In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- These orders must be followed to the letter, Recin, or we risk jeopardizing the mission.
- Failure to provide this information to your insurer could jeopardize claims for damage or theft.
- However, these negotiations are sensitive and to reveal more of their details would risk jeopardising their outcome.
- They also tell him that he can never leave, since that risks jeopardizing the setup for them all.
- Conservatives' failure to back this project initially jeopardised the commitment of the business community.
- Is it selfish to seek for personal justice if it risks jeopardising the delicate work of the democratic movement?
- Such damage could jeopardize the transmission of the priceless science data to the Earth.
- No one wants to put their finest athletes at risk and this would jeopardize lives.
- Beckham's ego, in contrast, is in danger of undermining and jeopardising England's potential as a team.
- The loss of 30 tons of salt isn't likely to jeopardize road safety on the North Shore, Dean said.
- Vaccination has a potential role in disease and epidemic management, at the risk of jeopardizing the trade status of a country.
- Compromising these standards could jeopardize the health of restaurant customers and staff.
- Asked on Wednesday night if the loss to Northern Ireland might jeopardise his position, he said he would not resign.
- The compromised microcirculation further jeopardizes the survival of pneumocytes and culminates in emphysema.
- It also plunders natural resources, imperils posterity, and jeopardizes self determination.
- Then we risk jeopardising the success of this initiative by rushing the appointments of key staff.
- Obviously you want openness about danger, but not anything that would jeopardize security.
- They have to ensure contracts for services are completed in time because failure could jeopardise the award.
- They seriously risk jeopardizing their careers if they attempt to work purely in the intelligence field.
- The 1973 oil crisis and political changes within member states threatened to jeopardize agreement on regional policy.
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