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to subject to danger or destruction

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Failure to do so in any given year can jeopardize that year's payout.
Any advertent or inadvertent delay can seriously jeopardize his health,' he added.
He also cited the increasing incidents of hate speech which he said must be controlled through existing laws or could jeopardize the exercise.
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.
Any PR company would have to follow suit not to jeopardize business or profits.
ESDC chairman Charles Gargano has said that it would take months to put a new plan that includes the MSG relocation through a formal approval process, a time frame that could jeopardize the project's federal funding.
This election provides an alternative mechanical method, under which the charity's lobbying activities will not jeopardize its tax-exempt status as long as its expenditures do not exceed certain limits.
So much so, in fact, that the health snack company this winter launched a nationwide campaign to help ski resorts, skiers, and snowboarders combat global warming, which threatens to reduce snowfall and jeopardize winter sports for years to come.
The Supreme Court sided with the government, ruling that, in a time of "vigorous preparation for national defense," the judicial branch "should not jeopardize the security which the [secrets] privilege is meant to protect by insisting upon an examination of the evidence."
The failure to delineate the different parts of the exchange with counsel may jeopardize privilege protection for the entire exchange.
Requires contractors to promptly notify the contracting officer if a levy that will jeopardize contract performance is imposed on a contract.
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.