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exposed

Mountaineering (of a climb, pitch, or move) performed on a high, sheer, and unsheltered rock face

exposed

1. Said of an electrically live part which can be touched or approached nearer than a safe distance by a person; not suitably guarded, isolated, or insulated.
2. Said of a system (such as gas piping or electrical wiring) which is visible in the finished structure.
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To reduce the chances of injury or death related to OC spray, officers must become knowledgeable about the spray's contents, the appropriate context for its use, and the proper care of individuals exposed to OC.
9) found that when NRL condoms were exposed to six hours of ultraviolet light (275 watts), their burst pressure and volume decreased 35% and 17%, respectively.
Testing of at-risk people needs to be made mandatory under certain conditions, and those who may have been exposed must be warned.
As early as 1993, an investigation by the Senate Banking Committee had challenged such assertions, suggesting that the United States' own actions may have exposed its troops to low levels of chemical weapons when allied forces bombed Iraqi munitions facilities during the war and detonated Iraqi weapons immediately afterward.
and we can prove it because we can go into their chromosomes or into their fat tissues or into their urine and see that they have been exposed to the carcinogen.
Children who had been prenatally exposed to cocaine possessed more risk factors at birth and experienced more illnesses as they grew older.
The engine can also suffer damage if left exposed to the elements.
September 2005: Boeing settles an 8-year-old lawsuit and agrees to pay $30 million to more than 100 neighbors who claim they developed cancer and other illnesses after being exposed to contamination from the field lab.
Studies dating to the 1970s show that children exposed to lead have deficits in IQ, attention, and language.
This indicates the Texas City subjects exposed to benzene are at higher risk of developing hepatic or blood related cancer due to the inflammatory response it may produce in the bone marrow, which may be cytokine mediated or acute chemical hepatic toxicity.
Summary: United Corrosion Technologies (UCT), a provider of corrosion engineering services and solutions today announced the launch of a new range of innovative products that safeguard against the financial and structural threat of corrosion of exposed steel rebar.
Washington, Jan 12 (ANI): Adults exposed to lead at work are likely to develop cognitive problems when they grow older, according to a new study.