The strike had not been peaceful, however, and Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. begged both sides to be patient and calm.
It must have been something really big for him to strike a triumphant pose like that.
President Roosevelt decided not to strike back at Japan immediately.
Whoever the pitcher may be, he will not be able to strike out our best hitter.
If Howard wasn't careful, George would strike him.
Strike the set.
We should strike a balance between our expenditure and income.
When seen in the perspective of half-a-dozen years or more, the best of our fashions strike us as grotesque, if not unsightly.
You strike me as the kind of man who never does anything he doesn't want to do.
My therapist told me to go to a bar and strike up a conversation with a complete stranger.
When they score an important victory, these pilots receive medals just like any others, and in spite of the geographical disconnect from their targets, many suffer emotional trauma from the damage their strikes cause.
The clock strikes 7.00. / Counter Strike (CS)
If you strike anything interesting, let me know.
It strikes me as strange how easy it is for him to fire people.
A strike is a mass refusal to work by a body of employees.
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