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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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Of the incidents, 16 were not cross-referenced with any previous ones, and many of the remainder were only cross-referenced to one other incident rather than to a range of them.
Entries are often cross-referenced and a comprehensive index also includes cross-referencing so readers are encouraged to flick, turn pages and immerse themselves in Henry's world.
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At times, content related to a cross-referenced illustration is difficult to locate either because the caption is not the same as the term being illustrated or the illustration number is not easily located within the text contents.
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