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harmful ultraviolet rays in a sentence

1. Their skins were exposed to harmful ultraviolet rays that had previously been absorbed by the water.

2. Officials say that advances in glass technology have allowed them to block most of the harmful ultraviolet rays that could damage the exhibited works.

3. Lighting levels for metal preservation is best kept below 300 lux (up to 150 lux in case of lacquered or painted objects, up to 50 lux in case of objects with light sensitive materials) There are many lighting options available, including LED lights and filters that block harmful ultraviolet rays.

4. The primary use of window tinting was once for privacy and protection against harmful ultraviolet rays.

5. Though the same chemical substance, ground-level ozone should not be confused with stratospheric ozone, or the ozone layer, which protects the earth from harmful ultraviolet rays.

6. One reason for the rise in sunburn could be the hole in the ozone layer - the protective layer that shields the Earth from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays.

7. which blocks harmful ultraviolet rays, expands and contracts regularly due to the sun's activities.

8. As Lesley Alderman reports in this week's Patient Money column, snow reflects nearly 80 percent of the sun's rays. That means more harmful ultraviolet rays are directed into your eyes.

9. Harmful ultraviolet rays cause 90 percent of skin damage [source: Poirot].