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- n. Excessive exposure.
- n. Of a famous person, excessive publicity, publication or reporting regarding that person.
- n. Exposure of film to light during the development process for a longer time than is required to accurately produce the image.
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- n. the act of exposing film to too much light or for too long a time
- n. the act of exposing someone excessively to an influencing experience
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And in this I thought he was so very wise that -- you know, it's sort of what we call overexposure, to understand that there is some majesty about leadership, and that stripping away too much of the mystery leaves one a bit naked.
Be careful with this one, Scott - overexposure is as much a killer as underexposure - possibly even more.
After months of what some critics called overexposure, President Obama has of late avoided questions from the White House press corps at large, closing the Oval Office to traditionally informal question-and-answer sessions with reporters and pulling back from the fast pace of news conferences he established when taking office.
He's got to get out there and tell the American people -- over and over again, "overexposure" be damned -- what he is fighting for, and why.
Some have accused Obama of "overexposure" to the press.
Finally, the White House seems to have woken up and realized that "overexposure" of a president is a myth propagated by those who oppose him.
I've debated the "overexposure" concern troll question myself, in meta-television segments, naturally, and the whole thing feels like the the media is eating its own tail and jumping the shark all at once.
Symone is also shrewd enough to worry about another kind of overexposure -- in the media.
Some modern factors may contribute to the proliferation of our lack of sensitivity, such as overexposure to violence on television and isolating the elderly in institutions.
The Liberal Democrat minister's comment came as Hendricks criticised the "overexposure" of skinny models, which she said was causing a crisis in "body confidence" among the young.