- the quality or state of being strong; bodily or muscular power; vigor. 2. mental power, force, or vigor.
- Zimbabwe diamond firms revolt, to sue Gov't over mining ban
- I have faith in the stregnth of the Zimbabwean people and our resilience.
- Jake Roberts On The First Time He Watched His Doc, How He Feels Today, Dealing
- I give the Snake all the credit in the world for having the stregnth and courage to face up to those demons and get help. Saw him on tv a few weeks ago and he looks better than he has in years.
- Circus Harmony classes require superhuman hair stregnth
- (KTVI)- Laura Lippert swings things, as well as herself, from her hair while Circus Harmony expands children's classes. Lippert does not have time for dry, brittle hair. She swings chairs and other objects from her long braids.
- Tigers collapse, drop seventh straight
- COLUMBIA, MO. • Kim Anderson put the ball in his best scorer's hands twice in the final minute Wednesday, once to preserve the lead, another to regain it. Wes Clark's layup rolled around the rim and off.
- Tigers brace for return visit to Kentucky
- COLUMBIA, MO. • One thing Kim Anderson hasn't done to prepare for Wednesday's game at No. 20 Kentucky is waste time overanalyzing last year's trip to Rupp Arena.
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