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  • v. Present participle of intersect.

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  • adj. crossed or intersected in the form of an X

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Examples

  • Politics, technology and relationships all intersect in the culture wherein we live and breathe, so depicting them as intersecting is nothing more than acknowledging reality.

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  • The 12-year-old has said there was another word intersecting with the word "flower," but he does not remember what it was.

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  • When Heroes really started coming together for me was when the individual story lines begin intersecting.

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  • First Rough Sketches and Once I had the idea of intersecting platforms of different sizes and levels, the biggest challenge was creating a 3D model and construction documents-in that order.

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  • Could the diverted planes approaching Newark not use the opposite side of that "intersecting" runway by making a left turn, and landing eastwards?

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  • This spinning makes a mighty wind, a vertical current intersecting the flowing Mississippi down below.

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  • Invoking the circular motion of human souls whirling around the intersecting lines, this space invites and holds the wind of Holy Spirit.

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  • I've loved reading my favourite blogs (see blogroll) and joining in online conversations about topics of intersecting interest.

    Web/Tech

  • As with so many of the crime-fiction stories I enjoy the most, the paralleland then intersecting stories of past and presentprovide depth and lift the book far above "genre".

    Reading

  • [You can draw this on a P-vs-Q diagram, the supply curve slopes from lower left to upper right, the demand curve runs from upper left to lower right, intersecting at the free market equilibrium point ... your constraint is like a constant Q line below the equilibrium quantity.]

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