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Synonyms for cross

Synonyms for cross

Synonyms for cross

a wooden structure consisting of an upright post with a transverse piece

a marking that consists of lines that cross each other

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any affliction that causes great suffering

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(genetics) an organism that is the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock

fold so as to resemble a cross

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to cover or extend over an area or time period

meet and pass

trace a line through or across

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breed animals or plants using parents of different races and varieties

extending or lying across

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The Hungarian Foreign Minister stressed that in contrast the security interests of UN member states and their citizens dictate precisely the opposite, that borders must be protected, that they may only be crossed in accordance with regulations, and that illegal border crossers must be strictly punished, and especially those who do so in an aggressive manner, while it must be made absolutely clear to people who are considering illegal immigration that they can expect to be turned back.
Mexico border, where deportations of illegal border crossers are usually processed quickly, as well as a lengthy backlog in U.
In the first nine months of this year 29 illegal border crossers were detained in Estonia, 15 fewer than during the same period last year, data of the Police and Border Guard Board show.
Newcastle United are not the most prolific crossers in the Premier League now.
Dilating upon the issue of inadvertent border crossers both sides assured their expeditious repatriation.
However, The New York Times noted that the new figures reflect a move toward the expedited removal of recent illegal crossers and away from interior enforcement.
Both countries recognize the presence of border crossers especially those who are engaged in trading who enter both countries without passing through the specified border crossing stations.
To properly manage sellers and crossers, seed savers need to know the minimum distance, or "isolation distance," that each variety should be from any other sexually compatible ("crossable") varieties growing nearby.
There are the annual appearances of the overly ambitious Holy Island causeway crossers, risking their lives and those of the people sent to rescue them.
Both sides also agreed that the problem and issues of the inadvertent crossers should be viewed sympathetically, and in a focused and sensitive manner.
By conceptualizing the border as multidimensional, it serves as a rhetorical and metaphorical representation of border crossers and the landscape.
In March, as the Republican-led House of Representatives wrestled with a harsh reform bill that would build a wall on the border and classify crossers as felons, Robinson's campaign launched a TV ad that opened with the theme from The Twilight Zone and Rod Serling--style narration: "If you're a conservative Republican, watching the news these days can make you feel as though you're in the Twilight Zone.
He said: "For me he's one of the best crossers now.
We offered all of our crossers an hour for each and extra opportunities too.
In some sense, Siqueiros' crucified Indian peon and the eagle can represent the relationship between border crossers and George W.