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Synonyms for crosscut

to pass through or over

Synonyms for crosscut

a diagonal path

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a route shorter than the usual one

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cut using a diagonal line

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In order to fill the void, Crosscut is researching the most effective way to convert unique news readers into engaged email subscribers in partnership with the Reynolds Journalism Institute.
Crosscutting first means the cutting envelope will by necessity be larger on the crosscut saw.
Launched in 2008, CrossCut Ventures is led by co-founders Rick Smith, Brian Garrett, and Brett Brewer, who work together in starting, operating, investing in and exiting technology companies.
Crosscut Tunnel TX50-19CM, driven southwards from the exploration ramp along exploration line 19 on level 50m, has intercepted:
Although the eccentricity of squared timber of Group B was larger than that of Group A when the logs were not crosscut, the difference between the two groups was minimal for logs subjected to crosscutting (i.
A table saw equipped with a crosscut sled is more accurate and allows you to crosscut material up to 2 ft.
2]) were prepared out of fir branch wood and two replicates for each type: with crosscut grain and with longitudinal grain.
Further, when you add new modules to a system, the existing aspects crosscut them, helping create a coherent evolution.
Consider, for example, the case of stunningly heterogeneous India, where comparatively low levels of ethnic violence and the resilience of the political system were "facilitated by the very structure of Indian cleavage patterns: Major social cleavages often intersected or crosscut each other.
Brown/LMC Group, and Crossmark's marketing unit, Crosscut.
The Model 183 Alpha CrossLock features a three-inch sculpted spear-point stainless steel main blade and a three-inch crosscut saw blade on one edge and a patented gutting-skinning hook on the other.
It has a 3-inch sculpted spear-point blade and a 3-inch blade that combines a tapered aggressive crosscut saw on one edge and Buck's patented gutting-skinning hook on the other.
Crosscut Drawing, 1972, is a perfect balance between geometry and luminous, aqueous color: Two panels of glass, notched along their sides, are bound by thin black Roebling steel cables that serve as both structural support and linear formal components of the work.
A customer approached me recently with a photograph of his late father pictured with a two-man crosscut saw that his dad had used as a logger during the 1930s.