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    1. He’s not himself this morning … I try not to fuss over him, but I’d hazard a guess that he didn’t get much sleep last night

    2. "That's an occupational hazard with cargo like this

    3. All I can say is that you have certainly lived up to your extremely well-deserved reputation, though I hazard a guess that Joris would have your head for being so careless

    4. "I don't think we know enough about this city to hazard a guess," she said

    5. ‘Gosh, they’re gorgeous,’ chimed in Melanie, who is just leaving the office, ‘I reckon I can hazard a guess as to who sent those, Anna!’

    6. From the intensity of her words, I can hazard a pretty good guess as to who this woman might be

    7. The answer, however reluctant, is given with hazard warning lights and the whine of a transmission in reverse

    8. She’s looking the epitome of happiness and very sleepy too … I can hazard a guess as to why … been there … she nods in response to my question, a big grin on her face

    9. It’s a fire hazard

    10. "I couldn't hazard a guess," she said

    11. " Grandpa stared straight up to the ridge, "I would hazard a guess and say that the tarmac will have to reach the edge first

    12. hazard and develops itself irresponsible

    13. be staged or as an effect of hazard

    14. I thought it necessary, though at the hazard of being tedious, to examine at full length this popular notion, that wealth consists in money or in gold and silver

    15. To see a hazard in your dream suggests that you need to exercise caution in some aspect of your life

    16. By raising the price, he discourages the consumption, and puts every body more or less, but particularly the inferior ranks of people, upon thrift and good management If, by raising it too high, he discourages the consumption so much that the supply of the season is likely to go beyond the consumption of the season, and to last for some time after the next crop begins to come in, he runs the hazard, not only of losing a considerable part of his corn by natural causes, but of being obliged to sell what remains of it for much less than what he might have had for it several months before

    17. The whole expense of justice, too, might easily be defrayed by the fees of court ; and, without exposing the administration of justice to any real hazard of corruption, the public revenue might thus be entirely discharged from a certain, though perhaps but a small incumbrance

    18. This total exemption front trouble and front risk, beyond a limited sum, encourages many people to become adventurers in joint-stock companies, who would, upon no account, hazard their fortunes in any private copartnery

    19. “That’s good thinking Sergeant but I personally don’t think that there is just one machine gun in the well we will find more and I would hazard a guess at least another three will be down there

    20. On Memorial Day, we should be pretty sure of ourselves before we hazard a trip down it

    21. I"ll hazard a guess that the term means what the hell we"re not looking for

    22. He saw that old tires were potentially valuable resources but meanwhile they were creating a monumental environmental hazard because

    23. Choking Hazard: The projects described in this book

    24. Venganga for relief from the hazard

    25. its hazard lights blinking

    26. Hazard found him an unsatisfactory pupil that day

    27. "Deacon Hazard drove past when YOU were praying," said Mary, "and he saw and heard you, with your hands folded over your stomach, and groaning after every sentence

    28. Deacon Hazard, Mrs

    29. Hazard says that he is destined to a brilliant career

    30. ‘The agency reports this is not a great health hazard, as it is only about ten times

    31. There is no health hazard

    32. Malaysians know it instinctively the purpose of hazard lights

    33. still haven’t got it, please be fully informed that the hazard light here is only to

    34. By switching ON the hazard light, the driver reserves the right to park exactly

    35. early hours along Federal Highway with their hazard lights ON

    36. hazard light can and should be used only by deserving drivers during a heavy

    37. automatically rendered null and void when a DMAS switch’s ON the hazard

    38. Hazard was a pitiful excuse for a human being

    39. years, he’d hazard a guess that none of the rooms had ever come

    40. can present a hazard

    41. The hazard of the weak expansion joint, made it almost mandatory

    42. “At any rate, once I have you trained up to the point where you are more than a hazard to yourselves, you will have many new duties and roles in this alliance, and some of them will involve acting on my behalf

    43. what near miraculous circumstance and through what agency Moshe hesitated to even hazard

    44. reminded him of the hazard of interrupting his superior officer

    45. emergent upon his face, “I would hazard a guess that they took the bait! And look! The ones

    46. Prior to the Gulf War, the environmental responsibilities of the USCG made it responsible for the enforcement of Environmental Protection Agency regulations which identified toxic waste dumps as a major hazard

    47. *If someone wanted to hazard a hyper-literal interpretation here (based largely on Revelation 6), this is how it would go… The famine and the antichristian system (the white horse in Revelation 6 pictures the conquering Antichrist) will trample the area north of Israel (which could extend everywhere from Europe to Russia)

    48. “I'd hazard a

    49. Although I'll hazard a guess that's not the

    50. Perhaps that was the purpose of the whole visit? Calvin honestly couldn't hazard a guess yet one way or the other

    1. ' I hazarded, emboldened by this realisation

    2. Now recalling what he'd taken scant notice of before, he hazarded a guess that

    3. Disconcerted, I impetuously hazarded Brandy as the answer, when it should have been Whisky; but really I think it was wonderful to have got even so near the right answer as Brandy

    4. When the footman left I hazarded a glance at Jacob

    5. Olin hazarded a guess, “You’re telling me that we can’t see Raka’s code because we are looking at the wrong side of the page in the illustrated manuscript?”

    6. He’d hardly hazarded to think about her—the biological origin of himself—and could not recall having ever considered her welfare to any great extent

    7. [37] Acts 15:26 "Men that have hazarded their LIVES [life-soul-psukee] for the name of

    8. (37) Acts 15:26 "Men that have hazarded their LIVES (life-soul-psukee) for the name of

    9. [36] Acts 15:26 "Men that have hazarded their LIVES [life-soul-psukee] for the name of our Lord Jesus Christ

    10. not die could not be hazarded

    11. Silas have " hazarded their PSUKEE [lives] for the name of our Lord Jesus

    12. [36] Acts 15:26 "Men that have hazarded their LIVES [life-soul-psukee] for the name of

    13. His own possessions, safety, life, he would have hazarded for Lucie and her child, without a moment's demur; but the great trust he held was not his own, and as to that business charge he was a strict man of business

    14. But her condemnation of him did not blind her to the impropriety of their having been written at all; and she was silently grieving over the imprudence which had hazarded such unsolicited proofs of tenderness, not warranted by anything preceding, and most severely condemned by the event, when Marianne, perceiving that she had finished the letters, observed to her that they contained nothing but what any one would have written in the same situation

    15. "What are the other-" Hrun paused, his lips moved soundlessly and then he hazarded, "two?"

    16. "You know what I mean, anyway," he hazarded, giving up, and added "As the challenged parties my lords Lio!rt and Liartes have choice of weapons

    17. Thither, then, the scout proceeded, like a prudent general, who was about to feel the advanced positions of his enemy, before he hazarded the main attack

    18. If they had asked me any more questions, I should undoubtedly have betrayed myself, for I was even then on the point of mentioning that there was a balloon in the yard, and should have hazarded the statement but for my invention being divided between that phenomenon and a bear in the brewery

    19. "Miss Havisham was an only child?" I hazarded

    20. Danglars hazarded a look on both sides of the road, and perceived monuments of a singular form, and his mind now recalled all the details Morcerf had related, and comparing them with his own situation, he felt sure that he must be on the Appian Way

    21. But when at last with a timid glance she hazarded the question: ‘Was there perhaps something you disliked about Veslovsky?’—it all burst out, and he told her all

    22. A compromise suggestion based on some study of actual exhibits may be hazarded, viz

    23. In our previous edition we hazarded a single example (p

    24. “Why didn’t you tell me Tamara was dead, Matty?” I hazarded a glance at his eyes

    25. experienced some shame at the recollection of what I had already hazarded

    26. As it was, however, she only hazarded a hint, and the hint was lost

    27. His readiness, however, in agreeing to dine at the Parsonage, when the general invitation was at last hazarded, after many debates and many doubts as to whether it were worth while, "because Sir Thomas seemed so ill inclined, and Lady Bertram was so indolent!" proceeded from good-breeding and goodwill alone, and had nothing to do with Mr

    28. Now and then I hazarded some remark to break the monotony of the journey, but the colonel answered only in monosyllables, and the conversation soon flagged

    29. These sacrifices will not be much longer hazarded, unless indeed she is deluded into a belief that she has sufficient influence, in this country, to excite disaffection and insurrection, and thereby remove the cause of pressure

    30. In estimating the claims of the army on the Government of the United States, it is worthy of remark, that the nature of the country, as well as of the enemy to be encountered, subjected the army to many extreme hardships, and equal dangers, where every thing was hazarded, and but little could be gained, except the regard of their country

    31. No man could maintain his power a moment after having hazarded the public safety by making an experiment, the effect of which could not be foreseen, and may be productive of such disastrous consequences

    1. Without such extraordinary encouragement, the poor traders of such poor countries would probably never have thought of hazarding their small capitals in so very distant and uncertain an adventure as the trade to the East Indies must naturally have appeared to them

    2. A fine, even of twenty pounds, besides, though it may not, perhaps, be sufficient to discourage any man from entering into the Turkey trade, with an intention to continue in it, may be enough to discourage a speculative merchant from hazarding a single adventure in it

    3. It is the easiest and most natural way in which the state can recompense them for hazarding a dangerous and expensive experiment, of which the public is afterwards to reap the benefit

    4. Philippians 2:30 "Because for the work of Christ he came nigh unto death, hazarding his

    5. hazarding his LIFE [life-soul-psukee] to supply that which was lacking in your service toward me

    6. Philippians 2:30 "Because for the work of Christ he came nigh unto death, hazarding his life [life-soul-psukee] to supply that which was lacking in your service toward me

    7. My master glanced towards the passage, and signed me to fetch the men: he had no intention of hazarding a personal encounter

    8. On the campaign, he was always ready to lead a sortie or raiding party, hazarding his life, never pausing to balance risks against benefits like a Kingsbridge merchant

    9. Was I to remain a Member of Lancelot’s Band and travel with the Merry Men, robbing Coaches and hazarding my Neck in the Noose? I’d not play Decoy again and shiver naked in the Road for him, but should I travel with the Band as a proper Cut-Purse, or should I make my Escape in London and continue to seek my Fortune?

    10. Ford leaped to his rescue, hazarding “counterpoint the surrealism of the underlying metaphor of the… er…” Hefloundered too, but Arthur was ready again

    11. Your committee have no hesitation in hazarding the opinion that in a case like this, between A and B, before an intelligent and upright, and equitable judge, the claim would be most undoubtedly sanctioned, as not coming within the spirit, although it may fall within the strict letter of the act of limitation

    12. If peace be the first object, every act which can irritate the maritime States ought to be avoided, because the prevailing disposition of these will generally be sufficient to keep the Government from hazarding any hostile measures

    13. So far as my conduct is concerned, before I can consent to the prosecution of the war, in the manner contemplated, I must be convinced that the objects in controversy are not only just, but of sufficient importance in their practical effect on the community to justify such an experiment, and not attainable in any other way; that there is a reasonable probability that such a war will secure to us those objects; and that we are not endangering the greater good, to obtain an exemption from the lesser evil; hazarding certain great rights, to secure others of far inferior importance

    1. Children of elderly parents can play a key role by checking their parents’ homes for potential hazards

    2. It alerts aircraft pilots of potential hazards along a flight route or at a location that could affect the safety of the flight

    3. In exchanging the complete manufacture either for money, for labour, or for other goods, over and above what may be sufficient to pay the price of the materials, and the wages of the workmen, something must be given for the profits of the undertaker of the work, who hazards his stock in this adventure

    4. But in the rare event that none of these hazards come to pass, a good year simply means that all the granaries are full and then the price drops very low

    5. He knew the hazards of travelling in the desert and there were many things that could go wrong

    6. In 1733, they again petitioned the parliament, that three-fourths of their trading stock might be turned into annuity stock, and only one-fourth remain as trading stock, or exposed to the hazards arising from the bad management of their directors

    7. But there are hazards that come with our progress

    8. Another good example is our own immune system that filters everything that enters the body against a list of previously identified threats and tries to attack and destroy the recognized hazards

    9. biological hazards were pasted across the plastic-coated walls, the

    10. published in a medical journal documenting the health hazards of Fukushima

    11. board, signs with information about safety hazards

    12. The bravery and hazards associated with Coast Guard search and rescue (SAR) operations is well documented in the treacherous waters, rain and snow, sleet, fog and storms so characteristic of the north Pacific-Alaskan coast (Walker, pp

    13. While Sut had told his tale of hazards on the trail, I’d been drawn into the folklore of the West

    14. ‘Before we meet with the hazards of the Mirelands and anything that the Aristrians can throw at us I would like to address the men so have them form ranks before refreshing the horses

    15. Thunderstorms weren’t the only sleeping hazards to Daveda

    16. I guess the dead didn’t have to worry about little hazards like being speared by stalactites the size of booster rockets

    17. regardless of the hazards or frivolity of it

    18. 6 When men dare to forsake a life of natural craving for one of adventurous art and uncertain logic, they must expect to suffer the consequent hazards of emotional casualties -- conflicts, unhappiness, and uncertainties -- at least until the time of their attainment of some degree of intellectual and emotional maturity

    19. It requires the lure of a great ideal to drive man on in the pursuit of a goal which is beset with difficult material problems and manifold intellectual hazards

    20. Check for potential hazards such as anthills, wasp nests, or piles of rock, branches, bark or leaves that snakes or scorpions could call home

    21. The hazards of smuggling narcotics in to prison

    22. One of the biggest hazards on country roads for drivers, is the

    23. the speakers announced with continued ironic timing, “Please stay within city limits until the storm passes to avoid any potential hazards

    24. Blood and bodily fluids turn into little globules that float around to become airborne hazards

    25. That seems wasteful and will litter the navigable areas around the planet with debris that could be hazards for decades

    26. He was concerned that if there were any hazards on the surface the team needed to be large enough to defend itself

    27. pale hacker skin to the hazards of tropical exposure

    28. Well aware of the potential hazards of weightlessness to a fetus, Isaac had ordered both Kim and Wren to the surface where they took over air traffic control duties and moved from one surviving airport to another marshaling the flow of the med ships to the Queen Elizabeth

    29. Some of the hazards may be known, but

    30. Many of the dead were buried in mass graves because of the health hazards and thus an accurate count could not be taken

    31. In an earlier chapter I mentioned the environmental hazards of building bombs, but there is also danger to the planet because of the greed and blatant law violations of refineries, chemical companies and paper mills

    32. In many cases their modes of transportation were not only not necessary for the buyer, they were also inefficient, dangerous hazards on the highway and unfriendly to the planet

    33. From all indications, you can’t escape these hazards, no matter where you live

    34. It crossed my mind that I wouldn’t be experiencing this opening sequence again unless we were going to deal with levels of actualization—of probabilities and inevitabilities—because Free Will had a way of skewing things, and I was the poster child for the hazards of having it

    35. It crossed my mind that I wouldn’t be experiencing this opening sequence again unless we were going to deal with levels of actualization—of probabilities and inevitabilities—because free will had a way of skewing things, and I was the poster child for the hazards of having it

    36. So, what my suggestion for you is to drive on home slowly, with your hazards on, and just keep your dirty nose clean

    37. None of them dared contemplate the nuclear waste hazards

    38. hazards of a ranch—but judging from Doc Gladstone’s response, this


    40. point out the hazards that may stand in our way

    41. the hazards of the journey, and looking to the sky instead of the path,

    42. aware of the hazards

    43. Snow covered glaciers present crevasse fall hazards even when the slope is relatively

    44. Dryac was comparable to the prophet at the top of the mountain, a lot of hazards to get to her, but once you were there, you wanted to know and learn

    45. exposure such as recreation or as part of occupation is one of the hazards of

    46. isn’t the ultimate force in nature, clearly reveals the hazards an alien race might

    47. alerting traffic to potential hazards such as solar flares and magnetic variances, but he also took incoming calls not dealing with navigational issues

    48. I somehow imagined that by drinking contaminated water for years and by eating rotten food they would have become immune to the hazards

    49. Thus we could clearly notice that children who had been deprived out from affection since they were young would concentrate their nature over logistics and statistics very `carefullyìn order to protect themselves from hazards

    50. There are four risks (hazards):

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