cross bearing

cross bearing

[′krȯs ‚ber·iŋ]
(navigation)
The determination of the position of a ship or aircraft from the azimuths of two known locations.
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A video, posted on social media by former All Black Neemia Tialata, shows the group of French-based New Zealanders performing the famous haka at the roadside in front of a cross bearing the couple's names.
A video, posted on social media by former All Black Neemia Tialata, shows a group of French-based New Zealanders performing the famous haka at the roadside in front of a cross bearing the couple's names.
A white cross bearing Noreen's name is dedicated as both a tribute to the young woman who lost her life, and as a reminder to all of the deadly consequences of impaired driving.
A Teessider who works in Israel has T honoured the grave of Private Richardson with a cross bearing a poppy.
He said: "I'm hoping to bring some attention to the fact a few rotten fragments of a fallen wooden cross bearing the name James Owen are all that remains to mark the plot, and that, given his part in such a legendary action, there should surely be something a little more fitting to mark this soldier's final resting place.
The Huyton mum put up a statue of Our Lady and a cross bearing Anthony's picture several months ago but this week Knowsley Council chiefs told her to remove of them.
Last year, Americans United wrote to officials in the town of Dugger and told them that they could not legally continue to display a 26-foot-tall white cross bearing the words "Jesus Saves.
CANDLES and a single cross bearing a poppy were laid at the site of a special memorial in honour of a young Birmingham soldier who was killed in Afghanistan.
5ft high cross bearing the words "Fiona Pender RIP" was found by a couple out walking in the woods at Monicknew.
Amanda Binnie, whose husband Sean was killed while trying to protect the life of another Afghan being trained by the Army, expressed her lack of support for the war as she planted a cross bearing the 22 year-old's name.
Nobody noticed my shoes had been worn nor did they notice me walking around the side of the church to wipe away the tears I'd held back as the photos were taken, because across from the church door was a small wooden cross bearing my mother's name.
The pensioner, who now struggles to get around with a walking stick, battled through a snow blizzard to say a quiet prayer at Balgriffin Cemetery and place a simple bouquet at the foot of the wooden cross bearing the name Rachel Callaly.