riskful


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riskful

(ˈrɪskfʊl)
adj
risky
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We don't have proper machinery to destroy this used and riskful garbage to reduce the risk it posses to the human life.
The suppression of this particular probiotic, such as Bifidobacterium adolescentis, one of the dominant anaerobes in the intestines of humans, might lead to imbalance of intestinal flora and is considered to be potentially riskful for human health.
However it is a riskful initialization since it is possible that the number of constraints-compliant composition plans is less than HMS and initialization phase becomes an indefinite loop.
Additionally, section 211 will not be realised if the athlete knew how riskful the medication could be.
System designers and developers--including those responsible for the human interfaces used in inherently riskful operational environments that must be trusted--need broader and deeper knowledge; interface design is often critical.