Related to Stike: strike back
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Jonjoe Kenny thought he had won their final game in Group C with a screamer but Josip Brekalo cancelled his stike out late on.
Cindy Stike, general manager at Moyer Winery and Restaurant, said her two children moved to Wyoming and Washington for jobs at other power plants.
The stike targeted a Houthi vehicle in Al-Malgam district of Yemen's central Al-Bayda province.
"It is believed that during a lightning stike a bolt of lightning struck the chimney of the house and ignited a fire in the annex of the property.
And then he produced an audacious stike from 50 yards which looked to have beaten Celtic's keeper before he got back to claw it away.
Fifteen Syrian refugees sent to Bulgaria have decided to call off a hunger stike they were planning, the refugee agency has said after holding talks with them.
Right at the end Pearson made a brilliant save to deny Lee Thornton from a free kick while Bay had a shot by Tom Schofield stike a post.
President PALPA also tendered his apology from the passengers cause to them due to their stike.
FEELING GR-EIGHT Gillespie celebrates his goal at Elland Road with stike partner Les Feinand in 1996
The 10th round of negotiations between Iran and the six world powers was held in Vienna from November 18 to 24, where the seven nations decided to extend the talks until July after they failed to stike an agreement.
T Mahon, two storey rear extension to form |additional living space with balcony and garden access, 8 Stike Lane, Skelmanthorpe.