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jeopardize

verb endanger, expose to danger, in periculum, leave unprotected, menace, peril, place in danger, risk, stake, threaten
See also: compromise, endanger, expose
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PacifiCare's labor policies and practices are putting company profits at risk and jeopardizing a large portion of the company's client base, say two of the nation's largest unions.
Although slated to be resolved this week, it is possible that the State budget process could get drawn out, jeopardizing hospital funding throughout the state, as was the case in 1992.
a hundred miles an hour jeopardizing the lives of motorists must be stopped.
1 features include: Restricted Access, which extends data security to department managers and team members without jeopardizing data integrity; Interproject Relationship Manager, which eases the conflict resolution challenges of managing multiple, simultaneous projects; and Buy The Hour, which automates the timesheet generation, posting and reporting process.
Hartnack, vice chairman and head of community banking, said the special disaster recovery program is designed to help displaced homeowners find temporary shelter and repair damage to their homes without jeopardizing their credit history.
Any action we choose will be designed to enhance the Company's ability to provide a superior return on investment in the long term without jeopardizing our strong financial position.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently issued guidance explicitly aligning the prudent-investor standard for jeopardizing investments under Internal Revenue Code A* 4944 with state standards for charitable investments under the Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act (UPMIFA).
Hezbollah's role sets an example for jeopardizing Lebanese relations with Bahrain and sisterly states, Rifi added.
19 ( ANI ): Afghanistan has rejected the proposal of a security agreement with the United States for allowing American troops to raid Afghan homes and mosques after combat operations end in 2014, jeopardizing the post-departure deal.
A charity may invite political candidates to speak at its events without necessarily jeopardizing its tax-exempt status.
3 You may share the substance of your communications with counsel with your colleagues without jeopardizing the privilege.
The writing is rich in data without jeopardizing the upbeat tone.