Like film actors, film directors—David Fincher with House of Cards, Guillermo del Toro with The Strain—are crossing over into TV.
Few are willing to go on the record about their concerns with crossing over.
But a new study suggests that blood testing might be crossing over into mental-health territory.
With this he returned into the hut, and, crossing over, held it near the head of the corpse.
"Um-hm," repeated Dorinda, crossing over to Greenland, so to speak.
To shame himself, he took his lamp in his hand, and crossing over to the far corner where the skeleton stood, examined it.
He rose, and crossing over to Hooker's table, clapped him heartily on the back.
Two of them just in front of me were crossing over the stream on a thick and broad archway of ice.
And, crossing over, close under the windows of the club, she hurried home.
Where the road is off the ground as when crossing over a small depression, these sleepers must not be over five feet apart.
crossing over cross·ing o·ver (krô'sĭng) or cross·ing-o·ver (krô'sĭng-ō'vər)
The exchange of genetic material between homologous chromosomes that occurs during meiosis and contributes to genetic variability.