danger line


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Noun1.danger line - a line beyond which it is dangerous to go
line - a spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidimensional extent
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This depot was within the danger line for Jurgis--in the "Levee" district, where he was known; but he went there, all the same, for he was desperate, and beginning to think of even the Bridewell as a place of refuge.
But the statistics collected over a long time on data from 10,000 children obviously underline the suspicions that letting youngsters loose with a phone has its own peculiar danger line. Of course they can be great fun, informative and, yes, good for our children to have in case of problems.
The meeting also discussed water situation in Rawal and Simly dams and noted that the water level in the dams was below the danger line, but the dams officials were directed to open spillways before it reached the maximum level.
DANGER Line was hung across bikers' path in Cavehill
Far down the beach, a surf school was straggling back to the car park with awkward boards, while another surfer sat well outside the supposed danger line. I headed for a point close to the line, though it wasn't long before the current had swept me just inside it.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party (ALDE) President Sir Graham Watson has reacted to a board of trustees being appointed to take over the administration of Koza ypek Holding and its companies, including its media group, ahead of upcoming elections, saying Turkey has crossed the danger line.
Talks in Paris will be an extremely difficult negotiation, but Canete is sure that there is the political will for genuine resolution to take the humanity out of danger line. Arias Canete laid out his priorities as legal certainty, a review every five years, clear enforcement rules, and an interim 2050 goal of cutting global emissions by 60 percent versus 2010, plus the more remote target of virtually zero emissions by 2100.
Cheltenham's point from a 1-1 draw against Mansfield - coupled with TRANMERE's defeat at home - was enough to lift them above the danger line.
It denounced the United States and its allies, saying "the frozen North-South relations have gone beyond such the danger line that they are no longer repairable and an extremely dangerous situation is prevailing on the Korean Peninsula where a nuclear war may break out right now."