Definition of Crosses. Meaning of Crosses. Synonyms of Crosses

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Definition of Crosses

Crosse
Crosse Crosse, n. [F., crosier, hooked stick.] The implement with which the ball is thrown and caught in the game of lacrosse.

Meaning of Crosses from wikipedia

- Look up crosses in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Crosses may refer to: Cross, the symbol Crosses, Cher, a French muni****lity Crosses, Arkansas, a small...
- from Crosses was released on January 24, 2012. In 2012, Crosses pla**** the Lollapalooza Chile festival as well as the Quilmes Rock festival. Crosses released...
- Crosses (stylized as †††) is the debut full-length album by the American musical group Crosses. The album was released on February 11, 2014, on Sumerian...
- Noughts + Crosses is a British drama television series based on the Noughts & Crosses novel series by Malorie Blackman. The series is set in an alternative...
- precise origin of the practice of leaving crosses on the hill is uncertain, but it is believed that the first crosses were placed on the former Jurgaičiai...
- (Norway) A voided cross might also be blazoned as fimbriated. Fimbriated crosses are more common in vexillology, e.g. the fimbriated crosses in the national...
- the series: Noughts and Crosses, Knife Edge, Checkmate, Double Cross, Crossfire, and Endgame. ****phone "Sephy" Hadley is a Cross and the daughter of a...
- scaffold. A total of 1,358 Victoria Crosses have been awarded since 1856 to 1,355 men. The greatest number of Victoria Crosses awarded for a single day was 24...
- to Crosses. Wikiquote has quotations related to Cross. Seiyaku.com, all Crosses—probably the largest collection on the Internet Variations of Crosses –...
- most common Knight's Crosses were produced by the manufacturer Steinhauer & Lück in Lüdenscheid. The Steinhauer & Lück crosses are stamped with the digits...