Cross в новостях
|cross between||Крест между|
|cross section||Поперечное сечение|
|cross the river||Пересечь реку|
|not cross||Не крест|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· In a first, Twitter adds fact-check warnings to Donald Trump tweets →
But the warning labels suggest that the president has finally crossed a line that the company was not willing to move for him.
The New York Times
· Michigan Governor Says Husband’s Request Was ‘Failed Attempt at Humor’ →
You can give blood through the American Red Cross, and World Central Kitchen has stepped in to distribute meals in major cities.
The New York Times
· Bit of Highlands Headgear →
I can remember the actress Perry Gilpin in the role of ROZ on “Frasier” clear as a bell, but it took me the 1D crossing and a lot of time to remember her character’s name.
· Pounds remind owners that pets are for life, not just for lockdown →
When Erin Kanygin went to adopt a pet at the Lost Dogs Home, she was intimidated by rottweiler-kelpie cross Barkley.
· The Atlantic Daily: One Hundred Thousand →
“One hundred thousand people is nearly the population of the city I now live in; it is a neighborhood’s worth of people in Brooklyn, my longtime home; it is perhaps 10 times the total number of people most of us will cross paths with in our entire lives.”
Hong Kong Free Press
· Hong Kong security law: What is going on in Carrie Lam’s mind? →
As she looks at herself in the mirror, has the thought crossed her mind that she could have gone down in history as a heroic figure defending democracy and standing up to Beijing on behalf of the people of Hong Kong?
· Double joy for Pongracic as Wolfsburg stun Leverkusen with 4-1 win →
Arnold made it 2-0 with a heavily deflected free kick in the 64th minute and Renato Steffen added the third soon after, heading a Victor cross into the roof of the net after he was left unmarked at the far post.
· The Road To Weimar Goes Through The European Banking System →
If and when a systemic bank crisis in Europe erupts, it will cross the ocean to the healthier banks in the US quickly, followed by bailouts, followed by banks plowing money into real assets.