from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. On the other side of the page or leaf.
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- adv. On the other side of a page
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- On the other side of the leaf, or on either of the pages seen on turning a leaf.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. on or to the other side of a page
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It wasn’t uncommon for a full page ad for a given printer to appear adjacent to or overleaf from a review extollng the wonders of that printer.
See our deals, below right and overleaf, or treat yourself to one of the new breed of stylish luxury villas (see panel, right).
And if you wash your hands before touching the book, you are welcome to page through our first edition Star Fleet Technical Manual, complete with my husband's childhood signature on the front overleaf.
I'll also offer my opinion that the entirety of "Pendulum" can be effectively summarized in a single sentence, and that that sentence appears on "Pendulum's" overleaf, but even if you figure out which sentence I'm referring to, it won't detract from reading "Pendulum."
Below is a scan of the section pertaining to membership (I have merged the portion on the overleaf into one image).
Nobody could doubt them; and, as if to ram the point home, freak horses are sometimes born with three toes on each leg, the middle one serving as a normal ‘foot’, the two side ones having miniature hooves see picture overleaf.
The result was a wave of invagination that went further, and actually pinched off a ‘neural tube’ screenshots a to h, overleaf.
The diagram overleaf shows some seventeen generations of rats, artificially selected for resistance to tooth decay.
Though far from identical, even in superficial characteristics, each marsupial in the illustration overleaf is sufficiently similar to its placental equivalent – that is, the placental that most closely practises the same ‘trade’ – to impress us, but certainly not sufficiently similar to suggest ‘borrowing’ by a creator.
You can still buy bibles printed on extra-thin paper, with extra-tiny print that is extra hard to read because the print from overleaf, and the print of the leaf after that all shines through.