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Definition of the adverb Across the Line
What does Across the Line mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- [cricket] Describing the action of a batsman in moving the bat in a direction lateral to that of the incoming ball
"Across the Line" is a 2000 American drama film directed by Martin Spottl and starring Brad Johnson and Sigal Erez. Johnson plays a small-town Texas sheriff who falls for an illegal immigrant who witnessed a murder on the Mexican border. While not an overtly political film, Across the Line portrays illegal immigrants in a generally positive light and dramatizes their motivations and problems from a sympathetic point of view. In La Opinion Jean Rodriguez Flores wrote, "The film Across the Line isn't just about the difficulties of crossing illegally into the United States, but it also reflects the tragedy of hundreds of people who are forced to leave their families for the "promised land." Some critics praised the film for its emotional intensity, authenticity, and integrity, but others questioned it for turning the plight of illegal immigrants into mainstream entertainment. Independently financed and produced, Across the Line was distributed by Lionsgate Entertainment.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- location: Texas
- genres: Thriller, Indie film, Drama
- released in (15 years ago)
"Across the line" is a book by Anice Morris Stockton Terhune.
- "Across The Line" a.k.a. "-Across the line-" is a composition.
- music and lyrics by Zaq
- "Across The Line" is a musical album of Ghost Circus.
- released on (6 years ago)
Across the Line is a programme on BBC Radio Ulster. It broadcasts Monday, 8pm to 10.00 pm, presented by Rigsy.
- official website: www.bbc.co.uk/northernireland/atl
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Encyclopedia of Islands (2009)
by Rosemary G. Gillespie, D. A. Clague
Across the Line Islands, average annual rainfall varies over tenfold, ranging from approximately 500 mm yr-1 in the most southern islands (Flint and Vostok) to over 5000 mm yr-1 in the north (Palmyra). These average rainfall patterns are ...
by Martin Weik
the voltage across the line to (b) the current in the line. Common abbreviation: Z0. Note 1: ...
An International Work of Reference by John Huston Finley
They also permitted the forward pass and the quarter-back run to be made anywhere across the line of scrimmage. provided the passer was five yards back of the line. The rules regarding pushing and pulling and interlocked interference had ...
by Joel Alswang
the arm and the manner of delivery of the ball when the bowler bowls the ball agricultural a non-stylish, wild, slogging batting stroke to hit the ball very hard, across the line of flight air shot a batting stroke that misses the ball completely all out ...
The London encyclopaedia (1829)
or Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, comprising a popular view of the present state of knowledge
Across the line of a ship's course.
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