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strack

(stræk)
vb
an archaic past tense of strike
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On its first arrival it appeared very thirsty, and with exserted maxillae drank eagerly of drops of water, this same circumstance has been observed by Strack: may it not be in consequence of the little insect having passed through a dry and rarefied atmosphere?
One reason for growth is frequent posts from top influencers on "Dollar Store Makeovers" or "Dollar Store Hauls." Among those frequently posting bargain brand makeovers are Kelly Strack, Zabrena and Laura Lee.
Board President Steven Strack said the board is excited to have Glickman aboard.
Michael Strack is the new marketing manager at CustomXM in North Little Rock.
It was a term used by the Family Justice Center Alliance Director Gael Strack to describe the communities that were denied Federal funding, but who persevered in their commitment to making their dream of opening a Family Justice Center in their community a reality.
"Germany is turning into a real talent magnet," said Rainer Strack, one of the authors of the study and a senior partner at BCG.
For those fleeting summer months, having outdoor spaces to offer customers can make or break the season for local businesses in the food, beverage and hospitality industries.<br />"People are really looking for that outdoor space, so I think nowadays it's really relevant to offer a space where people can enjoy themselves outdoors," says Kyle Strack, director of food and beverage for MC Management, which owns the Hyatt Regency Rochester, Strathallan Rochester Hotel & Spa and the Rochester Riverside Hotel (formerly the Radisson Rochester Riverside).<br />Strack says playing up these open-air areas, particularly in downtown hotels where green space is limited, can be a big help in securing major bookings.
Plaintiff Billy Strack, the trustee for Patricia Strack's mineral estate, alleged the company unjustly enriched itself by charging fees to gather, transport and process oil and gas, including paying some of Continental's subsidiaries for those services.<br />Deduction lawsuits are common in oil-producing states, with royalty owners arguing that operators charged too much or took improper deductions for moving the commodity from the production point to the sale point.
Round pearl production involves insertion of a single round nucleus into the gonad of a host pearl oyster, accompanied by a piece of the nacre secreting mantle tissue from a donor oyster (Taylor & Strack 2008).
According to a report by New York Daily News, Anthony Perez was with his 12-year-old friend at Strack Pond in Forest Park.
Columb Strack, part of the team working on the report, said the changes reflect a shift in strategy but remain aligned with the group's core ambition of waging war against the West and Arab governments, including Iraq, Syria, Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
Columb Strack looks at the evolution of the Islamic State's chemical weapons efforts in Syria and Iraq and the possibility that the group could export chemical terror to the West.