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cross′ ref′erence

a reference from one part of a book, index, etc., to related material in another part.


v.t. -ref•er•enced, -ref•er•enc•ing.
1. to provide with cross references.
2. to cross-refer.
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Also included are cross references to Tax Facts on Insurance & Employee Benefits, and the footnotes.
Small black and white photos, cross references within volumes for further follow up reading, and an attention to detail make WOMEN AND WAR a recommended pick.
Finally, Molinari has taken the trouble of providing cross references, especially to topics or issues that continued to preoccupy Tasso throughout the correspondence: for example, the poem's unity and, relatedly, the legitimacy of various episodes; history vs.
The Appendix contains cross references for CAS number to Trade Name Cross Reference; CAS Number to Chemical Cross Reference; EINECS Number to Trade Name Cross Reference; EINECS Number to Chemical Cross Reference.
These cross references include what is called "see" references that resemble the following examples: Chaos (Science)
The comprehensive new release provides significant enhancements that include improved usability, a simplified import manager workflow user interface, the ability to automatically generate cross references between products and further performance improvements to increase the scalability and performance advantage that FullTilt has always had over competitive offerings.
The discussion is followed by a solid primary and secondary bibliography with cross references to related essays and terms elsewhere in the work.
The eCTD solution works with CDC Solutions' Xref manager to provide advanced cross referencing at the author level allowing users to insert, manage, and maintain cross references as documentation changes with continued product development.
For risk and market analysis, Sage provides commercial lines coverage analysis, industry descriptions, classification cross references, coverage checklists, risk surveys, and recommended coverages.
For instance, the Physical Database Design Document, one of the standard document rulesets that ships with the product, incorporates and cross references all aspects of the physical design of a database.
This enabled Craven to develop a system that stores each book as a separate database with cross references linking them, and avoid accumulating a single large database that could grow unwieldy and overtax hardware resources.