cross sea


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cross sea

[¦krȯs ¦sē]
(oceanography)
A series of waves or swell crossing another wave system at an angle.
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Theologically self-assured missionaries in the days of Jesus received his stinging condemnation: "You cross sea and land to make a single convert, and you make the new convert twice as much a child of hell as yourselves" (Matt.
Etienne Micallef, master instructor of the Malta Red Cross sea rescue services, told a Malta newspaper there was no doubt that entering the wreck was dangerous.
For pounds 305,000 you get nine rooms, a large garden, workshop and a three-car garage - perfect for a morning sea stroll and it's within walking distance of West Cross sea front.
Etienne Micallef, master instructor of the Malta Red Cross sea rescue services, had told a newspaper reflective signs placed round the wreck warning divers not to enter were cleaned just over a week before the tragedy.
It's why people cross seas and climb mountains, it's how we travel into Space and create cures for diseases.
It is a fundamental thing about the human condition, people want to push themselves further, the need to strive, struggle - it is why people cross seas and climb mountains.