crossing

  1. a shallow area in a stream that can be forded
  2. a point where two lines (paths or arcs etc.) intersect
  3. the act of mixing different breeds of animals
  4. meet at a point
  5. hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of
  6. to cover a wide area
  7. meet and pass
  8. breed animals or plants using parents of different races and varieties
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Crossing

One rail crossing another on the same level.
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crossing

[n] - a point where two lines (paths or arcs etc.) intersect 2. [n] - a path (often marked) where a street or railroad can be crossed 3. [n] - a voyage across a body of water (usually across the Atlantic Ocean) 4. [n] - traveling across
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Crossing

• (v. t.) Intersection, as of two paths or roads. • (v. t.) The act of making the sign of the cross. • (v. t.) Contradiction; thwarting; obstruction. • (v. t.) The act by which anything is crossed; as, the crossing of the ocean. • (v. t.) The act of interbreeding; a mixing of breeds. • (v. t.) A place where anything (a...
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crossing

crosswalk noun a path (often marked) where something (as a street or railroad) can be crossed to get from one side to the other
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Crossing

[architecture] A crossing, in ecclesiastical architecture, is the junction of the four arms of a cruciform (cross-shaped) church. In a typically oriented church (especially of Romanesque and Gothic styles), the crossing gives access to the nave on the west, the transept arms on the north and south, and the choir on the east. The crossing is...
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Crossing

[physics] The formal way to state this property is that the antiparticle scattering amplitudes are the analytic continuation of particle scattering amplitudes to negative energies. The interpretation of this statement is that the antiparticle is in every way a particle going backwards in time. In fermionic case, one can apply the same argum...
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Crossing

Cross'ing noun [ See Cross , transitive verb ] 1. The act by which anything is crossed; as, the crossing of the ocean. 2. The act of making the sign of the cross. Bp. Hall. 3. The act of interbreeding; a mixing of breeds. 4.
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crossing

A crossing is the result of breeding two Vitis vinifera plants. This is distinct from a hybrid which involves using American vines.
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crossing

Area of a church where the at nave, choir, and transept intersect.
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Crossing

Breeding horses of different pedigrees
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Crossing

Crossing is a decorating term referring to the distribution of paint evenly to a surface. In crossing, the paint is brushed on and then the brush taken across the work at a right angle to the direction of the previous stroke. With each stroke the pressure on the brush is reduced so as to eliminate brush marks.
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Crossing

In a cruciform church, the area where the four arms of the cross meet. In many cruciform churches there is a tower over the crossing Related Words: Cruciform
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crossing

In architecture, the space formed in a cruciform church by the intersection of the east-west arm (nave and choir) with the north-south arm (transepts). In medieval churches it was often crowned...
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crossing

Name for a generative, that is sexual reproduction with the parenting of at least two different grape varieties, as for example in the new breed of grape varieties is the case. The one species acts as a mother plant, where the berries ripen with the fertilized seeds, the other variety provides as a parent the pollen for pollination of the scars and...
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Crossing

Part of a church where the transepts cross the nave.
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Crossing

Space where the transept intersects with the nave along the main axis of the church (fig.1).
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Crossing

The area in the centre of a cruciform church, where the east-west and north-south arms cross.
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Crossing

The area in the centre of a cruciform church, where the east-west and north-south arms cross.
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Crossing

The area of intersection in a Cruciform church, formed by joining the Nave, Transept & Chancel.
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Crossing

the area where the central part of the church (the nave) and the crosswise part of the church (the transept) meet, generally in front of the chancel. Where a church has a tower (as our church does) this often stands above the crossing.
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Crossing

the area where the choir, nave, and transepts meet.
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Crossing

The central space at the junction of the nave, chancel and transepts of a cruciform church.
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Crossing

the intersection of a church nave and the transepts.
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crossing

the passage of a telecommunication line from one side of the electrical line to the other
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