from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who lays on.
- n. In mech. engin., an automatic mechanism which in a coining-press, embossing-press, or other analogous machine feeds blanks to the dies of the press.
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Not for nothing had she learned at the knee of that champion layer-on of guilt, Ekaterina Moonin Shugak.
Boxee intends to address this problem by offering the software as a platform for others to layer-on their own applications.
However, virtualization ultimately creates more virtual objects requiring lifecycle management, more security to layer-on, and more moving parts to account for.