gorris and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1977) by Joseph Strick.
Location is just outside of strick 'Villages' landlords and lease is only $6300-which includes cam & taxes
Strick draws upon her more that twenty years working in the film industry as a Unit Publicist, Project Coordinator, and National Publicity Director to provide aspiring actors, screenwriters, and anyone else with Hollywood ambitions and dreams with a 186-page compendium of real world information, tips, tricks, strategies, tactics and job descriptions.
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