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- n. Alternative spelling of crisscross.
- adj. Alternative spelling of crisscross.
- adv. Alternative spelling of crisscross.
- v. Alternative spelling of crisscross.
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FROM MTV. COM: "Dear John" is a movie that tells all you need to know right in the title: soldier boy meets perfect girl; they bond, kiss, irritate a jealous suitor; boy ships out for combat, girl pines at home; love letters criss-cross the sea in torrents; she suddenly stops writing; months pass; then he receives ... one last letter.
Dip a fork into sugar or water and press down on cookie for criss-cross pattern.
Or was it just that I, like the landscapes and cultures that criss-cross the planet, was merely a work in progress.
When Reyes says he mouth is sewn shut, sure enough we see criss-cross threads over his lips.
When Mitt Romney heard the news he lit a cigar with a $100 bill and then wrote a cheque to "cash" for $1,000,000.01 just to prove a point.10am: There's no rest for the Republican presidential candidates as they criss-cross the country raising money and preparing for a showdown at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington DC this weekend.
The figure cuts a dark diagonal through the chill grey light, his blades etching criss-cross lines on the ice, gliding forward apparently without exertion.
Educational broadcasters outside the public radio system include a large variety of college-based and community-based stations that criss-cross the country, including the 5-station and 150-affiliate Pacifica Radio Network.
The old narrow-gauge railway lines that criss-cross the area can easily be identified from the maps and sketches supplied by some of the ex-POWs.
The criss-cross pattern is a traditional way of graphically representing that the hair on Archie's temples and back are tapered, ie. shaved somewhat closely to the skin.
The CIA carries out two different types of drone strikes in the tribal areas of Pakistan—those against so-called high-value targets, including Mr. Rahman, and "signature" strikes targeting Taliban foot-soldiers who criss-cross the border with Afghanistan to fight U.S. forces there.
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