Strike may refer to:
Other articles related to "strike":
... In 1903 he was involved in a miner's strike in Victoria Australia ... The strike was defeated and Semple ended up being blacklisted ... He was jailed in 1913 for supporting the general strike and again in 1916 after fighting conscription for overseas service during World War I ...
... for damages due to losses accrued during a strike by their members (who were seeking to compel the company to recognise the union) ...
... Strike, the Japanese name for the Pokémon Scyther Strike, Australian Bluetooth Products Manufacturer ...
... Most dramatically, a general strike occurred in 1919, the first in the United States ... The Industrial Workers of the World played a prominent role in the strike ... After surviving the general strike, Seattle mayor Ole Hanson became a prominent figure in the First Red Scare, and made an unsuccessful attempt to ride ...
... The second strike between OPSEU and the provincial government lasted 54 days (March 13 to May 5) in 2002 ... the union and the government during this strike, there was a strong division between union members and management ...
Famous quotes containing the word strike:
“When we walk the streets at night in safety, it does not strike us that this might be otherwise. This habit of feeling safe has become second nature, and we do not reflect on just how this is due solely to the working of special institutions. Commonplace thinking often has the impression that force holds the state together, but in fact its only bond is the fundamental sense of order which everybody possesses.”
—Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (17701831)
“Is this then a touch? quivering me to a new identity,
Flames and ether making a rush for my veins,
Treacherous tip of me reaching and crowding to help them,
My flesh and blood playing out lightning to strike what is hardly
different from myself,
On all sides prurient provokers stiffening my limbs,”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)
“if thou slip thy troth and do not come at all.
As minutes in the clock do strike so call for death I shall:
To please both thy false heart, and rid myself from woe,
That rather had to die in troth than live forsaken so.”
—Unknown. The Lady Prayeth the Return of Her Lover Abiding on the Seas (l. 1922)