E-Xposed
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\ik-ˈspōzd\

Etymology : Middle English, from Anglo-French exposer, from Latin exponere to set forth, explain (perfect indicative exposui), from ex- + ponere to put, place — more at position, 15th century
Function : adjective

1: to be exposed in open media by others with or without legal permission

2: it also has a second definition that can be found here

flickr:2090833495

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Associated words
environet
end user 2-0
locasphere
virtual nomads
everyware
exposecret

Bibliography
1. image taken from here

(gabriel ochoa, 4/12/07)
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