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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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They provide that an investment will be considered jeopardizing if a foundation s managers fail to exercise ordinary business care and prudence, but the regulations are silent on whether the relationship of an investment to a foundation s mission is also a permissible consideration.
Filipino and other foreign-trained nurses' right to apply to the program without jeopardizing their application for permanent residency has now been confirmed.
Letter Ruling 9231053 once again indicates that organizations employing clergy in nontraditional functions need to be aware of whether they are jeopardizing the individual's eligibility for the tax-free parsonage allowance.
Pass the cost on by raising prices, jeopardizing domestic and international market share, employment, and survival of the business.
Moreover, the earnings shortfall breached covenants in the Company's credit agreements, jeopardizing its liquidity and raising the possibility of bankruptcy, according to the Company's press release.
Investigators said Smith is suspected of two other assaults, including one involving an elderly woman who was shot in her home as she resisted an intruder, but they would not release any additional information for fear of jeopardizing the cases.
At least one of IAC's hotel-chain partners requested that IAC detail all of its fees to consumers, which IAC refused to do, thereby (unbeknownst to investors) jeopardizing an important revenue stream; (iii) certain hotel chains and airlines had threatened to, and did, decrease the number of rooms made available to IAC because of the Company's unscrupulous practices, thereby jeopardizing the Company's business; (iv) hotel chains were aggressively pushing their own booking sites and encouraging potential customers to book directly through them rather than through Expedia.
I think they are really jeopardizing public safety with these budget cuts.
In addition to jeopardizing code compliance and personnel safety, use of unauthorized products can invalidate existing warranties.
Whether we were right or wrong, you do not punish society by jeopardizing the lives of the citizens and the police officers who have to go out and rearrest armed gang members.
The protest is part of a national campaign, "Lawsuit Abuse Makes Us Sick," which is designed to educate consumers about how frivolous and excessive healthcare litigation is raising costs for prescription drugs, health coverage and doctor visits, while also jeopardizing access to medical products and treatments.
This is critical for carriers wishing to realize the cost and operational benefits of MPLS without jeopardizing high margin, SLA-sensitive ATM customers.