Overstrike


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Overstrike

A situation in which a coin is struck over another coin, rather than over a blank disk. Usually, the overstrike is the same denomination, but sometimes two different denominations are struck on the same coin. In any case, it is so rare that it can affect the value of a coin.
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These facts are indicated in row (r,w) of Figure 4 by crossing out (via an italicized, underlined, overstrike, eg "<s>T</s>") the preferences t,u, or w as logically possible social preferences in the rows corresponding to (r,w) and (r,t).
Then if you want to discourage some form of behavior, use the "Not Allowed" overstrike.
"If the system detects a bar code whose quality does not meet the required grade standard, the printer overstrikes the entire label with a checkerboard pattern and then reprints a new one," Edwards continues.
298-312: Much controversy has surrounded the dates of the so-called frataraka coins from Persis, some of them overstrikes of coins of Seleucus I and Antiochus I.
In addition, the South Dakota Code Counsel publishes the Session Laws for each legislative session containing the enacted bills, joint resolutions, and proposed constitutional amendments passed for that session, with overstrikes and underscores added to show the effects of amendments.
Unfortunately, for uppercase characters the diacritic overstrikes the uppercase characters.
It provides complete verification of the RFID data and overstrikes bad labels to alert users if the RFID data cannot be encoded.
Avoid "overstrikes," where the handle, not the tool head, hits the intended target.