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Exposedtoo much, especially of filmor a photograph.
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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A.J., as all the new video of Nadya Suleman pours in, does she give new meaning to the term overexposed if she has any hopes of making an entertainment deal in the future?
I am not 'overexposed' -- the only true meaning of that word is in photography.
So the latest meme from our emotionally overburdened conventional media -- that Barack Obama is "overexposed" -- is essentially non-serious.
Because of my job, I spent much of the week prior to the North Carolina and Indiana primaries filing interviews with media and religious leaders explaining how Wright was misunderstood by the media - "taken out of context", "overexposed" - by a salacious, silly, ratings-driven press.
Of course, Ann Coulter wasn't included either, though I suspect that has more to do with Cimbalo feeling that she's already overexposed, which is probably the same reason he also excluded Sarah Palin.
Many of these photos are overexposed, which is easily fixable with good editing software.
While the pic of your daughter is overexposed, that is what makes the photo interesting.
The actor - who stars opposite Jennifer Aniston in recent box office flop The Bounty Hunter - says he feels a little overexposed, which is why his role in ... celebslam. celebuzz.com 7 days ago - Gerard Butler has a wandering finger So the guy on the right is Gerard Butler.
ANDREW: The brilliant world-builders at Pixar never let any of their films or characters get too overexposed, which is one of the things that maintains their high credibility.
In one sense Gibbs is right: Ever since the inauguration, and especially since the health care debate began in earnest in the fall, the Obama administration has done nothing weekly presidential addresses on YouTube, the prime-time speech on health care to a joint session of Congress, and the constant hawking of the administration's line on cable news-all of which drew charges that Obama was "overexposed" - it's hard to say that the White House hasn't done enough talking.