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o·ver·lap

(ō'vĕr-lap),
1. Suturing of one layer of tissue above or under another to gain strength.
2. An extension or projection of one tissue over another.

overlap

[-lap′]
to extend over and cover part of an existing surface or structure.

o·ver·lap

(ō'vĕr-lap)
1. Suturing of one layer of tissue above or under another to gain strength.
2. An extension or projection of one tissue over another.
3. radiography Use of incorrect angles to enable viewing between structures.

o·ver·lap

(ō'vĕr-lap)
1. Suturing of a layer of tissue above or under another to gain strength.
2. Extension or projection of one tissue over another.
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5 b) we know that the outbreak size increases with the growth in community overlap level P for different levels of individual selfishness.
Timing the side airbag to deploy to provide optimal head protection in the small overlap front crash test is key.
Wilcoxon ranked sum tests were also used to detect differences in overlap and VI scores between and within populations.
This analysis shows a significant overlap of journal titles indexed in Scopus and CINAHL, but it is not nearly as large as the overlap between Scopus and MEDLINE or EMBASE/Excerpta Medica or even as large as the overlap with PsycINFO, as shown in the Gavel and Iselid study [5].
At the moment that the first boat reaches the three-hull-length zone (is nearer to it) and an overlap exists, then the outside boat shall be giving mark-room.
The Meech system is so precise and the seal so strong that the overlap can be reduced to only 3-4mm.
Analysis of results (Table 1) reveals that overlap is comparatively greater between Altavista and Hotbot (A n H), followed by Google and Hotbot (G n H), and Hotbot and Scirus (H n S).
Within the volume there is a certain amount of overlap and even repetition from essay to essay and from section to section.
The specific purpose of this investigation was to quantify and compare debarking quality resulting from two tip path overlap factors (i.
Black-capped chickadees vigorously overlap their one-song repertoire of "fee-bee" To find out whether males eavesdrop on other males' contests, Mennill and Laurene Rateliffe of Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, mimicked both sides of a song duel by setting up pairs of loudspeakers outdoors that fee-beed furiously at each other.
The OTO RRC chose the former, assured that the program requirements for the Sleep Medicine fellowship would contain no verbiage regarding airway endoscopy or surgical interventions, and that overlap with the existing program requirements of an Otolaryngology residency would be minimal.
Canonical correlation is a technique to answer questions concerning the degree to which a set of variables can be predicted or explained by another set of variables and the degree to which the two sets of variables overlap.