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  • verb Alternative spelling of imperiled.

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Examples

  • Rupert Murdoch, chairman of News Corp., one of the world's largest media conglomerates, told investors this month that automotive advertising has represented as much as 40 per cent of the advertising at his local Fox TV stations, and that category is down by 40 per cent this year, with some big advertisers such as imperilled General Motors cutting their spending by more than half.

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  • But, it still strikes me that if a new source of water isn't found for Guadalajara, Lake Chapala is still imperilled.

    Water in Chapala

  • But, it still strikes me that if a new source of water isn't found for Guadalajara, Lake Chapala is still imperilled.

    Water in Chapala

  • But, it still strikes me that if a new source of water isn't found for Guadalajara, Lake Chapala is still imperilled.

    Water in Chapala

  • But, it still strikes me that if a new source of water isn't found for Guadalajara, Lake Chapala is still imperilled.

    Water in Chapala

  • But, it still strikes me that if a new source of water isn't found for Guadalajara, Lake Chapala is still imperilled.

    Water in Chapala

  • But, it still strikes me that if a new source of water isn't found for Guadalajara, Lake Chapala is still imperilled.

    Water in Chapala

  • But, it still strikes me that if a new source of water isn't found for Guadalajara, Lake Chapala is still imperilled.

    Water in Chapala

  • Step forward Youssou N'Dour, spine-tingling singer, composer, occasional actor, entrepreneur, political activist and now would-be saviour of Africa's latest imperilled democracy.

    Youssou N'Dour: the singer who changed his tune | Observer profile

  • With his alma mater imperilled, he took over on 4 April 2009, for the visit of Chelsea – Newcastle's opponents at Stamford Bridge on Sunday – and lost the game 2-0.

    From the TV sofa to the dugout: Alan Shearer plots grand return

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