cross of Lorraine


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a cross with two crossbars, one above and one below the midpoint of the vertical, the lower longer than the upper

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He quickly adapted Tomorrow the World, a Broadway hit about a boy trained as a Nazi learning the truth about his indoctrination, and he co-scripted The Cross of Lorraine, about French villagers who heroically overcome Nazi invaders, then flee into the hills after destroying their homes and crops.
Kelly, of course, had a career as a legit actor--Metro had cast him in the World War II melodrama The Cross of Lorraine after his 1942 movie debut in For Me and My Gal--and wasn't a bad singer, but it is as a dancer and dance inventor that he will be remembered.
The cross of Lorraine, the emblem commonly used by TB associations globally is often shown alongside a brief message with the seals.
Our Dynasty, blue colours, white cross of Lorraine, red cap with a light blue star, chosen at random, a bond for life, just like all the best choices.
In contrast, River Thamescould have won with me on his back and bolted up by four lengths from Cross Of Lorraine.
BETTING: 4-1 Violent Velocity, 9-2 Dorn Dancer, 8-1 Stellite, Brigadore, Welcome Approach, 12-1 Petite Mac, 14-1 Cross of Lorraine, 16-1 others.
Ian Semple has been among the winners recently and appears to hold a strong hand with Cross Of Lorraine in the Book Your Tickets On Line Maiden Stakes at Southwell.
Talented apprentice Lee Topliss was seen to good effect in the 6f seller aboard Cross Of Lorraine.
Ran his best race to date when chasing home Cross Of Lorraine at Wolverhampton last time.
Cross Of Lorraine landed the older-horse 6f maiden for Ian Semple and Tom Eaves.
In the 5f maiden at Southwell, the well-backed 7-4 shot Cross Of Lorraine was hammered down to 1.