Strike may refer to:
Other articles related to "strike":
... The 1923 Victorian Police strike occurred in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia ... the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival in November 1923, half the police force in Melbourne went on strike over the operation of a supervisory system using labour ...
... The most notable strike organised by Fernandes, when he was President of the All India Railwaymen's Federation, was the All India Railway strike of 1974, where ... The strike was the result of grievances by railway workers that had been built up over two decades before the strike ... the central trade unions and political parties in the Opposition together to prepare for the strike to start on 8 May 1974 ...
... a lawyer for a railroad) dealt with the strike ... an injunction in federal court barring union leaders from supporting the strike and demanding that the strikers cease their activities or face being fired ... While Debs had been reluctant to start the strike, he threw his energies into organizing it ...
... Strike, the Japanese name for the Pokémon Scyther Strike, Australian Bluetooth Products Manufacturer ...
... In an effort to conciliate organized labor after the strike, President Grover Cleveland and Congress designated Labor Day as a federal holiday in 1894 ... Legislation for the holiday was pushed through Congress six days after the strike ended ... with the federal government in its effort to end the strike by the American Railway Union, spoke out in favor of the holiday ...
Famous quotes related to strike:
“We are the men of intrinsic value, who can strike our fortunes out of ourselves, whose worth is independent of accidents in life, or revolutions in government: we have heads to get money, and hearts to spend it.”
—George Farquhar (16781707)
“Each thick finger, a fattened worm, gesticulates,
And his words strike you like they were many-pound weights.
His full cockroach moustache hints a laughter benigning,
And the shafts of his boots: always spotlessly shining.”
—Osip Mandelstam (18911938)
“In anothers sentences the thought, though it may be immortal, is as it were embalmed, and does not strike you, but here it is so freshly living, even the body of it not having passed through the ordeal of death, that it stirs in the very extremities, and the smallest particles and pronouns are all alive with it. It is not simply dictionary it, yours or mine, but IT.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“The quality of decision is like the well-timed swoop of a falcon which enables it to strike and destroy its victim.”
—Sun Tzu (65th century B.C.)
“I am often mad, but I would hate to be nothing but mad: and I think I would lose what little value I may have as a writer if I were to refuse, as a matter of principle, to accept the warming rays of the sun, and to report them, whenever, and if ever, they happen to strike me.”
—E.B. (Elwyn Brooks)