very strongIt was dark, and the wind was very strong.
strong enoughShe won't come out of hospital if she doesn't feel strong enough.’
have a strongBut it would have a strong impact on imports.
strong senseHer grandmother also had a very strong sense of natural justice.
strong windsDisadvantages: Difficult to control in strong winds.
strong evidenceThus 26 and 27 taken together constitute strong evidence that dog is ambiguous.
too strongEven the federal analogy is too strong for most groups.
so strong‘Is fate so strong?
be strongYou quickly realise, as Mrs Adams hopefully will, that you must be strong for your children.
strong positionThis places Johnson Matthey in a strong position to design and develop improved catalysts.
strong socialIs there a strong social preference to re-use excreta?’
there is strongThat there is strong presumption against interpreting a statute as taking away the right of silence, at least in some of its forms, cannot in my view be doubted.
strong feelingHave you ever had a strong feeling that you may have lived before?
strong politicalThus, in the UK power is concentrated in the cabinet, a situation made possible by a weak legislature and strong political parties.
strong commitmentIn the middle levels of the administrative hierarchy there was strong commitment to Nazism, and many Nazi leaders were recruited from this stratum.
have strongThey have strong reasons for wanting the Montego.