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intersection

 [in″ter-sek´shun]
a site at which one structure crosses another.

in·ter·sec·tion

(in'tĕr-sek'shŭn), [TA]
The site of crossing of two structures.
Synonym(s): intersectio [TA]

intersection

/in·ter·sec·tion/ (-sek´shun) a site at which one structure crosses another.

in·ter·sec·tion

(in'tĕr-sek'shŭn) [TA]
The site of crossing of two structures.
Synonym(s): intersectio.

intersection

a site at which one structure crosses another.

intersection tendinous
irregular transverse septa divide the rectus abdominis muscle into a number of segments.
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During the winter 2002 program, two additional geophysical targets were drill tested on the Kikerk Lake property without intersecting kimberlite.
The hole encountered Quaternary lavas and sediments and a major fault zone before intersecting the Quaternary unconformity at 128 metres downhole.
a leading maker of software for mechanical engineers, today announced the release of PV/Designer, which makes it easy to generate common intersecting piping or cylindrical structures.
7: was terminated after intersecting underground mine workings on three levels, between 31.
DDH MB-99-111, a 1516 metre long hole, unexpectedly steepened and veered eastward intersecting the key horizon 175 m below the target and beneath the plunge of the deposit.
The hole was stopped at 662 feet after intersecting more strongly altered, pyritic rocks in the footwall of the St.