cross at

cross (fix) at (altitude)

An instruction from ATC (air traffic control) operating under IFR (instrument flight rules) to cross a specified fix at a specified altitude. Instruction may state whether to cross the fix below, above, or at a specified altitude.
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That victory is ours as well, who were marked with the cross at baptism and whose relationship with God has been restored through Jesus' death and resurrection.
This is actually two cases in one, because the case of the three teenagers has been combined with that of a Ku Klux Klan leader who burned a 25-foot cross at a Klan rally in Carroll County, Virginia, a few months later.
The lCD DIVEN commander recommended to the ADC-M at approximately H+26 that the 2BCT cross at the site south of Kaw; this recommendation was approved.
With the score knotted at 1 in the 17th minute, Romania intercepted a pass at the top of its penalty box, made five quick passes down the right flank, then scored on a ground cross at the near post.
The cross at the time was being used for crucifixion and torture," New Testament professor Father Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, O.P.