Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of overhang.
  • v. Third person singular simple present of to overhang.

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Examples

  • It's possible, I suppose, to design-in exterior "overhangs" on the areas that the sun will affect most significantly.

    Steel & Glass House Practical?

  • Mark Kostovny of Solar Village said the costly work to design a house with the most environmentally friendly materials and features - such as overhangs that keep the sun out in the summer or floors that absorb heat in the winter - wouldn't be affordable to the average person without the modular approach, which saves money by standardizing designs, materials and the manufacturing.

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  • 3D Terrain Sculpting: Allows users to freely sculpt terrain features such as overhangs and caves directly into Vue standard and procedural terrains, with on-the-fly mesh subdivision.

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  • Protruding awkwardly above the much older buildings, the huge, prismlike shingled roof of the modern church overhangs a concrete patio bearing a seven-foot wooden cross.

    American Grace

  • Line it with enough parchment paper so it overhangs by 1 inch on 2 opposing sides, then grease it with nonstick cooking oil spray.

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  • Line an 8 inch square baking pan with foil; make sure that the foil overhangs on at least 2 opposing sides and is pressed securely into all corners.

    Peanut Butter Crispy Bars

  • Spray an 8X8 baking pan and line it with parchment paper that overhangs the sides (you will use it to lift the blondies out of the pan).

    Best Peanut Butter Blondie EVER

  • The mostly flat roof widely overhangs the sides of the house as much as eight feet in some places.

    Living in a Model Home

  • Drifts of cherry blossom whirled on the pavements as I made my way towards my favourite Prunus avium "Plena", which overhangs the railings of Kennington Park.

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  • That could mean more droppings landing on passengers as birds nest in platform overhangs.

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