Definition of Public exposure
1. Noun. The opening of a subject to widespread discussion and debate.
Generic synonyms: Transmission
Specialized synonyms: Circulation, Extension, Propagation
Derivative terms: Disseminate, Spread
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Public Exposure
Literary usage of Public exposure
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Young Japan: Yokohama and Yedo by John R Black (1880)
"public exposure IN THE STREETS OF YOKOHAMA.—THE EXECUTION GROUND. THE EXECUTIONER. PRISONER'S DEMEANOUR.—HIS ANATHEMA AGAINST FOR- ..."
2. The Irish Jurist (1863)
"... second, that there was no evidence of any public exposure; third, that the court had no jurisdiction to amend the second count in the manner specified; ..."
3. Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the Courts in by Edward William Cox (1865)
"... second, that there was no evidence of any public exposure; third, that the Court had no jurisdiction to amend the second count in the manner specified; ..."