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

Synonyms for cross-sections

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These he jotted down in his notebook, together with cross-sections of width.

The microphotographs are of cross-sections and are enlarged 37½ diameters.

These planes are the cross-sections and the axial planes of the bar.

The effect of them is a change of shape of the cross-sections in their own planes.

"They are all cross-sections of life, which is extreme," replied Jarvis.

Cardboard templates will also be found useful in getting the cross-sections correct.

The relation between the cross-sections under the old and new plans at that point is shown by Fig. 3.

The general form of the flat file is shown in Fig. 2213, while the cross-sections of various quadrangular files are shown in Figs.

Things are only the terminal points, or rather the meeting points of actions, cross-sections cut through actions, snap-shots.

By holding a leaflet between two pieces of pith, and using a very sharp razor, cross-sections can be made.