strak

strak

(stræk)
vb
an archaic past tense of strike
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Centre, left to right, are Amy Robson, Katie Strak, Daniel Chap-man and Annie Snowball with Anna, Elsa and Christoph, back, from Frozen, Ariel, from Little Mermaid, and Belle, from Beauty and the Beast, front 180814MMDAY_02 DOUG MOODY
Overall, the article is an excellent attempt by Strak et al.
A moment later the formal greetings on the runway itself were friend lier and more colourful with a band lined up in front of the strak terminal building and huge red baners fluttering.
Marcin Kikut scored a consolation for the hosts ( who had Pawel Strak sent off ( but they looked second best throughout.
But after Pawel Strak was sent off for two yellow cards, Steven Taylor completed the rout two minutes from time.
Veertig strak gesigte maak asof hulle vir die grappie lag
Polish MP Robert Strak said: "We will not allow the murder of unborn children in Poland.
ST JOHNSTONE boss Billy Strak slammed John Rowbotham after the whistler awarded the Paisley men two penalties.
Gangamma points out that the levels of fractional exhaled nitric oxide (F[E.sub.NO]) may be influenced by the site of particle deposition in the lung and requests further explanation on how this could affect the analysis and conclusion of our study (Strak et al.
JOINING IN THE FUN: Pictured above with Nicky Bailey, black top, and Scott McDonald are 11-year-old Usmaan Shabir, white top, and Marek Strak, 10.
Poland replied through Marcin Kikut, but their hopes vanished with Pawel Strak's 76th-minute dismissal.