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to subject to danger or destruction

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This kind of technigue could easily be adopted by genuine hackers and if repeated these directors could have seriously jeopardised the security of their company's networks.
We feel safety is being jeopardised to meet unmanageable target dates.
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.
We feel safety on site is being jeopardised to meet unmanageable target dates.
Sinn Fein negotiator Martin McGuinness warned the IRA's proposals to scrap their weapons have been jeopardised.
Mr Scales admitted he was ``angered'' by this, adding: ``Lines One and Two come as a package and if Line One is jeopardised, how is traffic going to get to Paradise Street?