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o·ver·lay

(ō'vĕr-lā),
An addition to an already existing condition.

o·ver·lay

(ō'vĕr-lā)
An addition to an already existing condition.
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These lithologies are overlayed by several pyroclastic deposits from later explosive eruptive phases, the lavas are composed by two pyroxenes andesites with local variations to basaltic andesites (FIGURE 2).
Overlayed on this are numbers showing temperatures and animated graphics showing sunshine, cloud and rain.
(3) billion in taxes to Indonesia in 2009.3 Satellite imagery with overlayed concession data graphically illustrate these changes, showing three-quarters of the two Papuan provinces already divided into management units and, in many cases, already granted permits for forestry, palm plantation, or mining concessions.
Modern telematics devices combine GPS, WiFi, cellular communications, Bluetooth, three-axis accelerometers and even video into small, sleek packages that gather raw driving behavior data that can then be overlayed with geographic information systems (GIS) mapping data, such as road type, weather and speed limit.
As Clark said in 1997, "We just kept at it until it is what you see today," and keep at it he did as at one time his company had paved or overlayed every road in Washington County and virtually every road in Benton County.
'The Glitz', sees pre-cut pieces of adhesive foil sized to the nail, heated up, shaped and then smoothed and blended before being overlayed with acrylic.
Overlayed on Indian Ocean warming for part of the year is what scientists call the Indian Ocean Dipole that occasionally occurs today once every decade or so.
When each of the three pictures had been placed over the background, the resulting montage was overlayed with text boxes.
The buffer zones were created in the Arc view GIS and overlayed on Image built up area theme, and the density for each zone was calculated and the entropy values were found for the zones.
This slick composite image builder allows images to be dragged, dropped and automatically overlayed into a composite image.
Next, the DEM was assigned as the terrain surface base height, and key area coverages were overlayed ('draped'), allowing visualisation of computerised landscape scenes in 3D.
Through the visual and textual retelling of each of these transitions the narrative voice of this text becomes even more focussed through the use of the traditional artwork, powerful black and white photographs overlayed onto the artwork, which then leads into use of colour photographs.