Prepositions after "superimpose"
superimpose on, upon, onto, over or after?
|In 69% of cases superimpose on is used|
|Use this to superimpose on any layout plan.|
|They are all apparent modes superimposed on its transcendent being.|
|To these ones, possible texts and graphics superimposed on the image can be applied.|
|Apparently a fear activated the image of a full staring face, which was superimposed on the profile of the other person.|
|Just as an illusory snake is superimposed on the rope, similarly an illusory personality is superimposed on the real self.|
|He showed that the movements of strings of musical instruments are composed of an infinite number of harmonic vibrations all superimposed on the string.|
|When the annihilated city center was rebuilt, a modern concrete grid was superimposed on Plymouth's crooked cobbled lanes, burying its medieval past in memory.|
|By late afternoon the dress rehearsal was winding down to its end: Dusty was giving it the big finish and I waited to cue the end roller which would be superimposed on the screen giving the credits.|
|In 9% of cases superimpose upon is used|
|This gives rise to a contradictory development, where the most advanced features are superimposed upon extremely backward conditions.|
|High tide levels vary through the lunar and solar cycle and when superimposed upon other tidal variations exceptionally high tides result.|
|In 6% of cases superimpose onto is used|
|The critical vocabularies and frameworks of pre-1945 or pre-1970 can't be superimposed onto the work of women writers and writers of color that have emerged since then.|
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