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In mathematical writing, the adjective strict is used to modify technical terms which have multiple meanings. It indicates that the exclusive meaning of the term is to be understood. The opposite is non-strict. This is often implicit but can be put explicitly for clarity

Stricture may refer to:* esophageal stricture, in medicine* stenosis, in medicine* a feature of the Perl programming language* tenet, in religion* degree of contact, in a consonant

Stride can stand for:* A period of locomotion defined by the complete cycle of a reference limb. See gait* In music:** STRIDE - An indie rock n roll band from North East Scotland** Stride , a type of piano playing

Stride (band)
Stride é uma banda Americana de Metal Progressivo formada no Texas, Houston em 1996. Atualmente eles tem três lançamentos incluindo o album de 2003 Bah Humbug que é um album de musicas Natalinas. Stride também tocou no ProgPower USA VI festival musical.

STRIDE (protein)
In protein structure, STRIDE is an algorithm for the assignment of protein secondary structure elements given the atomic coordinates of the protein, as defined by X-ray crystallography, protein NMR, or another protein structure determination method

STRIDE (security)
STRIDE is a system developed by Microsoft for classifying computer security threats. It provides a mnemonic for security threats in six categories.The threat categories are:* Spoofing of user identity* Tampering* Repudiation

Strider (NES)
Strider is a side-scrolling action adventure game released by Capcom for the Nintendo Entertainment System in North America in . While the development of the NES version of Strider was produced in tandem with the arcade version, the Japanese version for the Famicom was never released

Stridulation is the act of producing sound by rubbing together certain body parts. This behavior is mostly associated with insects, but other animals are known to do this as well, such as a number of species of fishes, snakes and spiders

Strife is a first-person shooter video game developed by Rogue Entertainment and published by Velocity, based on the Doom engine from id Software. Strife added some role-playing game elements and allowed players to talk to other characters in the game's world

Strife may refer to:In music:* Strife , a hardcore band from the United States* Strife , a British band from the 1970s.In mythology:* Eris , in Greek mythology the goddess of discord, whose name means 'strife'

Strike may refer to:-Refusal to work or perform:* Strike action, also known as a walkout, a work stoppage caused by the mass refusal of employees to perform work

Strike (2006 film)
Strike is a Polish language film produced by a mainly German group, released in 2006 and directed by Volker Schlöndorff. The film is broadly a docudrama

Strike (band)
Strike are a British dance band formed in 1994 consisting of Matt Cantor, Andy Gardner and the vocalist Victoria Newton.-Career:Strike formed towards the end of 1994. A chance vocal session for Victoria Newton at the studios of Fresh Records in Ladbroke Grove, landed her the role as the lead singer.Strike’s first non-charting single was "Formula One"

Strike (bowling)
A strike is a term used in bowling to indicate that all of the pins have been knocked down with the first ball of a frame. On scoresheets, a strike is symbolized by an X.-Scoring:

Strike Out
Strike Out, , North American Harness racing championStrike Out was born in 1969 at Castleton Farm in Lexington, Kentucky, and is by Bret Hanover out of the mare Golden Miss.

Strike plate
A strike plate is a metal plate affixed to a door jamb with a hole or holes for the bolt of the door. When the door is closed, the bolt extends into the hole in the strike plate and holds the door closed

Strike zone
In baseball, the strike zone is a conceptual right pentagonal prism over home plate which defines the boundaries through which a pitch must pass in order to count as a strike when the batter does not swing.-Definition:

Strike Zone
Strike Zone is a Star Trek: The Next Generation novel by Peter David.-Plot:In this book a race of aliens who have fought with the Klingons for centuries, called the Kreel, find a large stash of advanced weapons hidden on a strange planet on the Kreel-Klingon border.They are established as scavengers

Strike zone (disambiguation)
Strike zone may refer to:* Strike zone, in baseball, the area over home plate through which a pitch must pass in order to count as a strike* Strike Zone, a science fiction novel set in the Star Trek expanded universe

In baseball or softball, a strikeout or strike-out occurs when a batter receives three strikes during his time at bat. A strikeout is a statistic recorded for both pitchers and batters.

Forwards, also known as strikers, are the players on a team in association football who play nearest to the opposing team's goal, and are therefore principally responsible for scoring goals

Striker (film)
The soundtrack album of Striker consists of 8 songs composed by various artists such as Vishal Bhardwaj, noted Tamil composer Yuvan Shankar Raja in his Bollywood debut, Amit Trivedi, rapper Blaaze, Shailendra Barve and lyricist-singer Swanand Kirkire, whilst lyrics are penned by Nitin Raikwar, Blaaze, Prashant Ingole, Jeetendra Joshi, Swanand Kirkire and Gulzar

Strikes (album)
Strikes is the third album by Southern rock band Blackfoot, released during 1979. That album has received from the RIAA a platinum certification in April 1986.-Track listing:# "Road Fever" – Medlocke/Spires

Plant cutting, also known as striking or cloning, is a technique for vegetatively propagating plants in which a piece of the source plant containing at least one stem cell is placed in a suitable medium such as moist soil, potting mix, coir or rock wool

Strine (disambiguation)
Strine and similar can mean:*Strine, a humorous word for a type of Australian accent*Leo E. Strine, Jr., a judge in the state of Delaware in USA*Strinesdale Reservoir, on the A62 between Oldham and Delph in Greater Manchester, England

Generally, string is a flexible piece of rope or twine which is used to tie, bind, or hang other objects.Examples of string use include:* For flying kites* string figures, designs formed by weaving string around one's fingers

In molecular biology, STRING is a database and web resource of known and predicted protein-protein interactions.

Stringer may refer to:* Stringer , a type of freelance journalism* Stringer * Stringer , or longeron, a strip of wood or metal to which the skin of an aircraft is fastened

Stringer (journalism)
In journalism, a stringer is a type of freelance journalist or photographer who contributes reports or photos to a news organization on an ongoing basis but is paid individually for each piece of published or broadcast work.

Strip, stripping, or stripped may refer to:* Landing strip, runway where airplanes land* Landing strip , a type of pubic hairstyle* Möbius strip, a surface with one side and one boundary component* Power strip, strip of power sockets

Strip, stripping, or stripped may refer to:* Landing strip, runway where airplanes land* Landing strip , a type of pubic hairstyle* Möbius strip, a surface with one side and one boundary component* Power strip, strip of power sockets

Strip (album)
Strip is the second solo album by Adam Ant, released in 1983. The album marked a decline in Ant's success, as it only reached #65 in the United States and #20 in the UK.

Strip poker
Strip poker is a party game and a variation of the traditional poker where players remove clothing when they lose a round. Any form of poker can be adapted to a strip form; however, it is usually played with simple variants with few betting rounds, like five card draw

S.T.R.I.P.E. is a superhero in the DC Comics universe. S.T.R.I.P.E. is a powered armor suit invented and worn by Patrick "Pat" Dugan, the former adult sidekick to teenage superhero Sylvester Pemberton, the Star-Spangled Kid

Stripe or Stripes may refer to:* Stripes * Stripes * S.T.R.I.P.E., a fictional superhero* Striper, a fish* Stripes Convenience Stores* Data striping, a data storage technique

Stripe or Stripes may refer to:* Stripes * Stripes * S.T.R.I.P.E., a fictional superhero* Striper, a fish* Stripes Convenience Stores* Data striping, a data storage technique

Stripes (framework)
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STRIPES (Sports Teams Returning In The Public Education System)
The STRIPES program is a community project supported by the Memphis Redbirds and the Memphis Redbirds Foundation

-People:*Jon Stripling, bass player*Kathryn Stripling Byer, author*Randy Stripling, actor*Sidney Stripling, musician-Schools and companies:*Stripling & Cox, department store*Stripling Middle School in Fort Worth, Texas-in fiction:

Stripped (Eddie Izzard)
Stripped is the title of a stand-up comedy tour by Eddie Izzard, and is a continuation of his style of comedy, full of "stream-of-conscious banter and predilection for nonsensical detours and frequent tangents." The tour was performed from 28 April to 9 August 2008 with three "warm-up" dates

Stripping (chemistry)
Stripping is a physical separation process where one or more components are removed from a liquid stream by a vapor stream. In industrial applications the liquid and vapor streams can have co-current or countercurrent flows. Stripping is usually carried out in either a packed or trayed column.- Theory :Stripping works on the basis of mass transfer

A striptease is an erotic or exotic dance in which the performer gradually undresses, either partly or completely, in a seductive and sexually suggestive manner

*STRIVE Act of 2007, proposed United States legislation*Jihad — for Striving in Islam*Conation — for the Latin word

Strobe (album)
Strobe the only solo album from Wish For Eden front-man Rob Walker, which featured the future members of punk rock band Side Walk Slam as the accompanying band. The cover art is a spoof upon the Star Wars title logo.-Track listing:1. Dream

STROBE (disambiguation)
Strobe or STROBE may refer to:* Strobe light* Flash * Strobe tuner A type of very accurate tuning device used to tune musical instruments and audio devices.* STrengthening the Reporting of OBservational studies in Epidemiology

A stroboscope, also known as a strobe, is an instrument used to make a cyclically moving object appear to be slow-moving, or stationary. The principle is used for the study of rotating, reciprocating, oscillating or vibrating objects

Stroh (disambiguation)
Stroh is an Austrian spiced rum.Stroh may also refer to:*Stroh Brewery Company, a former American beer maker*Stroh violin, a violin with a metal resonator and horn*Kaycee Stroh, an American actress*Stroh's Ice Cream, an American ice cream brand

A stroke, previously known medically as a cerebrovascular accident , is the rapidly developing loss of brain function due to disturbance in the blood supply to the brain. This can be due to ischemia caused by blockage , or a hemorrhage

Stroke (CJK character)
CJK strokes, also called CJK strokes or CJKV strokes are the calligraphic strokes needed to write the Chinese characters used in East Asia

Stroller may refer to:*A form of baby transport*Stroller , men's daytime semiformal wear*Stroller , showjumping champion

-People:* David Strom, American radio personality, former president of the Taxpayers League of Minnesota* Earl Strom , American professional basketball referee* Harry Strom , Canadian politician* Karl Morin-Strom, Canadian politician

Stroma may refer to:*Stroma , the connective, functionally supportive framework of a biological cell, tissue, or organ**Stroma of ovary, a soft tissue, well supplied with blood, consisting of spindle-shaped cells with a small amount of connective tissue**Stroma of iris, fibres and cells in the iris**Stroma of cornea, plates of collagen fibrils in the cornea*Stroma

The Stromata is the third in Clement of Alexandria's trilogy of works on the Christian life. Clement titled this work Stromateis, "patchwork," because it dealt with such a variety of matters

Stromata (album)
Stromata is Charlotte Martin's follow up to On Your Shore and her second full-length release, on her own label.The title is derived from "The connective tissue framework of an organ, gland, or other structure, as distinguished from the tissues performing the special function of the organ or part"."When I finished the actual song, I found the word stromata first of all

Stromateoidei is a suborder of the Perciformes, the largest order of fish. The suborder includes the medusafishes, Squaretails and driftfishes which associate with jellyfish, the latter families preying on them while the medusafish use them for protection while scavenging food scraps.

-People:*Strong *Strong Vincent , Union Army officer who played a major role in the Battle of Gettsyburg-Fictional characters :* Tom Strong, in comic book series* Captain Strong, in Superman comics series* Mr. Strong, in Mr

Strong (album)
Strong is the title of an album released in 2004 by American country music singer Tracy Lawrence. His only album for the DreamWorks label, it produced three singles for him on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts: "Paint Me a Birmingham" , "It's All How You Look at It" and "Sawdust on Her Halo"

Strongback may refer to"*strongback, a beam or girder which acts as a secondary support member to existing structure. A strongback in a staircase is usually ordinary two-by dimensional lumber attached to the staircase stringers to stiffen the assembly

Stronger (Agnes album)
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Stronger (Kanye West song)
"Stronger" is a song by American hip hop artist Kanye West, released as the second single from his third studio album Graduation. It was produced by West and contains an extended outro co-produced with Mike Dean

Stronger (Kate Ryan album)
Stronger is the second album by Belgian singer Kate Ryan, released on 2004 in Europe and released in the U.S. on 2005.Includes the hits singles "Only If I", "The Promise You Made" and "Goodbye".-Original edition:

Stronger (Myron Butler & Levi album)
Stronger is the second album from Myron Butler & Levi, released on August 28, 2007.-Track listing:

Stronghold (album)
Stronghold is the fourth full length album by Summoning. This album marked a change in the sound of Summoning as it was much more "guitar orientated with more compact keyboard-melodies"

Stronghold (Magnum album)
Stronghold is a live album by British melodic rock band Magnum, released in 1997 by SPV. It is the UK re-release of The Last Dance, which originally was only distributed in Europe. This edition included bonus tracks.

Strongman or Strong Man can mean:* Strongman * Strongman * Strongman * High striker, a physical strength carnival attraction* Strongman , a Marvel Comics character

Strongman (circus)
The circus strongman is one of many acts found in a modern circus. The strongman demonstrates great strength, power and agility to the audience. The strongman and strongwomen were very popular attractions in the circus in the 19th century.

Strongman (comics)
The Strongman is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:The Strongman first appeared in Incredible Hulk #3 , and was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.

Strontium is a chemical element with the symbol Sr and the atomic number 38. An alkaline earth metal, strontium is a soft silver-white or yellowish metallic element that is highly reactive chemically. The metal turns yellow when exposed to air. It occurs naturally in the minerals celestine and strontianite