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to subject to danger or destruction

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We would like to further assure that the invitation is for further investigation and if need be, all those culpable of jeopardising operations security will be prosecuted by the relevant law enforcement agency.'
Labour Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith claimed Mr Cameron was "jeopardising jobs".
The 51-year-old apologised for jeopardising Montgomerie's Open, but did not withdraw his comment that what the Scot did in Jakarta - incorrectly replacing his ball after a weather delay - was "a form of what you would call cheating."
Cllr Anderson added: "If you jeopardise education, you are jeopardising young people, and that means you are jeopardising the future of Liverpool."
Valcke had confirmed Fifa's executive will agree to a one-off under-23 tournament taking place without jeopardising the status of any of the home nations, said Murphy.
Failure to address transport infrastructure problems is "jeopardising UK economic prospects", world travel and tourism leaders said in London yesterday.
The site was caught up in the Los Angeles riots of 1992, which had the effect of temporarily putting the project on hold (and potentially jeopardising it altogether), only now is it complete.
"Individuals engaging in this type of activity are jeopardising the agriculture and food services sector."