Definition of Cross-division
1. Noun. Classification according to more than one attribute at the same time. "The cross-classification of cases was done by age and sex"
Generic synonyms: Categorisation, Categorization, Classification, Sorting
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Literary usage of Cross-division
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of Federal Government in Greece and Italy by Edward Augustus Freeman, John Bagnell Bury (1893)
"A cross division needed. the Government of the Federation and the Government of the State have a co - ordinate authority, each equally claiming allegiance ..."
2. History of Federal Government from the Foundation of the Achaian League to by Edward Augustus Freeman (1863)
"... between Federalism and other forms, will be in fact a cross division to the common classification into Monarchies, Aristocracies, and Democracies. ..."
3. A Handbook of English Composition by James Morgan Hart (1895)
"Cross-Division.—In matters of human invention and in purely spiritual matters ... This overlapping of division-lines is technically called Cross-Division. ..."
4. Regeneration by Thomas Hunt Morgan (1901)
"Hydra appears rarely, if at all, to divide by a cross-division, and, although one or two cases of longitudinal division have been described, ..."
5. An Introduction to Logic by Horace William Brindley Joseph (1906)
"A cross-division is worse than useless; for instead of assisting to an orderly ... It is plain that in a cross-division, the constituent species will not ..."
6. The Problem of Logic by William Ralph Boyce Gibson, Augusta Klein (1908)
"It is directed against the errors which result in overlapping, whether of the cross-division kind or not. The , species or alternatives into which a genus ..."
7. Elements of logic by Richard Whately (1870)
"... that " Propositions" are divided in different ways, "according to" this and that, <fec. And thus the perplexity of cross-division is avoided. ..."