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  • v. Present participle of superimpose.


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  • "They would do anything such as superimposing images of political leaders on the Internet to manufacture lies and if they can stoop so low to shame others for political gains than nothing on earth will stop them from destroying the country."

    nst online

  • Because the original film was in German, complicated overdubbing is not required; creation of a parody can be achieved by the simple expedient of superimposing fake subtitles.

    Hitler Flummoxed by

  • There were, of course, the requisite flops, groaners and wastes of everyone's time, and, given the pressure and cost, advertisers' money - such as GoDaddy's anticlimactic reveal that Joan Rivers is their new hot celeb, superimposing Rivers's head atop a buxom new body.

    TV review: Cultural zeitgeist, scored by Super Bowl ads

  • Falk is superimposing his own requirements for a determination of design on Meyer.

    BioLogos Reviews "Signature in the Cell"

  • On the main viewer, a tactical schematic appeared, superimposing itself over the images of the Andorian freighters, which were breaking from their formation and veering off on different vectors.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact Paths of Disharmony

  • No doubt there are plenty of lousy mixes made by producers too lazy to do anything beyond superimposing hip-hop beats over familiar rock riffs, but artfully done, musical mash-ups are more than just a shtick.

    When Mockery Is All That's Left

  • Composers began superimposing songs on one another well before the proliferation of cheap recording equipment made it possible to sample snippets of sound and reassemble the bits.

    When Mockery Is All That's Left

  • As people experimenting with the Law of Attraction, the Secret, and other forms of positive thinking often learn the hard way, changing reality by superimposing new thoughts on old, tired worn-out mental habits doesn't quite do the trick.

    Eva Norlyk Smith, Ph.D.: The Secret Behind THE SECRET: Who Gets to Tell Your Story?

  • Try superimposing GWBush and BHObama and HSTruman.

    July 22nd, 2009

  • Now, the images hover above the pool superimposing themselves as a ghostly apparition over the rooms center.

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