Across the Lines
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"Across the Lines" is a composition.
- music and lyrics by Tracy Chapman
"Across the lines" is a book by Carolyn Reeder.
- subjects: History, United States of America, Slavery
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The New Universal English Dictionary ... To which is added, a dictionary of cant words ... The fourth edition, carefully corrected by Mr. Buchanan, etc (1760)
by Nathan BAILEY
"Ears, in musick, are strokes drawn perpendicularly across the lines of a piece of musick; used to regulate the beating or measure of musical tune. 'a BAR-SHOT. Two half bullets joined together by an ...
An Encyclopedia by James B. Minahan
The bands were constantly form— ing and reforming, often across the lines that separated the various related peoples.
In which Not Only the Meaning of Every Word is Explained, and the Sound of Every Syllable Distinctly Shown, But, where Words are Subject to Different Pronunciations, the Reasons for Each are Duly Considered, and the Best Pronunciation is Selected by John Walker
A piece of wood laid across a passage; a bolt; any obstacle at the entrance of a harbour; hindrance; the place where causes of law are tried; room in a tavern; strokes drawn across the lines of a piece of musick; a prevention. Bar, bár. v. a. To fasten with a bolt or bar hinder, prevent exclude, prohibit. Barb, bárb. s. A Barbary horse. Barbarian, bár-bā'ré-án. s. A savage; a man without pity; an uncivilized man, Barbarism, bár'bá-rizm. s. A form of speech contrary to the purity of language; ...
The Royal English Dictionary; Or, A Treasury of the English Language ... To which is Prefixed, A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Tongue ... The Third Edition Improved (1768)
by Daniel Fenning
" ln Music, the straight strokes drawn perpendicularly across the lines in a piece of music, ...
Global Women's Issues and Knowledge by Cheris Kramarae, Dale Spender
There can be conflicts between femocrats and feminist academics and activists, although individual women move between these roles, and there are coalitions across the lines with regard to particular issues like equal pay and child care. In Australia, femocrats thrived under Labour governments but were marginalized 847 FEMOCRAT.
A Portable Cyclopaedia, Or, Compendious Dictionary of Arts and Sciences Including the Latest Discoveries (1810)
by C. T. Watkins
BAR, a stroke drawn perpendicularly across the lines of a piece of music including a certain quantity or measure, which varies as the time of the music is triple or connon., The principal us" of bars is to regulate the beatin o time in a concert. RTRXi'iff. N. in logic, a term denoting the first indirect mode of the first figure of syllogism. A syllogism in baralipton is when the two first propositions are ge*al and the third particular, the middle clog the subject in the first and the predicate in the ...
And Expositor of the English Language... by John Walker
structure is held together; bars in music, are strokes drawn, perpendicularly across the lines of a piece of music, used to regulate the beating or measure of musical time. To BAR, bár, v. a. To fasten or shut anything with a bolt or bar; to hinder, to obstruct; to prevent; to shut out from ; to exclude from a claim; to prohibit ; to except; to hinder a suit. BARB, bärb, s. Anything that grows in the place of the beard; the points that stand backward in an arrow; the armour for horses. BARB, bárb, s.
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