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Crossover

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Colorado Crossover also called Crossover

were a professional basketball team in the International Basketball LeagueSource: Wikipedia

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a dog sport in which a handler directs a dog through an obstacle course in a race for both time and accuracySource: Wikipedia

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Business Never Personal also called Crossover

the fourth studio album by hip hop duo EPMD, released July 28, 1992 on Def Jam RecordsSource: Wikipedia

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Crossover

Hitomi Shimatani's first special concept album, featuring "crossover versions" of popular tracks from her 4th album 追憶+LOVE LETTER, as well as new songsSource: Wikipedia

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a 1995 Yoshinori Sunahara albumSource: Wikipedia

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The genre "crossover" was coined from this releaseSource: Wikipedia

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Crossovers are a basic stroking technique in figure skating for gaining impetus while skating along a curve or circleSource: Wikipedia

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Crossover dribble also called Crossover

a basketball maneuver in which a player dribbling the ball switches the ball rapidly from one hand to the otherSource: Wikipedia

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a pair of rail switches that allows trains to switch between parallel tracksSource: Wikipedia

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The areas of a theatre that are not part of the house or stage are considered part of backstageSource: Wikipedia

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Cross Over also called Crossover

a Japanese manga authored by Kouji SeoSource: Wikipedia

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Crossover

an episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine the 23rd episode of the second seasonSource: Wikipedia

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fencing also called Crossover

the art of armed combat involving cutting, stabbing, or slapping bludgeoning weapons directly manipulated by hand, rather than shot, thrown or positioned, of European originSource: Wikipedia

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a 2006 American basketball filmSource: Wikipedia

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105.1 Crossover also called Crossover

MBNI then realized its plans for expansion with the opening 99.1 Crossover (DYBM-FM) in Bacolod City on February 1997, 90.7 Crossover (DYAC-FM) in Cebu on September of the same year, and 93.1 Crossover (DXLR-FM) in Davao on June 1999, bringing the CrSource: Wikipedia

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an American electroclash duo from New York CitySource: Wikipedia

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Crossover distortion also called Crossover

a type of distortionSource: Wikipedia

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Crossover study also called Crossover

or one medication and a placebo in random orderSource: Wikipedia

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Gaming crossovers also called Crossover

occurs when otherwise separated fictional characters, stories, settings, universes, or media in a video game meet and interact with each otherSource: Wikipedia

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Intercompany crossover also called Crossover

for comic-book crossovers in which a character published by one company meets a character published by anotherSource: Wikipedia

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Audio crossover also called Crossover

Audio crossovers are a class of electronic filters designed specifically for use in audio applications, especially hi-fiSource: Wikipedia

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- variously called XUV or CUV, for crossover utility vehicle - is a marketing term for a vehicle that derives from a car while borrowing features from an SUV or MinivanSource: Wikipedia

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Ethernet crossover cable also called Crossover

a type of Ethernet cable used to connect computing devices together directly where they would normally be connected via a network switch, hub or routerSource: Wikipedia

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CrossOver

the collective name for three commercial and proprietary programs developed by CodeWeavers that allows many Windows-based applications to run on Linux, Mac OS X and Solaris using a compatibility layerSource: Wikipedia

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Crossover thrash also called Crossover

often abbreviated to crossover, is a form of thrash metal that contains even more hardcore punk elements than what standard thrash doesSource: Wikipedia

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Mitotic crossover also called Crossover

a rare type of genetic recombination that may occur in some types of somatic cells during mitosisSource: Wikipedia

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Crossover

a genetic operator used to vary the programming of a chromosome from one generation to the nextSource: Wikipedia

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control theory also called Crossover

an interdisciplinary branch of engineering and mathematics, that deals with the behavior of dynamical systemsSource: Wikipedia

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Chromosomal crossover also called Crossover

the process by which two chromosomes pair up and exchange sections of their DNASource: Wikipedia

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Fictional crossover also called Crossover

the placement of two or more otherwise discrete fictional characters, settings, or universes into the context of a single storySource: Wikipedia

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  1. a term applied to musical works or performers appearing on two or more of the record charts which track differing musical tastes, or genres

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  2. music that has commercial success with audiences beyond that of its particular genre

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  3. If the second chart is a pop chart, such as a "Hot 100" list, the work is not a crossover since the pop charts only track popularity and do not constitute a separate genre

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  4. In some contexts the Term "crossover" can have negative connotations, implying the watering-down of a music's distinctive qualities to accommodate to mass tastes

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  5. For example, in the early years of rock and roll, many songs originally recorded by African-American musicians were re-recorded by white artists (such as Pat Boone) in a more toned-down style (often with changed lyrics) that lacked the hard edge of t

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