The Tony Award nominees, announced Tuesday, are a cross-section of Most Talented and Most Popular.
“I just want the work to reach as large a cross-section of people as possible,” Montgomery said.
The Supreme Court is not supposed to comprise a cross-section of the American public, or of the American legal profession.
The show presents a cross-section of works that blur the line between the humorous and absurd.
Glass rods were piled together to form a pattern in cross-section.
Figure 131 is a cross-section of the tunnel showing the lining.
The floor is of native hard-wood blocks, each an inch in cross-section.
A' is the edge view, B' is the side view and C' is a cross-section.
What is the relation, then, between the size (area of cross-section) of a wire and its resistance?
When you turn the slice over, you see that every piece is a cross-section.
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In particle physics, an expression of the probability of the occurrence of an event, typically the scattering of subatomic particles, over a given area.