regular crossing

regular crossing

the same cross is made on a regular basis as a breeding program; the object is usually to produce a standard offspring and to benefit from heterosis.
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Mums and dads at Stoke Heath Primary School have spent months calling for action from the city council after their regular crossing patrol warden left through illness in October.
The incident happened a short time into the Princess Seaway's regular crossing from North Shields, North Tyneside, to Ijmuiden, in the Netherlands.
Community-spirited Craig, 38, volunteered when the regular crossing patrolman fell ill and had to take long-term leave.
Pat Amis, 65, of Prince's Street, North Shields, took over as a temporary replacement for the regular crossing warden in 1980 at King Edward Primary School, North Shields, but soon after that, the job was hers.
The Samson, a 150-foot ferry, left the Comoros islands capital of Moroni on Saturday for a regular crossing to Madagascar.
You cannot explain to a duck that choosing a busy road for their regular crossing is not a good idea.
Solicitors acting for Mrs Marilyn Sibley raised a pounds 500,000 damages action and arrested the pounds 65 million HHS Stena Discovery as it prepared to leave the Essex port of Harwich for a regular crossing to the Hook of Holland.
The Ferryboat is situated in Fishguard Bay, and only 600 metres from the entrance of the international port of Fishguard harbour, which has regular crossings to Ireland.
However in terms of regular crossings by Greek Cypriots, the number is only around 10-15 per cent of the population.
There have been regular crossings, just one this morning, Kivuyo tells us.
El Habib car ferry, which has a capacity of 1,440 passengers and 430 vehicles, had operated regular crossings for 34 years between the ports of Marseille and Genoa.