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.
On the fabric underlap right side, precisely measure and mark where the receiving snap portions will be inserted.
It actually never even touches itself, for wherever it must pass either above or below another part of itself to go on its way, the over- or underlap is signaled by a narrow gap in the paint, which lets the brown linen show through.
Not used: Tremmel, Eder, James, Fulton, Rodon THE GOALS 0-1 (Montero, 23mins): Montero is set away by Tabanou, ignoring the Frenchman's underlap to drive into the box himself, squaring to Emnes whose flick invited Montero to collect and flick a finish into the bottom corner.
"That is being outlined before the game, so it does give you that opportunity for when it's on your side, you have the chance to overlap or underlap and push back the opposition the other way."
Malposition is observed as either joint 'overlap' or 'underlap' when notated (Figure 7a, b).
The panels on the blue version are such that the pinhole on the grip doesn't quite match up with the pins on the grip frame resulting in an overlap of the panel on the backstrap and an underlap on the frontstrap.
In yesterday's speech in London, he said: "In the UK we had a dangerous institutional underlap between an inflationtargeting central bank and a rule-driven regulator, with no one responsible for assessing the big picture risks, or equipped with tools to address them."
While that mission command method was effective, we (the squadron commander and staff) experienced some friction in integrating and directing attached 1SR assets that came from the brigade special troops battalion (BSTB) - mainly due to an underlap in those elements' understanding of squadron tactical standards of operation and the squadron commander's command style.
Receiving grooves on the underlap mate with tabs on the overlap, simplifying assembly and alignment.
People identify themselves as Swiss, or Belgians, or Indonesians, not because they all speak the same language (for they do not), nor because they have the same ethnic background (for they do not, as ethnicity can overlap or underlap boundaries).