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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.
From the decision on whether to create a plate/shell or solid model down to picking the dimensions and orientation of intersecting pipes, the model envisioned is created simply with the engineer's input.
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.
Continued success in intersecting mineralization at Okak Bay should provide valuable information in assessing the potential of this prospective area.
28-61 down to 322 metres and was stopped after intersecting 102 metres of granite.
A vertical drill on the adjacent anomaly penetrated 74 metres (242 feet) of glacial sediments before intersecting similar kimberlite of crater facies.
A vertical drill hole on the adjacent anomaly 5B penetrated 74 metres (242 feet) of glacial sediments before intersecting similar kimberlite of crater facies.