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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 Mechanics' Handbook (1904)
A Convenient Reference Book for All Persons Interested in Mechanical Engineering, Steam Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Railroad Engineering, Hydraulic Engineering, Bridge Engineering, Etc
A crossover is a track by means of which a train passes from one track to another. The tracks united are usually parallel, as are the tracks of a double-track road. Such a crossover is shown in Kg. 11. The tracks a b and c d are IS ft. apart from ...
by Peter Hunt
By contrast, George Lucas's Star Wars stimulated a crossover appetite for altogether ...
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 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 ...
An Encyclopedia of Movies, Stars, Concepts, and Trends by Scott L. Baugh
A crossover film may also combine these two tendencies—the marketing and the narrative aspects. Since the late 1980s and early 1990s, perhaps along with shifts toward GLOBALIZATION, perhaps as a lasting result of the marketing trends ...
by J. L. Atwood, Jonathan W. Steed
3a, two turns are united by an anchor to create another basic element of templates, a crossover. Crossovers template the formation of catenaries ( interlocking rings) and rotaxanes (axles threaded through rings, with the ends of the axles ...
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