Strong


Strong

Strong may refer to:

General usage

*Strong acid
*Strong agnosticism
*Strong AI
*Strong atheism
*Strong cardinal
*Strong coloring
*Strong convergence
*Strong CP problem
*Strong cryptography
*Strong inflection (linguistics):*Germanic strong verb
*Strong interaction (Strong force)
*Strong key
*Strong language
*Strong operator topology
*Strong priors
*Strong program
*Strong RSA assumption
*Strong symptoms
*Tensile strength, a concept in materials science

ignal Detection and Perception

*Strong (relative detectability)
*Strong (source)

Famous people

trong (surname)

*Anna Louise Strong (1885–1970), American journalist and author on the Soviet Union and China
*Barrett Strong (1941—), American Motown singer and songwriter
*Brenda Strong (1958—), American actress
*Caleb Strong (1745–1819), American politician, Massachusetts statesman
*Danny Strong (1974—), American actor
*George V. Strong (1880–1946), American army general
*George Strong (VC) (c. 1836– [?] ), English recipient of the Victoria Cross
*George Templeton Strong (1820-1875), American lawyer and diarist
*George Templeton Strong (1856-1948), American composer
*Gwyneth Strong (1959—), British actress
*Henry Strong (18??–1919), American businessman, president of the Eastman Kodak Company 1884–1919
*Henry Strong (ATSF) (19th century), American railroad man
*Jamal Strong (1978—), American professional baseball player
*James Strong (theologian) (1822-1894), American Methodist biblical scholar, creator of Strong's Concordance
*James Hooker Strong (1814–1882), American US Navy admiral
*John Franklin Alexander Strong (1856–1929), American politician, Governor of Alaska Territory 1913–1918
*Joseph Dwight Strong (1852-1899), American painter
*Josiah Strong (1847–1916), American clergyman and author
*Ken Strong (1906–1979), American professional football player
*Leonard Strong (1797-1874), Rector of St. Matthew's Parish, British Guiana, later founder of Plymouth Brethren in British Guiana
*Leonard Strong (1896–1958), English writer, novelist, journalist, and poet
*Maurice Strong (1929—), Canadian industrialist, Secretary-General of the UN Earth Summit
*Nathan Leroy Strong (1859-1939), US congressman from Pennsylvania
*Rider Strong (1979—), American actor
*Roy Strong (1935—), English arts curator, writer, broadcaster and garden designer
*Samuel Henry Strong (1825–1909), Canadian judge, Chief Justice of Canada
*Shiloh Strong (contemporary), American actor
*Tara Strong (1973—), Canadian voice actress
*William Strong (1763-1840), American congressman and judge from Vermont
*William Strong (judge) (1808–1895), American jurist, associate justice of the United States Supreme Court
*William Barstow Strong (1837–1914), American railroad executive
*William Duncan Strong (1899–1962), American archaeologist and anthropologist
*William L. Strong (1827–1900), American politician, mayor of New York City 1895–1897

trong (descriptive name)

*Magnus the Strong (1106–1134), Danish prince, pretender to the throne
*Robert the Strong ( [?] –866), French nobleman
*Styrbjörn the Strong (c. 960–c. 984), Viking hero in the old Norse sagas

trong (given name)

*Strong Vincent (1837-1863), Union general during the American Civil War, killed at the Battle of Gettysburg

Fictional persons

*Ale the Strong, character in Norse mythology
*Strong Bad, character in the fictional world of Homestar Runner
*Strong Mad, character in the fictional world of Homestar Runner
*Strong Sad, character in the fictional world of Homestar Runner
*Tom Strong, character in a comic book series for America’s Best Comics
*Captain Strong, a character in the video game EarthBound.
*Mr. Strong, a Mr. Men character.

Place names

Strong is also the name of several place in the United States:
*Strong, Arkansas
*Strong, Maine
*Strong, Mississippi
*Strong City, Kansas
*Strong City, Oklahoma

Other

*"Christopher Strong", 1933 American film starring Katharine Hepburn
*"Strong Medicine", television series on the Lifetime network
*"Strong's Concordance", concordance of the King James Bible
*Strong Memorial Hospital, hospital at University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester, New York, USA
*Strong - National Museum of Play, museum in Rochester, New York, USA
*"Strong Poison", 1931 novel by Dorothy L. Sayers
*USS "Strong" (DD-467), destroyer of the US Navy (1942–1943)
*USS "Strong" (DD-758), destroyer of the US Navy (1945–1973)
*, an HTML element
*"Strong" (album), a 2004 album by Tracy Lawrence
*Strong Interest Inventory, a popular psychological test for career guidance or assessment

ee also

* Stronger (disambiguation)
* Strength (disambiguation)
*Armstrong


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  • strong — W1S1 [strɔŋ US stro:ŋ] adj comparative stronger superlative strongest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(able to lift heavy things/do hard work)¦ 2¦(not easily damaged)¦ 3¦(able to deal with difficulty)¦ 4¦(powerful)¦ 5¦(feelings/opinions)¦ 6¦(affect/influence)¦… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Strong — Strong, a. [Compar. {Stronger}; superl. {Strongest}.] [AS. strang, strong; akin to D. & G. streng strict, rigorous, OHG. strengi strong, brave, harsh, Icel. strangr strong, severe, Dan. streng, Sw. str[ a]ng strict, severe. Cf. {Strength},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Strong — (engl. „stark“) ist der Name folgender die Orte in Kanada: Strong (Ontario) den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika: Strong (Arkansas) Strong (Maine) Strong (Mississippi) Strong City (Kansas) Strong City (Oklahoma) Strong ist der Familienname… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • strong´ly — strong «strng, strong», adjective, strong|er«STRNG guhr, STRONG »,strong|est«STRNG guhst, STRONG », adverb. –adj. 1. a) having much force or power: »strong arms, a strong army. A strong man can lift heavy things. A strong wind blew down the trees …   Useful english dictionary

  • strong — [strɒŋ ǁ strɒːŋ] adjective ECONOMICS FINANCE 1. a strong economy or business is financially successful, especially because a lot of money is being earned or received: • They fear a strong economy will lead to higher inflation. • products that… …   Financial and business terms

  • strong — [ strɔŋ ] adjective *** ▸ 1 powerful and healthy ▸ 2 produced with power ▸ 3 not easily damaged ▸ 4 relationship: close ▸ 5 with confidence, etc. ▸ 6 good at doing something ▸ 7 firmly believed/felt ▸ 8 based on reason/fact ▸ 9 high degree/level… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • strong — [strôŋ] adj. [ME < OE strang, akin to ON strangr, strong, severe, Ger streng, severe < IE base * strenk , *streng , tense, taut > STRING, Gr strangos, twisted, L stringere, to draw taut] 1. a) physically powerful; having great muscular… …   English World dictionary

  • strong — strong, stout, sturdy, stalwart, tough, tenacious can all mean having or manifesting great power or force (as in acting or resisting). Strong, the most inclusive of these terms, fundamentally implies the possession of great physical power and may …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • strong — ► ADJECTIVE (stronger, strongest) 1) physically powerful. 2) done with or exerting great force. 3) able to withstand great force or pressure. 4) secure, stable, or firmly established. 5) great in power, influence, or ability. 6) …   English terms dictionary

  • Strong — (fuerte, en idioma inglés) puede referirse a: Personas Danny Strong (1974 ), actor estadounidense de cine y televisión; Mark Strong (1963 ), actor británico; Tara Strong (1973 ), actriz de voz canadiense. Otras Strong, una revista española… …   Wikipedia Español


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