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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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This double exposure photograph has become an iconic image in studies of Jekyll and Hyde and its adaptation for stage and screen (see Plate 1); it is used, for example, as the cover for Julia Reid's recent Robert Louis Stevenson, Science and the Fin de Siecle and Martin Danahay and Alex Chisholm's Jekyll and Hyde Dramatized, which also reproduces the script of Mansfield's performance.
The clearance of residential properties from the city centre core can be seen in the residential double exposure map (Fig.
Cool shooting modes: Double exposure and time lapse front camera video capability
Qatar-based Doha Bank is projecting to launch more branches in India and double exposure to $5 billion in next three years.
His topics include double exposure and network economics, the equilibrium of trophic and ecological networks, the Peruvian puzzle, the worldwide supply chain for tuna, and the coexistence of small and big fish.
No digital manipulation, no double exposure negatives.
A bit later in the day, an interview with the Oakland Examiner's David Moore was published making it a double exposure Friday for McCarter.
You laugh upon finding Hein's Double Exposure, 2008, in the back room of the gallery--a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses bent so that their mirrored lenses are at right angles to one another.
Matthew, of Mansfield, Notts, said: "Either The Force was with her - or it's a simple case of double exposure.
The double exposure followed the revelation that the regional development agency, One NorthEast, employs 11 staff in its communications department.
His use of the blurred image and double exposure in his two 1948 New York street photographs Beauty in the Wind and Untitled (Under the Sherry-Netherlands Clock) are imaginative studies of attractive women offering an escape from the more sombre realities he usually portrayed.
The result -- a relatively normal-appearing L-1 and L-2, with a double exposure more pronounced in L-3 through L-5.