Definition of Recross. Meaning of Recross. Synonyms of Recross

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Definition of Recross

Recross
Recross Re*cross" (r?*kr?s";115), v. t. To cross a second time.

Meaning of Recross from wikipedia

- during cross-examination but not discussed during direct examination. Recross examination addresses the witness' testimony discussed in redirect by the...
- crossing the Danube. From 30 June to the early days of July, the French recrossed the Danube in strength, with more than 180,000 troops marching across...
- first thought. The party became stuck on the face when they could not recross the very technical and difficult Hinterstoisser Traverse, from which they...
- cerebellum. Once in the deep white matter of the cerebellum, the axons recross the midline, give off collaterals to the globose and emboliform nuclei...
- allowed British ships to pick up clientele from continental Europe before recrossing the channel and picking up p****engers at Queenstown. The Southampton-Cherbourg-New...
- Despite his initial successes, Morgan was thwarted in his attempts to recross the Ohio River and eventually was forced to surrender what remained of...
- transported his family and flocks across the ford Jabbok by night, then recrossed back to send over his possessions, being left alone in communion with...
- where the living became the dead and the only way back to life was to recross the line. Some religions today still make reference to the Kalunga Line...
- inferences as to the gaps where the witness's perception was obstructed. "Recross" is sometimes allowed, but usually the opposing attorney must ask for permission...
- 450,000 crossed the Neman on 25 June 1812, of whom fewer than 40,000 recrossed in anything like a recognizable military formation. James Marshall-Cornwall...
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