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1 Taking these drugs could seriously endanger your health.
2 You will endanger your health if you smoke.
3 He would never do anything to endanger the lives of his children.
4 Toxic waste could endanger lives and poison fish.
5 The debate could endanger the proposed peace talks.
6 Development of the area would endanger wildlife.
7 The fear that airstrikes could endanger troops is moot now that the army is withdrawing.
8 He denied possessing a rifle with intent to endanger life.
9 Misuse of the equipment could endanger the lives of staff and students.
10 It was foolish to endanger your life in that way.
11 Smoking during pregnancy can endanger your baby's health.
12 But all that toing-and-froing would endanger newborn piglets, and Baxter knew no farmer would accept increased losses.
13 The pilot refused to endanger the lives of his passengers by making an unscheduled landing.
14 Both countries claimed the proposals would not endanger whale populations.
15 But how could he possibly endanger anyone? At that point George Grindal could take his line of reasoning no further.
16 The police charged her with possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life.
17 The war risked setting off a perilous chain reaction that would endanger the whole world.
18 They are accused of causing an explosion likely to endanger life.
19 We must be careful not to do anything that might endanger the economic recovery.
20 Aid agencies still fear that crop substitution projects will endanger the lives of their staff.
21 Shareholder activists argue that such perks unduly enrich outside directors,(www.Sentencedict.com) encourage them to stay too long and endanger their independence.
22 They also denied trying to murder three police officers and possessing a rifle with intent to endanger life.
23 Second, Christians have a responsibility not to use their freedom to endanger their own spiritual lives.
24 But engineers concluded that even a complete failure of the non-critical, rubber O-ring would not endanger the lives of shuttle astronauts.
25 Sticking with an employee who breaks his little toe is one thing; keeping timeservers who endanger profitability is another.
26 The board is responsible for releasing documents on the 1963 Kennedy assassination that do not endanger national security.
27 In the parable of Jonah, the prophet's disobedience stirs up the deep to endanger the lives of his fellow seafarers.
28 They have also pleaded not guilty to causing the explosion and possessing explosives with intent to endanger life.
29 The rising ocean and the frequent storms would also endanger freshwater resources all along the east coast without large-scale sea defences.
30 Dangerous wastes will be deposited by error in the rivers and the dump sites that endanger residential neighborhoods.
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