ACROSS


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AcronymDefinition
ACROSSAutomated Cargo Release & Operations Service System
ACROSSAssociation of Christian Resource Organisations Serving Sudan
ACROSSAccelerated Commercial Release Operational Support System
ACROSSAccelerated Customs Release Operations Support System (Canada)
ACROSSACE Resource Optimization Software System (NATO)
ACROSSAssociation of Christians Reaching Out in Service and Support
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Every now and then a haze of smoke from some nearer conflagra- tion drove across the window and hid the Martian shapes.
The Lion was about to reply when suddenly they came to another gulf across the road.
The old chief and his cousin were indignant at the supposed delinquency of their friends across the water, and called out for them to come over and answer for their shameful conduct.
But it made the captain remember back across the years to his own girl babe asleep on his arm.
As he was trying to think out some plan to distract her attention he heard a wild cry from across the clearing.
But ever the persistent soil remains for others to scrawl themselves across.
Why, it flashed across me that though so much had happened in her life and in mine, she was barely twenty-four years old.
The sound of a cannon, shot at Sumter, has rolled across the Southern States, and its echo is heard along the whole stretch of Cote Joyeuse.
Jerry finished his soup, set the child across, and then took his orders to drive to Clapham Rise.
It all happened in the thirteenth century, and while it was happening it shook England from north to south and from east to west; and reached across the channel and shook France.
As early as 1763, shortly after the acquisition of the Canadas by Great Britain, Captain Jonathan Carver, who had been in the British provincial army, projected a journey across the continent between the forty-third and forty-sixth degrees of northern latitude to the shores of -the Pacific Ocean.
Not once since his master had departed had he been beyond sight or sound of the bungalow, except when Lady Greystoke chose to canter across the broad plain, or relieve the monotony of her loneliness by a brief hunting excursion.