- Rects arise from the
**intersection**of moments. - The line of
**intersection**in vaulted roofs. - The point of
**intersection**locates the center. - The groined ceiling has carved bosses at the
**intersection**of its ribs. - It stands by itself, at the
**intersection**of the two streets, fronting south. - Willie reached the
**intersection**at almost the same time as the grocer's boy.

- There was an
**intersection**in the road just down from the cabin with a telephone pole. - Before he had reached the point of
**intersection**he heard voices from the thicket. - No further subdivision of the common
**intersection**is possible by means of moments. - Its centre is occupied by a public square at the
**intersection**of the main roads. - Thus there is in general a common
**intersection**of four moments of different families. - Each bush was sending a phenomenally long shadow from its
**intersection**with the ground. - The
**intersection**of the bar with the left leg is near the old stone chateau of Hougomont. - The locus of
**intersection**of two moments is the assemblage of abstractive elements covered by both of them. - Quickly he shifted gears and rolled through the
**intersection**an instant before the light turned red again. - It shall follow in principle that water-parting up to its
**intersection**with the 11th parallel of north latitude. - It is a cruciform building, with a hexagonal tower and a conical terminal at the
**intersection**of the cross. - Peter lowered his eyes to the square formed by the
**intersection**of a number of alleys some distance beyond the caravansary. - The
**intersection**of a moment and an event will evidently consist of those event-particles which are covered by the moment and lie in the event. - It is just at these points of
**intersection**of the two volcanic rings that we expect unusual volcanic activity, and it is there that we find it. - The
**intersection**of the two circular arches produces an ellipse with a very flat crown, and very liable to fail. - There are twenty-two parks and parkways, not counting numerous parklets formed by the
**intersection**of streets. - They were at an
**intersection**of streets, where a few shops yet shone and surface-cars went by like blazing ships. - In character it is a simple pointed vaulting, and the ribs at their many points of
**intersection**are lavishly decorated with bosses. - Seeking the
**intersection**of the two paths, the girl stole noiselessly down the cindered trail sloping toward the beach. - The axiom asserts that the rect joining the two event-particles of
**intersection**of the diagonals is parallel to the rect on which the bases lie. - Its two towers are 408 feet in height; a very elaborate belfry rises from the roof at the point of
**intersection**of the transept. - At the point of
**intersection**he attached two guy-ropes, making the end of one fast to a cake of beach-ice. - The side-aisles are groined in imitation of stone, having bosses at the
**intersection**of the ribs, with corbels for the ribs to rise from. - Thus are formed in this chart four specimens of the Swastika, with the cross and circle at the
**intersection**of the arms. - This common
**intersection**is an assemblage of abstractive elements which are each covered (or 'lie in') all four moments. - The town was built on the slope of several hills and at the
**intersection**of the valleys, which met among clumps of tall, leafy trees. - At the
**intersection**of the road with the mesa trail, we stopped for a few moments to look over the battle-field of Guasimas. - We owe to it, however, four pillars of great beauty and strength, necessarily placed at the points of the
**intersection**of the transepts. - Those points, being in two planes at the same time, must therefore be in the
**intersection**of those planes, that is to say, in a straight line. - Just then no less than four cross-town electric cars loomed into sight, and completely blocked the avenue at its
**intersection**with 42nd Street. - It is not necessary to measure the centering points (F) at certain specified distances from the
**intersection**of the horizontal and vertical lines. - The stranger left Roland standing at the
**intersection**of two streets, one of which led to the Saalhof. - Then move the dividers over to the
**intersection**of the arc (C) on the line, and make the next mark, and so on. - The centre of the trephine hole should be at the
**intersection**of the median line and a line joining the posterior canthi (Fig. 188).

Definition of Intersection

The junction of two (or more) paths, streets, highways, or other thoroughfares. | (geometry) The point or set of points common to two geometrical objects (such as the point where two lines meet or the line where two planes intersect). | (set theory) The set containing all the elements that are common to two or more sets.

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