imperilment


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im·per·il

 (ĭm-pĕr′əl)
tr.v. im·per·iled, im·per·il·ing, im·per·ils or im·per·illed or im·per·il·ling
To expose to peril. See Synonyms at endanger.

im·per′il·ment n.
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imperilment

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Exposure to possible harm, loss, or injury:
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If, however, MPs freely decide in the course of exercising their mandate to leave the political structure that has endorsed them during the election period and whose members they are, in the absence of any element of constraint or external pressure on them in the sense of expressing certain votes and political opinions, hence in the absence of any imperilment to the freedom to exercise the representative mandate whose legal protection is ensured by the principle of the non-imperative mandate, their mandate must automatically cease.
Second, the impact does not just involve increased reputational imperilment.
It seems evident that all parties put their views forward forcefully, but in the spirit of the League, the differences, though still real, were not turned into the sort of confrontation which would have outside pundits crowing happily about fatal divisions and the imperilment of the Arab League itself.
There is no arguing that climate change is a significant factor in its imperilment, which is why we must step up efforts to protect the species by addressing climate change.
Nature Serve Ranks (also called Natural Heritage Ranks) is a means of ranking the relative imperilment of species of plants and animals on a global, national and state level (Stein 2002 and Faber-Langendoen et al.
As a result, we become, in effect, what Oates might term imaginative participants in the shaping of Frannie's character, and are thus acutely sensitive to her ensuing anxieties and imperilment.
suspect denigrated caste and imperilment of foreign policy interests.
To think of adolescent motive as no less mixed, fractally multiple, and irreducible than that of adults, while also unfolding within ecologies of temporality and self-relation that are appreciably different from adults'--to think of adolescents as in this way both like adults and unlike adults--may be to lessen a bit the strains of pity, condescension, mistrust, and self-exoneration that shadow adult responses to queer teen imperilment.
The association says that the additional comments of Minister Jankulovska are stubborn and represent imperilment of the multi-ethnicity.
Probably dozens of paths have led us here: the erosion of community throughout the nation; its replacement by a virtual community instead, where all of us tend to "speak" only to those who are like us; the yawning political divide between red and blue states (having been raised in the West, I can testify to its profoundly different culture and perspective from what one finds in the East); the growing righteousness and assertiveness of the fundamentalist branches of established religions, both qualities springing from a sense of imperilment; a consequent and similar (but so far relatively quiescent) sense of imperilment among "secularists.
After I've checked both my e-mail accounts and finished my second cup of coffee but before I've undressed for the shower, I want the day to be over with so that I can start drinking shochu without risking imperilment of the modest but steady income I receive each month.