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Jeopardy dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. And now that was in jeopardy.
2. Naturally, he can’t miss Jeopardy.
3. The quest for truth itself was in jeopardy.
4. He was putting cases in jeopardy, they said.
5. It put our whole financial system in jeopardy.
6. Game shows are still around today with Jeopardy –.
7. Ultimately their lives would be in jeopardy as well.
8. Therefore, my job security was seriously in jeopardy.
9. Nay, it is the last move in a great jeopardy, and for.
10. Do what you can, but don’t put yourselves in jeopardy.
11. It would have if Stu had not put all their lives in jeopardy.
12. If he tried to stop Sir Peter he put their lives in jeopardy.
13. But this was not the only jamming jeopardy he was exposed to.
14. Without such knowledge, your lives will always be in jeopardy.
15. You can’t have double jeopardy if the procedure didn’t occur.
16. Our regions remain in jeopardy as long as the Planes are linked.
17. But moderate Republicans in jeopardy this fall desperately wanted.
18. Will Hanor be putting his life in jeopardy if he were to enter the.
19. Because that would put all of them in jeopardy, he decided against it.
20. What had seemed briefly like a sure bet was suddenly in jeopardy again.
21. Too many of the rest of men and women ignore oneness in eternal jeopardy.
22. After all, her life was now in jeopardy because her boyfriend was a dumbass.
23. Another problem with hate crimes is that it may lead to double jeopardy.
24. When it came to Sneha, she felt that it was a case of double jeopardy for her.
25. The next couple of days cause some concern that the upward move may be in jeopardy.
26. They are sick of being sold meat and then realizing that their health is in jeopardy.
27. If his past reputation is any indicator, then the future of our holy lands are in jeopardy.
28. This glitch in their trading software actually put them in jeopardy of going out of business.
29. He urged me to do the same, as any contact between us would put his people in great jeopardy.
30. None of them would fall into any kind of jeopardy if he looked away for more than a few seconds.
31. On the other side of the coin, the Milo was in grave jeopardy of being scuttled and lost forever.
32. I couldn’t stop thinking about the Russians and how I had put everybody I cared about in jeopardy.
33. This amendment also includes the double jeopardy clause frequently quoted by legal authorities.
34. Even more dramatically, defending meaning perspectives and identity can put our whole being in jeopardy.
35. And millions of America’s young people were put into jeopardy: killed, injured, and scarred for life.
36. It would be putting the entire group in jeopardy if others took precious time to care for the disabled.
37. Bael interrupted, "The plan is to create a diversion for the Jedi, but the mission is in jeopardy now!".
38. I said a quick prayer for whoever was in jeopardy, and a prayer that we would catch the killer-rapist soon.
39. Not only does that not match cash flow (you pay now, collect later), but it puts future earnings in jeopardy.
40. On the one hand, it seemed that killing Terry would throw his future earning potential into serious jeopardy.
41. And if her mother could lie to her so easily, putting Lucia’s life in jeopardy, what type of person was she?
42. His job was thus regularly to be found in jeopardy, should he not be able to balance everything out as expected.
43. Western was close to jeopardy on required levels of capital, if the portfolio was carried at more realistic values.
44. All alive to his jeopardy, he was going "head out"; that part obliquely projecting from the mad yeast which he brewed.
45. Gaspar, fearing that his much anticipated supper date might be in jeopardy, stood again quickly and offered her his arm.
46. Nancy knew very well that she could send ZJ back to their sister school where it was reported his life may be in jeopardy.
47. On March, 19, 2011 influential unions objected to this and other new rules which could put thousands of jobs in jeopardy.
48. Speaker, what is calculated much more to put in jeopardy the neutral character of our Government is the bill on the table.
49. I was sorry that I put her through this, through pain and heartbreak but mostly I was sorry that I put her life in jeopardy.
50. Whatever had not been entered by Monday night would wait until after the Christmas break, and his plan would be in jeopardy.
51. For instance: Double Jeopardy: has been poisoning the semantic root of the meaning of an answer, by posing the answer as a question.
52. It was not enough so she tried to sell Avon products from her apartment on the side, which put her social assistance money in jeopardy.
53. The State puts others in jeopardy by virtue of its choices, making any who do not explicitly resist the State tacitly complicit with it.
54. My own future with Norma Jeane was in jeopardy the moment that army photographer clicked his shutter, Jim Dougherty once observed.
55. Pam was called to stand to hear the decision the judge made in the argument on whether or not a second execution would be double jeopardy.
56. My God forbid it me, that I should do this thing, shall I drink the blood of these men that have put their lives in jeopardy? for with the.
57. If he was, he didn’t want to know about it because he didn’t want to have the knowledge that could put his father’s life in jeopardy.
58. After all, adultery could be a double jeopardy for women, as liaisons wouldn’t address the marital irritants that push women into alien arms.
59. Darwin seems to be having reasonable weather and the veterinary clinic has been busy so her job is not in jeopardy as it was the last time we talked.
60. The issuing of them has gone far to disgrace the character of the country, and has brought into question and jeopardy the rights of real American citizens.
61. The caller also informed Gupta the security forces were treating the video of the men planning the attack, as a hoax and for now, they were not in jeopardy.
62. Most exchanges now use a combination of electronic and open outcry, and many believe that the open outcry system is in jeopardy of being retired altogether.
63. You have initiated this human into a Vulcan lifestyle without his prior consent, and in doing so the bond between you and your husband has been put in jeopardy.
64. In April and May 1962, as she continued to slip deeper into the darkest recesses of her mind, she placed the production of Something’s Got to Give in even greater jeopardy.
65. Warren Elias Rothschild the Fourth knew that with Elizabeth back in the hands of the crew that had operated her, the secret of his ownership of the Third Force was in jeopardy.
66. The TV show Double Jeopardy has distorted the difference between a question and an answer for years now, until ordinary people on the street do not give affirmative answers any more.
67. I should not believe it possible, if I had rich cargoes under sequestration in France, that I could vote free from the bias which the jeopardy of that property would throw on my mind.
68. Furthermore, Blossom Rosedale had sold her house in Magic Beach and had been intending to join us as soon as her affairs there were concluded; I couldn’t put her in jeopardy, either.
69. But in that gale, the port, the land, is that ship's direst jeopardy; she must fly all hospitality; one touch of land, though it but graze the keel, would make her shudder through and through.
70. Sergeant Francis McNamara had begun his last journey with a panicked act, consuming the rafts’ precious food stores, and in doing so, he had placed himself and his raftmates in the deepest jeopardy.
71. WTF found it quite irritating that many lives, many, many lives all over the world, were potentially in jeopardy by assisting this seeker who had squeams not about words, but letters that stood for them.
72. Times were good for this area of Syria, but all didn’t accept this Gospel, for the Jews still had a strong influence here and wouldn’t let any be swayed, if it meant that their livelihood was in jeopardy.
73. With the revival of Assyria, consolidated during the reign of Ashurnasirpal II, Bit Adini sees its trade relations in the area in jeopardy and thus, along with Babylon, promotes small uprisings in Border States with Assyria.
74. As I recall, my lord Natridom, your father, before his untimely death, fostered you out to a foreign court because his brother had become very interested in Lorila’s line of succession, and your safety was in some jeopardy.
75. His quiet, authoritative but compassionate demeanor, gave her the confidence to stop crying, and confide in him, Kathy and the others what she knew, even though she knew that by doing so she was placing her own life in serious jeopardy.
76. Again, if the dart be successful, then at the second critical instant, that is, when the whale starts to run, the boatheader and harpooneer likewise start to running fore and aft, to the imminent jeopardy of themselves and every one else.
77. There is good reason to believe everyone assigned to the Path Finder had orders to kill everyone else if the Path Finder’s mission was put in jeopardy, but we seemed to have found a way to manage our truce and have agreed on certain end goals.
78. I’m not used to putting women into such jeopardy and I am totally pissed at Johnson for changing a plan to have her followed that would have turned up nothing and have been a harmless goose chase into something that nearly cost Vicky her life.
79. Then comes Final Jeopardy and Alex has huge bat wings and tusks jutting out of his dripping maw and the audience is a choir of demons and the word jeopardy starts to echo in my head with such ferocity that I can barely make out the question.
80. Nevertheless, as the second iron is already connected with the line, and the line is running, hence that weapon must, at all events, be anticipatingly tossed out of the boat, somehow and somewhere; else the most terrible jeopardy would involve all hands.
81. It is the stressors wearing away at the threshold inhibitors which generates overly stressed, burdened, operating beyond capacity systems, thus compromising their integrity and putting them in jeopardy of catastrophic cascade failure of their immune system.
82. As in double jeopardy; it makes sense to protect citizens from repeated trials to improve prosecutorial odds of gaining convictions, but the truth, in the form of new compelling evidence such as photographic or video proof of murder, should always trump formality.
83. Thus, the double jeopardy of the Islamic religious rigidity and the Hindu caste prejudice would have insensibly pushed those hapless converts into the ‘circle of hazard’ for life, and, what is worse, tied their progeny to an alien lifestyle for all times to come.
84. It must be obvious to someone besides me that our world is approaching meltdown from the rapid increase of hideous behaviors being exhibited in every corner of it! One of you must realize that your own continued success—and survival—are in jeopardy along with all the rest of us.
85. And so, all these experts were saying, How are they going to get money to pay for content? Well, they’ve got the $2 billion coming in! And generally subscribers are loyal for longer than you would imagine! It would take much longer than most people thought to put the huge cash flow in jeopardy, no matter what happened.
86. So, even as his heart responded to her love, as his mind remained cold to her ardency, he failed to warm up to her; how the inhibitions of cultures come to influence our lives, and what a double jeopardy it was for her as she had to contend with her wretched fate as well as her man’s predicament for which she was the unwitting cause.
87. But it must be recollected, in case of the individual, that, although he may not at the particular time possess a property adequate to the payment of his debts, yet that all the property which he may subsequently acquire, will be liable for the payment of those debts; and what is more, sir, his personal liberty is always put in jeopardy.
88. He rejected his young wife for many months, and went into rehabilitation, and sometimes she felt there had been another woman, or more involved, she confided in tears, but she could not even discuss the subject with him, and their marriage was in jeopardy for quite a while, actually until she had the next child, a strapping son that changed everything for them both.
89. And, too, this man, the cruel slave-driver of thousands of human beings, having built for those injured in his service minute houses, with gardens six feet in extent, or established a fund, or a home for the aged, or a hospital, is perfectly satisfied that he has more than atoned for the moral and physical jeopardy into which he has plunged so many lives; and he continues to live calmly, proud of his work.
90. But is it so with the so-called honor-killings of the unfortunate females whom the Cupid tends into the arms of lesser males across the caste barriers? What an irony is that men invest their honor in their women all the while treating them as vassals! What idiocy the honor-killing is - would it ever restore to the family the lost honor? Why, with the infamy of murder tagged to it, it only ensures a double jeopardy for the family, won't it?’.
91. Lots of us go to Europe, but how many will make it to the darkest parts of the Dark Continent? And how many call Africa or Indonesia or Afghanistan their ethnic homeplace? Thus, even a partial-million Kosovars in jeopardy, triggers an instant response in our shed-a-tear-for-the-poor-dears zone, while multiple millions raped, massacred and dying of starvation and exposure in bare deserts and beleaguered exotic otherwheres leave otherwise warm hearts colder than D.
92. I have already given a decided opinion that a declaration of war is not to be expected; but, contrary to all reasonable calculation, should the Congress possess spirit and independence enough to place their popularity in jeopardy by so strong a measure, the Legislature of Massachusetts will give the tone to the neighboring States, will declare itself permanent until a new election of members, invite a Congress, to be composed of delegates from the Federal States, and erect a separate government for their common defence and common interest.
93. Seeing this, Don Quixote raised his eyes to heaven, and fixing his thoughts, apparently, upon his lady Dulcinea, exclaimed, "Aid me, lady mine, in this the first encounter that presents itself to this breast which thou holdest in subjection; let not thy favour and protection fail me in this first jeopardy;" and, with these words and others to the same purpose, dropping his buckler he lifted his lance with both hands and with it smote such a blow on the carrier's head that he stretched him on the ground, so stunned that had he followed it up with a second there would have been no need of a surgeon to cure him.
94. That a people, which had been more than twenty years at peace, should enter upon hostilities against a people which had been twenty years at war; that a nation, whose army and navy were little more than nominal, should engage in a war with a nation possessing one of the best appointed armies and the most powerful marine on the globe; that a country, to which neutrality had been a perpetual harvest, should throw that great blessing away for a controversy in which nothing was to be gained, and every thing valuable put in jeopardy; from these, and innumerable like considerations, the idea seemed so absurd that I never once entertained it as possible.
95. Do professed Christians fear the exposure of a self-sufficient and unconsecrated fellowship of social respectability and selfish economic maladjustment? Does institutional Christianity fear the possible jeopardy, or even the overthrow, of traditional ecclesiastical authority if the Jesus of Galilee is reinstated in the minds and souls of mortal men as the ideal of personal religious living? Indeed, the social readjustments, the economic transformations, the moral rejuvenations, and the religious revisions of Christian civilization would be drastic and revolutionary if the living religion of Jesus should suddenly supplant the theologic religion about Jesus.
96. Chattel slavery and cheap labor an unwelcome introduction into capitalism…captured Africans stripped of all personality and humanity…a mechanism of an oppressive system of human sorrows…victims of avarice and self-appointed superiority…pregnant slaves shackled to fears, her naked breasts heavy with tears, her seed in jeopardy of annihilation in a nation that defended the enslavement of Africa’s babies because black skin made it so…no place to go but Heaven… with the connection to Africa stricken from the reach of her children… but the royalty that flows through the veins of her offspring has managed to elude the adversary’s thievery…it remains unscathed, needing only recognition of its presence…the Transatlantic and watery graves, but those that survived became chained up slaves, yet the royalty remains.
97. Chattel slavery and cheap labor an unwelcome introduction into capitalism…captured Africans stripped of all personality and humanity…a mechanism of an oppressive system of human sorrows…victims of avarice and self-appointed superiority…pregnant slaves shackled to fears, her naked breasts heavy with tears, her seed in jeopardy of annihilation in a nation that defended the enslavement of Africa’s babies because black skin made it so…no place to go but Heaven… with the connection to Africa stricken from the reach of her children… but the royalty that flows through the veins of her offspring has managed to elude the ad¬versary’s thievery…it remains unscathed, needing only recognition of its presence…the Transatlantic and watery graves, but those that survived became chained up slaves, yet the royalty remains.

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