overhang


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Synonyms for overhang

project (over)

Synonyms

  • 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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He admitted that HOC has been effective in encouraging first time buyers to purchase homes but it would not drastically reduce the large number of overhang units.
Most building owners had demolished their structures encroaching on the easement but the remaining overhang structures needed to be removed, according to the BIARMG.
A fund that has both tax overhang and turnover in its portfolio
Jean's Overhang can be located by crossing the swinging bridge from the pool area, turning right, and following the trail.
The supply overhang could run into a third year in 2017 without an output cut from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), while escalating production from other exporters could lead to relentless supply growth, the International Energy Agency said on Thursday.
Given the apparent need for shading, two systems were analyzed - a) automated top-down roller shades (baseline system) and b) a combined dynamic shading system consisting of an overhang, an internal tiltable fabric light shelf and automated bottom-up roller shades (advanced system).
According to Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC), the Indian Supreme Court's recent finding that all coal blocks allocated in the nation during 1993 to 2010 were not as per rules, could create an overhang in the sector.
One reason that is often cited is overhang, the idea that the excess, or overhang, of structures that have been built in the past is now holding investment down.
Given the apparent need for shading, two systems were analyzed--a) automated top-down roller shades (baseline system) and b) a combined dynamic shading system consisting of an overhang, an internal tiltable fabric light shelf and automated bottom-up roller shades (advanced system).
Adaptive controls enable the AS/RS to continue running during non-serious errors such as over-current or load overhang. If a crane has an over-current, the controls reduce machine speed and acceleration automatically, instead of shutting down the entire system.
Due to the 4 mm superiorly shifted glenoid baseplate peg, when the inferior rim of the glenoid baseplate is aligned with the inferior rim of the glenoid, the 38 mm, 42 mm, and 46 mm designs provide 2.25 mm, 4.25 mm, and 6.25 mm of glenosphere overhang, respectively.
As these older properties were not necessarily constructed with first floor rooms precisely the same size as those on the ground floor if first and ground floor rooms are of inconsistent size it is possible that the first floor of one unit can overhang the ground floor of an adjacent unit.
The authors define "public debt overhang episodes" as periods when public debt-to-GDP ratios exceeded 90 percent for more than five years.
To determine how much fabric you need, measure length of table plus desired overhang. For example, ten 12-inch fabric squares will top a standard 82-inch tabletop with 15-inch overhang at each end.
Equinox House is defined by its windows and their protective overhangs. The house is named after its "equinox overhang" design protecting the clerestories in the summer from direct solar radiation, and acting as a solar energy reflector in the winter.