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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.

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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However, the observation schedule for each target can overlap occasionally.
5 b) we know that the outbreak size increases with the growth in community overlap level P for different levels of individual selfishness.
Fund-level Overlapping Rate is then defined as the average independent director overlap rate between a fund and the rest of the fund's family.
This bending phenomenon is responsible for stress concentrations at the free edge of overlap area, where the tensile and bending stresses add each other at the middle of overlap area.
For [??][P.sub.Ab], [P.sub.Ac][??], [p.sub.6] is a crossover individual, [p.sub.7] is an overlap individual, and [p.sub.6] [right arrow] [p.sub.7] is a 2-overlap edge represented by Y in regular expression representation (see the definition for Y in Section 3.1.1).
Overlap in space use is one component of animal social organization, which can influence demography (Wielgus et al., 2001; Diefenbach et al., 2006; Cooley et al., 2009) and be used to infer behavior in secretive species.
Most new models are designed to do well in the federal government's full width front crash test and in the IIHS' moderate overlap front test, but that is not a guarantee of good performance in the small overlap crash.
We examine the responses of raccoon space use, as measured by home-range size, the extent of overlap of home ranges among individuals and the volume of intersection (VI; Kernohan et al.
Interestingly, a further examination of the overlapping deals revealed that those with less overlap (the bottom 25% of deals) were associated with a loss of $80.7 million for the acquiring firm.
Gavel and Iselid's study [5] not only looked at the citation database Web of Science, but also studied the coverage overlap of various science, technology, and medicine (STM) databases.
As we saw earlier the new definition of "overlap" says that the terms "clear ahead", "clear astern" and "overlap" apply to boats n the same tack, as they always did.
In order to seal the film, an overlap of between 25-35mm of film is required.