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The tactic worked, since killing an ordained being is a dangerous undertaking for people of Buddhist faith.
Simple tasks like "preparing a meal became certainly an arduous, sometimes a humorous, and occasionally a dangerous undertaking.
Getting there" is definitely not the daunting, often dangerous undertaking of 4th century Christians who ventured to the Holy Land from all over the Roman Empire.
In the excitement of the act, however, or more likely in my fascination with its mechanics, I too easily forget that world-changing is a dangerous undertaking.
Looking six months into the future, which is always a dangerous undertaking in meteorology, we are not facing a good rainfall season.
America needs to once again find the resolve it had immediately after 9/11 when we were warned that this war against terrorism would be a long and dangerous undertaking.
Some keen young South Sudanese intellectuals are thinking that our national parliamentarians need to acknowledge that the EO No 36/2015 has spurred some dangerous undertakings (e.