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Synonyms for hazard

Synonyms for hazard

the quality shared by random, unintended, or unpredictable events or this quality regarded as the cause of such events

exposure to possible harm, loss, or injury

a possibility of danger or harm

to expose to possible loss or damage

to run the risk of

to have the courage to put forward, as an idea, especially when rebuff or criticism is likely

Synonyms for hazard

an unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that causes an event to result one way rather than another

put forward, of a guess, in spite of possible refutation

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In the final study, researchers gave 30 participants up to five seconds to identify any hazards -- but there was a twist.
Despite the arrivals of Eder Militao, Luka Jovic and Ferland Mendy this summer, he is the first statement signing since Zinedine Zidane was reappointed in March."When you play for a team like Real Madrid there is not one single star, the team is the star," Hazard said.
But United fans will be relieved to hear Hazard all-butconfirm his departure from Chelsea after the final in Baku as he conceded he is set to leave Stamford Bridge.
'It's in the top for sure,' Hazard told the Premier League.
"Taking in that much visual data can lead us to have inattentional blindness - only seeing what we deem important to see, but being blind to many other details like potential hazards."
Accordingly, to provide clarity and eliminate confusion for employees and customers, the NAPIM SDS Evaluation committee has undertaken a program aimed at identifying printing ink raw materials which are known to have health hazard classifications that are inconsistent with the health hazard classification procedure specified in Appendix A of the HazCom standard.
The interview took place around two months ago, but Hazard would have known that it was not due for release immediately.
Once the inspector made these decisions, the Hazard Score was derived by multiplying the weighted class of harms by the likelihood of occurrence and the spread of harm (Figure 1).
In the worlds of HACCP and FSMA, the Hazard Analysis Principle and its implementation are probably the most important but perhaps the most difficult steps to accomplish in building an effective food safety plan.
By nature of different type of machinery, used especially in ginning process, creates serious fire hazard because of friction, heating, static charge, short circuit etc.
Compared with non-Hispanic white patients, the risks of suicide after self-harm were significantly higher for American Indians and Alaskan natives (hazard ratio, 4.69); the risks of suicide were also elevated for self-harm patients who initially used violent methods (hazard ratio, 18.04), especially firearms (hazard ratio, 35.73), compared with nonviolent self-harm methods (hazard ratio, 1.00, reference).
THE easiest way to gauge how close a Chelsea manager is to the sack is to study Eden Hazard as he leaves the field prematurely, which he often does.
Seismic Hazard assessment is essential component for seismic risk analysis, mitigation and emergency management.