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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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Charles East ran out the clock with Crossen taking the final snap, sliding down for a 31-yard loss as time expired.
"It was quite unbelievable and scary what happened to me with the stroke," Crossen said.
Crossen is but one of many US students interested in travelling to the UAE and the Middle East for tertiary education.
"There is a bunch of stuff that was started and not finished," Crossen said.
Crossen concentrates on the intentions of those spreading numbers.
Crossen urges journalists to take much harder looks at the polls, surveys and studies that have become the cheap raw material of news.
But Crossen doesn't limit herself to easy targets like ads in considering "the increasingly disturbing trend of inaccurate and corrupt information." She also scrutinizes political polls, food and nutrition research, public policy studies, and medical and legal research, repeatedly finding problems in areas where consumers have little personal expertise and much at stake.
Senior wide receivers Nathan Hull (6-3, 160) and Gino Cerrone (5-11, 180) add to that team speed and provide Crossen with targets.
"To make sure it doesn't pollute the mains water supply, the dilution system is fitted with a FLEX-GAP certified anti pollution system," continued Crossen. "It uses flexible membrane valves to provide effective dilution of concentrated chemicals without polluting the mains water supply."
Great Britain's Matt Crossen during the Men's 7-a-side football
PARALYMPICSGB had three Scots and one Northern Irishman in the 14-man squad, plus Matt Crossen from Stockton.
I very much enjoyed Craig Crossen's cover story about the Milky Way in the July issue [Part II is on page 32 of this issue].