Crisscrossing

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A regional slang term for the practice of setting up a line of cocaine next to a line of heroin; the user places a straw in each nostril and snorts about half of each line; then the straws are crossed and the remaining lines are snorted
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Player T-1 can run a criss-cross with T-2 and create more combination attacks on the goal.
For 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, they scan the scores of monitors linked to the hundreds of cameras scanning the roads which criss-cross the city, enabling traffic to keep flowing through the Butetown tunnels, stopping fly-tippers and, of course, helping the police to keep order and catch crooks.
THIS morning I looked out on a clear blue sky and marvelled at how big it looked without the criss-cross of vapour/fuel trails.
A band spokesman said: "The rest of the shows will go ahead as they criss-cross America.
The space off Newton Manor Lane, in Brownsover, Rugby, has never had a formal name, though locals call it Criss-Cross Field, The Field and Junewood Rec.
Sneakers and sweats replace rehearsal wraps as dancers criss-cross the stage, alternating the liquid progression of impossible acrobatics with fragmented isolations of muscles and joints in a rhythmic symphony.
A gripping saga of Machiavellian manipulations, skillful intrigue, veiled words and ruthless thuggery, The Beggar's Throne is an exciting story that draws one in to a rapture of criss-cross motives and keeps one guessing until the last page.
You'll find criss-cross detail on everything from pants to bracelets to clogs.
Flows in perpendicular orientations direct many filaments at a time to lay down, making a criss-cross arrangement.
Stephanie in Year 1 says that the dance is fun and her favourite move is the criss-cross.
In the first episode of a new series, Dr Christian Jessen, Dr Pixie McKenna and Dr Dawn Harper are back as they criss-cross the nation in their search for anyone and everyone with a condition most people are reluctant to discuss.