1 He saw a scarcely perceptible tremor cross her face, and without knowing what he did he stooped his head and kissed the bit of stuff in his hold.
2 They would cross that bridge when they came to it.
3 Henry was her cross and she must bear him.
4 She was seldom seen on Peachtree Street or in any nice neighborhood, but when she did appear respectable women made haste to cross the street to remove themselves from her vicinity.
5 An dey driv dey cannons an waggins cross de cotton till it plum ruint, cept a few acres over on de creek bottom dat dey din notice.
6 Now, Yankees and a cross voice were linked forever in his mind and he was afraid of his mother.
7 Atlanta, like all Southern towns, had its share of dowagers whom no one cared to cross.
8 She heard him cross the floor of the hall to the children's play room and open the door.
9 "Oh, all right," he said with a laugh one morning and moved the narrow white cross bar higher.
10 Well, the cross was heavier now.
11 "I'm sorry I was cross," she said, speaking with difficulty.
12 It's just that I--I'm sorry I was cross, Auntie.
13 He took another cross street, and without breasting the throng on the Promenade, made his way to the fashionable club which overlooks that thoroughfare.
14 She trailed down the street on one side, back on the other, glancing into the cross streets.
15 Even in town the roads were a furrowed welter of mud, hideous to view and difficult to cross.