- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of superimpose.
“ESPN studio baseball analyst John Kruk demonstrates the "Virtual Strike Zone," which takes replays of actual pitches and superimposes on ESPN's studio shows, where analysts can take virtual swings.”
“Over at the Imaginary Foundation blog, amazingly surreal photos by French artist Frédéric Lebain who superimposes his photographs on top of the real world.”
“The West superimposes its concepts, aesthetics, language, paradigms, historical template and philosophy, positioning these as universal.”
“Your review superimposes a structural heft onto all the tension and chaotic emotions swirling in my brain and heart after the experience.”
“I know that people were using star trek plots earlier, but every time I see a corporate executive on television, my mind superimposes the image of a Feringi on top of them.”
“The reader then superimposes his own take on where we are in the business cycle, the market cycle and the earnings power of the industry and company under the microscope.”
“On Where are the Arms, Kahane superimposes this winning formula onto guitar-centric instrumentation, but not before reminding listeners of his credentials on piano with two ballads.”
“An example: artist Roger Shimomura, active since the 1970s, superimposes his face on popular Japanese characters like Pikachu and Hello Kitty; his work is also included in the exhibition.”
“On bright, primary-color canvas-over-panel formats, he superimposes tilting, illusionistic white framing bars over a dark mottling—somewhere between the looks of Clyfford Still and Gerhard Richter—in the bright red, yellow or blue grounds.”
“Johnathan M. Reeves put together a cool “Star Trek” tribute that uses the classic theme song and superimposes the old and new actors in the series over the top of it:”
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