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oh ver lay

  • n  protective covering consisting, for example, of a layer of boards applied to the studs and joists of a building to strengthen it and serve as a foundation for a weatherproof exterior
  • n  a layer of decorative material (such as gold leaf or wood veneer) applied over a surface
  • v  put something on top of something else
  • v  kill by lying on
    The sow overlay her piglets
  • v  lie upon; lie on top of
  • v  kill by lying on
    The sow overlay her piglets

  • They now utilize terms and approaches that often have a scientific-sounding overlay and are designed to appear more reasonable than those of their earlier efforts.
  • The program automatically overlays the images and shifts the colors of the left and right to blue and red for viewing with the included 3D glasses.
  • The inscriptions are covered by a graffiti overlay: "I am here" reads one entry.
News & Articles


  • Craig Newmark in AFP
    Show support for democracy in Iran add green overlay to your Twitter avatar,Craigslist founder Craig Newmark said in a forwarded tweet.
  • Ben Buckley in Sydney Morning Herald
    We need to get access four weeks before the competition for preparation for pitches and preparation for overlay that are required by FIFA and the duration of the tournament,Buckley said. "In our estimation, that is six to eight weeks...
  • Sean Parnell in Alaskajournal.com
    When it comes to the greatest threat, I have to say it is the federal government,Parnell said. "If the new administration is going to overlay marine spatial planning, if they are going to come out with a biological opinion on Steller sea...

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