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  • Although his vision remained strong, he had lost the full strength of his hand.
  • The council works with the mayor in a strong mayor-council government model.
  • The city is run by an elected strong Mayor-council government system.
  • When the rain comes, if it comes, it can be very strong.
  • The album features a strong group presence with significant writing contributions from all band members.
  • However there has been a strong increase in the number of children living in poverty.
  • While the network plays music from around the world, it has a strong focus on local artists.
  • Left-wing politics have been particularly strong in municipal government since the 1960s.
  • As a result, there is a strong public curiosity about their private affairs.
  • However, mainstream scientific research has not shown strong evidence to support these claims.
  • Several wanted a strong state army for self-defense.
  • Due to their work experience, students may hold a stronger advantage in the job market.
  • During this period he adopted strong anti-slavery views of his own.
  • Not only are their best songs stronger now, their playing is more accomplished.
  • The region has, however, a rich culture and a strong cultural identity.
  • The band is known primarily for its strong anti-war lyrics.
  • Evidence to support this, however, is not very strong.
  • He made our nation stronger because he made it better.
  • The municipality is a strong mayor-council form of government.
  • The bridge was built entirely in steel, much stronger than cast iron.
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Meaning of strong

  • adjective Having strength or power greater than average or expected
    a strong radio signal, strong medicine, a strong man