Expose [verb]

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In 2016, São Paulo accidentally exposed the medical information of 365,000 patients from the public health system.

It’s exposing the cost structure, and we need to evaluate how much you can charge for food.

So far in 2020, the highest converting articles from LinkedIn are a piece on how the economic crisis will expose a decade’s worth of corporate fraud, and one on the gulf between the stock market and the real economy.

TV ratings have long served as the only way networks could tell advertisers how many and, broadly, what type of viewers were exposed to their ads.

Keep in mind that the towels will shrink slightly after they’re first exposed to water.

“With every additional person you’re exposed to, you’re increasing your risk level,” Sickbert-Bennett says.

In the UK we’re testing the vaccine in health workers, as they’re more likely to be exposed to infection than the general population.

Rishiri, due east of Russia, is exposed to howling winds and severe storms.

That’s because similar to advertising, the more people are exposed to a call to action, the more likely it is for them to take said action.

We’re also not exposed by being heavily reliant on a handful of clients.