She tells clients to open curtains as much as possible to get exposure to natural light right when the body is waking up.
Undergarments did enjoy a brief moment of exposure in the 18th century, with the ruling class indulging in decorative corsets.
She added a level of exposure to this movie that my name alone could never have created.
For a small inducement—the exposure of a credit-default swap—they can get a dollar of bad assets off their own books.
And as these women spend so much time at work, there is a lack of exposure.
Look, therefore, with horror upon the exposure of the bosom and all other indecencies!
exposure, wet feet, were as suicidal in her condition as poison, he had told her.
Fortunately, it turned out to be nothing but a mere dizziness resulting from exposure to the sun.
Accustomed as they were to exposure, these hardships must have caused severe suffering.
While returning from this he was shipwrecked, and perished from hunger and exposure on the island of Zante.