verb (used with or without object), cross-ref·er·enced, cross-ref·er·enc·ing.
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If the cross-reference falls outside the class, the class number should be noted in addition to the subclass number.The Classification of Patents|United States Patent Office
When the numerical system is used, a card index furnishes the cross-reference.
There is a comprehensive introduction, and a complete system of cross-reference.A Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges|George M. Lane
A cross-reference should be made from any other name by which the author may be known, to that used as the heading.
Watt gives double insinuation, for his cross-reference sends us to Goodwin.A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume I (of II)|Augustus De Morgan