overhangs in English
he crouched beneath an overhang of bushes
a concrete path overhung by trees
Use "overhangs" in a sentence
1. A pestilence overhangs the country.
2. A large lamp overhangs the hall.
3. An ancient vine overhangs the terrace.
4. A balcony overhangs the door below it.
5. Longer overhangs are called Cohesive ends or sticky ends
6. Feature Orientation: Orient to ensure overhangs are well supported.
7. Cliffs often include features such as rock shelters, shelter caves, and overhangs
8. For instance, the area where a Countertop overhangs a cabinet by a few inches
9. The rocks began to assume a mantle of translucent ice that dripped in grey icicles from overhangs.
10. The south side has a lot of cracks and overhangs, but is much shallower at 5-8 m.
11. In scaffolds, pinnacles, and structures Cantilevers are generally found in development, eminently in cantilever extensions and overhangs (see corbel)
12. The alignment tape portion has opposing alignment edges that extend outwardly beyond corresponding masking edges of the masking tape portion forming longitudinally extending lateral overhangs.
13. The Quick Blunting Kit is used to convert DNA with incompatible 5´ or 3´ overhangs to 5´ phosphorylated, blunt-ended DNA for efficient blunt-end ligation into DNA cloning vectors
14. But the only way to take advantage of the re-alignment’s benefits, without experiencing serious economic disruptions and financial-market volatility, is to introduce complementary growth-enhancing policy adjustments, such as accelerating structural reforms, balancing aggregate demand, and reducing or eliminating debt overhangs.
15. Quick Blunting™ Kit The Quick Blunting™ Kit is used to convert DNA with incompatible 5´or 3´overhangs to 5´phosphorylated, blunt-ended DNA for efficient blunt-end ligation into DNA cloning vectors