check cross

check cross

[′chek ‚krȯs]
(genetics)
The crossing of an unknown genotype with a phenotypically similar individual of known genotype.
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To reach her classroom, the small girl crosses some lofty mountains, streams, treacherous dirt tracks meandering through dense forests and a gate in huge concertina wires-the fence, technically called Anti Infiltration Obstacle System (AIOS)-- that was constructed by Army following ceasefire at the Line of Control (LoC) in 2003 to check cross border illegal activities.
The Prime Minister said Pakistan has been consistently calling for installation of Biometric System and increase in the number of posts to check cross border movement of undesirable elements from either side.
He emphasized the need for developing a fool proof mechanism to check cross border smuggling with inputs from all stakeholders.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan and Afghanistan, Monday, agreed to activate Joint Commission on Border Management to check cross border illegal movement.
QUETTA -- President Anjuman-e-Tajran Quetta Naseer Tareen has underlined the need for taking effective measures to check cross border smuggling of cattle in order to check hike in the prices of sacrificial animal in the provincial capital.
He also informed that government of Afghanistan had been informed to check cross border infiltrations.
While recognizing the need to check cross border crimes, both Prime Ministers agreed that the respective border guarding forces exercise restraint and underscored the importance of regular meetings between the border guarding forces to curtail illegal cross border activities and prevent loss of lives.
The village is now surrounded by a fence (technically called the Anti -Infiltration Obstacle System) with high security check at the gates that connect the village to rest of the state and country at large, constructed to check cross border illegal activities after the Kargil War.