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
This proprietary pattern of rounded, crisscrossing tubes forms a series of hexagons and pentagons -- a more efficient configuration than traditional dimple patterns that often leave excess flat space between dimples, thus increasing drag and decreasing lift.
The Harvard-Westlake senior had been crisscrossing the country with his travel-ball teams and various individual commitments this summer, so much so his father joked this week that, ``If we could just sit down with him for a few minutes we'd be OK,'' about discussing Taylor's college options.
Among the objects and abstract forms they support are a yellow cabinet, a gray slab, a small rocklike blob, a crisscrossing passel of blue stripes, and another gaudy urn--all of it capped by a New York School--style minimaelstrom of painterly brushstrokes.
With 4,083 square miles in Los Angeles County, getting to work, school and entertainment hot spots leaves us crisscrossing the area's dizzying freeway network and jamming city streets to get out and about.
With taut scarlet ribbons crisscrossing the stage, Taymor diagrams the intersection of bloodlines during the incestuous wedding of Oedipus and his mother; the ribbons reappear streaming from his gouged eyes at the story's end.
Jurisdictional boundaries are often a hindrance, or at worst prevent the prosecution of criminals who can commit crimes through the matrix of telephone, cable and fiber-optic lines crisscrossing the globe.