And also probably because this fool stopped at a red light in the middle of an intersection.
Something extraordinary is happening at the intersection of religion and LGBT people.
Some of the preeminent innovators at the intersection of art and coding are based at the Aesthetics and Computation Group at MIT.
The RIP offers a clear window into the intersection of poverty and vermin.
While receiving his BA Honors in sculpture, his focus shifted to the intersection of art and the environment.
Stephen reached the point of intersection, stood still and listened.
I parked in the middle of an intersection, but I didn't think they'd mind.
Then bore the holes with a dowelbit at the intersection of the lines, Fig. 263.
Cars were snarled up for blocks on either side of the intersection.
Alan found himself at an intersection, and wondered where he was to begin.
"act or fact of crossing," 1550s, from Middle French intersection (14c.) and directly from Latin intersectionem (nominative intersectio) "a cutting asunder, intersection," noun of action from past participle stem of intersecare "intersect, cut asunder," from inter "between" (see inter) + secare "to cut" (see section). Originally a term in geometry; meaning "crossroads" is from 1864.
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