A cross–some conglomerate of a cross, a star of David, and you know, a Muslim half moon [sic] and star?
I remembered that this was the same body of water into which Henry Hudson had sailed the half moon in 1609.
Half of it lay in shadow, for a wood that rolled up a neighboring hillside cut off the light of the low, half moon.
Wish you'd look me up—half moon Club'll get me 'most any time.
He was placed in command of a small vessel called the half moon and ordered to sail to the northeast instead of the northwest.
The river is here about a mile wide, and assumes the form of a half moon.
To an arc or half moon is added the head of a bird, probably symbolical of the mother of the mystical egg.
Then the French fell on upon the other half moon; but were beaten off.
"It won't be so awful dark on the road, for there's a half moon peeping out up yonder behind those clouds," said Frank.
Her only ornament was a half moon of brilliants in the bronze coils of her hair.