I see the blue and I see the beige and I see two peoples with complex, overlapping ties to the same land.
Iannucci credits the films of Robert Altman and the use of overlapping dialogue as a huge inspiration.
Right now, overlapping regulations keep responsible young families from buying their first home.
When he came to office, President Obama inherited three overlapping wars.
There are four overlapping shooting crew shifts (and four craft services shifts too).
Garnish the beans with three tomatoes cut in slices and arranged in a circle one overlapping the other.
It is in the overlapping belt that both should be freely used.
These birds are eight in all, gathered in two groups of four about the large and overlapping hinges.
However, the sight of the roses, overlapping the water-jug, pacified him; they smelt so sweet.
The shakes on the side are put on the same as shingles, overlapping each other and breaking joints as shown in the illustration.
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.