So when a man is very tired he cuts across lots to those three results.
And it cuts across the Kosovars as sharply as it separates the West from Yugoslavia.
Here one of them cuts across the ridge to the tenaja for water.
In his handsand he cuts across our lives like a knife-blade.
It runs around on the very brow of the hill, except in one or two places, where it cuts across a ridge.
It cuts across the narrowest part of that great ganglion of waters which break up the land behind Plymouth Sound.
It first cuts across the leaf, its teeth acting as a pair of scissors; but it does not entirely detach this segment.
These cells lie lengthwise of the tree; that is why wood splits with the grain so much easier than it cuts across it.
The ore bodies are roughly parallel to the bedding, but in instances follow the schistosity which cuts across the bedding.
This branch follows a bend in the river, while the other cuts across country and meets it.