Overhanging


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Overhanging

Projecting or extending beyond the wall surface below.
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Its foliage care policy includes "pruning overhanging branches on some occasions" and "thinning work".
A neighbour said: "The council came round and told a few people they'd have to cut back trees overhanging the road.
The dog and man had to be rescued just before 2.30pm after the animal fell from a cyclepath into a hedge overhanging the busy road.
* If there are overhanging parts, such as the increasingly common micro USB connector, make sure the panel tabs aren't placed near them.
"Most importantly, those employed have dangerously felled trees with an excavator that caused trees to fall the wrong way, overhanging neighbouring properties and endangering residents and property.
AS you walk up the track towards the cottage, progress is impeded by the overhanging branches of one of the best trees in the garden, Cornus 'Norman Hadden'.
If you own the space you can cut back any branches overhanging it (and offer the cuttings to their owner).
Those who live in flats will not see any difficulty in the concept of a first floor flat overhanging a ground floor flat in separate ownership.
Overhanging hedges could also cause eye and other facial injuries, as I have personally experienced.
Our rationale was simple: Because a dominant buck would paw out the scrape, urinate in it, and mark an overhanging branch, inferior bucks would not re-mark the existing scrape or challenge a superior buck.
The electricity supply wire was overhanging the road in Mandla district in Madhya Pradesh state, police officer...
The lack of solder along the lead side was due to overhanging. This issue can be corrected by enlarging the pad dimensions as specified by the component supplier.