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  • staffordshire


    a county in central England. 1,154 sq. mi. (2,715 sq. km). County seat: Stafford.
  • cheyennes

    noun, plural Chey·ennes, (especially collectively) Chey·enne for 1.

    a member of a North American Indian people of the western plains, formerly in central Minnesota and North and South Dakota, and now divided between Montana and Oklahoma.
    an Algonquian language, the language of the Cheyenne Indians.
    a city in and the capital of Wyoming, in the S part.
  • strikes

    verb (used with object), struck or (Obsolete) strook;struck or, especially for 31-34, strick·en or (Obsolete) strook;strik·ing.

    to deal a blow or stroke to (a person or thing), as with the fist, a weapon, or a hammer; hit.
    to inflict, deliver, or deal (a blow, stroke, attack, etc.).

    verb (used without object), struck or (Obsolete) strook,strik·ing.

    to deal or aim a blow or stroke, as with the fist, a weapon, or a hammer.
    to make an attack, especially a planned military assault: Our troops struck at dawn.


    an act or instance of striking.
    a concerted stopping of work or withdrawal of workers' services, as to compel an employer to accede to workers' demands or in protest against terms or conditions imposed by an employer.


    Military. describing a fighter-bomber aircraft designed to carry large payloads at high speeds and low altitudes and also to engage in air-to-air combat.

    Verb Phrases

    strike in, to interrupt suddenly; intervene: I struck in with a suggestion.
    strike off,
    1. Printing. to print: They struck off 300 copies of the book.
    2. to remove or cancel, as from a record, list, etc.: His name was struck off the waiting list.
    3. to produce rapidly and easily: She struck off several letters and had no more work to do.
    4. to depart rapidly: We struck off for the country.
  • claw


    a sharp, usually curved, nail on the foot of an animal, as on a cat, dog, or bird.
    a similar curved process at the end of the leg of an insect.

    verb (used with object)

    to tear, scratch, seize, pull, etc., with or as if with claws: The kitten clawed my sweater to shreds.
    to make by or as if by scratching, digging, etc., with hands or claws: to claw a hole in the earth.

    verb (used without object)

    to scratch, tear, or dig with or as if with claws: The cat clawed and hissed in fear.
    to make fumbling motions: He clawed at the door. She clawed for the light switch.

    Verb Phrases

    claw back. See entry at clawback.
  • cape-horn


    a headland on a small island at the southern extremity of South America: belongs to Chile.
  • thermite


    a mixture of finely-divided metallic aluminum and ferric oxide that when ignited produces extremely high temperatures as the result of the union of the aluminum with the oxygen of the oxide: used in welding, incendiary bombs, etc.

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