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Synonyms for exposure

Synonyms for exposure

the condition of being laid open to something undesirable or injurious

something disclosed, especially something not previously known or realized

Synonyms for exposure

vulnerability to the elements

the act of subjecting someone to an influencing experience

the disclosure of something secret

aspect resulting from the direction a building or window faces

the state of being vulnerable or exposed

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the intensity of light falling on a photographic film or plate

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the act of exposing film to light

presentation to view in an open or public manner

abandoning without shelter or protection (as by leaving as infant out in the open)

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In addition, increased Web site traffic translates into increased exposure to personal and advertising injury claims.
Currently, the federal government's goal is to reduce lead exposure in children to 10 ug/dl of blood, a vast reduction from the 60 ug/dl considered acceptable in 1970.
1 rem per year throughout a person's lifetime might contribute an average of 550 excess deaths from cancer per 100,000 people exposed -- provided each year's exposure occurs in one single dose.
We did not design the study to focus on whether or not needlestick prevention laws help reduce blood exposures in paramedics, but the fact that the exposure rates for paramedics in California are only one-fourth of the rates in the country as a whole suggests that the law worked," said Dr.
This is partly due to the lack of precision in the methods to integrate exposure over time, the inability to characterize the attributable risk from multiple exposures (i.
They cover a number of areas, including the following: Engineering controls and good work-place practices, including periodic exposure assessments and written compliance programs; employee exposure levels; respiratory protection; protective clothing and equipment; hygiene and housekeeping; medical surveillance, monitoring and removal from the workplace, if necessary; recordkeeping; and employee information and training.
Most common was a monthly exposure spreadsheet that each business unit emailed to the corporate treasury.
2003), we provided a detailed dose estimation to support our conclusion that consumption of organic fruits, vegetables, and juices in the study population would shift exposure from a range of uncertain risk to a range of negligible risk.
How these coverage questions are resolved will have a significant impact on the financial exposure of the insurance and welding industries for potential welding fume liabilities.
Exposure to mold and the byproducts of mold is not an unusual condition in the human environment.
The researchers studied semen exposure by examining data on 1,485 female condom uses that took place 24 hours or more after the previous act of intercourse, and for which PSA results were available; they used two criteria of exposure, to take into account random variations in PSA levels.
A local lawyer enrolled the study participants anonymously on the basis of their possible exposure to the illegally imported rabbit material.
What the new calculations indicate, Steenland told SCIENCE NEWS, "is that there is a dose response--we see a trend of more disease with more exposure.
This undue emphasis, in turn, caused many banks to neglect other critical elements of effective credit risk management, including in-depth credit analyses of counterparties, effective exposure measurement and management techniques, and the use of stress testing.