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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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'When I was in my mother's womb I was overexposed to testosterone which meant my female genitalia was enlarged and looked like a penis,' said Dark.
The Black Panther Party's health activism--its network of free health clinics, its campaign to raise awareness about genetic disease, and its challenges to medical discrimination--was an expression of its founding political philosophy and also a recognition that poor Black people were underserved by mainstream medicine and overexposed to its harms.
JUSTIN BIEBER NAMED the most overexposed celebrity in a survey this week.
Washington, Jan 24 ( ANI ): Anne Hathaway has revealed that she felt overexposed after winning an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 2013.
Overexposed centers on texting when a couple fights and the guy texts a racy picture of his ex-girlfriend to the rest of the school.
On the areas overexposed to UV, such as the face and the hands, pigmented age spots appear.
The accompanying photo of the stone wall shows different degrees of exposure, from left: overexposed (too much light, the photo is bright); proper exposure; and underexposed (not enough light, the photo is dark).
Levine says he and his bandmates are riding high off the success of last year's platinum-selling "Overexposed."
Ranging from company representatives to magazine editors, one or more guest judges will join the show each week to evaluate both the Snapshot and Overexposed Challenges.
It is much easier to coax detail out of shadowy underexposed areas than to put colour back into overexposed areas.
We perceive Norilsk Nickel as overexposed to negative fundamentals on two fronts: sales geography and sales mix.
It can also locate and decode codes that are overexposed or underexposed, without requiring multiple retries.