- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cross-reference.
“This library holds all the ropes, and they are cross-referenced at every intersection.”
“They envision, in the distant future, a fully searchable, cross-referenced map of historical information -- an online time machine.”
“So I sought advice, studied websites, cross-referenced lists.”
“But CAP followed the money, went behind the innocent-sounding foundation names, and cross-referenced them.”
“We are requesting that they are contacted by the Strathclyde Police and that their details are cross-referenced with the phone-hacking inquiry now taking place in London.”
“Perhaps that's what the cross-referenced names are for on yours.”
“Jesse Jackson, Jr. is a wounded soul on a couple of fronts - his name being cross-referenced inside the Rod Blagojevich trial and will be in the retrial.”
“Couldn't this be resolved with a simple measurement of the average frequency of radiation emitted by cell phones, cross-referenced with our existing knowledge base regarding the effects of varying EM wavelengths on human tissues?”
“We cross-referenced the NSDUH numbers based on whether someone had ever tried marijuana.”
“This program sends fingerprints of suspects booked by police to be cross-referenced with a federal database of unauthorized immigrants.”
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