An arrangement of sediment strata deposited at an angle to the main stratification. The most common type of cross-stratification is produced by the migration of sand dunes or ripples. ◇ Cross-stratification in which the individual strata are greater than 1 cm (0.39 inch) in thickness is called cross-bedding. ◇ Cross-stratification in which the individual strata are less than 1 cm (0.39 inch) in thickness is called cross-lamination.
noun 1. a street crossing another street. 2. a short street connecting main streets.
[kraws-string, kros-] /ˈkrɔsˈstrɪŋ, ˈkrɒs-/ verb (used with object), cross-strung; cross-strung or (Rare) cross-stringed; cross-stringing. 1. .
noun, Typography. 1. the horizontal line through the vertical of a t or f.
Simple language for statistical analysis of tabular data. “User’s Manual for the CROSSTABS System”, Cambridge Computer Assoc (Feb 1977).