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cross′ ref′erence


n.
a reference from one part of a book, index, etc., to related material in another part.
[1825–35]

cross′-ref′erence



v.t. -ref•er•enced, -ref•er•enc•ing.
1. to provide with cross references.
2. to cross-refer.
[1900–05]
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At the end of the alphaPetical list, a cross reference section Is organized Py technology.
Advertisers in this issue appear in BOLD FACE type within the main company listing and throughout the cross reference sections.
"We won't have to record and cross reference individual numbers, and lambs entering the food chain under 12 months of age will be able to move on a single tag."
* Section III includes producers of nonwoven Components, At the end of the alphabetical list, a cross reference section is organized by technology.
Advertisers in this issue appear in BOLD FACE type within the main, company listing and throughout the cross reference sections.
Suppliers of ingredients, packaging, machinery and equipment are also included in a detailed cross reference section (page 98).
See page 32 for an alphabetical index of corresponding page numbers for all four cross reference sections.
In addition, this year some companies took advantage of our enhanced listings opportunity, so those companies appear in green throughout the cross reference sections.
A cross reference section detailing the products offered by the companies follows the listings.
* K-Tron was inadvertently left out of the feeders cross reference category in the machinery and equipment section.
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