American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A technique used especially in filmmaking in which shots of two or more separate, usually concurrent scenes are interwoven. Also called intercutting.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of crosscut.
“(Such concerns are often termed crosscutting concerns in AOP literature.)”
“Begin sawing as in crosscutting, that is, at the farther corner with the handle end of the saw up, and gradually drop the handle.”
“Ok now let us define crosscutting which is one of important aspects of AOP.”
“That system opened the door regularly to the kind of crosscutting representatives who are increasingly unlikely to win today.] 10.”
“His lines of crosscutting holes were growing very short.”
“Serves as a functional strategy owner of the Crosscutting Strategies for Mission Support (CSMS) Plan that outlines crosscutting management strategies, objectives, and actions needed to support the missions.”
“He keeps the story moving almost cinematically, crosscutting from one personality to another, deftly and revealingly presenting different points of view.”
“The New York University sociologist Dalton Conley has written of a “network nation,” in which applications like Facebook and MySpace create “crosscutting social groups” and new, flexible identities that only vaguely overlap with racial identities.”
“The ruling party and opposition both are avoiding the major issues by using various crosscutting power-politics, and switching day by day the public commitments.”
“Here's why: On a range of crosscutting issues from global hunger to global health, changing global temperatures and weather patterns will inject a new element of chaos into the already-fragile existences of the world's poorest people.”
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