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CROSS. contracts. A mark made by persons who are unable to write, instead of their names.
     2. When properly attested, and proved to have been made by the party whose name is written with the mark, it is generally admitted as evidence of the party's signature.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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There should also be specifications originated by Document Control regarding formal document and drawing numbering schemas (old and new) and also what values are to be included in cross-reference and lookup/validation tables.
by strength of cross-reference, addressing mandatory, discretionary, and
Some entries are extremely large, many have important cross-references, and often homonyms must be examined for related explanations.
Cross-references in the general rules to the more complex situations and special cases should permit the general user to "stop" at the end of the general rules, without having to read the significantly more complex rules.
Yearbook of international organizations 2013-2014; guide to global civil society networks, 50th ed; 2v: v.1 pts A&B: Organization descriptions and cross-references.
12 June 2013 -- New York-based payroll, human resource, and benefits outsourcing solutions firm Paychex Inc (NASDAQ: PAYX) said it has launched an investment-filtering tool for financial advisors in the US 401(k) retirement plan marketplace that cross-references investments by broker/dealer against the Paychex 401(k) recordkeeping platform.
In order to decrease the confusion around poisonous plants in a global context, Wagstaff defines the known set of toxic vascular plants of the world using accepted botanical names, provides references to primary literature for toxicity information on each plant, and cross-references selected synonyms and common names.
The three cross-references in L & NW's International Buyers Guide cover consumable products, equipment and machinery, and services.
A detailed index also contains cross-references, with those that feature major discussions highlighted in bold type.
The present volume updates and cross-references many of the original entries and adds coverage in such areas as piracy, maritime and naval technology, oceanography, the law of the sea, and environmental concerns.
Updates and consolidates text on the use of imprest funds and third-party drafts; deletes unnecessary cross-references; and relocates to the PGI (Procedures, Guidance, and Information) Web site at <> guidance on the use of unilateral contract modifications and procedures for use of forms for purchases made using simplified acquisition procedures.