For consistency, the archive data should not share lookup or cross-reference
table with the live system because over time, the data content for cross-references
will diverge and become incompatible.
and present the varying strengths with which a cross-reference
The existing cross-reference
links in the OED are important but limited in their scope.
To help employers comply with RTI, Unified Software has introduced a new web based service which generates the new "hash" cross-references
quickly and easily.
Indeed, Donaldson's cross-references
are both a distraction and a delight.
A convenient strategy for client follow-up meetings is to cross-reference
clients within a set geographic area.
The book is divided into four sections, Part One is the trade name reference, Part Two is the Chemical Dictionary Cross-Reference
, Part Three is the Functional Cross-Reference
and Part Four is the Manufacturers Directory.
Although the actual definition may not occur in the list, the list should contain a cross-reference
to the location of each relevant definition.
Entries are in tabular format, with brief notes on chemical composition and cross-reference
With the ability to gather and cross-reference
immense amounts of data, scientists and historians can now track outcomes back to causes and intervening circumstances.
Architecture has provided a principal frame of reference for Simon Starling's elusive investigations, in which live actions, documentary evidence, and actual objects create intricate constellations of cross-reference
. But for this show in the capital of the classical tradition (think Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven), the peripatetic Scottish artist will produce a new work, Inverted Retrograde Theme, based on Second Viennese School founder Arnold Schonberg's system of twelve-tone composition.
482 regulations, the revised cross-reference
should be to Regs.