underlap


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underlap

[′ən·dər‚lap]
(communications)
In facsimile transmission, the space between the recorded elemental area in one recording line and the adjacent elemental area in the next recording line, when these areas are smaller than normal; or the space between the elemental areas in the direction of the recording line.
The amount by which the effective height of the scanning spot falls short of the nominal width of the scanning line.
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Trace the pattern pieces, also drawing the needed underlap allowances, on the paper side of fusible web leaving at least 1/2" between all the pieces.
Also for the 1998 revision, a new transitional step has been taken: the publication of underlap indexes.
based on the following combination of characters: 1) longer underlap of nuchal scute than in P.
Add 1 1/2" to the right short end to account for the underlap.
Branislav Ivanovic's easy underlap and pull-back really should have been finished by Mohamed Salah rather than out wide.
Rory McKeown did great for me because his run created an underlap that took Gary Teale and David van Zanten away.
They also provided recommendations on those NAIs which may require pass-back due to an underlap in capacity, and/ or which NAIs the squadron could apply multiple ISR assets to in order to achieve mixing, redundancy, and/or cueing effects of multiple "INTs.
All holes are formed in, including those on the underlap, virtually eliminating the possibility of a mismatch.
Add 2" to the waistline measurement for the waistband underlap and seam allowance; record as the waistband length.
He said: "In the UK we had a dangerous institutional underlap between an inflation-targeting central bank and a rule-driven regulator, with no-one responsible for assessing the big picture risks, or equipped with tools to address them.
Add Vie" underlap allowance to those edges that lie under another.
Add 3/6" underlap allowance to those edges that lie under another.