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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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Crossen was a fifth place finisher with Team GB in the Paralympics seven-a-side football in Rio, scoring a fantastic solo goal in their play-off win over Argentina.
We have already seen a 20% saving in cycle time, a reduction in set up times and first off waste down from 20-30 to two or three parts as well as greater quality consistency throughout a run," says Peter Crossen, head of production.
Having taken a gap year upon finishing school, Crossen was lost when it came to higher education choices.
There is a bunch of stuff that was started and not finished," Crossen said.
Much of the number nonsense Crossen writes about deserves derision, not moping - for example, the numerical fakeries of cola taste tests were, believe it or not, once the subject of government fraud investigators in Massachusetts.
In "Tainted Truth," author Cynthia Crossen provides numerous examples of how respectable news organizations cheerfully disseminated flawed statistics in the push to provide readers with "useful" information.
Cynthia Crossen, a veteran Wall Street Journal reporter and editor, documents with wicked precision how we glorify and objectify numbers, as if, either by fearing or worshiping them, we could somehow exempt numbers from the fallibilities of any other human analysis.
With the addition of text, cloning, stamping, retouch and paint to our menu of editing options, there is really no limit to the creative possibilities," said Ken Crossen, creator of dPhoto and TechView Corporation president.
One of the biggest bugbears most people have with traditional cleaning setups is the time and hassle it takes to mix and apply cleaning solutions in the right quantities," explained Peter Crossen, VP of the Maintenance and Partsmaster Innovation Platform at NCH Europe.
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.
Roper said he knows Crossen and would work with him.