In literature:
And in the last in the row "James Cross" was painted and, from somewhere within, there came a low, unhappy whine.
"Dick Lionheart" by Mary Rowles Jarvis
Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our places.
"The Literary World Seventh Reader" by Various
He saw only a long chamber, crossed by row upon row of white, desperate faces.
"The Blue Pavilions" by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
From Forest Row, Wych Cross and Ashdown Forest are easily gained; but of this open region of dark heather more in a later chapter.
"Highways & Byways in Sussex" by E.V. Lucas
For a brief second the bow crossed directly in front of the skiff rowed by the "Merry Maid" girls.
"Madge Morton's Secret" by Amy D. V. Chalmers
They had struck another bad place in the flood, where cross currents made it difficult work rowing.
"Afloat on the Flood" by Lawrence J. Leslie
And think of his rowing the race to-day with that hand, and then fainting the moment he knew the line was crossed and Yale had won!
"Frank Merriwell's Races" by Burt L. Standish
From this point a lagoon, the Murd-ap has to be crossed, either by the small steam-launch or by rowing boat.
"Across Coveted Lands" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
He did not care how many times he crossed the water this day, if those whom he rowed would but keep the peace.
"The Settlers at Home" by Harriet Martineau
Then the peasant began to cross with one sheep, and began to row: the river was wide.
"Italian Popular Tales" by Thomas Frederick Crane
She could row cross-handed very well, and she had no difficulty in pulling the skiff out to the Greyhound's moorings.
"Hope and Have" by Oliver Optic
At a signal the next row of players take each a club and return it to one of the crosses, returning for another, etc., until all are placed.
"Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium" by Jessie H. Bancroft
Rows of silent dripping box cars hid the man crossing the track at the street.
"Frank of Freedom Hill" by Samuel A. Derieux
Same as 2d row, 38 crosses.
"Handbook of Wool Knitting and Crochet" by Anonymous
We'll cross here and get behind this row of houses and keep on until we're close to 'The Miners' Rest.
"Elizabeth Hobart at Exeter Hall" by Jean K. Baird
That on the right, with the row of crosses along the cornice, is 6 ft. 2 in.
"The Care of Books" by John Willis Clark
Our Brigade Headquarters were situated, of all unhealthy spots, in a house the last of a row culminating at a four-cross-road.
"Norman Ten Hundred" by A. Stanley Blicq
Every boat that crosses the river carries one, and rows of them stood by the bank to receive the bodies.
"The Johnstown Horror" by James Herbert Walker
Here there was a row of simple notches, and there another row of marks resembling crosses.
"Wood Rangers" by Mayne Reid
A cargo-boat was vainly trying to cross the bar, towed by a long green boat which six Moors were rowing.
"In the Tail of the Peacock" by Isabel Savory
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In poetry:
When Jesus wished to cross the lake
His friends agreed to row.
But in the night a storm came up
And rocked them to and fro.
"We Show Our Love" by Doris Clore Demaree
There was a row of narrow beds, new-made;
Each bore a starry banner and a cross.
And each the name of one who, ere he played
His rôle of warrior, met earth's final loss.
"In France I Saw A Hill" by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
All issue armoured, of the grave,
The redhaired cancer still alive,
The cataracted eyes that filmed their cloth;
Some dead undid their bushy jaws,
And bags of blood let out their flies;
He had by heart the Christ-cross-row of death.
"When Once The Twilight Locks No Longer" by Dylan Thomas
In news:
The driver pulling the trailer with rows of seating slowed and paused for a group of people crossing the parched yards at the James C Hageman Sustainable Agriculture Research and Extension Center near Lingle--an unspoken invite for a ride.
In the very front row at Cross Examination's shows — whether there's a stage or not — you'll encounter fist-banging idiots.
Joe Deverell, of Jordan, is trying to row his Venetian gondolier some 250 miles from his home on Cross Lake across the Erie Canal to Albany.
The American Red Cross is assisting a family of four after the wall collapsed on their row home in Point Breeze early Monday morning.
Consider the pretzel twist seen on the crossed legs of front-row fashionistas like Anna Wintour.
In the last decade, 110 rowboats have successfully crossed an ocean, according to the Ocean Rowing Society.
There's not much of a view from the back row of the Central Presbyterian Church balcony in Austin, Texas, but it's clear that Jolie Holland, the figure onstage under the huge cross, is plainly dying.
For the second race in a row, Josh Strang put his FMF Makita Suzuki on the top step of the podium, declaring himself the man to beat in this years Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series.
Pax Christi has now held a Good Friday Way of the Cross across 42nd Street and through Times Square for 30 years in a row.
For the second year in a row and the fourth time in five years, the Boerne Champion Chargers are the boys cross country Class 4A UIL state champions after holding off second-place Cedar Park in Round Rock on Saturday.
While you won't catch me cheering on press row (except at the state cross-country meet), I'm never going to pull for a local team to lose, either.
Between the crosses row on row.
The new home of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Connecticut has a roof of several arches, like a row of miniature Quonset huts, to reflect interior light.
In Flanders Fields the poppies blow Between the crosses row on row, That mark our place.
This rowing dory is a cross between a Gloucester Gull and the Lowell Coast Guard Dory LOA-15?6?, Beam-4?6?, Weight-150 Pounds.
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In science:
Speciﬁcally, each pair of pixel rows, mirrored in distance from the jet axis, was cross-correlated, and Gaussian ﬁts for each pair of rows were also compared.
Rotation of Jets from Young Stars: New Clues from the Hubble Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph
We say that T is strongly right-ideal-generated by a row cross-section of P if there exists a subset Λ′ ⊆ Λ such that the restriction of G to Λ′ is bijective, and every arrow in T can be written in the form Pλi s for some λ ∈ Λ′, i ∈ I and s ∈ S 1 .
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
We say that T is (weakly) right-ideal-generated by a row cross-section of P if there exists Λ′ as above, such that every arrow in T can be written either in the form Pλi s or in the form Pλi (or both) for some λ ∈ Λ′, i ∈ I and (where appropriate) s ∈ S 1 .
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
The next result says that the set of non-identity elements of S being strongly right-ideal-generated by a row cross-section of P is a suﬃcient condition for automaticity in M to imply automaticity in S .
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
We shall subsequently strengthen the result by weakening the hypothesis, showing that it suﬃces for the set of non-identity elements of S to be weakly right-idealgenerated by a row cross-section of P .
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
This result extends to cover the case where S is only weakly right-idealgenerated by a row cross-section of P .
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
Next, we wish to show that the set of non-identity elements of S is strongly right-ideal-generated by a row cross-section of P .
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
Since the non-identity elements of S are weakly right-ideal-generated by a row cross-section of P, we can choose some set Λ′ ⊆ Λ such that the restriction of G to Λ′ is bijective, and every non-identity element of S can be written in the form Pλi c or Pλi for some λ ∈ Λ′, i ∈ I and (where appropriate) c ∈ S .
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
Thus, the set of non-identity elements of S is strongly right-ideal-generated by a row cross-section of P .
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
As with Theorems 4.6 and 4.7, we shall prove this result ﬁrst with the hypothesis that the semigroupoid S is a small category and that the non-identity elements of S are strongly right-idealgenerated by a row cross-section of the sandwich matrix P .
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
If S is preﬁx-automatic, and the non-identity elements of S are strongly right-ideal-generated by a row cross-section of P, then M is preﬁx-automatic.
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
If S is preﬁx-automatic, and the set of non-identity elements in S is weakly right-ideal-generated by a row cross-section of P, then M is preﬁx-automatic.
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
As in Theorem 4.7, we deduce that S is a coﬁnite subsemigroupoid of S, that M is a coﬁnite subsemigroup of M, and that the non-identity elements of S are strongly right-ideal-generated by a row cross-section of P .
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
Suppose the set of non-identity elements of S is weakly right-ideal-generated by a row cross-section of P .
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
If S is preﬁxautomatic, and the set of non-identity elements of S is weakly right-idealgenerated by a row cross-section of P, then M is preﬁx-automatic.
Automatic Rees matrix semigroups over categories
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