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overline

[′ō·vər‚līn]
(communications)
In teletypewriter practice, the printing of one group of characters over another.
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Sin embdrgo, tal y como destaca Overline (28), "both because of the variability in what is understood and reported as domestic violence, and because researchers and practitioners define 'a child exposed to domestic violence' differently" la comparacion entre los resultados disponibles es extremadamente dificil.
where [Y.sup.m.sub.n]([??]) denote the spherical harmonics, whereas the overline symbolizes complex conjugation.
respectively, where symbols with an overline denote average values and [t.sub.an] = [t.sub.an]([[??].sub.J]([t.sub.ar])).
An average over this distance is indicated by the overline.
Now he's set out a much broader thesis in a long, often entertaining, slightly unstructured book which he has entitled Cancel the Apocalypse, with an overline that reads "The new path to prosperity".
(the overline denotes, of course, complex conjugation).
It shows the series' four leads squeezed side by side in the back of a New York City cab, with the overline "From the Emmy-Winning Creators of Will St Grace" and the tag "Four Friends.
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But Eugene Overline, app programmer, doesn't see the "Ugly Meter" going away anytime soon.
Each pony is stood up before the judges between two poles and assessed on head and neck, shoulder, body and overline, limbs and feet.