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College administrators have enacted inadequate protocols that have jeopardized the safety of their communities.

All asked that their names be withheld, to not jeopardize their employment.

Sent Home to Dieby Annie Waldman and Joshua KaplanSeptember 2, 2020ProPublica

If the agency is right, it could jeopardize SDG&E’s safety certificate and associated access to funding covering damage claims.

Combined with the interruption of outpatient services in hospitals and clinics, and socioeconomic changes that can lead to relapse, has experts worried the progress made so far on tackling the opioid crisis may be jeopardized.

Nonetheless, linear’s current importance can compromise networks’ willingness to make moves in streaming that may jeopardize their linear businesses.

Carelessness in personal habits, manners, speech, and attitude may become irritants that jeopardize romance.

He seemed trying to tell me to do the best I could; that he was powerless, and would do nothing to jeopardize my life and Jetta's.

Having made you our confidant we dare not jeopardize our lives by allowing you your liberty.

Rabbi and PriestMilton Goldsmith

For us to do any less would be to disregard our obligations, evade our responsibilities, and jeopardize our national honor.

Prudence dictated that the Army avoid any innovations that might jeopardize the chance for universal military training.

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