- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of intersect.
“The road from Sonoyta to Magdalena/Santa Ana, where the road from Nogales intersects, is a fair road, with a good new toll road for the last part from Altar to Magdalena.”
“Maybe NOAM (not 48D: Linguist Chomsky - Mathematician Elkies) will have some insightful observation about SINE WAVE - I just like that his name intersects the rhyming ROAM (53A: Use a cell phone outside one's calling area).”
“What interests me is how discrimination because of gender identity and gender expression intersects with homophobia and misogyny..or not.”
“Given the dynamism of American religion, we should not be surprised that over time the ways in which it intersects with politics change.”
“Partly this has to do with how this notion of virtue ethics intersects with practical reason — with every passing week, especially as I acquire and mostly skim an ever growing pile of books on the roots and solutions to the financial crisis and regulation, I am convinced that there is a lot more work to be done on the philosophy of economics, the philosophy of value and even the philosophy of valuation.”
“In some respects, Mr. Li's news media ideal intersects with the ideal of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party, including some members of the Obama administration.”
“Cracking collection though, it intersects alot with my own, only with less superhero books, and more classic strip collections!”
“As in, "The transverse occipital sulcus intersects the intraparietal sulcus near the level of the parieto-occipital fissure" and "The Sahara is in Afghanistan, I think." ...”
“In deep investigative pieces, analytic features and daily reports, he offered groundbreaking coverage of how a booming industry intersects with indebted students, and national education policy.”
“The police had cordoned off 17th Street where it borders the market and intersects with Lamont Street.”
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