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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of jeopardize.


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  • If it goes on long enough, their health is jeopardized from the stress.

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  • At no point was the public's safety or the handling of emergency calls jeopardized, said Police Chief Robert Milano.

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  • Mielke started the brouhaha with complaints that Mager "jeopardized" the county by violating … Latest stories

  • Federal arts support of $878,300 would be "jeopardized" if the state arts council is eliminated, NEA officials have said; no other state agency meets its partnership requirements. - News

  • Garrett also claims the Hook articles prevented him from renting an apartment in Los Angeles, "jeopardized" his standing with

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  • Yoo's absurd arguments eventually "jeopardized" the Justice Department's relations with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

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  • The early missteps in the legal review of the program "jeopardized" the Justice Department's relations with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, the secret court that approves intelligence wiretaps, because the program operated outside the bounds of the court, the report said.

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  • I don't know about recession, but all this talk about the Feds grabbing hold of our 401 (K) has sure "jeopardized" ours.

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  • A host of stabilities which provide a background of regularity within which life can be rationally and prudently led are jeopardized ...

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  • We think about what we would do if our home was destroyed, our food supply scarce, and our safety jeopardized.

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