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  • Rough Crossing — is a 1985 comedic play by British playwright Tom Stoppard, freely adapted from Ferenc Molnar s Play at the Castle . [Stoppard, Tom. Rough Crossing . New York: Samuel French, Inc., 1988.] Set onboard the S.S. Italian Castle , it follows world… …   Wikipedia

  • Rough Crossing (TV series) — Infobox Television Soap Opera show name = Rough Crossing genre = Soap opera network = creator = executive producer = head writer = David Booher Tony DiPaolo co head writers = Jeff Dye Sharon Housen Michael McSilvers Travis Merris story consultant …   Wikipedia

  • crossing — noun 1 trip across a stretch of water ADJECTIVE ▪ rough ▪ smooth ▪ ferry (esp. BrE) ▪ There are six ferry crossings a day. ▪ ocean …   Collocations dictionary

  • Rough Crossings — infobox Book name = Rough Crossings: Britain, the Slaves and the American Revolution title orig = translator = image caption = author = Simon Schama cover artist = country = language = English series = genre = History publisher = BBC Books… …   Wikipedia

  • rough — 1 /rVf/ adjective 1 NOT SMOOTH having an uneven surface: Her hands were rough from hard work. | A rough track led to the farm. | rough grass opposite smooth 1 (1) 2 NOT EXACT not exact or not containing many details approximate: This is just a… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • crossing — n. 1) to make a crossing 2) a rough; smooth crossing 3) a border crossing 4) a grade (AE), level (BE); Panda (BE), pedestrian, pelican (BE), zebra (BE); railroad (AE), railway (esp. BE) crossing 5) a transoceanic crossing 6) at a crossing (at the …   Combinatory dictionary

  • rough — adj., adv., n., & v. adj. 1 a having an uneven or irregular surface, not smooth or level or polished. b Tennis applied to the side of a racket from which the twisted gut projects. 2 (of ground, country, etc.) having many bumps, obstacles, etc. 3… …   Useful english dictionary

  • crossing — cross|ing [ˈkrɔsıŋ US ˈkro: ] n 1.) a place where you can safely cross a road, railway, river etc ▪ You must give way to any pedestrians on the crossing. →↑level crossing, ↑pedestrian crossing, ↑pelican crossing, ↑zebra crossing …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • crossing — noun (C) 1 a marked place where you can safely cross a road, railway, river etc see also: level crossing, pedestrian crossing, pelican crossing, zebra crossing 2 a place where two lines, roads, tracks etc cross 3 a journey across the sea: The… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Rough Fell (sheep) — The Rough Fell is an upland breed of sheep, originating in the UK. It is common on its native fell and moorland farms, its distribution embracing a large proportion of South Cumbria, parts of the West Riding of Yorkshire, North Lancashire and,… …   Wikipedia

  • rough — adj. Rough is used with these nouns: ↑approximation, ↑bark, ↑calculation, ↑childhood, ↑cider, ↑coat, ↑consensus, ↑country, ↑crossing, ↑deal, ↑division, ↑ …   Collocations dictionary