cross break

cross break

Separation in wood in a direction perpendicular to the normal grain direction.
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Tuqiri, making his first appearance of the tour after recovering from a knee injury, covered well to keep out McCaw - and then finished a brilliant Ryan Cross break to score at the other end.
Tuqiri, making his first appearance of the tour after a knee injury finished a brilliant Ryan Cross break to score.
These outlets were chosen because they had good frozen departments and, in Clacton's case, because it had a cross break in the aisle, meaning the run of freezers was broken--adding extra interest for shoppers.
26: France are turning up the heat on the Scots and Malouda sends an effort whistling just over after Willy Sagnol's cross breaks to him on the edge of the box.
Improved Sheet Metal design -- New features, such as corner stiffeners, cross breaks and hems, combined with continued enhancements to industry-leading workflows, enable users to extend their competitive advantage from product design through manufacturing.
These words sum up the collision that takes place on the heart of man when the full meaning of the cross breaks through.