Crosses may refer to:
- Cross, the symbol
- Crosses (album), the fourth album for the Belgian rock band Zornik
- Crosses, Cher, a French municipality
- Crosses (band), a musical project featuring members of Deftones and Far
- "Crosses", a track on the José González album Veneer
- Crosses, Arkansas, a small community located in the Ozarks of north west Arkansas
- Crosses, a truce term used in East Anglia and Lincolnshire
Other articles related to "crosses":
... required whenever any of the following occur The route crosses a state boundary ... The route crosses a county boundary ... The route crosses a reservation boundary ...
... High crosses Anglo-Saxon Bewcastle Cross Crowle Stone Dartmoor crosses Easby Cross Gosforth Cross Legg's cross Ruthwell Cross Sandbach Crosses Sheffield Cross Irish ...
... The crosses combine elements of architecture, sculpture, blacksmith art, and painting ... To plead for grace or to express gratitude, the crosses are built as memorials to the dead or as the signs of spiritual protection at certain places ... The Hill of Crosses, containing thousands of crosses of all sizes, is the best known pilgrimage site in Lithuania ...
... The line crosses Dundrum on the new William Dargan cable-stayed bridge ... The route leaves the old alignment after Sandyford Depot to Central Park stop, crosses the M50 and runs down Ballyogan Road with stops at Glencairn, The Gallops, Leopardstown ... It then crosses the M50 again, re-joining the original alignment at Racecourse (future) stop, west of Glenamuck Road ...
... In Britain and Ireland, many free-standing upright crosses – or high crosses – were erected ... Some of these crosses bear figurative or decorative carvings, or inscriptions in runes ... There are surviving free-standing crosses in Cornwall and Wales, in the island of Iona and in the Hebrides, as well as those in Ireland ...
Famous quotes containing the word crosses:
“Life is like walking along a crowded streetthere always seem to be fewer obstacles to getting along on the opposite pavementand yet, if one crosses over, matters are rarely mended.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (182595)
“When an American heiress wants to buy a man, she at once crosses the Atlantic. The only really materialistic people I have ever met have been Europeans.”
—Mary McCarthy (19121989)