Definitions for "crossing"
Intersection, as of two paths or roads.
in church architecture, the main intersection of aisles at the front of the church; if viewed from above, these aisles form a large cross. Sometimes the altar is located at the crossing. In a service, crossing refers to a hand gesture of making a cross pattern on one's body; also a gesture made by a priest or bishop over a congregation or upon a person at death or baptism.
the intersection point of a road and a railroad; sometimes a reference to a crossing point on a river or stream: as in Georgia Crossing Road.
Keywords:  breeding, hybrid, vitis, vinifera, bred
pollinating one plant with another, usually in a controlled environment, to obtain a new hybrid
A crossing is the result of breeding two Vitis vinifera plants. This is distinct from a hybrid which involves using American vines.
(genetics) the act of mixing different species or varieties of animals or plants and thus to produce hybrids
A place where anything (as a stream) is crossed; a paved walk across a street, or a set of marks across the street pavement indicating that this is a designated location for pedestrians to cross.
Contradiction; thwarting; obstruction.
In banking, ‘crossing' a cheque with two perpendicular lines across the face of the cheque means that it must be paid into a bank account.
Keywords:  spence, deftly, buble, ewanuick, scotty
a short film about Scotty, a young man who deftly jumps in front of moving cars, ostensibly to get money from the shocked and apologetic drivers
Crossing is a soon to be released, Canadian independent feature film starring Sebastian Spence, Crystal Buble, Bif Naked and Fred Ewanuick.
The process of becoming an initiated member in African American and Asian American fraternities and sororities.
Ceremony during which new members of multicultural Greek organizations become active, life-long members of their organization.
a shallow area in a stream that can be forded
a junction where one street or road crosses another
a path (often marked) where something (as a street or railroad) can be crossed to get from one side to the other
Structure, including bridges causeways, and culverts, designed to allow the crossing of a drainage feature.
Crossing transactions are deals undertaken with other investors, usually at mid-market prices, away from the normal market. Crossing is particularly cost effective as transactions are often dealt at nil or minimal rates of commission, and indirect costs such as spread and market impact are eliminated.
A transaction that takes place when clients who want to sell are matched with clients who want to buy. Crossing can minimise costs.
Keywords:  likewise, frogs, track, fence, wider
A special piece of track that permits two tracks to cross one another but does not allow trains to move from one track to the other.
A horse which begins from one of the positions out wider on the track, which moves down to the inside fence, is referred to as crossing to the fence. Likewise, if such a horse has the speed to beat all other horses to the leading position of a race, this is known as crossing to the lead.
A structure used where one track crosses another at grade, and consisting of four connected frogs.
The buying and selling of futures contracts simultaneously in the same contract month for the same commodity broker may do this where he has orders both to buy and to sell; strict exchange rules apply to the practice.
The purchase and sale of futures contracts simultaneously in the same contract month for the same commodity. The practice is strictly regulated.
Keywords:  wonderful, work
a wonderful work
or Interlocking Fire - fire that converged on the same target from two different points.  When laying out a line of defense, engineers sought to generate interlocking fire whenever possible.  See Column of Fire.
a definition of one or more classification variables that exist in the data from which the MDDB is created
Keywords:  eyemate, corner, stop, comes, one
a "corner", so the Eyemate would stop when it comes to one
A term used to describe the situation in which a firm has both the buy side and the sell side of an order. Rules exist on derivative exchanges governing the crossing of trades. See also Matching and Trading.
a trade between two stockbroking companies or a trade between the same stockbroking company for a specified quantity of securities at a specified price
a transaction in which one trading member handles both sides of the trade
Keywords:  beware, you're, pattern, wave, self
Moving the wave in the direction of the cut to vary the pattern.
Beware! A crossing self will change hands, for eg. from RH to LH. In normal passing patterns, a crossing pass will go from your RH to your partner's RH, or LH to LH.(unless you're doing a front-to-back pattern).
Keywords:  deeper, bend, seeking, stretch, faster
a stretch of river in which the channel (the deeper, faster water) crosses from one bank to the other, seeking the outside of the next bend
Keywords:  dent, ensure, degree, reading, complete
Reading a dent from two, 90 degree directions to ensure complete removal
Keywords:  blades, opponent, one
When one crosses blades with the opponent.
Keywords:  passage, blue, death, physical, air
Passage into the Blue Air; generally occurs upon physical death.