overstrike


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overstrike

(1) To type over an existing character.

(2) A character with a line through it.
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The game is a lot more serious now and less slapstick than it was under the Overstrike brand.
If there is a discrepancy, it will immediately back up, cancel and overstrike the label, and print a correct replacement.
These facts are indicated in row (r,w) of Figure 4 by crossing out (via an italicized, underlined, overstrike, eg "<s>T</s>") the preferences t,u, or w as logically possible social preferences in the rows corresponding to (r,w) and (r,t).
To save font design effort, some overstrike approximations are used for accented characters not found in standard Adobe layouts.
You can frame these symbols with a square or a circle using a separate overstrike key.
A laboratory error report is then filed that explains the nature of the error, documents the call to the care giver, appends the appropriate comments to the incorrect results, and requests an overstrike of the incorrect results to be made.
Formerly known as Overstrike, Fuse allows gamers to play as Dalton Brooks, Izzy Sinclair, Jacob Kimble or Naya Deveraux as they fight to protect mankind from a deadly alien energy source known as Fuse.
Fiberglass, graphite and steel I-beam hammers should have a jacket of materials such as polycarbonate to provide overstrike protection.
BACKSPACE AND OVERSTRIKE - Used to suggest that someone just said or did something wrong and had better retract.
In 2009, it announced a partnership with EA Partners to release its first multiplatform game, Overstrike.
LOS ANGELES -- A shadowy organization has threatened to take over the world and there's only one team that can stop it: Overstrike 9.