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  • noun Alternative spelling of cross-section.


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  • The equation says that lift equals one-half times the crosssection of the ball, times the square of its speed, times the density of air, times … well, times a number.

    Newton In the Batter’s Box

  • Unfortunately, for left handers, it's a right handed knife the unique D crosssection handle fits right handers.

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAL: They will be a crosssection, and when you get the list, you'll have a chance to have a look at that yourself.

    Background Briefing On Haiti

  • The third was to reach out to a broader crosssection of the Russian leadership and the Russian population in order to build a policy that can be sustained over the long-term and not just over the short-term.

    Background Briefing On Us Russian Summit

  • The northward cruise took me through a commercial crosssection: upscale shopping plazas still pretending trickle-down economics was working, shabby storefront businesses that had never believed it in the first place, insta-bilt strip malls without any ideological underpinnings.

    Devil's Waltz

  • In a University of Michigan survey of consumer attitudes taken in September of this year, a crosssection of people were asked their reasons for not buying a new car.

    The Chrysler Syndrome

  • The business people on these missions are a crosssection of Ontario industry and each work on a separate schedule.

    Progress and Stability in Ontario

  • "Here!" called the guide, who had seen but a crosssection of the collision.

    Further Adventures of Lad

  • They were, that is to say, a fairly representative crosssection of hipsters, and these were people who did not easily let themselves get left out.

    Harper's Magazine

  • Wright noted the diversity in SingCinnati which includes men and women, high school and college students, retirees, African -, Asian - and European-Americans, teachers, businesspeople, rven a firefighter-a crosssection of America.

    Newswise: Latest News


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