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Synonyms for superimpose

place on top of

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Then with a little bit of digital manipulation, Dr Oliver superimposes the suggested treatment alternatives on to your image to create the perfect smile.
The company is demanding $500,000 in damages and the shuttering of the sites, one of which superimposes the likeness of Savage on a photograph of a Ku Klux Klansman.
Anderson's (1989) "Inside Public Relations" defines international practice as "very often implementing distinctive programs in multiple markets, with each program tailored to meet the often very acute distinctions of the individual geographic markets." The book goes on to say, "Global public relations though, superimposes an overall perspective on a program executed in two or more national markets, recognizing the similarities among the audiences while necessarily adapting to regional differences."
Instead of simply leaving blank spaces behind the removed bodies and words, Fairhurst superimposes more cutout pages to produce complex layers of advertisements whose messages and messengers have gone missing.
Michals also superimposes the title page of the 1855 edition of Leaves of Grass on a shot of the bare-chested lad holding two clumps of grass.