cross-cutting


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cross-cutting

adj
linking traditionally separate or independent parties or interests: a multi-agency, cross-cutting approach on drugs.
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He was cross-cutting the hillside, line by line, as he ascended.
" s plain as the nose on your face," he said, as he abandoned his laborious cross-cutting and climbed to the indicated apex.
This book uses empirical analysis to explore challenges related to the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 11, which recognizes the need to "make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable." It considers implementation challenges like localizing actions, cross-cutting, preparing data and indicators, establishing processes and structures to measure progress, and communicating the goal to a wider audience.
From emergency response and transportation to citizen services and smart living, one of the critical needs cities have today is a reliable communications network infrastructure to enable the integrated, cross-cutting technologies that comprise a smart city.
One area where many of the epidemiologists said they felt unqualified was dealing with cross-cutting issues that are not necessarily specific to epidemiology, such as engaging with other health department staff to collaborate on projects or communicating persuasively.
The knife geometry positions inclined rotor knives and stator knives at the same, but opposing angles, providing a true double cross-cutting action.
It also allows the Philippines to benefit from the UN agency's advisory services and capacity building activities on cross-cutting IP and development issues.
The TigerSaw 1000 from TigerStop, Vancouver, Wash., is an automated, integrated cross-cutting solution for aluminum and other nonferrous metals.
"While waiting for the support measures that the Board of Investments (BOI) is preparing for the auto manufacturing industry, we would like to partner with them and other Government Agencies in pursuit of the cross-cutting "horizontal" measures that we have recommended in the Roadmap that we submitted to them," said Mr.
Available in eight design variants, the end-grain wood is obtained by cross-cutting the tree trunk rather than cutting it lengthwise.
It covers general principles of international environmental law, together with empirical chapters and case studies, as well as cross-cutting and emerging topics such as the regulation of nuclear energy, REDD (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation), constitutionally embedded environmental rights, climate refugees, and space law.