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- NOUN:
- the act of intersecting
- a point or line common to lines or surfaces that intersect
- a point at which two or more things intersect, especially a road junction
- an act of intersecting
- The act, state, or place of intersecting.
- The point or line in which one line or surface cuts another.
- a point where lines intersect
- a junction where one street or road crosses another
- a point or set of points common to two or more geometric configurations
- the set of elements common to two or more sets
- a representation of common ground between theories or phenomena
- the act of intersecting (as joining by causing your path to intersect your target\'s path) OTHER DEFINITIONS:
- the act or process of intersecting

- They would probably stop for a minute at the intersection of the main and side tracks.
- It had a stately tower at the intersection of the transepts, and six other towers.
- But at the intersection of the Fond du Lac and Ceresco trails I met Brother Sampson, the Presiding Elder.
- It may be, lastly, that it was suggested simply by the intersection of semicircular arches, so frequently found in ornamental arcades.
- The plan of the churches was often in the form of a Greek or Latin cross, with the dome placed over the intersection of the two arms.
- Twenty-four hours before, he had been knocked down by a cab and killed instantly, at the crowded crossing at the intersection of Gower Street and Euston Road.
- A topsy-turvy sign at the intersection announced that Wade Street was ahead.
- At the point of intersection he attached two guy-ropes, making the end of one fast to a cake of beach-ice.
- They may not turn back, however, when they have started on a given trail, until they have run across to the intersection of another line.
- The traveler bore down on him from the west and reined his horse at the intersection of the two roads.
- It will be seen that at the intersection of lines there are nine stopping-places, and a tenth stopping-place is attached to the outer circle like the tail of a Q.
- The point F is determined by the intersection of the two lines, one beginning at A, and the other at E.
- A large red rock rises at the intersection of two washes, about a mile back from the river, and on a bench near the summit are the remains of walls.
- Much variety of character and appearance was given to the fabric by varying the order of the strands in intersection.
- He presently came to the intersection of fashionable Fifth Avenue and Forty-second Street, and was halted by the flood of traffic.
- The ceiling above the nave is divided into square compartments, by bold ornamented beams, with bosses at the intersection, which are painted in imitation of oak.
- Then to have recovered the point of intersection would have meant dismounting.
- The fourth axis we will assume to pass vertically through the point of intersection of the three lines, so that we see it only in cross-section, that is, as a point.
- This will be determined by the intersection of the ruled lines, which are numbered for convenience in working.
- The number of ancient horse-cabs gradually increased until, after the intersection of the Allee de la Reine Marguerite, they thronged the vast road.
- A large wooden crucifix, much the worse for long exposure to the weather, had been erected upon a grassy mound at the intersection of the two highways.
- From here following the parallel of north latitude 4 degrees 45 minutes to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 119 degrees 35 minutes east from Greenwich.
- Croix, and thence along the true meridian line to its intersection with the river St.
- Croix at Houlton, and again at its intersection with the river St.
- The intersection of those two momentous lives forms one of the most curious and one of the most celebrated incidents in history.
- The broad thoroughfare was deserted, yet at the intersection of Eighteenth Street he came upon a most singular sight.
- The intersection, P, of the circumference with the straight line, N, therefore gives the position of the bead.
- We have traced upon a diagram the distance of the points of attachment of the thread, at the intersection of the planes of projection.
- The Romans had worked their way down into a square formed by the intersection of streets.
- It was a place of considerable strategic importance, inasmuch as it lay on a high ridge at the point of intersection of the roads from Tiberias, Scythopolis, Damascus, and Gerasa.
- The intersection of the bar with the left leg is near the old stone chateau of Hougomont.
- Around these poles we laid lighter sticks, or bands, tying them at the points of intersection.

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