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cross

(Disagree with), verb act in opposition to, argue, be opposed to, collide, conflict with, confront, confute, contest, contradict, contravene, controvert, debate, defy, dispute, gainsay, homini obsistere, make a stand against, neutralize, oppose, protest, refuse to conform, refute, repudiate, resist, run counter to, speak against, take exceppion, traverse
Associated concepts: cross action, cross-claim, cross-complaint, cross-demand, cross-examination, cross libels, cross section, crosswalk

cross

(Intersect), verb bisect, braid, crisscross, cut across, divide, go across, halve, intercross, interrupt, intersect, lie across, move across, section, segment, separate, split, traverse
See also: advance, annoy, antagonize, bitter, conflict, confront, contentious, contravene, counter, counteract, countervail, discompose, disobey, fight, fractious, froward, harrow, inimical, interfere, intertwine, oppose, oppugn, pass, perambulate, perverse, petulant, plague, querulous, resist, stress, thwart, traverse

CROSS. contracts. A mark made by persons who are unable to write, instead of their names.
     2. When properly attested, and proved to have been made by the party whose name is written with the mark, it is generally admitted as evidence of the party's signature.

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One element in The Hateful Eight, however, surprises: the curious use of the crucifix (and other Christian imagery).
Before his own martyrdom, Mokichi presses a small, simple hand carved crucifix into Rodrigues' palm.
He protested that he was wearing a darts shirt, not a football top, only to be told: "No, put the crucifix away.
But the worker then told him: "No, put the crucifix away.
He tied me to a crucifix outside the Royal College of Art in London telling me I was a reincarnation of Jesus.
Nadia, after Cheggers stripped off, I'd have stuck with the crucifix.
Exeter Crown Court heard he leapt off and broke a crucifix before fleeing.
The MP's comments echo the case of British Airways check-in attendant Nadia Eweida, from Twickenham, south-west London, who was sent home from work for wearing a small silver crucifix.
While I'm fully aware of what the cross means to those that choose to wear it, I've often wondered if Christians ever stop to think of what very young children must think when they view a crucifix.
DIVINE intervention was at work when poorly kitten Lydia survived her encounter with a crucifix.
So can we turn up for work wearing either a star of David, or a burka, or a turban or a skull cap, or a bindi, but not a crucifix tattooed on the back of our hand?
Bonello also carefully distinguished between freedom of religion, which is guaranteed by European law, and "secularism, pluralism, the separation of Church and State, religious neutrality, [and] religious tolerance," which are not: "With or without a crucifix on a schoolroom wall, the Lautsis enjoyed the most absolute and untrammeled freedom of conscience and religion as demarcated by the [European] Convention.