overexposure


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the act of exposing film to too much light or for too long a time

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the act of exposing someone excessively to an influencing experience

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The UV Index is a forecast of the sun's UV intensity and the expected risk of overexposure to the sun.
LIFE-CHANGING: Overexposure already has more than one million views online and deals with the effects of teens sending intimate images
The company says like its predecessors in the same line, this new Pregius series sensor employs global-shutter technology and users of previous-generation VC Z series cameras are very familiar with it and have come to appreciate its hands-on benefits over rolling shutters or CCDs: there is no bloom, smear, distortion, or overexposure in images captured with global shutter CMOS sensors.
Applying sunscreen before outside school activities will prevent overexposure to the sun's UVA and UVB rays, thus preventing many forms of skin cancer -including melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer."
CVS from blue light overexposure can be easily diagnosed through a comprehensive vision check.
X-rays rejected due to overexposure were 48.8%, 37.9% due to underexposure, 6.9% due to faulty positioning, 6.9% due to patient movement and 3% due to artifacts.
"We have Premier League football practically every day of the week and I ask you, are we not at risk of overexposure? "If we are asking away supporters to give up another afternoon at work to travel, is that fair?
While low levels of exposure to boric acid are not considered to be a health risk, overexposure to boric acid has the potential to cause developmental and reproductive health effects.
Though India's overexposure within the emerging market basket has gradually declined, India has overtaken China in terms of direct equity allocation by US investors.
The HSE regulations have forced the industry to re-evaluate the threat of overexposure to vibration in order to keep its employees safe.
He warned: "An inability to concentrate, to listen, to follow instructions and to consider others may be a consequence of overexposure at a very young age to computer games and the virtual world."
A literature search found only two cases of LPG overexposure, with resultant rhabdomyolysis.
A study by the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden found that overexposure to social media can actually reduce your memory capacity.
Rudolf Kwan, chief medical officer of Kinex Pharmaceuticals, said, 'Actinic Keratosis is a common dermatological problem with long-term overexposure to the sun's ultraviolet light.