- v pose a threat to; present a danger to
- The law's aim is to ensure production for an 80-day "cooling-off period" in strikes or threatened strikes found to imperil the "national health or safety," thereby giving .
- Those moves brought widespread international condemnation, which in turn sparked a nationalistic backlash in China that some feared might imperil the smooth running of the .
- President Bush in USA Today
In a statement, Bush said the legislation "would imperil billions of dollars of Iraqi assets at a crucial juncture in that nation's reconstruction efforts."
- Barack Obama in ABC News
Obama continued, "I have condemned Russian aggression, and today I reiterate my demand that Russia abide by the cease-fire. Russia must know that its actions will have consequences. They will imperil the Civil Nuclear Agreement, and Russia's...
- Antonin Scalia in Technorati (blog)
We repeat those assurances here,Alito wrote. "Despite municipal respondents' doomsday proclamations, [the decision] does not imperil every law regulating firearms."