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time exposure

1. an exposure of a photographic film for a relatively long period, usually a few seconds
2. a photograph produced by such an exposure
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study was a six-month randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled supplementation trial with 48 healthy, young adults with screen time exposure of at least six hours daily.
Among the many factors affecting efficacy of chemical disinfectants, most important are the time exposure and concentration used.
Lucky streak: A meteor from the Leonid shower, visible as a diagonal streak between the fingers of a cactus plant, is seen in this time exposure photo taken in Tucson, Arizona.
Even though television advertising rates have gone back up from a year ago, the former prime time exposure "legitimized the infomercial business," said Bill McAlister, co-founder and co-owner, and business is doing well for a number of reasons.
It is unacceptable for the people of Wales and Scotland to be short-changed in this way and for the leaders of London parties to be given an additional 90 minutes of prime time exposure.
mutans when exposed to LTAPP at each time exposure of 60, 120, 180 and 300 seconds.
Races are broadcast live on major TV channels globally including Europe, Asia and America, such ESPN in USA and ZDF in Germany, giving GAC Qatar valuable international prime time exposure.
No doubt the cleaners, poised to begin their work during George's short time exposure, would have soon been polishing those buses, for Coventry Transport had one of the smartest and best-maintained bus fleets in the country.
His character may have been axed after two years in the soap but he reckons the prime time exposure has made him a much more bankable name.
Case 1: vibration level declared by manufacturers and time exposure obtained by directive (5.
For winter time exposure try Time Delay's Protect Face and Neck Moisturiser at pounds 10.