2 : to come into contact or collision with <The ship struck
If they are struck
down on constitutional grounds, the severability clause would mean the other elements -- the curriculum committees, local control and stronger superintendent -- could remain.
states were struck
in both their southeastern and southwestern areas?
The collegians were surely not working on the subways out of any dire need for money, for observers were struck
by the fact that many of them wore expensive attire.
SALT LAKE CITY -- One month after the merger of W Communications and Struck
Design, the newly merged entity, Struck
, of Salt Lake City has announced that it has become the agency of record for Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah.
In Syria near Ar Raqqah, four strikes struck
an IS tactical unit and an IS vehicle-borne improvised explosive device (VBIED) factory, and destroyed six IS oil pump jacks and an IS vehicle, the announcement said.
The longest UFCW strike prior to this was in 1989, when about 10,000 workers struck
They can get together and say those employers being struck
use one entrance, and those employers not being struck
Even the judge seems reduced during the process, telling the struck
jurors, who are usually ecstatic to be leaving, that they should not feel personally rejected.
as Vice President of Engineering for the company's North America operations.
Near Manbij, eight strikes struck
five separate IS tactical units and destroyed three IS vehicles and an IS-used bridge, it said.
11, when Vons and Pavilions employees struck
the stores in protest of the companies' contract proposal.