cross-country cross-country


  1. (adv) not following tracks or roads
  2. (adv) across the countryside


  1. The public might be forgiven for thinking the days are gone when lobbyists and special interests could pay for a lawmaker's cross-country golf outings.
  2. He had first seen cross-country on television, during Calgary in 1988, and tried the sport after moving to Wisconsin.
  3. Jarmoska decided to give BCA the $5,000 she raised biking cross-country.


  1. Long-distance cross-country skiers at increased risk of heart rhythm disturbances

    Cross-country skiers who take part in one of the world’s most challenging ski races, the 90 km Vasaloppet in Sweden, are at increased risk of developing arrhythmia – problems with the rate or rhythm of their heart beat – according to a study of nearly 53,000 race participants.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Science Daily

  2. Police: Man suspected of cross-country jewel theft spree

    BEVERLY, Mass., June 11 (UPI) -- A man arrested in the Boston area and charged with burglaries at a suburban jeweler is suspected of a cross-country smash-and-grab spree, police said.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: UPI

  3. Piedra Vista cross country summer race series begins with first of four races

    FARMINGTON >> For the second consecutive year, Piedra Vista cross-country will be holding its summer race series.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: The Farmington Daily Times


  • "We got kind of a lucky bounce and Cheech buried it," said Sharks coach Ron Wilson, who marveled at his team's effort. "You play four games in six nights on the road, with cross-country travel, and it's pretty phenomenal we found a way to...
    on Dec 31, 2007 By: Ron Wilson Source: USA Today

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