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cross·cut·ting

 (krôs′kŭt′ĭng, krŏs′-)
n.
A technique in film editing in which shots of two or more separate, usually concurrent scenes are interwoven.

cross•cut•ting

(ˈkrɔsˌkʌt ɪŋ, ˈkrɒs-)

n.
the technique of intercutting a film or television scene with portions of another scene, esp. to show simultaneous action.
[1935–40]
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His lines of crosscutting holes were growing very short.
However, USDA cannot demonstrate the effectiveness of its support for beginning farmers, because it has not developed a crosscutting, departmental strategic goal for its beginning farmer efforts and has only recently begun to analyze the characteristics of this group.
For example, a typical enterprise application comprises crosscutting concerns such as authentication, logging, resource pooling, administration, performance, and storage management.
2) Both collections contain more than a dozen essays propounding a range of opinions; one common theme is a bias for accommodationist policies over the promotion of crosscutting allegiances.
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Aspect-Oriented Domain Modeling (AODM) combines AOSD and MIC by weaving crosscutting constraints into domain models to enable separation of concerns and improved changeability in domain modeling.
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New from Sonobond Ultrasonics is the "SeamMaster" ultrasonic module to allow OEM's to integrate seaming, slitting, crosscutting and trimming capabilities into special-purpose ultrasonic bonding machines for the textile industry.
And did so in under twenty minutes, crosscutting between skewed voices, noises, electronics, a dozen jostling styles of music.
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