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intersecting

in ter sek ting

  • v  meet at a point
  • s  crossed or intersected in the form of an X

  • An elaborate fractal pattern of intersecting stories concerning plane survivors on a not-quite-deserted island, a secretive international organization and a monster made of smoke, .
  • A new HBO documentary, The Journalist and the Jihadi: The Murder of Daniel Pearl, leaves the question unresolved; it focuses on the intersecting lives of Pearl and Sheik, the man .
  • There was the unusual element of the bridge, of course, and the fact that the plane clipped it at a moment of high traffic, one routine thus intersecting another and disrupting .
News & Articles

  • On The Run: Races becoming more and more like social events
    It's no secret that there are more road races taking place than ever before. But the running resurgence is also intersecting with the current boom in independent craft brewing. To set their events apart, local race organizers are teaming with local
    June 11, 2013 - The Salem News
  • Collingwood project closing lanes, side streets
    Water line construction that began Thursday on part of Collingwood Boulevard will close lanes and intersecting streets through July, the city transportation division announced.
    June 7, 2013 - The Toledo Blade
  • Marianne Vitale: ‘Diamond Crossing’
    The Zach Feuer gallery exhibits “Diamond Crossing,” a network of intersecting railroad tracks arranged by Marianne Vitale.
    June 6, 2013 - New York Times
Quotes

  • Dan Buckley in International Herald Tribune
    You don't have that spinner rack of comic books sitting in the local five-and-dime any more,said Dan Buckley, president of Marvel Publishing. "We don't have our product intersecting kids in their lifestyle space as much as we used to."
  • Walden Bello in International Herald Tribune
    These intersecting crises have come together to unravel the project of corporate-driven globalization,said Walden Bello, of the Focus on the Global South. "We don't believe in the G-8. These are not the leaders of the world."
  • Condoleezza Rice in International Herald Tribune
    The quartet was formed specifically to deal with Israeli-Palestinian matters, but Rice said "those issues are now intersecting" with the Israel-Syria track and a new push to deal with the disputed Chebaa Farms area held by Israel but claimed by...

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