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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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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).
Using a new indicator of the optimal level of structures--the level that would be warranted by economic conditions--we measure the level of overhang before, during, and since the recession.
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.
Importantly, 20 of the 26 episodes lasted more than a decade, and the average duration of debt overhang episodes in the sample is 23 years.
Next cut the 2x4s for the overhangs with a 9-degree angle on one end.
But the plot's limited dimensions prohibit a building with floorplates sizeable enough to accommodate the kind of trading floors that JP Morgan Chase would want to install without cantilevering the tower's floors so that they overhang surrounding space.
Consequently, a number of analysts have expressed concerns that capital overhangs have developed following the "over-investment" of the late 1990s.
Templates of plywood, Masonite, or plastic sheet fasten onto the registration device, which overhangs the vacuum table.
At times the atmosphere in this huge building with its 12-meter walls, some bulging with improbable and seemingly impossible overhangs,others steep and sheer, is a cross between a gym, a nightclub and an outdoor crag.
Roof overhangs or trellises provide the solution to shading these windows, and are sized so that most or all of the high summer sun is blocked out, while much of the low winter sun is allowed in (see sidebar on page 8), keeping things cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
The impervious white skin is ruptured by a handful of horizontal openings some shaded by thin overhangs, giving the elevations a curious beetle-browed effect.
Architect Peter Twombly modeled the house after local, informal cottages with deep overhangs and exposed rafters.
Some microscopic creatures called ciliates have proteins that bind to their telomeric overhangs and mask them.
Thus, four artificial ledges were available within each ledge cluster: narrow-upper and wide-upper ledges that lacked artificial overhangs, and narrow-lower and wide-lower ledges that were located beneath upper ledges, which provided partial (45%) and complete (100%) overhang coverage, respectively.