Cross

== In heraldry == There are numerous other variations on the cross in heraldry. See heraldry for background information. James Parker`s A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry (1894) is online, and contains much information about variants of crosses used in heraldry. == In flags == Several flags have crosses, including all the nations of Scandinavia....
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Cross

(1) To collect pollen from one tree and pollinate a second tree.
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Cross

(i) A cleared transaction where the buyer and seller are the same broker. On the LME the normal means of creating the futures contract to settle an in-the-money Tapo. (ii) On other markets the expression is sometimes used to cover a situation where bid and offer prices temporarily become inverted.
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Cross

(i) A cleared transaction where the buyer and seller are the same broker. On the LME the normal means of creating the futures contract to settle an in-the-money Tapo. (ii) On other markets the expression is sometimes used to cover a situation where bid and offer prices temporarily become inverted.
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cross

(kros) any figure or structure in the shape of a cross. the production of progeny containing genetic information from two or more parents, such as by mating between genetically different individuals. the progeny derived from two or more parents of different genetic backgrounds. ...
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cross

[n] - any affliction that causes great suffering 2. [n] - a wooden structure consisting of an upright post with a transverse piece 3. [n] - a cross as an emblem of Christianity 4. [v] - to cover a wide area 5. [v] - fold so as to resemble a cross 6. [v] - meet and pass 7. [v] - trace a line through or across
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Cross

• (n.) A monument in the form of a cross, or surmounted by a cross, set up in a public place; as, a market cross; a boundary cross; Charing Cross in London. • (n.) A mixing of breeds or stock, especially in cattle breeding; or the product of such intermixture; a hybrid of any kind. • (n.) A gibbet, consisting of two pieces of timber ...
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Cross

noun a representation of the structure on which Jesus was crucified; used as an emblem of Christianity or in heraldry
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Cross

(single layer Germany) Single location in the two communities Oppenheim and Dienheim (area Nierstein) in the German wine-growing region Rheinhessen, which optionally appears under these two community names on the label. The aligned to the east to southeast vineyards with up to 20% slope cover 50 hectares of vineyards. The soils consist in th...
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Cross

(X) A play in which the middle hitter jumps for a one, and the weak-side hitter, having moved to the middle of the court, takes an approach for a two at the same location.
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Cross

[boxing] In boxing, a cross (also commonly called a `straight`) is a power-punch like the uppercut and hook. Compubox, a computerized punch scoring system, counts the cross as a power-punch``. It is a punch usually thrown with the dominant hand the instant an opponent leads with his opposite hand. The blow crosses over the leading arm, henc...
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Cross

[crown] A cross is the decoration located at the highest level of a crown on top of the monde. Its usage traditionally symbolised the Christian nature of the monarchy of that country, though not all crowns even in monarchies associated with Christianity used a cross as its top decoration, with some French crowns using other national symbols...
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Cross

[execution] The Priory LSST Quad, as seen from the Dungeon of the School, this is the original part of the School Taken from the Priory LSST Website ...
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Cross

[football] In association football, a cross is a delivery of a ball from either side of the field across to the front of the goal by applying various kicking techniques to provide a goal-scoring opportunity. Crosses are generally airborne but a ball along the ground from a crossing position may be a low cross or a pass. ==Use== Crosses are ...
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Cross

[Kilballyowen] Life restoration of Plateosaurus gracilis, formerly known as Sellosaurus. Photo credit: Nobu Tamura ...
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Cross

[studio] ==Company information== Cross was founded by directors Matsushima Cross (松嶋クロス) and Innjean Koga (インジャン古河) in late 2005, the event being announced at a press conference at a club in Tokyo`s Shinjuku district on October 19, 2005. Cross had previously been a director for AV studios Kuki, Max-A and Try-Heart Co...
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Cross

Cross (krŏs; 115) noun [ Middle English crois , croys , cros ; the former from Old French crois , croiz , F. croix , from Latin crux ; the second is perhaps directly from Prov. cros , crotz . from the same Latin crux ; co...
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Cross

Cross (krŏs) adjective 1. Not parallel; lying or falling athwart; transverse; oblique; intersecting. « The cross refraction of the second prism. Sir I. Newton. » 2. Not accordant with what is wished or expected; interrupting; adverse; contrary; thwart...
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Cross

Cross intransitive verb 1. To lie or be athwart. 2. To move or pass from one side to the other, or from place to place; to make a transit; as, to cross from New York to Liverpool. 3. To be inconsistent. [ Obsolete] « Men's actions do not always cross with...
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Cross

Cross preposition Athwart; across. [ Archaic or Colloq.] « A fox was taking a walk one night cross a village. L'Estrange. » To go cross lots , to go across the fields; to take a short cut. [ Colloq.]
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Cross

Cross transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Crossed (kr?st; 115); present participle & verbal noun Crossing .] 1. To put across or athwart; to cause to intersect; as, to cross the arms. 2. To lay or draw s...
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cross

1. Any figure in the shape of a cross formed by two intersecting lines. ... Synonym: crux. ... Synonym: crux of heart. ... 3. A method of hybridization or the hybrid so produced. ... Origin: F. Croix, L. Crux ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Cross

1) A sign widely used in the history of religion to express the structure of the cosmos. 2) An instrument of execution used by the Romans. 3) A Christian symbol of salvation and God’s compassion on humanity by allowing his Son, Jesus Christ, to die for humanity’s sins (Smith and Green 1995
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Cross

A cross is a power punch thrown with the boxer's dominant hand. It's also called a straight right, right or straight punch.
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Cross

A cross is a power punch thrown with the boxer's dominant hand. It's also called a straight right, right or straight punch.
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