overfold


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overfold

(ˈəʊvəˌfəʊld)
n
(Geological Science) geology a fold in which one or both limbs have been inclined more than 90° from their original orientation
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The 4-inch gold fringe appears on the edge, the overfold, lower edge, and the side squares.
Edema of the true vocal folds was diagnosed in 11 (5.1%) children, varying severity swelling of the overfold space of larynx was in 14 (6.5%) patients.
Getting a section several inches shorter than a Berliner's 18 inches or so to serve as an insert jacket, however, "requires a very large lap on the sheets," says Blevins, noting that the long overfold provides something to grab at the inserter.
(2) It depicts the god as a standing, bearded man wearing a chiton underneath a peplos with kolpos and overfold. In his left hand he holds a cornucopia; the right hand is missing.