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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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Four kinds of crosscutting patterns labeled as CCP-0, CCP-1, CCP-2, and CCP-3 were applied to 11 randomly selected logs from each of the two log groups.
Since crosscutting concerns, by definition, spread over many modules, related implementations also spread over all those modules.
Brown himself actually acknowledges the importance of crosscutting cleavages, but only insofar as they mitigate the predicament presented by a bipolar ethnolinguistic setting.
There has been continuing progress in implementing the five crosscutting PMA initiatives to improve the management and performance of the federal government.
The magnetic responses show several groups of crosscutting fault systems linking the two branches of the Break.
How much defect removal should the crosscutting saw perform?
Loverude brings to ATS Public Safety expert, first-hand experience in the crosscutting issues affecting federal, state, and local criminal justice information management.
The HKL 11 offers 4,300mm ripping capability; 2,200mm crosscutting capability; the Holzma micro-feed think panel in-feed system; and a user-friendly Cadmatic 3.
Geo, a consulting geologist and the company's QP stated, "The Cayenne Property offers Vencan the short term opportunity to: drill test known gold-bearing vein mineralization crosscutting the iron formation; rapidly examine other targets along the strike of the iron formation in areas with anomalous gold in soil geochemistry; drill test known IP targets, as well as examine outcrops in zones of chloritized-hematized veining in fragmental volcanics.
THERE ARE SEVERAL GOOD reasons why the question "Should we be crosscutting or ripping first in our rough mill?
Crosscutting mesothermal quartz veins offer little in way of potential ores by virtue of their limited size and discontinuous mineralization, but clusters of such veins may be approached for a high-grade scenario.
At least two dykes with accompanying scour pools were interpreted within the property crosscutting the main axis of the paleochannel.
For example, consider: changing from a crosscut-first to a rip-first processing system; changing from manual crosscut or chop saws to automated saws; increasing the number of lengths cut on your crosscut or chop saws; changing the way you set up your arbor with a fixed arbor gang-rip saw; adding scanning and optimization capabilities to your gang-rip saw; decreasing the moulder allowance; cutting more than one part grade simultaneously; reducing the number of extra parts or overage percent cut for an order; crosscutting crooked boards before they go through the gang-rip saw; orienting lumber so that the better ends always enter the chop saws first; and sorting lumber by width, length, or grade then matching the lumber input with the cutting bill.
The JQW, JQS and Pointu Kreek prospect areas host shear-vein gold mineralization along northeast-trending structures crosscutting the basaltic andesite volcanic rocks.
AspectJ provides a Java language extension and toolset that allows developers to better deal with problems that occur in large software systems by separating out and centralizing solutions for crosscutting issues.