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Definition funny of Strack:
adjective: means you have your shit together and you are by the book and you are ready to do your job. can be used for a person, place or thing
he runs a very strack business. his garage is strack, his car is strack, his room is strack, and he is strack. as in neat, clean, orderly and ready to produce
From Viet Nam era veterans. An extremely "gung-ho" trooper. Straight and squared away, full blown by-the-book soldier. Prone to being "fragged" by his hooch mates. The guy everyone hates.
Don't party with Lt. Dan, he's strack.
Straack is an abbreviation for "straight on track". It comes from the early 70s.
The project is strack and we'll be done tomorrow.
Adjective that defines an Army soldier who, in either combat or casual settings: keeps perfect uniforms far above required standards, with no loose threads or stains or wrinkles, and all required insignia and medals exactly where they should be; and, has superb dignity and bearing, ramrod straight yet behaving with the ease born of confidence--in short, the model of appearance for all soldiers to follow. The term was heard by this writer in 1977-1978 at Fort Bragg, NC, post-Vietnam era. It was considered the highest compliment that could be paid by one soldier to another. It was always given to male soldiers, as female soldiers were so few at the time and it tended to be a "guy thing." It might derive from one of a number of related words in old German, Dutch, or English meaning "tight," "tense," or "strict" (see "strak" in Wiktionary-dot-org).
Songs about Strack:
AB-Strack by Octave from the Album A/B Part 2
Knana boj och armarna uppat strack by Carl Ost from the Album Stugmote
Old Strack O'lee Blues (Remastered) by Sidney Bechet from the Album Down South, Vol. 4
S-Track by Remano Eszildn from the Album R-Tracks
s-track by Drastik Adhesive Force from the Album Human Music
Strack by Red This Ever from the Album Selfless
Stracks by Diet Bang from the Album Zwar
Books about Strack:
So Innocently It Began: Ramblings of the W. Strack family as told by wife, mother, grandmother, neice by Darlene Strack (Jan 7, 2014)
Strack's take on MSF.(Acounting)(Joseph I. Strack, Moore Stephens Frost)(Excerpt): An article from: Arkansas Business... by Gwen Moritz (Jul 31, 2005)
Jay Strack, Ron Luce, Eight Essentials for a Life of Significance by Ron Luce Jay Strack (2006)
S. Strack Ph.D.'s 3rd(third) edition (Essentials of Millon Inventories Assessment (Essentials of Psychological... by S. Strack Ph.D. (2008)
Strack selections from Booth Tarkington's stories, by Booth Strack, Lilian Holmes, Tarkington (1926)
The Strack Platform Readings, From the Stories of Ellis Parker Butler by Ellis Parker, Lilian Holmes Strack Butler (1925)
Die Tafelparkette im Schloss Babelsberg, um 1850 nach Entwürfen von Strack: Vorschläge restauratorischer Problemlösungen... by Janko Barthold (Apr 29, 2008)
Wiki information Strack:
Gerhard "Gerd" Strack is a retired German footballer. He earned 10 caps and scored one goal for West Germany from 1982 to 1983, and was included in the West German team for the 1984 UEFA European Football Championship, but did not play. The one goal...
Günter Strack was a German television actor. In English language films, he played Professor Karl Manfred in the Hitchcock thriller Torn Curtain and appeared as Kunik in The Odessa File. In Germany he was known for his character in Ein Fall für...