He speaks and teaches regularly on the intersection of faith and money.
While receiving his BA Honors in sculpture, his focus shifted to the intersection of art and the environment.
There's a small circle that intersects, but that intersection is fairly small.
He also tied up by the essential illogic at the intersection of Republican policy and messaging.
This is a way to celebrate the intersection of art and technology and focus on finding the ways tech is bringing art to life.
The Cross stands in the centre of the city, at the intersection of the four principal streets.
Stephen reached the point of intersection, stood still and listened.
One day they were travelling together, when they arrived at the intersection of the roads to Sienna, Arezzo, and Florence.
Then bore the holes with a dowelbit at the intersection of the lines, Fig. 263.
The northwest corner of the building and the southeast corner of the intersection, is that right?
"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.
intersection (ĭn'tərsěk'shən)
