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  • n. Plural form of overlap.


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  • NM23-X4 is expressed at the periphery of the ciliary marginal zone of the Xenopus retina and the expression overlaps with p27Xic1 at the central side.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • Having said that, given the tag overlaps that do arise on del., you've nicely demonstrated the possibility of clustering items into tag categories.

    How Social Bookmarking can lead to the Semantic Web

  • GRANGE: Well, in country itself, these overlaps -- in other words, you don't move the old guys out before the new troops come in.

    CNN Transcript Dec 25, 2003

  • Mary Rook our onboard umpire who was there to call overlaps gripped the carbon gantry at the stern while onboard cameraman Dan darted between the two of us trying for the best angle.

    YBW News

  • It also shows the amount of keyword overlaps between the selected domains visually.

    Search Engine Journal

  • Because Naomi is straight and Ely is gay, their taste in guys kind of overlaps sometimes.

    Review: Little (Grrl) Lost by Charles de Lint (Flamingnet

  • It features an entrance which overlaps which is fashionable as well as usable.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Nichols also said she wanted to see the "overlaps" and "intersects" between medical and biological anthropology research. | America's Oldest College Newspaper. Founded 1799.

  • "But it really kind of overlaps in all those areas."

    The Michigan Daily

  • However, that still leaves the Catholic footprint in the Upper Midwest unaccounted for; that is a function of the Germans, Poles, and other European ethnicities.12 The fact that the proportion of German Americans overlaps with both Lutherans and Catholics reminds us that a given ethnicity need not be the exclusive province of one faith or another.

    American Grace


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