Definition of exploitation
: an act or instance of exploiting exploitation of natural resources exploitation of immigrant laborers clever exploitation of the system
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The bigger problem, of course, has to do with the show's exploitation of the rift itself.
Your continued exploitation of these types of events result in targeted attacks by other hoaxers.
This is disrespectful , disgusting, and exploitation at its worst!!!
The Mobile County Sheriff's Office took Loyala Surangani McCants into custody on Friday (June 23) and charged her with three counts of first-degree financial exploitation of an elderly person.
Walleye stocks in southern Green Bay were decimated during the early to mid-1900s by habitat destruction, pollution, interactions with invasive species and over-exploitation, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
GLOW creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch were inspired to make the show because of their fascination with the original GLOW and its unique blend of empowerment and exploitation, Flahive recently told Vanity Fair.
And if the geographical separation between the two industries is narrow, the psychological isn’t even that, the porn industry overtly about what the movie industry is covertly: sex and fantasy, objectification and exploitation.
The task force is a national network of 61 task forces involving thousands of agencies that investigate child abuse and exploitation cases online.
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