CROSS


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Related to CROSS: Cross fire, crossword, Cross stitch
AcronymDefinition
CROSSCustoms Rulings Online Search System (US Customs and Border Protection searchable database)
CROSSCross Support Service
CROSSCentres Regionaux Operationnels de Surveillance et de Sauvetage
CROSSComité Régional de l'Organisation Sanitaire et Sociale
CROSSChurch Related Online Software Systems
CROSSCommittee to Retain Our Segregated Schools (1950s segregationist group)
CROSSCommission Régionale d'Organisation du Système Sanitaire
CROSSCore Router Operating System Support
CROSSChristians Reaching Out Spreading Spirituality
CROSSChristian Rock Operatic Symphonic Songs (music genre)
References in classic literature ?
He came up to me and said, 'Buy my silver cross, sir!
It was nothing less than the copper plate Pilate put upon the Saviour's cross, and upon which he wrote, "THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWS." I think St.
Savages now sometimes cross their dogs with wild canine animals, to improve the breed, and they formerly did so, as is attested by passages in Pliny.
The story goes on to tell how the Knight, who is the Red Cross Knight St.
Little water flows from the mountains, and it soon becomes absorbed by the dry and porous soil; so that, although we travelled at the distance of only ten or fifteen miles from the outer range of the Cordillera, we did not cross a single stream.
Even when "Old Mis'" died, they did not wonder that La Folle had not crossed the bayou, but had stood upon her side of it, wailing and lamenting.
And I have gone there, and come back; and now you may go there, for no longer is it high treason, punishable by disgrace or death, to cross 30d or 175d.
They had hardly been walking an hour when they saw before them a great ditch that crossed the road and divided the forest as far as they could see on either side.
Let's go and ask the people how to get 'cross the river."
They were unwieldy things for a lone girl to handle, but there was no other way and she must cross the river.
I swear before God, who seeth us, and who, in the darkness of this night heareth us, never shall my sword cross yours, never my eye express a glance of anger, nor my heart a throb of hatred, at you.
On the right shoulder of the mantle there was cut, in white cloth, a cross of a peculiar form.