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triple cross

three upper arms; symbolizes authority of the pope. [Christian Iconog.: Jobes, 386]
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To help raise money to build a new Conestoga hut for homeless veterans, Triple Cross Motorcycle Ministry and Community Supported Shelters are joining forces to hold the Homeless Vet Awareness Run on Saturday.
It is set in the floor of the chancel and is one of three unique triple cross slabs found in Glamorgan which historians believe may be linked.
(2001) TRIPLE CROSS (BBC Two Wales, 12pm) Fact-based World War Two spy adventure about Eddie Chapman, a bank robber who became a British double agent in exchange for money and a full pardon.
Mohamed was the focus of my last book, Triple Cross. In the early 1980s, shortly after being purged by the Egyptian Army for his radical views, Mohamed came under the influence of Ayman al-Zawahiri, the Cairo surgeon who had been jailed for a time for the Sadat murder and went on to form the Egyptian Islamic Jihad.
Triple Cross starred Christopher Plummer as the charming conman and Yul Brynner as a German baron.
There, on the cover of each, is the man, slightly debonair, slightly dubious, who once played a part in the seedy side of greyhound racing, and later had a film made about him, Triple Cross, with Christopher Plummer playing Chapman.
That sounds a lot like what some people have called a triple cross. Fedco, of Waterville, Maine, had a triple cross sweet corn.
TRIPLE CROSS: HOW BIN LADEN'S MASTER SPY PENETRATED THE CIA, THE GREEN BERETS, AND THE FBI--AND WHY PATRICK FITZGERALD FAILED TO STOP HIM is no light read: over 600 pages chart the evolution of one of the most dangerous men in history: a single agent of al Qaeda who compromised some of the top forces in U.S.
The triple cross live tool spindle allows the total number of cross live tools on the gang spindle to be increased to seven.