cross section

[ kraws-sek-shuh n, kros- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cross section

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This tendency is counteracted by designing the cross section with superelevation.

He spends his time in making his life a cross section of the universe.

This view is a cross section of the mound as it was revealed by the workmen.

In cross section, all the used areas are only slightly convex.

Exposed in cross section, they are from one inch to four inches in length.

In cross section it tends to be triangular with rounded corners.

The construction of these joints is shown in the cross section.

In the cross section of the heater, Fig. 2, A represents the 1/4-in.

This route reveals a cross section of the agricultural life of the State.

A cross section of window sill is shown in the detail drawing at e.

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