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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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You then frame the landscape scene and program in the exposure time and number of shots you want, or the span of time you wish to shoot over.
Times\Conc Three-days incubation time [micro]g/ml 1 hr exposure time 2 hrs exposure time 0.
1-3 represents the effect of exposure time on the mechanical properties of the PE films in three areas of Xinjiang (Shihezi, Kuitun, and Bole).
AO-35: Reasonable Exposure Time in Real and Personal Property Opinions of Value
When considering both market value and liquidation value, mortgage bankers should know that appraisers must carefully consider exposure time in order to generate credible opinions of value.
Is the task of deriving an estimate of exposure time, as defined in the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) and Appraisal Institute Guide Note 14, a proper appraisal procedure, or is this requirement unfounded in the science of economics on which appraisal is based?
The dependence of CA and surface free energy on exposure time by at different discharge powers was determined by standard goniometry (Fig.
Moreover, our results showed that, at a fixed exposure time, increasing the glucose concentrations led to reduced viability of protoscolices, a finding in agreement with the results of other researchers [5, 14-16].
Failure to consider this unobserved exposure time has the potential to misclassify exposed person-time as unexposed.
Picture taken with a fish-eye lens and four-minute exposure time.
Therefore, the present study examined the effect of parasitoid exposure time durations to the host on the parasitoid emergence rate, the parasitoid progeny sex ratio, on the host mortality level, and on the role of host-rearing substrate cues in stimulating host-searching behavior in parasitoid females.