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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.
That title and that overline might make you think that Simms is an optimist and it may well be that he sees himself that way.
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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.
As part of the pipeline industry's ongoing commitment to safety, and in compliance with Federal and State regulatory mandates, IONIK Consulting was recently contracted by one operator to perform overline surveys as part of an overall External Corrosion Direct Assessment (ECDA) process.
In addition to the obvious acutes and cedillas, the list includes both single (U+0305) and double (U+033F) overline marks.
Now the business is homing in on work for the rail industry, such as overline fittings and cable components for Railtrack and Balfour Beatty, as well as the construction industry and tractor parts.
i] represents the set of factors which determine its competitiveness, and the variable's overline denotes its average value.
The Argyle Line to Central Station and overline to Charing Cross enables easy access from other directions.
And a little personality doesn't hurt, either - witness this pleasing New York Times caption, which ran beneath a large color photo and carried the amusing overline "What Next, Locusts?
The overline (it's sometime called a Johnson Box) is sort of an extended headline in a direct mail piece or sales letter.