overhang


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Synonyms for overhang

project (over)

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  • project (over)
  • extend (over)
  • loom (over)
  • stand out (over)
  • bulge (over)
  • stick out (over)
  • protrude (over)
  • jut (over)
  • impend (over)

Synonyms for overhang

to curve outward past the normal or usual limit

a part that protrudes or extends outward

Synonyms for overhang

projection that extends beyond or hangs over something else

project over

be suspended over or hang over

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In the data, elevated levels of structure overhang tend to be associated with the slow growth of investment in structures.
One of the key benefits of using the overhang and light shelf combination is that the overhang provides effective external shading to the bottom window, and that it works in tandem with the light shelf to redirect light further into the classroom.
Additionally, no impingement was observed at 0[degrees] humeral abduction in the scapular plane for the 38 mm, 42 mm, and 46 mm devices when glenosphere overhang of 4.
8226; Fundamentals and Updates on Capital Overhang in Private Equity Funds (Large & Small)
If you make sure you have a two-foot or larger roof overhang all around your buildings, your siding and paint and windows and doors will all last decades longer.
The result would then be a capital overhang that could take a considerable period to work off, leading to anemic economic growth.
Study Reveals Companies Near Optimal Overhang Levels Provide Better Total Returns to Shareholders
An appropriately sized roof overhang or sun screen will provide full shading in summer for a south-facing window while allowing much of the lower angled winter sun to come streaming in.
Here are the key factors for boards to consider when instituting compensation policies that affect overhang.
The Bundesbank's long-time argument was that the overhang of currency held abroad could affect monetary aggregates if the foreigners decided they didn't want to hold it any more.
Compensation committees at most non-technology companies aim for total overhang in the 8 percent to 12 percent range (although 15 percent rates are nor unusual in general industry, as are 20 percent rates at high-tech companies).
An overhang percentage is calculated by dividing the number of options available (granted and available to grant) by the sum of the total number of shares outstanding and the number of options available.
The problem of monetary overhang has serious implications for the former centrally planned economies (CPEs) in their transition to market equilibrium.