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“Then the temptation seized him. "s plain as the nose on your face," he said, as he abandoned his laborious cross-cutting and climbed to the indicated apex.”
“Then he went down the hill and took up the cross-cutting.”
“He was cross-cutting the hillside, line by line, as he ascended.”
“Instead, it was listed as one of three "cross-cutting themes.”
“One cross-cutting theme of the study, featuring broad participation from unions, carriers, manufactures and regulators, is that "pilots sometimes abdicate too much responsibility to the automated systems," according to Ms. Abbott.”
“In addition to the proposed diagnostic criteria, the field trials will assess "severity measures" and cross-cutting symptom lists new to the manual.”
“This cross-cutting approach to developing a robust, durable economic growth strategy also lies at the heart of "green growth" and green economy thinking.”
“If we continue to de-emphasize the need to upgrade our internal IT processes, business models, and core/cross-cutting IT services, we will continue to provide a suite of stovepiped and redundant legacy applications, with different user interfaces and inconsistent security access models via a range of Data Centers with different levels of service and reliability.”
“I miss the notion that Heroes could shake up its whole storytelling style every episode, instead of just cross-cutting between zany unconnected subplots and hoping that at least one will get your attention.”
“Our 10 minutes of felling lead to two hours of laborious tidying: cross-cutting the large trunks into 4ft lengths and stacking them in piles which are held off the ground by two perpendicular logs and kept in place by hazel rods, front and back.”
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