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superposed

[¦sü·pər′pōzd]
(botany)
Growing vertically over another part.
Of or pertaining to floral parts that are opposite each other.
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This was a feature of the original Browning Auto-5 and was common on the Superposed, though the very first model had an English-style straight grip.
The DKMQ and Q4 element matrices are superposed to obtain the folded plate element stiffness matrix of the order of 24 x 24, kFP.
Figure 3 depicts the cumulative effectiveness and superposed control for the optimal control.
It can be concluded that the variation of adhesive interface bond strength has a negligible effect on ultimate bearing capacity of the superposed shear wall under 0.3 axial compression ratio.
Figures 4-6 illustrate the fifteen subjects' superposed average results of the correlated EEG-fMRI components.
This same year saw him accused of plagiarism in the columns of The Athenaeum in an article that superposed lines from 'A Life-Drama' with similar lines from Tennyson, Shelley, Keats, Leigh Hunt and even Spenser.
Mest said that they used images and topographic data from spacecraft to map the locations of these features, evaluate their relationships to each other, and estimated their ages from superposed impact craters, which could provide better understanding of the geologic processes that modified the surface.
At each time step, the temperature distribution around every borehole is superposed to obtain the total temperature distribution in the bore field.
Caption: Hydrogen atoms (blue, detected in ultraviolet light and superposed on a photo of Europa) may have originated in water shooting up from an icy ocean.
Previous spread: Belted dress embroidered with silk chiffon origami, with superposed organza handkerchiefs on sleeves.
This structures also have been superposed with new structures with NW trend that has created in next event.
Analyst Arsim Zekoli comments in Utrinski Vesnik that the elections were administered according to the superposed EU-standards for successfulness without violence.