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- n. exposure
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- n. Exposure.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Exposure.
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In the m阬閑 of this exposal of their loves and reciprocal affection he found himself unable to resist the entreaties of all parties that the lodgings in the High Street should be given up.
His jocular exposal of the colyumist's trade secret compares it to the boarding-house keeper's rotation of crops:
I believe our corrupted air, and frequent thick fogs, are in a great measure owing to the common exposal of our wit; and that with good management, our poetical vapours might be carried off in a common drain, and fall into one quarter of the town, without infecting the whole, as the case is at present, to the great offence of our nobility, and gentry, and others of nice noses.
Valerie, and on this he tried to draw her on, from her rejection of such heroism, to some exposal of her own conception of truth, her own opinions about life, a venture in which he always failed.
In the _mêlée_ of this exposal of their loves and reciprocal affection, he found himself unable to resist the entreaties of all parties that the lodgings in the High Street should be given up.
As we all know that Solar Panels require sun energy to generate electricity, therefore, the best location for the Solar Panel to receive the most exposal to the Sun is the Rooftop.
Solar Panel to receive the most exposal to the Sun is the Rooftop.