Struck is the surname of people:
- Hermann Struck (1876–1944), German artist
- Karin Struck (1947–2006), German author
- Peter Struck (1943–2012), German politician
- Peter T. Struck, Classics professor
see also Strikebreaker
Other articles related to "struck":
... However as the ship turned, it struck, and water poured in ... A court of inquiry found the ship struck Thoms Rock, near the mouth to Karori Stream in Cook Strait ... The captain maintained that it had struck the submerged hull of the Rio Loge, lost the month before ...
... Usually made from brass, it is struck by a hammer that is layered with soft cloth to smoothen the texture of the sound produced ... It is struck with a large, padded stick and drops in pitch slightly when struck firmly ...
... Sfax (1884) - struck 1906 Tage (1886) - struck 1910 Amiral Cécille (1888) - scrapped 1919 Davout (1889) - struck 1910 Suchet (1893) - struck 1906 ...
... B Cape Morgan 5 July 1955 To Bahamas 20 October 1989 as Fort Fincastle struck 95314 ... B Cape Fairweather 18 July 1955 Decommissioned 1985 disposition ... Negro active 95323 C Cape Darby 3 October 1958 To South Korea 24 March 1969 as PB 11 struck 95324 ... C Cape Shoalwater 9 December 1958 To Bahamas 30 June 1989 as Fenrick Stirrup, struck 95325 C ...
... when an ant is pinched (struck), does it not fight back and bite the hand of the man that struck it?"—A phrase used by Labayu defending his actions ...
Famous quotes containing the word struck:
“I was struck by this universal spring upward of the forest evergreens.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“In America all too few blows are struck into flesh. We kill the spirit here, we are experts at that. We use psychic bullets and kill each other cell by cell.”
—Norman Mailer (b. 1923)
“She was struck down because she happened by chance to encounter this man; such is life, its really inconceivable. She rode out to Freienwalde to protect her friend, and there she was strangled, strangled, killed, extinguished; such is life.”
—Alfred Döblin (18781957)