Strike of sugar

(Sugar Making) The act of emptying the teache, or last boiler, in which the cane juice is exposed to heat, into the coolers
- Chaucer.
The quantity of the sirup thus emptied at once.

See also: Strike, Strike

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Even as a child, Fidel was rebellious and at the age of thirteen he helped to organize a strike of sugar workers on his father's plantation.
Florita Sibayan, Ambala chair, said Luisita farm workers and their relatives should be given priority because they had worked at Hacienda Luisita and had been tilling many portions of the estate immediately after the strike of sugar mill employees and farm workers in 2004.
Kitts strike of sugar workers at the beginning of 1935 is taken to be the first domino.