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- The exploitation of natural resources is the use of natural resources for economic growth, sometimes with a negative connotation of accompanying environmental...
- The Exploited are a Scottish hardcore punk band from Edinburgh, Scotland, formed in 1979 in Edinburgh, Scotland by Stevie Ross and Terry Buchan and later...
- unjustifiably. Exploit can mean: Exploit (natural resources) Exploit (computer security) Exploit (video gaming) Exploitation of labour, Marxist and other...
- Exploitation may refer to: Exploitation of natural resources Exploitation of labour Exploitation fiction Exploitation film Exploitation (film), a 2012...
- films, and their themes are sometimes influenced by other so-called exploitative media, such as pulp magazines. They often blur the distinctions between...
- and exploitations) as they are not sufficient cir****stances to bring about exploitative transfers. To further explain the occurrence of exploitative cir****stances...
- ****uality than in ****. Additionally, works considered degrading or exploitative tend to be cl****ified by those who see them as such, as "****" rather...
- a highbrow approach to marketing the film opposed to focusing on its exploitative nature. Columbia's president David Begelman and former Young & Rubicam...
- Exploitation fiction is a type of literature that includes novels and magazines that exploit ****, violence, drugs, or other elements meant to attract readers...
- Retrieved March 10, 2012. Goodin, Dan (October 10, 2012). "Google Chrome exploit fetches "Pinkie Pie" $60,000 hacking prize". Ars Technica. Condé Nast....
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