His non-diabetic companion stopped 70 metres short of the peak, because his condition was such that if he had gone further he would have imperilled
both their lives, 'This was a great lesson,' says Peruffo.
Of course, the wistful irony of Ocean is that the imperilled
orientation was once literally and figuratively inscribed on our landscape by the railroad itself.
Universally known and recognised Christian and humane values are being imperilled
by this attempt to promote entertainment and games based on cruelty, horror, occultism and vampirism," the church said in a statement.
The claim that "sex and seduction were dangerous forces that imperilled
English domination in Ireland" is borne out by the English obsession with the perceived risks implicit in intermarriage and fostering (103).