The advert warns: "By not voting you run the risk
of short-changing our city.
People who have allergies to these two ingredients run the risk
of serious or life-threatening reactions if they consume this product.
In 1989, researchers at Harvard University Medical School discovered that people with arterial disease who wake up at night run the risk
of ischemia, a reduction in blood flow to the heart (SN: 11/25/89, p.
She said the district could try to move forward with the air-conditioning installation before March but would run the risk
of having to stop should Judge Gregory O'Brien side with Nichols in March.
female carriers may run the risk
of developing life-threatening episodes of high blood ammonia.
They don't run the risk
of dehydration and sunburn.
So while very lean animals can be developed, he says, you run the risk
of creating a meat that people won't want to eat.
Individuals who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to pecans run the risk
of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.
If the people do not comply with our request to stop setting them off, they run the risk
of going to jail.
Instead, we would run the risk
of retired educators outliving their savings and placing extraordinary financial burdens on public services.
Commissioner Stern, who initially emphasized brand building over the league's short-term financial gain, now must stand firm with the players and their management teams or run the risk
of watching the league he so brilliantly branded deteriorate.
People who have allergies to walnuts run the risk
of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.
Adopt reasonable reforms to expedite the learning of English - or run the risk
that voters fed up with the Legislature's political indifference and cowardice will turn once again to a heavy-handed and perhaps unworkable initiative as a solution.
Those who have not obtained the latest security software updates run the risk
of infection from this virus.
The United States will run the risk
of being left at the station if Congress foolishly interferes with the ability of this president to promote American trade abroad by tying the hands of American negotiators.