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  • I bring this up because a new piece of outdoor sculpture will be dedicated today at the juncture of Granite and Old Granite streets, and I thought it would be nice to let the artist himself discuss the piece he calls "Crosswalk."

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  • John Clayton's In the City: It took a team to get a downtown monument Ernest Montenegro's newest statue is called "Crosswalk," and it will be dedicated today at 3 p.m. at the triangular juncture of Granite and Old Granite Street in Manchester.

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  • A big, bright sign placed before the turn saying something like “Watch for Bicycles and Pedestrians in Crosswalk” would heighten drivers’ awareness and (hopefully) slow them down.

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  • It's not surprising then that a recent blog post by Dr. Ray Pritchard of "Keep Believing Ministries" for a conservative Christian site called Crosswalk was entitled, "Christopher Hitchens Gets it Exactly Right." : The Latest Updates

  • Softimage has its own interoperability technology Crosswalk, which is a platform for data transfer and this already talks to FBX, but Steven's sees this as also a key area for growth and further research.

  •, the Christian news site, reports that in an interview with a British Muslim magazine, Williams takes his criticisms to a new level.

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  •,, etc, and they can also PURCHASE additional bands, even in quantities.

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  • Volunteers claim to have found a clump of long brown hair, according to the Reverend Dale Hayford (ph), senior pastor of Crosswalk (ph) Community Church.

    CNN Transcript Jun 4, 2009

  • For example, "CONCLUSIONS: Crosswalk markings appear associated with increased risk of pedestrian-motor vehicle collision to older pedestrians at sites where no signal or stop sign is present to halt traffic."

  • Craven, a strong proponent of "orthodox Christianity," writes on his blog for, that the book is little more than a New Age recycling of ancient Buddhist teachings.

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