Underhang


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Un`der`hang´

    (ŭn`dẽr`hăng´)
v. t. & i.1.To hang under or down; to suspend.
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Unbelievably, he settled on a ledge, on an underhang beneath the cliff slope, only 6ft wide by 12ft long.
Of course, by the mid-1980s the overhang had become an 'underhang' and unemployment was even higher.
The undeniable truth that while women suffer the fleshy underhang they term bingo wings, I've acquired the male version of this beneath my chin - without precise colloquial terminology let's call it the pelican pocket.
"Where bronzed Brazilian lovelies danced the samba, one camera caught a rhino-sized Englishman in a tan- coloured shirt as he reached beneath his great underhang of a belly and freed something unspeakable from where it had become entangled in a bush.
Dark colors are more likely to hold their color in places where the sun doesn't hit, like on an underhang.
If anything, figure 2 provides support for an "inventory underhang" story, since low inventory investment has typically been followed by strong output growth.