incur the risk

See: bet
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She told me that her anguish had at last spurred Linton to incur the risk of liberating her.
She had just concluded that it was better to remain in her chair than incur the risk of fainting in the passage, when he entered, preceded by Charles.
In the name of Him, who commandeth all, I implore you to pause--both you, who so madly incur the risk, and you, who so rashly offer to take that which you never can return
In addition to these two award programs, this issue serves up stories of entrepreneurs who dreamed of bringing new foods and flavors to Utah, but didn't want to incur the risk and expense of opening a restaurant or even an $80,000 food truck.
But in his report to the committee meeting in Caernarfon on Monday, council planning manager Gareth Jones warns that to refuse the application called Goytre Uchaf "without strong evidence" would incur the risk of substantial financial costs of "tens of thousands of pounds" against the council.
In the past, when oral appliance sleep therapy was considered, the sleep physician did not want to incur the risk of the considerable expense of a customized oral appliance with questionable patient reimbursement, only to find out it did not work.
One can, she says, go into a trance while leafleting and thus incur the risk of being run over.
They really don't want to lend the money, because they don't want to incur the risk.
Of course the reactions and cultural assumptions seen here incur the risk of making some guests feel excluded, especially if they live outside England, neglect to read the Bible, and come to Old English (as many do) out of such preoccupations as mythopoeia and war-games.
In IPA-model plans, attempts to exclude a physician may subject the HMO to antitrust actions, but failing to expel a physician can incur the risk of tort and breach of contract claims.
The members recognized that the short-run behavior of these monetary measures needed to be interpreted with caution and that easing reserve conditions too much would incur the risk of stimulating a sharp rebound in monetary growth and in inflationary pressures once the economic recovery had gathered some momentum.