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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.
This is the amount of income those receiving SSI (Supplemental Security Income) or SSDI (Social Security disability insurance) may earn from work activities without jeopardizing their disability status and losing their cash or medical benefits.
In America, prominent designers are said to camouflage their homosexuality for fear not of stigma in the womenswear market, their primary outlet, but of jeopardizing secondary business in menswear.
A second difference exists, however, in that the IRS specifically permits a certain level of private benefit to occur without jeopardizing the hospital's tax-exempt status when such benefits are conferred on individuals who are not insiders.
Israeli peace activists, Palestinians., and many other observers are beginning to believe that the Clinton Administration's Middle East policy is jeopardizing the peace agreement signed last September by Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Yasir Arafat.
Moreover, a number of factors seem likely to hold or further depress the per-capita irrigated average, jeopardizing world food supplies in the coming decade, Postel reported in a study released last week.
In a letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, Bishop Griswold said he made the decision to quit as Anglican co-chair and member of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission "not without regret, but in the interest of not jeopardizing the present and future life and work of the commission." He had been the Anglican co-chair since 1998.
The sit-in Snowballs from a single class period to several days, with the students accumulating zero after zero and jeopardizing their graduation.
Whether the request for accommodation comes from sworn or civilian personnel, supervisors often question the reason for such an adjustment, jeopardizing the employees medical confidentiality.
Nonetheless, Peter Clark, IASC senior research manager, told the Journal that if a conflict arose between meeting the deadline and jeopardizing the quality of a standard, the IASC would put quality before the timetable.
Clearly, the corporation and the CPA firm cannot be criticized for failing to anticipate that adhering to these factors would be necessary to avoid jeopardizing the confidentiality of the related communications.