cross from (some place) to (some place)

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cross from (some place) to (some place)

To travel from one point to another. These two buildings are so far apart that I practically have to cross from one end of campus to the other! They have to cross from the island to the mainland and back just to get groceries.
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cross from some place to some place

to move across something from one point to another. We crossed from one side of the hall to the other, looking for a seat. I have to cross from Illinois to Missouri over a rickety old bridge.
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Prime bullocks (4) averaged 211.7p (+1.7p) and sold to 216.0p per kg for a 545kg Limousin cross from Easter Muckernich, Tore and PS1,350.40 for a 640kg Limousin cross also from Easter Muckernich, Tore selling to Messrs John M Munro Ltd, Dingwall.
Benign retroviruses probably cross from nonhuman primates to humans frequently, but we don't notice them because we don't get sick, says Bernard Poiesz, a professor of medicine at SUNY Upstate Medical University.
The American Civil Liberties Union has struck again, this time joining forces with left-wing county supervisors to eradicate a tiny cross from the Los Angeles County seal.
But God's grace, which was able to transform the cross from an instrument of death into an instrument of salvation, is able to transform those trials as well into something of power.