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to subject to danger or destruction

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As you will appreciate, the Centre of Excellence development is an opportunity for significant employment and regeneration improvements to the locality which cannot be jeopardised.
HALF of the firms in an IT study, including Merseyside companies, jeopardised their network security.
A WORKMAN on the Grosvenor's pounds 920m shopping development yesterday claimed safety was being jeopardised to meet targets.
But all this will be jeopardised if, under Government plans, the Ambulance Service is merged with the West Midlands Ambulance Service, which has far slower response times.
But if there had been any escalation in clinical emergencies it would have jeopardised patients.
New Jersey company Haynes Security could have jeopardised security at Newark airport by employing 27 people with criminal records, according to prosecutors.
A WORKMAN on the Grosvenor's pounds 920m shopping development today claimed safety was being jeopardised to meet targets.