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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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Previously the leeward boat governed by Rule 17 could simply gybe and thereby break the overlap and gybe back having removed the limitation placed on herself by Rule 17.
Presumably, the curvature will increase with maximum dot overlaps greater than 30 percent until the totally random dot placement curve is reached with 100 percent allowable dot overlap.
Conversely, the loss of wood volume and the wood in bark were lowest for both overlaps at the 27.
Thus, the overlap between the PVI and OSCE was essentially the same regardless of the measurement system.
While the IMFC has its own IMF-related agenda, there is often an overlap of agenda items with the Development Committee in areas such as poverty, debt, trade, etc.
This approach can also be applied to background measurements, which are just as significant since overlaps lead to the under-estimation of the concentration, and even negative or "false zero" values.
Sixty-nine percent of respondents felt that administrators effectively managed the overlap and changeover periods, while 74 percent thought that managers efficiently used the overlap time.
Alternatively, a comparable result can be achieved mathematically by applying the same interest rate to both overpayments and deficiencies for the period of time during which they overlap.
The 10,000 or so companies in this global benchmark are selected by float-adjusted market capitalization and their trading liquidity threshold, giving investors a cohesive and consistent framework for measuring investment performance globally--with no gaps or overlaps.
There are many dictionaries used by the electronics industry for specialized domains which contain overlaps with other dictionaries.
To have a better chance of winning in court, Lockheed needs an appropriate strategy to get rid of most market overlaps, said Marc Schildkraut, a Washington antitrust attorney who worked on Boeing Co.
Any such figure can be cut and rearranged into a square of the same area with no gaps or overlaps.