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- adj. Taking place across a border.
- adv. Across a border.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Forming a border across, as across a fabric woven on a Jacquard loom, such as that in a handkerchief, a table-cover, a towel, etc.
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The agency had never run a successful, long-term cross-border operation, never penetrated the IIS, the SSO or the Republican Guard.
The report cited data in Morgan Stanley's 2010 annual report showing $39 billion of so-called cross-border outstandings at Dec. 31.
So-called cross-border outstandings to France for all except Wells Fargo were $188 billion, including $114 billion to French banks.
Pakistan shut the border crossing last Thursday, following a NATO cross-border raid that Pakistan says killed three of its soldiers in the Kurram region.
The Pakistani border crossing used to transport NATO supplies to international forces in Afghanistan remains closed Thursday, despite an apology from the United States for a cross-border raid that killed Pakistani soldiers.
There have been four attacks on NATO supply convoys since Pakistan closed the northwestern Torkhum border crossing Thursday, following a NATO cross-border raid that Pakistan says killed three of its soldiers in the Kurram region.
Israel says it launched the Gaza offensive in late December to stop cross-border rocket attacks by Palestinian militants.
Pakistan is now blocking a vital supply route for U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan, in apparent retaliation for a cross-border NATO air strike that Pakistan says killed three of its soldiers.
The two countries celebrated the completion of a cross-border oil pipeline that links Russia, the world's biggest oil producer, with China, the largest energy consumer.
It was the fourth cross-border raid in recent days.
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