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(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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Matching data from this type of study with PD measurements could eliminate the need for a clinical study that intentionally exposes individuals to pesticides.
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.
Using screens for extraoral radiography allows an image to be formed using far less radiation than would be required to expose the film directly.
Today, as a result, dental offices that use a green-emitting screen system expose their patients to one-half the radiation as those that continue to use the older "blue" screen systems (Fig.
When the kids got off he would expose himself,'' said Sgt.
For the study, Bitform analyzed 8,038 files for more than two dozen specific types of metadata and hidden information which have the potential to expose proprietary or confidential information, breach corporate policies and open security holes.
You don't have to expose your trade secrets to open your organization to potential harm.
questionable applicability of human tests in understanding chronic health effects (this difficulty may be hard to overcome, as few researchers want to deliberately expose test subjects for any lengthy period);
At the south end of the system, a series of shallow old workings expose a banded quartz vein that contains high-grade gold mineralization.