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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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uk/over-500000-car-tracking-devices-passwords-accidentally-leaked-due-misconfigured-cloud-server-1640405) cloud servers having been exposed  in mid-September.
Established in 1996, the GlaxoSmithKline registry has accumulated data on 849 pregnancies exposed to the drugs.
Exposed Steel Rebar Corrodes Construction Value and Eats Away at Safety Standards
The men who built lead batteries were exposed to it in the air and through their skin.
the scientists exposed the mussels to various concentrations of fluoxetine in the lab.
Certain risks associated with prenatal exposure to diethylstilbestrol (DES) may be carried over to the next generation, according to results of a study of 463 women whose mothers had been exposed to DES prenatally and 330 whose mothers had not been exposed to the drug.
What's critical here is that people have been exposed here unwillingly and without their knowledge,'' said Steven Wing, University of North Carolina associate professor of epidemiology and co-chairman of the Santa Susana Field Lab Advisory Panel, which commissioned the studies.
When Guillette had four- and five-year-old children draw pictures of people, the children who had been closely exposed to the use of chemicals created images of lines and circles, limbs sometimes depicted within torsos, and facial features distorted so that the pictures were barely reminiscent of their own bodies.
In his youth, he worked at a charcoal plant in Mexico, where he burned wood and was exposed to massive amounts of smoke.
Gulf War veterans exposed to chemical munitions destroyed in Iraq were almost twice as likely to die from brain cancer as their unexposed colleagues, Tim A.
His isn't just a focus on politics, however--SAUDI ARABIA EXPOSED focuses on how regular Saudis live under the Al-Saud family, how the family's rulings foster resentments among the populace, and how regional divisions are threatening the kingdom.
So set the M6 at one hole exposed or lower to fire the MK19.