jeopardize


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to subject to danger or destruction

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Imposing these tariffs isn't going to create a single manufacturing job and instead harms hundreds of locally-owned companies, jeopardizes tens of thousands of workers, and stifles billions of dollars in investment in communities in New Mexico and across the country.
The Opposition leader said that Indian forces violations at the Line of Control are unacceptable and such violations would jeopardize the peace of the entire region.
The meeting concluded by a statement denouncing this call by Gorran and calling upon the people of Kurdistan to be wary of any attempts to jeopardize the security and stability of the Kurdistan Region.
Here's the problem: We didn't jeopardize anything because, according to Brock's own reporting, by June 6 it was a done deal.
Paying the media also jeopardizes their important role as unbiased observers in society.
Navy intervened in March 1999, saying the normal discovery process would jeopardize its right under Reynolds to keep the invention's uses secret.
DOD has issued an interim rule amending the DFARS to require DOD contractors to notify the contracting officer promptly if the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) imposes a levy that will jeopardize contract performance.
warning that it would jeopardize its part in the U.
His most important individual contribution to the opposition was his warning to the princes that unless they could ensure the safety of the innocent, they must halt the further prosecution of suspected witches or jeopardize their own salvation.
It also notes that the rise in children's soft drink consumption is leading to less milk consumption, which could jeopardize the formation of maximal
Additional requirements may be added to Block I as objective requirements that allow the materiel developer to expend funds on their development if technology matures faster than anticipated, but does not jeopardize the initial procurement if those capabilities are not realized.
Pope John Paul II warned Archbishop Williams earlier this year that the issue of homosexuality would jeopardize relations between Anglican and Roman Catholic churches.
In terms of problems with insurance, then the insurance industry needs to make changes because we cannot jeopardize the health of children.
Tom Ammiano, who in 1977 chaired San Francisco's Gay Teachers' Caucus and now is president of that city's board of supervisors, told Shilts that many gay teachers feared they would jeopardize their careers if they helped gay students.
businesses don't want to jeopardize (endanger) that relationship.