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crossed

Passing from one side to the other, as the crossed corticospinal tract, in which nerve fibers cross from one side of the medulla to the other.
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When entering the country, six vehicles per hour in average crossed the border, now 24 vehicles cross the border in one hour, Proskuryakova said.
Rodriguez Raposo, Weak crossed biproducts and weak projections.
FOR CAROL CROSSED, FAITH IS INEXTRICABLY TIED UP with activism for a consistent ethic of life.
Genetic evidence suggests that they crossed into humans from simian T-lymphotropic viruses (STLVs) and that each type, plus various subtypes, have crossed independently.
He has crossed the border into Texas so many times that he knows secret trails and shallow parts of the Rio Grande River.
After Selma, free white and black southerners crossed the bridge to the new South, leaving hatred and isolation on the far side--building vibrant cities, thriving economies and great universities.
In 1993, His Holiness Pope John Paul II on a visit to his beloved Poland, crossed the border into Lithuania and recognized the special steadfastness and faith of the Lithuanian people by saying Mass in the open field at the foot of the Hill.
In recent weeks the crossing was being used by Chinese cockle pickers, who did not understand the signal box staff, and crossed when it was unsafe.
I want to reflect, not so much on a list of boundaries that should or should not be crossed, but on the quandary we face as we confront two realities.