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danger man

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a person, esp a member of a sports team, who is likely to inflict damage on opponents
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MARTIN SKRTEL insists he's ready to nullify the threat of Aston Villa dangerman Christian Benteke at Wembley on Sunday.
It's testament to Ratchford's versatility - and also freakish talent and consistency - that he remains a key dangerman with one of the top sides in the country.
WELLINGTON -- New Zealand dismissed West Indies dangerman Chris Gayle for 61 in their World Cup quarterfinal on Saturday, giving a massive boost to the cohosts' hopes of securing a semifinal berth.
Poland host world champions Germany looking to keep dangerman Thomas Muller quiet, with both teams aiming to make it two wins from two in Group D.
TIGERS boss Daryl Powell has singled out Ben Cockayne as the dangerman for Rovers who have lost their last three visits to the Mend-A-Hose Jungle.
Dangerman Brown was twice thwarted by the Town keeper before he wrapped up the win, shooting on the turn to send a powerful right foot effort into the bottom corner.
He scored and set up the other and will be the dangerman for Blues tomorrow.
Popov twice finished off passes from Kuban Krasnodar dangerman Ibrahima Balde to give the visitors a perfect introduction to European football.
Their dangerman is Mali international striker Cheick Diabate and the squad also includes Polish midfielder Ludovic Obraniak, Brazilian defender Mariano, Senegal defender Ludovic Sane and Czech midfielder Jaroslav Plasil.
Lisa Hill spoke out as dangerman Glenn Parr was jailed for the latest in a long series of motoring crimes.
Despite Keys protests, referee Mr Sean Brickell allowed play to continue for five minutes after the grandstand clock had stopped at 40 minutes and Cardiff somehow found the energy to get the ball to dangerman Davies.
The world's energy system today relies heavily on fossil fuels and uranium, and its output regularly causes damage to the environment in the form of pollution, oil spills, or nuclear leaks," Jerome Dangerman, lead author of the study and Research Scholar at IIASA at the time of writing the article said.