spot strike

spot′ strike`


n.
a labor strike by a local branch of a union.
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LEWIS Wing thought his sweet spot strike had sealed victory for Boro in a pulsating curtain-raiser at Luton.
Van Nistelrooy's first spot strike and David Beckham's stunning 30-yard free-kick - both inside the first 17 minutes - were scant reward for United's first-half dominance.
His touch, swivel and sweet spot strike for the opener would have been cherished by the most clinical of strikers but for an often ungainly-looking defender to look so balletic was sublime.
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When he tried to spot strikes on the corners, they wound up as easy targets for TCU's bats.
Attacking them as a means to get to that spot strikes me as not being the first choice ..." The interviewer noted that Fallon "did not rule out the possibility of a strike at some point."
Attacking them as a means to get to that spot strikes me as being not the first choice in my book".
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