possibility of injury

See: risk
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So far as that construction may expose the Union to the possibility of injury from the State legislatures, it is an evil; but it is an evil which could not have been avoided without excluding the States, in their political capacities, wholly from a place in the organization of the national government.
The flower was so lightly pressed upon all sides, with a supply of air from above, that the coach could now travel full speed without any possibility of injury to the tulip.
Those who tie themselves to trees or chain themselves to construction sites face the strong possibility of injury or imprisonment.
While injuries to these lane-splitting riders were fewer and tended to be less grave, the researchers found that the difference between the motorcycle's and the traffic's speeds correlated to the possibility of injury.
The Ankle Roll Guard gave me a psychological boost and I was able to play without focusing on the possibility of injury.
Once the man's arms are secured he was then put into the back of a van safely, reducing the possibility of injury.
Risk management is the process of identifying uncertainty and evaluating the possibility of injury on our property and in our activities.
The landing area of the pole vault is covered with high-tech mats with foam to minimise the possibility of injury to the athletes.
When the violation presents a reasonable possibility of injury or death.
8220;Our decision to upgrade our field to the Revolution turf gives them a world-class athletic classroom where they can perform at their best and reduce the possibility of injury.
The possibility of injury or disability was an accepted risk.
By eliminating bulky flight bags filled with paper, [electronic flight bags] mean less weight for pilots to carry, reducing the possibility of injury on duty," First Officer Hank Putek, a member of the APA safety committee, said in a statement.