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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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This involves crisscrossing the countryside on foot wearing a special pair of snowshoes, the ultimate in cross-country snow hiking).
The next drill involves crisscrossing the target players (Diag.
It has little coherence as a book, given the somewhat random choice of texts (and even contexts, as in Evans's diffuse chapter on The Devil is an Ass) and his at times bewildering crisscrossing of Jonson's career (most notably in his chapter comparing Dekker and Marston's Satiromastix [1601] with Jonson's epigrams to Newcastle [1625-1628]), but the final section, on Webbe's pamphlet, and Jonson's literary relations with his Caroline patrons, the Digbys and Richard Weston, are not only excellent pieces of scholarship and critical reading in their own right, but suggest what direction this study might have taken.
This process undermines streamside trees, washing soil away from roots until trees tilt and eventually fall over, crisscrossing the streambed with dams and diversions.
Award-winning producer/director Michael Merriman spent more than five years delving into the Billy Graham Archives at Wheaton College as well as crisscrossing the country conducting interviews with Graham's family, friends, and associates, including current and former U.
8 billion expenditure and, rather than extending a single subway line, buy a massive fleet of buses, powered by nice clean natural gas or ethanol - not just along Wilshire, but crisscrossing the entire city.
Over 500 works crisscrossing cultures, styles, and media represented 200 artists (mostly, like the collectors themselves, European)--among them Bernd and Hilla Becher, Damien Hirst, Claude Leveque, Ettore Spalletti, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Luciano Fabro, Maurizio Cattelan, Arnulf Rainer, and Erwin Wurm.
The nine couples in Niquetxe formed semicircles and crisscrossing lines.
It has little coherence as a book, given the heterogeneous choice of texts (and even contexts, as in Evans's diffuse chapter on The Devil is an Ass) and his at times bewildering crisscrossing of Jonson's career (most notably in his chapter comparing Dekker and Marston's Satiromastix [1601] with Jonson's epigrams to Newcastle [1625-1628]), but the final section, on Webbe's pamphlet, and Jonson's literary relations with his Caroline patrons, the Digbys and Richard Weston, are not only excellent pieces of scholarship and critical reading in their own right, but suggest what direction this study might have taken.
The weather service this summer flew its two P-3 aircraft on simultaneous crisscrossing flights into several hurricanes, giving them more information than routine hurricane research flights usually produce.
Even with the third-largest road network of 3 million kilometers crisscrossing the country, the automobile revolution has meant that the vehicle fleet on Indian roads has more than doubled from 21.