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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]
References in classic literature ?
His lines of crosscutting holes were growing very short.
DOE Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy Steven Winberg announced this R&D funding at the Annual Project Review Meeting for Crosscutting, Rare Earth Elements, Gasification, and Transformative Power Generation at the National Energy Technology Laboratory.
It illustrates how argument-driven inquiry allows students to use the three dimensions of disciplinary core ideas, crosscutting concepts, and scientific and engineering practices from A Framework for K-12 Science Education to figure out how things work and why things happen, rather than just learning about the facts, concepts, and terms of science.
Guided Reading Practice: Asking Level Q questions and defining problems Crosscutting Concept: Patterns Earth (Space): Disciplinary Core Reading Informational Hidden Hero Idea: ESS1.B: Earth Text: 9.
The UNDP said in a press release that the training session, part of the crosscutting capacity development program (CCCD), seeks to bridge the institutional boundaries and address systemic crosscutting national environmental management issues being implemented through "Mainstreaming Rio Convention Provisions into National Sectoral Policies" project.
This requires a radical change in the priorities that the planning and finance ministries of fast emerging economies now accord to projects where the single most important crosscutting theme is the production and export of high-tech goods.
Watkins will oversee a discretionary grants fund of roughly [section]16 million and lead a program department staff of two dozen people who work across five core grant-making impact areas--education, health and wellness, jobs and economic development, neighborhoods and housing, and arts and culture--and two crosscutting strategy areas, nonprofit effectiveness and grassroots.
Keywords: modularity defects, aspect oriented programming, crosscutting concerns, frequent itemset mining, logical coupling, refactoring.
And since there are more cuts, more throughput will also be required during the crosscutting that follows.
Also suggested for front-loading models is to have the material on a scissor lift positioned at the side away from the right angle fence and oriented for crosscutting first.
It outlines A Framework for K-12 Science Education: Practices, Crosscutting Concepts, and Core Ideas, the basis for the standards; their architecture and language; the contexts needed for translation and the use of the standards in school science programs; and frequently asked questions.
However, complex systems usually have "crosscutting concerns" which, as the term implies, cut across functional modules and components, thereby increasing their interdependencies, which leads to a reduction in their modularity and the generation of scattered and tangled code in the implementation solution.