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"A Crossover" is a 2011 short drama and family film written and directed by Thouraya Hamda and co-directed by Mohammad Hushki.
- country: Jordan
- language: Arabic Language
- directors: Mohammad Hushki & Thouraya Hamda
- written by Thouraya Hamda
- starring: Nadia Odeh as Mother
- cinematography by Samer Nimri
- edited by Ayham Abu Hamad
- genres: Family, Drama
- released in (4 years ago)
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Audio Production Worktext (2013)
Concepts, Techniques, and Equipment by Sam Sauls, Craig Stark
A crossover is a network of filters (mainly capacitors and inductors) between the input to the speaker and the individual speaker drivers. In a two-way system for example, an inductor would pass all audio below a certain frequency to the woofer ...
To Measure the Sky (2010)
An Introduction to Observational Astronomy by Frederick R. Chromey
The result is called a crossover degeneracy, and energies in the crossover region are forbidden by quantum mechanics. The permitted states in the quantum mechanical view are certain linear combinations of s and p states, not the separate s ...
by M. Yadav
A crossover is a precise breakage-and-reunion event occurring between two nonsister chromatids. Studies performed on abnormal lines of organisms that undergo crossing-over very inefficiendy, or not at all, show severe disruption of the ...
The Cornell Civil Engineer (1898)
A crossover is a short piece of track connecting two parallel tracks and consists of two turnouts and a short piece of track between the frogs of the same. The ordinary rule for determining the length of track be- 54 Association of ...
by George Wellington Pickels, Carroll Carson Wiley
A crossover is a connection at an intermediate point between two parallel adjacent tracks (see Fig. 45). 115. Switches. Switches are of three types, viz., Split Switches, Tongue Switches, and Stub Switches. The Split Switch, Fig. 43a, is the form ...
by Lennart W. Haajanen
A Crossover is built on the platform of the OEM's (q.v.) normal two- or four-door Sedan. It is a good choice and more acceptable for those who find the regular Sedan uninspiring, an SUV (q.v.) too large and fuel consuming and a Sports Car ...
by Frank Hoffmann
A crossover may also be active, and work with the linelevel outputs of a preamplifier, with the outputs then being fed to multiple amplifiers that power the speakerdriversdirectly. Activecrossovers are also commonly used tofeedextremely ...
by Norman Hyne Ph.D.
A crossover sub is used to change the outer diameter of drillpipe on a drillstring and is 90–96 in. (229–244 cm) long. It can be used to connect the quill below a top drive to casing when casing drilling. crossover tool a tool run between a liner or ...
by Philip A. Laplante
crossover point a crossover point of a fuzzy set A is the point in the universe of discourse whose membership in A is ...
Fourth Edition by Bethel Ann Powers, Thomas R. Knapp
A crossover design, sometimes called a counterbalanced design, is a type of experimental design in which every subject is exposed to every treatment in a balanced fashion. If there are just two treatments, at Time 1 half of the subjects receive ...
by Peter Hunt
By contrast, George Lucas's Star Wars stimulated a crossover appetite for altogether ...
Encyclopedia of Optimization (2001)
a crossover specific to the TSP, called MPX (maximum preservative crossover). It consists in copying a segment of a certain length from a first parent into the offspring and adding cities consecutively from the second parent according to some ...
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