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  • n. Plural form of danger.


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  • The "dangers of the deep" are nothing compared with the _dangers of the shore_.

    The Lighthouse

  • As the 112th session of Congress convened on Capitol Hill, with Republicans holding a 242 to 193 majority, but with Democrats still in charge in the U.S Senate, President Obama's spokesman and other administration officials talked about what they call the dangers of overturning key aspects of health care reform.

    Obama Urges Democrats to 'Fight Back' Against GOP Attack Plan

  • At the same time, the pope often denounced what he called the dangers of modern Western society: genetic engineering, cloning, gay marriages.

    CNN Transcript Apr 3, 2005

  • The Chamber of Commerce is also going to run a voter education program discussing legal reform and what it calls the dangers of having the trial bar too closely aligned with the White House.

    CNN Transcript Aug 24, 2004

  • Residents of one Charlottesville apartment complex are coming forward with more complaints about what they call dangers in their building following a ceiling collapse earlier this week.

    WCAV - HomePage - Headlines

  • Capitol, Obama warned against what he called the dangers of silence. Local, Sports, Business and Entertainment News

  • Obama warned against what he called the dangers of silence, saying that every day, somewhere in the world people must resist the urge to turn away from scenes of horror, hate, injustice and intolerance.


  • With him was Deborah Johns, who also rallied the crowd in opposition to President Barack Obama and what she characterized as the dangers of liberalism during a program of speeches and songs that lasted more the two hours. - News

  • In both cases, EPA officials stress the results are preliminary, and that drawing conclusions about long-term health dangers from a small number of samples is impossible.

    EPA finds manganese threat at 2 schools

  • He said one of the dangers is that after the upcoming meetings, China could revert to little or no further currency appreciation.

    Administration Launches China Trade Investigation


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