Stray

Stray may refer to:

  • A feral (abandoned or escaped) domestic animal; see also estray
  • Areas of open grassland in Harrogate and Redcar, England
  • Strays of York; areas of open grassland in York

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Stray Sod
... In contemporary fantasy literature, a stray sod is a clump of grass enchanted by faeries ... writing and in speech, the phrase "stepped on a stray sod" can be used metaphorically to denote sudden, unexpected or inexplicable disorientation ... Stray sods appear in the series The Spiderwick Chronicles, disorienting travelers ...
Stray Light - Optical Systems - Astronomy
... In optical astronomy, stray light from sky glow can limit the ability to detect faint objects ... In this sense stray light is light from other sources that is focused to the same place as the faint object ... Stray light is a major issue in the design of a coronagraph, used for observing the Sun's corona ...
Stray - See Also
... All pages beginning with "Stray" All pages with titles containing "Stray" Stray bullet (disambiguation) ...
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Stray Bullet Games
... Stray Bullet Games, LLC is an American video game developer that was founded in June 2006 by Frank Lucero, Ala Diaz, Ivan Enriquez, and Mike Madden ... Stray Bullet Games was created by individuals originally employed at Wolfpack Studios, Inc ... Nausha is currently the president and CEO of Stray Bullet Games, LLC ...

Famous quotes containing the word stray:

    An empty house is like a stray dog or a body from which life has departed.
    Samuel Butler (1835–1902)

    Since the torch is out,
    Lie down and stray no further.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    She makes the willow shiver in the sun
    For maidens who were wont to sit and gaze
    Upon the grass, relinquished to their feet.
    She causes boys to pile new plums and pears
    On disregarded plate. The maidens taste
    And stray impassioned in the littering leaves.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)