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    1. The information which is available to you in this book, is passed along with the understanding that we are always responsible for our actions, we must not upset the balance of our delicate ecosystem, nor endanger ourselves

    2. endanger the rights and freedoms of individuals, but we should

    3. But those exertions of the natural liberty of a few individuals, which might endanger the security of the whole society, are, and ought to be, restrained by the laws of all governments ; of the most free, as well as or the most despotical

    4. National animosity, at that particular time, aimed at the very same object which the most deliberate wisdom would have recommended, the diminution of the naval power of Holland, the only naval power which could endanger the security of England

    5. Tell me about this traitor whose trying to escape with secrets that might endanger our country

    6. wrote that it is better to leave a prize so disabled and injured as to be formidable enough to endanger the navigation of the ocean

    7. Being close to him now could only endanger them both

    8. wisely as their Leaders or we can endanger them simply because we haven’t put in the

    9. requests and we may soon not be able to even enter our national forests for fear that we might endanger

    10. endanger human, they will more scaremongering, his hold on pedestals

    1. Whoever splits wood may be endangered thereby

    2. Its ‘shade-grown’ coffee farms are home to endangered wildlife

    3. Like what are called the fundamental laws of some monarchies, they might frequently hinder the security of thousands from being endangered by the caprice or extravagance of one man

    4. Where the security of the magistrate, though supported by the principal people of the country, is endangered by every popular discontent; where a small tumult is capable of bringing about in a few hours a great revolution, the whole authority of government must be employed to suppress and punish every murmur and complaint against it

    5. At first the PT Sergeant was puzzled and then he became upset at my not telling him that I was hurt, and after five minutes of telling me and everyone else within a mile that only “Communists and longhaired liberals are so stupid in trying to do PT while injured, and besides, by doing so I endangered my buddies who were not gypsies and therefore could not sense that I was hurt and look after me

    6. ” Colonel Evan Miles was told by the doctors that his life was endangered by lack of food, and that he must be invalided home

    7. One of them had given birth to a stillborn, but since she had had a difficult delivery that endangered her life, she remained in the hospital for observation

    8. Competitive global economies and (outsourcing) designs for cheaper labor have rendered this demographic group an endangered species

    9. However, she felt too endangered to emerge from the cave and seek a wolf alone, in case someone discovered her walking

    10. Thus Kennedy needlessly endangered the entire world just to avoid being seen as weak

    1. Some showers wandered around offering occasional relief but endangering them with a few sparks of lightening

    2. I must have planned a dozen ways to damage that menace but most of them meant endangering his innocent passengers

    3. "Is there anything more you can tell me about yourself without endangering Alan, like where you live and what you're about?"

    4. What was she hiding, what was happening, and who was endangering her? Who were these nameless, faceless monsters in the dark?

    5. I find it quite troubling whenever an (activist) judge eagerly concedes the legal ―rights‖ of a terrorist (at the risk of endangering the lives of law-abiding citizens) who would otherwise nullify, without pause, the very laws that he or she conveniently utilizes for his or her own (legal) advantage

    6. The doctor, who returned every few hours to check on Fela, hinted to me that if the fever had not broken by tomorrow he would consider operating on her and removing her breasts so that the infection would not spread throughout her body, thus endangering her life

    7. It has been oftentimes argued in some environmental circles that the extinction of any species, whether animal or plant, would trigger an ecological chain of events endangering Nature‘s ‖precarious‖ equilibrium

    8. Unless you are sure to overcome the kidnappers resisting is endangering your life

    9. And the kicker to the story – the kid wanted to sue us for endangering his pathetic life

    10. Good heavens, Adam, endangering her child to protect herself from some perceived harm from a police officer, and then striking the officer

    1. Thus they feel they have nothing to lose which endangers my hostage

    2. This also endangers my hostage

    3. “What if he endangers his family by such a stand

    4. On April 2, 2010 the EPA tightened water quality standards that could severely limit future coal mining operations throughout Appalachia, while mining industry officials said the change was unfair and endangers jobs

    5. Given how dangerous our enemies obviously are, traveling with a large group is a bad plan that unnecessarily endangers our traveling companions

    6. They say it endangers Stavka

    7. � Someone should remind Miss Laplante of her proper place and status before she endangers more men by running around the front lines

    8. Such illness as a false word which is to tell lies which endangers and harms others

    9. It is vain to deny that the honest belief of misery to last through eternity upon all the unsaved—as long as the Necessary Being shall endure—also endangers the faith of every thoughtful Christian who accepts it

    10. Try to put the fire out first—but if that is not practicable remove the car from the building, before it further endangers life and property

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