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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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We are the first Omani team to participate in a FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies and are proud of it.
In 2008, the local authorities introduced the use of snow farming - the practice of preserving snow from any given winter for the following cross-country skiing season.
His final cross-country head coaching record was 164-27.
- Cross-country skiing ladies' 4 X 5km relay (18:30)
The 12-km cross-country race, as well as a number of other races and cycling races.
Both Hodgkinson and Wylie will link up as part of the North East teams at the Inter-Counties Cross-Country Championships in Birmingham on March 7.
New North Wales Cross-Country League champion Holly Roberts, pictured after |winning the Race for Life in Rhyl in June this year PICTURE: STACEY OLIVER
Think of cross-country races and the name Enda Bolger immediately springs to mind.
New York has countless places to cross-country ski--from ski centers with equipment rentals and groomed trails (with trail fees), to state or county lands and parks where you bring your own gear and have to break your own trail.
Irish-trained horses have won all seven runnings of the marathon over Cheltenham's quirky cross-country track, since its inception in 1995, four of them representing the formidable partnership of Enda Bolger and J P McManus.
The event, in Ljubljana, Slovenia, saw Team GB dominate the great and the good of European cross-country, with team medals of varying colour returning home in both male and female events for junior, under-23 and senior age groups.
The Aske Hall circuit in Richmond, North Yorkshire is considered one of the toughest in the country for cross-country riding and attracts riders from all over Britain.

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