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to pass through or over

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a marking that consists of lines that cross each other

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mark with or consist of a pattern of crossed lines

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mark with a pattern of crossing lines

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marked with crossing lines

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At CrissCross, our job is to provide support to caregivers, so they can focus on their most important priority - providing love and emotional support to their loved ones at a time in which they need it the most," said Executive Director Amie Darway.
Mark Devlin, CEO of Crisscross KK, says, "The Metropolis Podcast is a great way for busy people to get a fun slice of what's going on in Tokyo this week.
We ended up spending many hours in lanchas, tiny boats that crisscross the lake, on our way from village to village.
The pretournament travels were typical for Alaska, where high-school sports teams often crisscross a mammoth state on jets, ferries, vans, and caravans of snowmobiles for routine basketball or volleyball games.
They now crisscross the land, creating boundaries that can only be crossed by things composed of Code.
Two mobile units featuring H2 Hummers will crisscross the country presenting the program and showcasing new and innovating products and services.
CrissCross, a national organizational representative payee service provider, as well as other nonprofit organizations providing caregiver support, has begun expanding programs and services to meet the growing and unique needs of caregivers and their loved ones.
Electron-microscope imaging reveals the sliver as tiny tungsten rods, each less than one-hundredth the thickness of a human hair, neatly stacked in crisscross layers.
SUGAR LAND, Texas, June 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CrissCross, an organizational representative payee service provider and a division of Money Management International - the nation's largest nonprofit full-service consumer credit counseling agency, announces their decision to expand services, historically provided to local residents across West Virginia, to serve beneficiaries and their families residing anywhere within the United States.
From then on this unlikely trio crisscross Europe, sometimes as Bohemian outcasts, sometimes as the toast of the town--performing in Paris or Monte Carlo or, when things are slow, Ghent.