The first report was welcomed by many whose views on Islam overlapped or bordered those presented by Breivik in his manifesto.
Members of the militias led by bin-Ahmed and al-Gharabi overlapped with the February 17 militia, the cable says.
In some areas, the overlap was even higher: 100 percent of plantations in Ghana overlapped.
In 2000, Christmas, Chanukah and Ramadan overlapped and even Richard Dawkins was surprised the Messiah didn't return.
Of course, U.S.-Russian relations have overlapped in some areas of mutual interest.
The cession at "Old Peoria Fort, or village," by treaty of 1795, was also overlapped in like manner with the last preceding one.
In fact, the river, owing to the flood, overlapped the bushes.
The Dimorphodon has a short beak, a deep head, and deep lower jaw, which is overlapped by the cheek bones.
In stivation, where some leaves of the calyx or corolla are overlapped on both sides by others, 98.
Yesterday had overlapped its cares, and our tired shoulders shrank from the coming burden.
overlap o·ver·lap (ō'vər-lāp')
A part or portion of a structure that extends or projects over another.
The suturing of one layer of tissue above or under another layer to provide additional strength, often used in dental surgery.
To lie over and partly cover something.
To perform a surgical overlap.