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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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the patient had a reduced level of consciousness and signs of a probable pneumonitis--both fitting the effects commonly associated with overexposure to LPG.
Concerned about harmful overexposures that could adversely affect the health of metal/non-metal miners, MSHA announced late last year that it would soon begin a push to enforce 56/$7.
To help prevent eye and vision damage from overexposure to UV radiation, AOA advises wearing protective eyewear anytime the eyes are exposed to UV rays, even on cloudy days and during the winter.
Early this month the central bank of Bangladesh instructed all 47 scheduled banks not to have more than 10 percent of their liabilities in the stock market and adjust overexposure by next month.
Children need to be physically active, but must learn to protect themselves from overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
of Florida said it will not renew about 60,000 homeowners policies in the state, citing overexposure and the need to "preserve financial viability.
THE Big Mac, long a symbol of globalisation, has become the latest victim of Iceland's overexposure to the world financial crisis.
First, it is an organization's ability to adapt to changes in the marketplace without: (1) creating unintended consequences in demand; (2) overexposure of a company, its assets, resources, and supply chain; and (3) placing increased pressure on the supply chain.
MONITORING SUN EXPOSURE: UVSunSense LLC introduced the UVSunSense wristband, a new, easy-to-use tool that helps people avoid overexposure to harmful ultraviolet radiation from the sun.
Jordan: Not only have we had to endure even more overexposure, her former agent has announced she's creating Katie Price mark two by taking Celeb BB's Chantelle under her wing.
The real culprit behind most facial wrinkles, spots, and blotches is not aging it's overexposure to the sun.
A new campaign aims to help parents of 8-to 12-year-olds teach their children how to avoid hearing loss due to overexposure to loud noise.