from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of overlay.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A superficial covering; a coating.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A superficial covering.
- n. In printing, the act or art of using overlays.
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But now, on-the-fly subtitle overlaying can be done by any television channel, as the suite is fixed to the broadcasters 'main server, "said Mahesh Kulkarni, programme coordinator of Graphic Intelligence Based Script Technology (Gist), the group at C-DAC which works on multilingual computing tools.
His books are chiefly notable for the printing of the woodcuts, which by the process known as overlaying, he brought to great perfection.
Augmented reality - the idea of overlaying relevant digital information on top of a view of the real world - is, in a word, futuristic.
Augmented reality - the idea of overlaying the virtual world onto the physical world, typically via the lens of a mobile device - may have been one of the buzziest tech topics of the year, yet most everyone can agree that it's a next-generation technology trying to find its way into the present.
And you also point out the problem of students forgetting, or perhaps, "overlaying" whatever we teach them.
In particular, it would be great if those who create map mashups, such as overlaying crime data on a map, would be able to easily get links to their maps associated with the Yahoo Local page.
His father, Ben Smallwood, who had drunk 15 cans of lager while celebrating New Year's Eve at his parents 'home, was arrested at the time on suspicion of' overlaying '.
If you want to add elements to #parallax, such as overlaying curved corner images like in the above example, add them after you have instantiated jParallax in order to avoid having those elements included in the calculations.
ELKHART - The death of a 2-month-old boy on the city's east side Tuesday morning could have been the result of "overlaying," police say.
In the Bible, infants 'deaths are called "overlaying" and as recently as the early
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