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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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In the five newly revived sections of A Choreograpbic Offering, they moved like the celebrants of a joyous rite through his expansive configurations in space, the wheeling lines, crisscrossing horizontals, and ascending diagonals that convey the elation of social community that is central to Limon's humanism.
based on a pixelated image from a Budweiser ad, Midtown - Panasonic Jumbotron (Times square Reflection) had a white diagonal grid crisscrossing hundreds of gray, red, blue, green, yellow, and black triangles, all rendered in extra-thick coats of high-gloss house paint.
Hillary Clinton has been crisscrossing the country in recent weeks, appearing in 10 states and shooting about 100 commercials for Democrats in tight races.
IT was the end of a long day of crisscrossing Los Angeles County, and the stand-in Santa Claus was feeling every one of his 61 years.
What first appears to be virgin wilderness is in effect a contemporary wasteland of crisscrossing barbed-wire fences and strip-mined valleys--a postindustrial graveyard.
He presents a view of the crisscrossing cultures in Latin America, the Caribbean, Los Angeles and New York's Lower East Side.
In Rainforest Fire, 1992, forms accrete in crisscrossing and heaving painterly passages suggesting the interdependency of vegetal, mineral, and animal.
Long before Andrew Cunanan murdered Gianni Versace in July, investigative reporter Maureen Orth was crisscrossing the country, researching the spree killer on the FBI's Most Wanted list.