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    1. They have a tough plastic or hide side to expose to the ground, or sand in this case, with a nylon lining and dacron batting

    2. The harder you try, the more you expose yourself to injury

    3. He wondered if he should go to the council with this question? That would certainly expose everything of Tahlmute's past and doing that would likely lose him the job

    4. They needed him to expose her real identity

    5. so that he can expose her essence,

    6. Oh where! Where! Where shall I expose? I will not

    7. Expose the one that would keep the

    8. Although why anyone wanting to expose themselves outside Green Lanes would do it at seven-thirty on a Sunday morning is a mystery to me

    9. to expose her neck

    10. “I don’t expose a picture anyway,” she said

    1. Ensure that she is exposed of both men and women doing all sorts of

    2. "I think that the kinds of things that women are exposed to tend to be in more of a chronic or repeated nature

    3. Men go to war and are exposed to combat stress

    4. Men are exposed to more acts of random physical violence

    5. The kinds of interpersonal violence that women are exposed to tend to be in domestic situations, by, unfortunately, parents or other family members, and they tend not to be one-shot deals

    6. Though why I should be, I don’t know … we live in a very exposed world when it comes to what is considered newsworthy

    7. The children are exposed to good habits (‘sanskars’) by the elders

    8. In urban areas this is not easy, as people are not exposed to the community living as is possible in villages

    9. Most of us have been exposed to the concept of God from our childhood

    10. We have also the responsibility to help our less fortunate brethren, at least in their old age, to be exposed to spiritual thoughts and service to others instead of self-preservation

    1. It always exposes

    2. Planting during the wrong time of year also exposes plants to insects that would not normally affect your plants, if they planted at the right time

    3. Having women in the business meeting exposes them to the

    4. And what is it that is represented at the cross that so exposes them? Nothing more grants us access into an understanding of how they operate like the cross of Jesus Christ

    5. When the light of the kingdom of God shines it exposes the lies of the enemy and sets the captives free

    6. If, by not raising the price high enough, he discourages the consumption so little, that the supply of the season is likely to fall short of the consumption of the season, he not only loses a part of the profit which he might otherwise have made, but he exposes the people to suffer before the end of the season, instead of the hardships of a dearth, the dreadful horrors of a famine

    7. survive the hardships to which the bad conduct of their parents exposes them, yet the example of that bad conduct commonly corrupts their morals ; so that, instead of being useful to society by their industry, they become public nuisances by their vices and disorders

    8. ) He unwittingly exposes the left"s ignorant, self-serving interpretation of our Constitution by referring to the chimera of a „living constitution

    9. exposes their real purposes

    10. Finally, the sea recedes and exposes the seabed which gradually turns into desert

    1. turned as he fell, and a razored paw ripped across his chest, exposing bone and torn

    2. Provide a way to access the elements of an aggregate object sequentially without exposing its

    3. As you are already aware, I have been researching the condensates in the dark bodies along our path by exposing captive antimatter condensates to the tangler beam while it is illuminating bodies too big for collection

    4. When Boras took the throne, it would be for a very short time; Matai planned on killing him and exposing his devious plans, thus proving his loyalty to Aura

    5. The witch stood over him and smiled, exposing her

    6. The book pages were all picked up exposing the

    7. given her when she was married did a great job of exposing every injury, and

    8. The spotlight was turned on the floor now, exposing a platform

    9. Heather opened the wide double doors to her family’s home, exposing the

    10. Heather took the wet rag and wiped the blood away, exposing a one-inch

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    Synonyms for "expose"

    expose unmasking debunk break bring out disclose discover divulge give away let on let out reveal uncover unwrap endanger peril queer scupper display exhibit jeopardize jeopardise make liable imperil lay open subject betray bring to light show up make known muck-rake bare report show uncloak

    "expose" definitions

    the exposure of an impostor or a fraud

    expose or make accessible to some action or influence

    make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret

    to show, make visible or apparent

    remove all or part of one's clothes to show one's body

    reveal to view as by removing a cover

    put in a dangerous, disadvantageous, or difficult position

    expose to light, of photographic film

    expose while ridiculing; especially of pretentious or false claims and ideas

    abandon by leaving out in the open air