STROG

AcronymDefinition
STROGStrait of Gibraltar
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Detectives said the new items they found could be pieces of bone and said a sniffer dog, specially trained to find human remains, gave a strog reaction to them.
But her wilful nature and tempestuous private life led to her returning to France, where she gave a strog performance in La Bete Humaine (1938), reviving Hollywood interest in her potential.
For another, Abbas does not have a strog popular base.