strike note


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strike note

or

strike tone

n
(Music, other) the note produced by a bell when struck, defining its musical pitch
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Observers strike note of optimism on the cleanup drives in different sectors, particularly for reclamation of grabbed rivers, and tidying medical, food and drinking-water services.
WORLD CUP MUTINY: The players meet with skipper Evra before going on strike STRIKE NOTE: Domenech reads the statement
Your strike note last night means as soon as you go out the Mexicans will get your jobs immediately.
Boursier-Mougenot's Pleyel grand had the floor of a large space to itself, where it was wired to strike notes in response to a complex aggregate of real-time financial data from all over the world--a sinister globalism concretizing as affective sound events the perpetual, invisible shifting of the ground beneath our feet.