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to subject to danger or destruction

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As per guidance from the Armed Forces of the Philippines , we refrain from making comments on the latest developments in the main battle area of Marawi at this time; as ongoing operations may be jeopardized, as well as the lives of the remaining hostages, or soldiers in the frontlines,' Abella said in a statement.
The contribution was returned by Parks' campaign and the church was warned such donations jeopardized its tax-exempt status.
has appointed an independent counsel, Michael Stern, an experienced but low-profile Capitol Hill lawyer--to look into whether national security was jeopardized by Duke's crimes.
The appeals court held that summary judgment was precluded by a genuine issue of material fact as to whether it was reasonable for the officer to use of pepper spray and force against the prisoner who failed to obey commands, but who had not jeopardized any person's safety or threatened prison security.
The online service is continuously updated and is proactive, prompting users to take necessary actions before compliance is jeopardized.
Provincial Nominee Program, their chances of being granted landed immigrant status would be jeopardized.
Some of his ideas are so far from other researchers' that Folkman has turned to the private sector for funding and at times jeopardized his surgical career.
However, their co-workers may believe that their own safety is jeopardized if affected officers do not disclose their HIV status.
Medtrans asserted, under established California law and court-approved jury instructions concerning the duration of a professional's responsibility, that a CPA could not, under any circumstances, withdraw from an engagement if it unduly jeopardized the interest of a client.
the government's interests will not be jeopardized by treating the election as valid.
If these unwarranted exemptions are approved, workforce quality will suffer and resident health will be severely jeopardized.
THE deal worked out between the Los Angeles Police Department and the LAX Airport Police settles a long-simmering dispute that could have jeopardized public safety.
Will this obligation be jeopardized by aggressive reinvention?
Quintero and his colleagues performed the procedure, called operative fetoscopy, to tie a knot in the umbilical cord of an 18-week-old fetus that lacked a brain and heart and jeopardized the life of its healthy twin, they write in the Feb.
If the proposed rule were to pass, the viability of our mission to serve this community would be jeopardized.