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  1. I will not jeopardize that.
  2. That it might jeopardize them.
  3. He saw no reason to jeopardize what he already.
  4. Outside stress can jeopardize the flow experience.
  5. You could jeopardize our progress, you could—.

  6. We can’t do anything to jeopardize our own positions.
  7. Nothing must jeopardize the relationship with her grandmother.
  8. But I did not expect you to jeopardize your health in the process.
  9. We cannot jeopardize the security of the nation for the mind of one.
  10. But I can’t comment because it would jeopardize the overall investigation.
  11. He wouldn’t do anything to jeopardize receiving payment for services rendered.
  12. Nothing must be allowed to jeopardize the operation and expose them all to risk.
  13. And he didn’t want to jeopardize his freedom or his brother’s life on bad odds.
  14. This, if it happens, will irrecoverably jeopardize any hope for a peaceful settlement.
  15. If I tell him I want more, he may say no… and I could jeopardize what he has offered.

  16. Sorry, Torres, but I can’t allow your past to jeopardize this mission, she said.
  17. He didn’t mind the continued risk for himself, but he couldn’t jeopardize them, too.
  18. If this is more than brake failure or driver error, it could still jeopardize the project.
  19. Anything missing may jeopardize or create strained sexual relationship between the partners.
  20. He would not jeopardize his reputation by bringing unwanted attentions to an officer of the law.
  21. And are you now about again to jeopardize the peace of this nation, without any cause whatever?
  22. He told me that his clan would not jeopardize their promised realm for the nasty lean flesh of man.
  23. Many misconceptions exist and I fear they jeopardize our chances of obtaining a true verdict- justice.
  24. I wanted to go back for Claude, but he wouldn’t want us to jeopardize our mission for his dead body.
  25. Captain Jhordel’s actions, I refuse to subscribe to the notion that she would needlessly jeopardize.

  26. But, soon it dawned on him that he had to be wary of his conduct so as not to jeopardize her fair name.
  27. As all of you have agreed upon it, should I deviate, it would jeopardize the mission and all participants.
  28. I was miserable and genuinely feared that my negative attitude might jeopardize their all-important mission.
  29. She thought contact with the dealers would probably jeopardize all their plans and be a terrible risk to Max.
  30. Blood collected earlier than a few hours from the time of death would jeopardize the efficiency of the spell.
  31. Naturally, there are offenses that are prohibited because they jeopardize the site and the safe auctioning of items.
  32. As for the others? Well they were just thankful to be living comfortably; they would not do anything to jeopardize it.
  33. So during their courtship I was never worried about him doing anything with Roxanne that would jeopardize what we had.
  34. Raymond does not want to jeopardize himself by telling the courts that it was he himself who had gotten the gun for Kathy.
  35. It’s time for voters to reject politicians of both parties who continue to jeopardize the financial future of our nation.
  36. Even if you were positive and had proof, I still wouldn’t let you jeopardize the entire country’s oil supply for one spy.
  37. Do they always erase the memory of their clients? I asked, hoping this wouldn’t jeopardize Jesse position in the agency.
  38. People who suffer from the entanglements of a right and wrong mentality jeopardize the safety and security of those around them.
  39. Did the honorable Ashley ever jeopardize his immortal soul by kissing you? A stony silence and an averted head were his answers.
  40. The very risks that the managers took to generate their initial high returns could now drive investors away—and jeopardize all that fat fee income.
  41. Any day, perhaps as soon as tomorrow, she and Truman would cease to exist as themselves, and any contact with their present lives would jeopardize them.
  42. The good news was that Mikhail was still in Crete, and jumping to irrational conclusions could completely jeopardize his life or the whole investigation.
  43. If this measure proved fruitless, it could arouse the captain's suspicions, make our circumstances even more arduous, and jeopardize the Canadian's plans.
  44. She had to admit, his obviously athletic body felt absolutely wonderful pressed to her in that position but she could not afford to jeopardize her career.
  45. I did this because I was trying to prove to my wife that I was trustworthy and that I would not do anything with Roxanne that would jeopardize what we had.
  46. Most of the leaders of this city risked their lives to protect it from Jeanine and died, and I will not jeopardize it now for the sake of sating your selfish curiosity.
  47. You are now part of the biggest criminal investigation in history; therefore it is crucial that you avoid speaking to the media, as it could jeopardize future proceedings.
  48. He nevertheless had a pessimistic, if not morose, opinion about what the future would hold, and informed Colling he would not jeopardize them by returning to the villa again.
  49. That method, which has been preserved to this day, made sure no one in Men of Midas would go on to do something foolish that might jeopardize the organization and its ringleader.
  50. It said that "the financial condition of the applicant is such as may jeopardize the financial stability of the Association," and that the "overall moral character or integrity of David P.
  51. The ship’s engineers devoted most of their energies and attention to the life support systems because a failure of any major component could jeopardize their ability to survive the trip.
  52. Cloud computing is becoming popular within healthcare organizations due to innovations in virtualization and in spite of security issues that some may feel jeopardize the healthcare information.
  53. Any outside stress—whether it be illness, financial problems, relationship problems, sickness, or injury—that compromises your emotional balance can seriously jeopardize your trading results.
  54. As the national unemployment rate hovers around 10 percent, and federal, state, and municipal finances continue to be in dire straits, our country should not jeopardize thousands of manufacturing jobs.
  55. Our house had electricity and water, and I led a fairly normal teenage life—right up until I had to leave and jeopardize my safety (and consequently my future) for the sake of a girl I’d only just met.
  56. Elite performers do their best work in the flow state, so it is worth our time to consider the nature of this state, how to get there, and how to guard against events that could jeopardize the flow experience.
  57. If one of those players is hurting, upset, feeling neglected, angry because the coach overlooked him earlier or his girlfriend dumped him, that one player can jeopardize or sabotage the entire team’s success.
  58. They told him that would be too big of a security risk, and that if anyone learned he was still alive, especially his family, it could jeopardize everything he had worked for and sacrificed for all of these years.
  59. He spent years building a good client base and an unshakeable reputation as being honest and ethical so he's really adamant about behaving professionally and not doing anything that wil jeopardize his business.
  60. Throughout my career, I have understood that for a person to jeopardize a long-standing, important relationship with a celebrity or a famous person’s family just for the sake of one of my books is a purely personal choice.
  61. Among whale-wise people it has often been argued whether, considering the paramount importance of his life to the success of the voyage, it is right for a whaling captain to jeopardize that life in the active perils of the chase.
  62. Sir, I respect the highly honorable occupation of a merchant, but am not disposed to carry that respect so far as to give my sanction to the adoption of a measure which may jeopardize the peace, and endanger the interests of my country.
  63. The latter supposition is not necessarily valid, of course, since it is possible thereby to increase the ratio of total debt of the enterprise to the total shareholder’s equity in a manner which might jeopardize the position of the existing bondholders.
  64. Second, long before your entire account is wiped out, your broker is going to give you a margin call in the event that your short positions get to the point that they jeopardize your ability to trade (it is in your broker's best interests to keep you trading).
  65. Whether it be prosperous or adverse, is a matter of small concern to them, and nothing but an effort of pure, disinterested patriotism could induce them to jeopardize the peace and happiness of the nation, and stake the prosperity of the direct commerce of the country, for the protection of this mushroom commerce.
  66. José Arcadio, who left the seminary as soon as he reached Rome, continued nourishing the legend of theology and canon law so as not to jeopardize the fabulous inheritance of which his mother’s delirious letters spoke and which would rescue him from the misery and sordidness he shared with two friends in a Trastevere garret.
  67. Is it not admitted that we may lawfully exclude or admit the vessels of both belligerents? If you admit the vessels of one nation with whom you have cause of difference, and exclude those of another nation with whom you have only the same cause of difference, I ask whether you do not commit the dignity of the nation, and jeopardize its peace?
  68. Given the past trouble this establishment had had with the local authorities with respect to counterfeit items and the sign committee—which had forced a replacement of the old neon flamingo sign with a more subtle, less flashy design—Max seriously doubted the management would jeopardize more negative publicity or more hostility with the city and its agencies.
  69. Shall we sit by, passive spectators, and witness the interesting transactions in that country—transactions which tend to jeopardize, in the most imminent degree, our rights, without interference? Are you prepared to see a foreign power seize what belongs to us? I have heard in the most credible manner that, about the period when the President took his measures in relation to that country, the agents of a foreign power were intriguing with the people there to induce them to come under his dominion.
  70. I am not convinced, however, that the party‘s (so-called) failure was due entirely to an absence of Will, although some Republicans have arguably abandoned the good fight over ―divisive‖ issues that many perceive might otherwise jeopardize their political standing among moderate or left-leaning voters, but rather to a concentration of judicial/political power vested in our nation‘s courts and among its political supporters who, until quite recently, enjoyed large majorities in both Houses of Congress.
  71. But how would he receive our demands for freedom? At the very outset and in no uncertain terms, hadn't he declared that the secret of his life required that we be permanently imprisoned on board the Nautilus? Wouldn't he see my four–month silence as a tacit acceptance of this situation? Would my returning to this subject arouse suspicions that could jeopardize our escape plans, if we had promising circumstances for trying again later on? I weighed all these considerations, turned them over in my mind, submitted them to Conseil, but he was as baffled as I was.
  72. But, would the Hindu majority, recovering from the humiliation of a thousand years of alien rule, suffer a foreigner taking the capital seat of Hindustan? The Congressmen, and more so women, though seem not to mind, unmindful of the perils of having a person of foreign origin as the country’s Prime Minister! Wouldn’t every nation be a hostage of its own history that lends itself to color its people’s thinking towards the other countries and their peoples? Could an Israelite origin Prime Minister be objective in India’s ties with the Palestine? What about India’s relations with the Western world under the premiership of some naturalized Iranian or an Iraqi? Wouldn’t an Indian political head of Bangladeshi origin, nursing a grouse of his sister’s molestation by some Punjabi fauzis during the crisis in his parent country be tempted to settle scores with Pakistan with India’s military might? Why, could any such one be what he or she should be as India’s Prime Minister; without a native Indian at the helm of affairs, won’t India’s detractors exploit the handicaps of a foreign origin numero uno to jeopardize the Indian national interests?
  1. Jeopardizing his health.
  2. Ozone was getting too much attention and I felt it was jeopardizing our operation.
  3. What would my children think? Did I stand the chance of jeopardizing my identity as.
  4. Yes we did, but he is not as good as you were, this guy is jeopardizing our business.
  5. So we began searching for a plan that could save your realm without jeopardizing our own defenses.
  6. Trager�s so worried about dropping the ball, he might end up jeopardizing the fleet for nothing, he thought.
  7. The company changed its credit policy to easier terms or is giving incentives for sales, thereby jeopardizing future sales.
  8. He had taken to dealing with the man personally and being outside the country was jeopardizing his control over the situation.
  9. Why not? It allows him to leak information for the Justicars without jeopardizing himself much, and it constantly throws us off.
  10. She threatened to file for divorce immediately before the next presidential campaign, thereby jeopardizing his chances of being reelected.
  11. Deserting the die-hard Musalmans of Medina at that stage would have amounted to jeopardizing the future of Islam which he so painstakingly nurtured.
  12. The point is, if your relationship or marriage means that much to you, do what you can to protect it, without jeopardizing all the other important aspects that matter, in and about your life.
  13. Leaving the wealth to the Israelites to divide amongst themselves would have caused immense dissent and delayed the advance, and invariably, discontent would have set in, jeopardizing the vision.
  1. This unauthorized and untimely act would have jeopardized His mission.
  2. You not only jeopardized your own safety, but you put the company in danger.
  3. Seemingly innocuous workarounds may have jeopardized the integrity of the study.
  4. Jeopardized by the news, he picked up a copy in anxiety, and ran home in fright.
  5. Greg finally decided his ship was so overloaded it jeopardized his ability to lift off.
  6. They had to realize that their plan was jeopardized if I told my family about the threat.
  7. My response was that I had not breached my oath, nor had I jeopardized the security of the Alliance.
  8. We should adopt the continental system, in which our liberties and independence would be jeopardized.
  9. The forty-eight states suffer the ravages of war only when the federal government's sovereignty is in some way jeopardized.
  10. We will maintain our independence and objectivity and not have it jeopardized in any way by either internal or external pressure.
  11. Moreover, he thought his own career might be jeopardized by his new association with her, and he wasn’t sure what to do about it.
  12. The tragedy now is that had the agreement been presented as a surprise, it would have enabled our continuing support which is now jeopardized.
  13. Unfortunately, politicians have acted criminally in squandering the Social Security trust fund, and have seriously jeopardized the ability to meet huge future obligations.
  14. The basket being large and heavy, Car had placed it for convenience of porterage on the top of her head, where it rode on in jeopardized balance as she walked with arms akimbo.
  15. The story—So Far to Go Alone—not only made Marilyn look like a fabulist but also jeopardized the credibility of the publication and the writer of the feature, Jim Henaghan.
  16. I do not believe that real harm can befall me; I do not believe that my lifework can really be jeopardized by anything my enemies might wish to visit upon me, and surely we have no violence to fear from our friends.
  17. We remain fearful of the Silence because the truth of it is so vast and fathomless that we as humans apprehend that once we looked fully in the eyes of the Silence then our very existence as social entity will be jeopardized.
  18. If she was the rat, she wouldn’t have leaked about that attack and jeopardized her brother, and if she was bugged, the Justicars would know that if they killed her brother their rat would stop functioning as she would be mourning him.
  19. When Almendral suggested, in relating the substance of Hottman’s complaint to him as my boss, that Merritt's being upset jeopardized the lab’s chances of winning the re-competition of the five-year renewal contract, I told him bluntly that that idea was absurd.
  20. And though the other boats, unharmed, still hovered hard by; still they dared not pull into the eddy to strike, lest that should be the signal for the instant destruction of the jeopardized castaways, Ahab and all; nor in that case could they themselves hope to escape.
  21. Though subtle yet extremely complex, it would require enlisting the assistance of one of the suspects who was still very mysterious and capable of killing a man out of hatred or vengeance; such a plan jeopardized the entire investigation in a way, especially if this individual was indeed the killer, but he felt the carefully calculated risk was far outweighed by the benefits that could be derived from such a scheme.
  22. Because there were two boats in his wake, and he supposed, no doubt, that they would of course come up to Pip very quickly, and pick him up; though, indeed, such considerations towards oarsmen jeopardized through their own timidity, is not always manifested by the hunters in all similar instances; and such instances not unfrequently occur; almost invariably in the fishery, a coward, so called, is marked with the same ruthless detestation peculiar to military navies and armies.
  23. Now, as it shortly turned out, what made this incident of the Rachel's the more melancholy, was the circumstance, that not only was one of the Captain's sons among the number of the missing boat's crew; but among the number of the other boat's crews, at the same time, but on the other hand, separated from the ship during the dark vicissitudes of the chase, there had been still another son; as that for a time, the wretched father was plunged to the bottom of the cruellest perplexity; which was only solved for him by his chief mate's instinctively adopting the ordinary procedure of a whale-ship in such emergencies, that is, when placed between jeopardized but divided boats, always to pick up the majority first.
  24. The litany of abuses predicated in the name of free expression, or proxy ―decisions‖ made on behalf of others who are unable to make informed decisions, are understood by the hordes of mentally ill people roaming the streets, who should be otherwise institutionalized for their own safety, if not for the safety of our society, for that matter, who remain on the streets, unable to properly care for themselves, mandated by civil rights organizations fearful that their rights may be jeopardized, people otherwise incapable of making a rational assessment of their own condition; not to mention conferring legitimacy to sexual deviancy in all its varieties that many of us have casually resigned ourselves to as ―simply‖ alternative lifestyles or championing (equal) protection under the law, that, in some instances, should call for censorship, or implausible assumptions regarding the ―unborn,‖ (Abortion) remanding millions of innocents to an early grave, a convenience for women fretting over their figures or professional careers, abetted by spineless politicians, who for expediency sake, continue advancing legislation denying them (―unborn‖) their own inalienable right to choose, had they the means, or encouraging a culture of death (Euthanasia) for the convenience of (the) would-be custodians of the terminally ill or perhaps to (simply) reduce the increasing costs of Healthcare, or the legalization of drugs because that too is a convenient alternative for a number of individuals who have seemingly lost the will to rid our society of rampant drug abuse and therefore justify such (hare-brained) schemes from the vantage point of opportunity savings or reduced social costs, or movements to eliminate God from the public consciousness lest society be reminded of its sins or perhaps because many of us have (conveniently) chosen to become our own gods.
  1. Stupefies And Jeopardizes Our Future, by Mark Bauerlein, is a book with plenty of warning.
  2. It also affects their performance and jeopardizes not only their future but also the future of those in their care.

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