Cross-Over

A ball that results in a Brooklyn hit.
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Cross-Over

A player crossing the net into the opponent's court. It can either be done in a friendly fashion, or
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Cross-over

a player crossing the net into the opponent's court. It can either be done in a friendly fashion, or done maliciously thereby invoking code violation. The latter sporadically happens when it is uncertain whether the ball on a decisive point landed inside or outside the court when playing on clay, thus leaving behind a mark so that the offending par...
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Cross-over

Elements that cross page boundaries and land on two consecutive pages (usually rules).
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Cross-Over

Moving the body's center of mass forward and over the skis in the direction of the new turn.
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cross-over

Player crossing the net into the opponent's court. It can be done either in a friendly fashion, or maliciously, thereby invoking a code violation. The latter sometimes happens when it is uncertain whether the ball on a decisive point landed inside or outside the court when playing on clay, thus leaving a mark.
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_tennis_terms

Cross-over

The exchange of genetic material between homologous chromosomes during meiosis.
Found on http://www.cat-world.com.au/glossary
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