Despite the financial remedy, partial repeal of the screen quota has imperiled the domestic market.
The student warns Zonker that the celebration is imperiled because "President Roth thinks you're bad for Wesleyan's image."
We learn what we already knew, that man is disposable matter, an imperiled creature of flesh and blood.
He often files amicus briefs, especially in cases where constitutionally guaranteed rights are imperiled.
Who in New York City, whether a pedestrian or a dismounter from a car, taxi, or bus, has not been imperiled by a cyclist?
That meant the passage of a certain length of time; and meanwhile who could say what might not be happening to the imperiled men?
The river was filled with drifting cakes of ice, which imperiled the boats.
Foot by foot did the guide, assisted by the two scouts, draw the imperiled one upward.
Yet the promise of this life is imperiled by the very genius that has made it possible.
He stood true to David, though by so doing he imperiled his own life.