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overexpose

[¦ō·vər·ik′spōz]
(graphic arts)
To expose a photographic film or plate with too much light or for too long a time.
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During its investigation, OSHA conducted personal and bulk sampling in February and March 2016, and found 14 employees were overexposed to lead.
But, it should be done because some high-flying careers have ended up crash-landing and ending because the overexposed luminaries couldn't tell when enough was-too much
From high profile politicians to overexposed celebs, here are five major Twitter boo-boos that had everyone talking.
Peter Bacon Pop Maroon 5 Overexposed No stranger to the singles charts thanks to their "overexposed" collaboration with Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger and Christina Aguilera, Californian pop-rockers Maroon 5 return with their fourth album, the tongue-incheek titled Overexposed.
Summary: Maroon 5 say the success of their hit single Moves Like Jagger gave them the idea to name their latest album Overexposed.
The star admitted he felt overexposed and would like to disappear to "the country making pork pies and chutneys".
Celebrities packed the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City last night for Comedy Central's roast of Donald Trump, the developer, presumed presidential candidate, "Celebrity Apprentice" overlord, prospective baseball mogul, hopeful Tavern on the Green rescuer, and all-around overexposed personality.
Lending to the sector had dried up as banks felt overexposed after five years of heavy lending.
There have been quite a few short skirts in the royal enclosure - it's quite disturbing," noted Sherwood, although legs have not been the only thing overexposed.
But, he said, those regulators were "asleep at the switch," failing not only to assess properly the riskiness of AIG's credit default swap portfolio but also the degree to which regulated commercial and investment banks were overexposed to the risk AIG might be unable to meet its obligations to counterparties.
Dear Overexposed, Agreed, that wasn't your finest hour.