public exposure


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the opening of a subject to widespread discussion and debate

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This is a franchise ice cream store located next to a large upscale mall with major public exposure.
EPA Region 7 Acting Regional Administrator William Rice said, "EPA is proud to award these water infrastructure funds which will help to protect water quality and reduce the risk of public exposure to untreated sewage.
Rihanna and Brown appear to have taken great measures to avoid public exposure, including the use of decoy vehicles to throw off reporters and photographers, reports the Daily Telegraph.
The new space will host the day-to-day operations of the business and it also gives the company more public exposure, said co-owner Lance Bailey.
I kept this separation quiet out of respect of his public office and reputation, and in hopes of keeping our children from just this type of public exposure," she said in the statement.
She uses this particular debate to illustrate how opposing forces can ratchet an issue into more public exposure than either could have attained without the other.
The McGregors avoided newspaper interviews or public exposure as much as possible; Tracy W.
The international segment of Public Exposure was the most interesting part to me.
Although Environmental Protection Agency asbestos air data had not found "potential problems regarding public exposure to asbestos fibres", the Government Accountability Office report said those results might not be an accurate picture of the risk because of "monitoring gaps" and "the scaling back of monitoring sites a few months after demolitions began".
This would be a big break for small vintners who want to contribute to a good cause, while getting some much-needed public exposure for their wines.
Webb met with only middling success, his role as spokesperson for Islam at Chicago's World Parliament of Religions in 1893 "mark[ing] his moment of maximum public exposure.
This is the second public exposure of the proposed standard.
According to a letter written by Rockwell officials in 1981, the Area 1 burn pit was established in 1958 so workers could get rid of chemical waste in order to ``minimize potential public exposure which could result from transport across public highways to dispose in a conventional landfill.
It was the careful packaging of both book and author by an army of experts, and the public exposure of the mechanics of that process, that put her into a recent rogues gallery that so far includes a defense industry CEO who stole from an old book, a putative memoirist who was just making stuff up, and, most amusing of all, an author who doesn't even exist.
The Health Protection Agency (HPA) and Ofcom have taken measurements at various UK sites and concluded field strengths are thousandths of the ICNIRP general public exposure levels, but the public remains unconvinced.
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