I remember the carpet in the room in the house in the farm where I was sitting, cross-legged.
Men drop in and seat themselves, cross-legged, for a chat and a cup of tea.
Abdulla sat amongst them like an idol, cross-legged, his hands on his lap.
Its earliest monument is a cross-legged effigy of Sir Adam de Middleton, who died in 1315.
So he squats down, cross-legged, dips a reed-pen in the ink, and begins.
That reproach has been gloriously taken away from the character of the cross-legged corporation by Neal Malone.
She rolled over, scrambling into a cross-legged posture on the bed.
When the meager meal was prepared they sat, cross-legged, before a ragged tarpaulin, eating and drinking in silence.
Even the Buddha himself, cross-legged and imperturbable, had to sit for his portrait.
Our camp looked like a sweat-shop those days, with its cross-legged tailormen and its litter of snippets.