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  • noun Plural form of recrossing.

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Examples

  • Leicesters, and Black-faced Downs, to assist at the feedings and washings and doctorings and shearings, to follow the crossings and recrossings and crossings again, that bred new varieties as if they were roses, to trace the processes by which the Argentine pampas supply novel resources to the

    The Wild Olive

  • Or might we not have supposed that where a strong sense of the advantages of order prevails; where justice is figured out by all the crossings and recrossings of positive law; where the right ordering of cities and communities is the subject of perpetual study and consideration, might we not have supposed that where such is the case, few instances would occur of misery produced by the ill-managed resources of wealth, power, influence, or any other of the mighty results of far-advanced civilization, and long-received Christianity?

    Private Thoughts Upon Religion and a Christian Life; to which is Added the Necessity and Advantage of Frequent Communion. Volume I.

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