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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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On the same tack; Proper course If a boat clear astern becomes overlapped within two of her hull lengths to leeward of a boat on the same tack, she shall not sail above her proper course while they remain on the same tack and overlapped within that distance, unless in doing so she promptly sails astern of the other boat.
If after becoming overlapped to leeward from clear astern and within two of her boat lengths of boat W, boat L gybes away, she would not have been able to sail above her proper course, even though that would have taken her away from boat W.
beta mode ports, which implement the higher speeds, longer distances and overlapped arbitration;
The PDCb supports all 1394b's key features, including both overlapped and pipelined arbitration.
4 says: "When an inside overlapped right-of-way boat must gybe at a mark or obstruction to sail her proper course, until she gybes she shall sail no farther from the mark or obstruction than needed to sail that course.
2 (b) covers the overlapped scenario at the two-length zone and Rule 18.
The undergarment has similarly shaped overlapped superposed half width segments bonded to each other in a preselected area to form front and rear panels that have a crotch area.
s BtV Media Stream chipset, AllMEDIA speeds up multimedia applications with fully overlapped processing during key multimedia operations, a process that virtually eliminates CPU delays.