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expose

(1) To make available. When software "exposes" certain functions, it makes those routines available to the programmer through a programming interface (API). If a company "exposes" its Web services, it is making certain services available to users or to other companies over the Web.

(2) (Exposé) A feature of the Mac OS X operating system, starting with Version 10.3, that shrinks all open windows and displays them side-by-side. It is similar in purpose to the Flip 3D feature in the Windows Aero interface. See Flip 3D.


All Windows Displayed
Expose displays all open windows so that users can quickly decide which one they want to jump to.
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Imaging scientists need to balance two factors: the thicker the fluorescent layer, the more light is emitted, which exposes the film faster and more effectively.
1% expose "Outlook Properties," which are custom properties that include a user's email display name, email address and the subject line from the email that included the file as an attachment.
18% of the files include printer information that also exposes a network share name.
Finding a way to secure Web services and SOAs has been a stumbling block for many organizations that want to expose information via XML and Web services that they believe will benefit their partners, and until today, that communication has not been possible," said Eric Pulier, founder and chairman of Digital Evolution.
Alternatively they can choose to use the XML VPN Appliance to consume their partners' Web services and expose them to their applications as local services.
If one wants to obtain human data on a pesticide that is not being used at all or that is being used infrequently, one must intentionally expose human subjects to the chemical.
Because we think that some of the experiments discussed in this article could meet these conditions, we do not support a ban on experiments that intentionally expose human subjects to pesticides, and we support the U.
We argue that a study that intentionally exposes humans subjects to pesticides should be permitted if a) the knowledge gained from the study is expected to promote human health; b) the knowledge cannot be reasonably obtained by other means; c) the study is not expected to cause serious or irreversible harm to the subjects; and d) appropriate safeguards are in place to minimize harm to the subjects.
We are concerned here with the broader question of whether any type of experiment that intentionally exposes human subjects to pesticides can meet scientific and ethical standards.
We are going to expose these practices to the light of day.
State officials have estimated that the riverbed eroded about five feet to expose the sewage pipes, and that's why the sanitation districts want to bury them deeper this time, Yoshida added.
Being listed on the Berlin Stock Exchange will better expose us to the huge European financial market and enables European investors to follow our business and achievements and more easily trade our shares.