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use "hazardous" in a sentence

In recent years there have been several cases of minors sent out on hazardous journeys in order to apply for political asylum status which, once granted, would enable the rest of the family to join them.

9 Oct. 2009. In addition to hazardous salts in our environment,
to protect consumers from dangerous products, including requiring that their labels must bear a clear warning statement to prevent any health hazard.

The pitlane, despite being in the middle of the road again, is not much of a hazard because the track is long and there are no hazards that cause damage.

kraid also appeared in Super Smash Bros. Melee as a stage hazard in Brinstar Depths and unlockable trophy.

If the beam is refocused, the hazard of Class 1M lasers may be increased and the product class may be changed.

Stray voltages or earth potential rise effects will occur, which may create noise in signals or if large enough will produce an electric shock hazard.

Navassa, a hazard to navigation, needed a lighthouse.

If one is to hazard a guess at this subject, then the family tie probably goes back to when both families lived in the Amedia region in the mid 17th century, prior to their departure to Nochiya and Barzan respectively.

Their aim was the globally uniform solution of the problem of earthquake hazard in fire insurance contracts.

Even the homeless may be arrested and taken to shelters, only to be released when the hazard abates.

The hazard family soon recognized default on agreement with the promoters of the holding company.

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