prestrike

prestrike

(priːˈstraɪk)
adj
of the period before a strike
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Khrushchev later told Kennedy that Soviet air defenses might have interpreted the U-2 flight as a prestrike reconnaissance mission or as a bomber, calling for a compensatory response by Moscow.
after oil workers in Kuwait agreed to end their strike against wage and job cuts and work to return output to prestrike levels," said analyst Craig Erlam at trading firm Oanda.
In the current experiment, prestrike administration of verapamil did not prevent VF in a well-established commotio cordis model.
Models 1 and 2 use the intended buyback ratio in the prestrike year, and Models 3 and 4 use the actual buyback ratio in the prestrike year.
Well before reaching prestrike orbit, the strike package commander would have internalized the CFACC's intent and objectives, the master air attack plan, the ATO, special instructions, and rules of engagement.
In mid-1951, SAC established two forward headquarters--SAC (X-Ray) in the Far East and SAC (Zebra) in Europe--to control SAC forces deployed to those theaters and "for coordination and control of operations to secure desired prestrike target coverage.
If one must kill, there is no technology that allows for anything remotely approaching the prestrike review, oversight, and post hoc accountability provided by drones.
Historians can learn how "the last dying embers" of the 1960s significantly colored strike events two decades later, how racism and sexism limited PATCO's strength, how tight prestrike bonds promoted solidarity even while clouding reason, how divided labor was about supporting PATCO's illegal militancy, how divided Reagan advisers were about remaining vindictive toward ex-strikers, and how very close the government came to losing the most costly strike of modern times.
55 (2012) (advocating for the creation of a prestrike review tribunal that resembles combatant status review tribunals).
Participants said prices would increase by $11/bbl under Rapidan's short disruption scenario: Change in crude prices relative to prestrike levels after 30 days, assuming a short disruption only in Iran's oil exports lasting just a few days without any other interruption in supply.
The Eitan "will likely be used to provide prestrike information on targets, to eavesdrop on electronic communications and to send battle damage assessments back after an attack," the report added.