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hazardous

(Dangerous), adjective adverse, chancy, dangerous, fraught with danger, full of danger, insalubrious, insecure, noxious, ominous, perilous, precarious, risky, shaky, threatening, toxic, unprotected, unreliable, unsafe, unsound, unsteady
Associated concepts: hazardous materials, hazardous subbtances, hazardous waste

hazardous

(Imprudent), adjective aleatory, chancy, full of risk, menacing, riskful, speculative, threatening, venturous
Associated concepts: aleatory contract
See also: aleatory, dangerous, imprudent, insalubrious, insecure, noxious, precarious, speculative
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Those individuals who view God as a supportive helper, a resource, and a source of comfort are less likely to drink hazardously than those who perceive God as a judge, source of punishment, or absent in times of trouble.
While in this case the ALJ made no finding regarding whether Lafarge had actual notice that the movement in the ball joints was sufficient to constitute a violation, Lafarge's witness did testify that a ball joint would be hazardously defective if it moves more than 1/4 in.
In their 12-page omnibus motion, Macalintal said "the ocular inspection will give the honorable court (SC) the opportunity to determine if the Southwest Interim Transport Terminal is 'at par with international standards' or operating under a very substandard condition where the public is hazardously exposed to air pollution and heavy traffic condition.
Hazardously, an outbreak of violence -- whether between rival factions inside Gaza due to mounting frustrations or between Egypt and Gaza over the continued siege and the situation in the Sinai -- seems like a highly possible outcome of the current situation.
Of particular concern is celebratory drinking--holidays, campus or personal events in which a greater proportion of students drink hazardously.
But why, why, why must Cyprus drivers so often hazardously insist on crossing lanes across oncoming traffic to park on the right-hand side of the road?
Hazardously, the rickshaw driver pedalled too close behind a reversing tuk-tuk and bumped into the rear of it, without causing any damage.
Nevertheless, the trend seems to be picking up quite well and hazardously.
reflect the view that profit will hazardously generate falsehoods.
It also found that 29% of mothers and 30% of their partners drink more than the recommended units per week, with 22% of children living with a parent who drinks hazardously.
Referring to alcohol as New Zealanders' "favourite drug", she said 25 per cent of New Zealanders--around 700,000 people--drank hazardously.

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