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In the process, both sides have perpetuated a system that imperils lives, domestic security and the economy.
Against this backdrop, public debt dynamics remain on an unsustainable path that imperils the capacity of the Argentine government to meet its debt obligations.
Naturally, modernization imperils such tenets, and some Muslims' pursuit of their ideals infringe on what Americans hold most dear.
In last month's issue of the Gilder Technology Report, George Gilder made the bold statement that "BlueArc imperils all the software based network storage appliances, whether from NetApp, EMC, Hewlett Packard, Procom or Compaq.
The busy interchange suffers from that same affliction that imperils the rest of the state: a lack of planning, forethought and concern among local and state political leaders.
If suspicious activity imperils network security or bandwidth integrity, network administrators can use NetGuard RPM to make corrective system adjustments, suspend an individual user or create a temporary rule pending further investigation.
The danger in playing politics instead of behaving like statesmen is that ultimately it imperils the lives of American troops by creating doubt and leaving serious policy questions blowing in the wind.
These results are outstanding and clearly show that Company operations have entered a period of sustained growth that in no way imperils the Company's profitability.
A dispute over neighborhood empowerment that imperils charter reform in Los Angeles will push what was intended to be an open dialogue behind closed doors in a second meeting today.
Pike's fraud now imperils the mifepristone project,'' the lawsuit complaint says.