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exposure

noun danger, discovery, exposé, exposition, hazard, jeopardy, laying open, liability, manifestation, openness, perceptibility, peril, presentation, publication, publicity, revelation, risk, susceptibility, susceptivity, unfolding, unmasking, visibility, vulnerability
Associated concepts: exposure to asbestos, exposure to toxic chemical, insurance coverage and exposure
See also: admission, bad repute, detection, disclosure, discovery, expression, impeachment, manifestation, publicity, risk
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Noteworthy, Eleutherococcus alone has no effect on those networks, particularly on encephalitis network, while KJ deregulates 11 genes which have predictable inhibitory effect on infection, while APE regulates only 5 genes which are activated in encephalitis, it can be speculated that APE in combination with ESE may have better therapeutic effect, since more targets are affected.
We're thrilled our presence in China now comprises the adept and knowledgeable teams of both AP Tech and ESE.
To meet immediate process requirements and allow for future expansion, users can install one or more ESE chillers and then add more modules up to a total of six for cooling capacities up to 960 tons.
The Supply Corps officer, who deploys as the ESE OIC serves as the N4 department head of the deployed mobile unit, is accountable for ensuring the logistics, financials, facilities, vehicle maintenance, weapons, medical care and communications requirements are effectively executed to enhance mission objectives.
The strike extent to the ESE will be tested later with a substituted optimised hole(GHD007).
Lee Newell, Online Marketing Executive at ESE Direct said: “We came to Postcode Anywhere as we needed a way to speed up our order entry process to enable us to handle the significant increase in business we have been enjoying over the last three years.
Held annually in Brussels for the past 20 years, the ESE is considered the most important seafood exposition in the world.
The ESE is a key date in the seafood industry calendar," said PAIPED's Ambusaidi.
According to the [proposed] amendments of the Central Depository and Registry Law, the ESE will be able to own at least a 51 percent of MCDR's shares," a Ministry of Investment statement released on May 11 said.
Two automotive components with complicated geometry couldn't outsmart the engineers at ESE LLC when machining in a traditional orthogonal workholding fixture was not possible.
Eileen Castle, Principal of Lake Alfred Elementary, said: "One of my ESE students who is using Soliloquy Reading Assistant has improved his reading by one entire grade level in only a four months.