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(1) It can even jeopardise the whole operation.
(2) However, if you stop payments you may jeopardise future benefits.
(3) He said that the deportations could jeopardise international negotiations aimed at finding a long-term solution to the boat people problem.
(4) It seems unlikely that they will jeopardise their superior circumstances by combining in an alliance with Third World workers against capital.
(5) If anything should jeopardise that freedom - an insurrection for instance - the Church, without hesitation, will condemn it.
(6) You will not jeopardise that job I perjured myself to get for you by a vagrancy charge tonight of all nights.
(7) Taking part in protests could jeopardise any existing opportunities of securing a decent employment position for those coming up to graduation.
(8) A deteriorating security situation will jeopardise its prosperity—and undermine democracy throughout the region.
(9) Why would he jeopardise his future by taking unauthorized drugs?
(10) Some argued that it would jeopardise the overland trade through Kiakhta, already in peril thanks to Britain's recent control of Hong Kong[Sentence dictionary], offering a sea route to Europe for the China trade.
(11) As a result, the rise in fires could jeopardise the long-term success of schemes to reduce emissions from deforestation, they added.
(12) This move is bound to jeopardise the flow of the Brahmaputra, the lifeline of the Assam valley, causing devastating floods during the rainy season.
(13) A local income tax would give councils the power to jeopardise Britain's belated conversion to a belief in low direct taxation.
(14) But this was outside the police remit, and meanwhile, they had to be careful not to jeopardise public tranquillity.
(15) Outstanding Spartak have proved themselves the masters of away goals and just one tonight will seriously jeopardise Liverpool's hopes.
(16) The inflationary spiral constituted a grave threat which, if not halted[sentencedict.com], could jeopardise the entire economy.
(17) Subsequent notification to each individual affected by a suspended measure might well jeopardise the long-term purpose that originally prompted the surveillance.
(18) Failure to take due regard of this obligation places your patients at risk and may jeopardise your right to practise.
(19) The loss of a laptop or crash of a hard drive does not jeopardise the data because it is regularly saved in "the cloud" and can be accessed via the web from any machine.
(20) The fallout of ash over parts of Iceland could jeopardise the safety of drinking water.
(21) At the same time adverse and extreme weather conditions can jeopardise rice crop production, which feeds more than half the world's population.
(22) All of us realise there are concerns on immigration, but we must be very careful not to jeopardise these earnings, these links and this global reputation.
(23) Much as it would abhor a nuclear-armed Iran, China does not want to jeopardise important supplies of oil and gas.
(24) It's the first in our planet's history where one species - ours - has Earth's future in its hands, and could jeopardise not only itself, but life's immense potential.
(25) But when Blair said that Egypt's transition had to be 'managed' – presumably by the West – so as not to jeopardise the 'peace process', he was only saying openly what Washington believed.
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