Strength

Strength may also refer to:

  • Strength (mathematical logic)
  • Strength (Tarot card), numbered either XI or VIII

Other articles related to "strength":

Volunteer Force (Great Britain) - Strength
... According to the Territorial Year Book 1909, the Volunteer Force had the following strength over its existence Year Establishment Strength Classed as efficient 1861 ...
Indiana Hoosiers Football - Coaches - Support Staff
... Quality Control David Kenney Recruiting Quality Control Mark Hill Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Will Peoples Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Aurmon Satchell Assistant ...
Luke Cage - Powers and Abilities
... Luke Cage possesses superhuman strength and stamina, and has extremely dense skin and muscle tissue which render him highly resistant to physical injury ... A second exposure to said experiments further enhanced his strength and durability to current levels ... The same experiment which granted him his great strength and durability has also given him a faster than normal recovery time from injury ...
Tesla (unit) - Examples
31 µT (3.1×10−5 T) - strength of Earth's magnetic field at 0° latitude (on the equator) 5 mT - the strength of a typical refrigerator magnet 0.3 T - the strength of solar sunspots 1.25 T - magnetic ...
Plymouth Gin - Recipe
... The Plymouth Original Strength brand of gin is 41.2% ABV ... There is also a 'navy strength' variety which is 57% ABV (100° English proof), being the traditional strength demanded by the British Royal Navy ...

Famous quotes containing the word strength:

    My topic for Army reunions ... this summer: How to prepare for war in time of peace. Not by fortifications, by navies, or by standing armies. But by policies which will add to the happiness and the comfort of all our people and which will tend to the distribution of intelligence [and] wealth equally among all. Our strength is a contented and intelligent community.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    It is not alone the fact that women have generally had to spend most of their strength in doing for others that has handicapped them in individual effort; but also that they have almost universally had to care wholly for themselves.
    Anna Garlin Spencer (1851–1931)

    Egotism is a kind of buckram that gives momentary strength and concentration to men, and seems to be much used in Nature for fabrics in which local and spasmodic energy is required.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)