underlap


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underlap

n
a thing which projects beneath something else
vb, -laps, -lapping or -lapped
(tr) to project under the edge of
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Add 3/16" underlap allowance to those edges that lie under another.
"It takes time to forge partnerships but you saw for James' goal on Saturday, he has made the underlap and I've found him.
A crucial component of the modern game is pace in those positions and the instinct to burst forward to link up with the wide forwards, overlap or underlap and to help overload in attack.
Secure the socket snap pieces to the underlap on any closure and the ball pieces on the underside of the closure's overlap.
in my view, holding crypto asset exchanges to the same rigorous standards as those that trade securities would address a major underlap in the regulatory approach."
The authors in [1, 2] optimized the values of the design parameters of gate work function, oxide thickness, silicon thickness, and gate underlap for both low threshold and high threshold devices.
After the formation of gate stack (Hf[O.sub.2], TiN, amorphous-Si), Arsenic dopants were implanted at extension regions to reduce the underlap resistance.
Source-drain extensions expand 2 nm underlap, making the channel as an enhanced controlled and conductive path.
2013) Man on man Same number of defenders and attackers One man overlap One more attacker in the attacking line compared to the defensive line Two man overlap Two more attackers in the attacking line compared to the defensive line Multiple overlap More than two attackers in the attacking line compared to the defensive line One man underlap One more defender in the attacking line compared to the defending line Two man underlap Two more attackers in the attacking line compared to the defending line Multiple underlap More than two attackers in the attacking line compared to the defending line Defensive shape and Configuration and movement pattern of defenders movement: (Hendricks et al.
The concerns about the previous tripartite model included structural issues such as the risk of 'underlap' because no one regulator was looking at the UK's financial system as a whole; and the risk that issues might be overlooked because of the potential conflict between the FSA's responsibilities as conduct regulator and prudential regulator.
The IMF will also assess the nature of the responsibilities that have been assigned to various regulatory agencies in order to identify any areas of regulatory and supervisory 'underlap' or 'overlap'.