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to subject to danger or destruction

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The election will not be invalidated or jeopardized if it turns out this spousal consent was unnecessary.
Will this obligation be jeopardized by aggressive reinvention?
By including sufficiency language in a long-term negotiated, comprehensive solution to the timber availability crisis, we can be assured that the future of tens of thousands of hard working men and women are not jeopardized by the continuing limbo of the judicial system.
If the proposed rule were to pass, the viability of our mission to serve this community would be jeopardized.
The speed with which officials are pushing the plan through has limited public debate and even past supporters question whether the Coliseum's historic status is being jeopardized.
Had he acted upon his knowledge of the November 1985 shipment, he would have jeopardized his place in the administration or jeopardized the Reagan administration itself.
In one instance, EPA registered the pesticide chlorpyrifos, though the Fish and Wildlife Service had advised that it jeopardized 110 endangered species.
About 20 percent of the nearly 50,000 prisoners freed early from Los Angeles County jails in the past year because of the budget crunch have been arrested again within 90 days, raising concerns that public safety is being jeopardized and the justice system undermined.
More than a year ago, Harrison's career was jeopardized when he suffered two torn ligaments in his right knee.
I believe possible witnesses to a criminal homicide could be seriously compromised and our ongoing investigation seriously jeopardized,'' he wrote in a declaration in support of closing the hearing.
Reno said the Justice and Treasury departments are committed to ``ensuring that the protective functions of the Secret Service and the safety of the president are not jeopardized by questioning of current and former Secret Service personnel.
This effort is being seriously jeopardized by oil producers who are putting their narrow financial self-interest above the interests of the entire planet," said EDF senior scientist Dr.
There were fears that ``the work we were doing, probably quite well, with respect to the POWs would have been jeopardized by being too outspoken about the Nazis, with dire consequences for those we were helping, without helping those we were not helping,'' ICRC spokesman Kim Gordon-Bates told The Associated Press.
But each week that made the fetus stronger jeopardized Angela's health.
The city jeopardized its chances for funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency by breaking ground on the state-of-the-art police station before federal officials had completed the necessary environmental impact statement.