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dangerous

adjective Exposing to danger; involving danger; pertaining to danger; referring to danger; potentially causing harm to persons or property; associated with danger and harm.
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“Nightlife isn't inherently dangerous. Millions of people go out every year without a significant problem.
Rob Jenson, operations director North for Royal Mail said: "We know that most dogs are not inherently dangerous, however, even the most placid animal can be prone to attack if it feels its territory is being threatened.
"We know that most dogs are not inherently dangerous, however, even the most placid animal can attack if it feels its territory is being threatened.
According to Harold Feld, senior vice president of Public Knowledge, a digital rights advocacy group, the navigation apps were not inherently dangerous. Being able to enter a new destination into a navigation device on the fly, he said, is a pretty good thing, but could easily be done by a passenger or by using voice commands.
Although, some jobs, such as logging and power line repairing are inherently dangerous, agriculture is one of the top most careers that can make one sick, Fox News reported.
Hamblin was charged with possession of Class 1 wildlife, a species inherently dangerous to humans, which is a misdemeanor punishable by up to 11 months and 29 days in jail, plus a $2,500 fine.
Offering the original healthcare coverage was essential in attracting thousands of highly qualified scientists, engineers, and workers to those inherently dangerous and isolated places where our nuclear defenses kept the communist ogres at bay for 50 years: in my instance, this place was the Savannah River Site.
Speaking to members of the oil and gas industry, he will say the whole UK owes a "huge debt of gratitude" to the brave professionals who work every day in "an inherently dangerous environment".
Opposition health spokesman Andrew McDonald says sobering-up centres are inherently dangerous.
"But peacekeeping is inherently dangerous. And the risks are growing," the UN chief added.
This tells me, when our Welsh boys reach puberty, they will be deemed inherently dangerous.
But Clinton also stressed that diplomacy in unstable areas is inherently dangerous and praised Stevens for volunteering for difficult jobs to serve his country.