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fraught with danger

Cliché [of something] full of something dangerous or unpleasant. The spy's trip to Russia was fraught with danger. My escape from the kidnapper was fraught with danger.
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APRA, Australia's prudential regulator, has said that SME loans are fraught with risks.
Summary: There has been a fraught atmosphere in the Big Brother house.
Although vaccines have saved many thousands of lives, their history is fraught with controversy.
Lieber, who already stirred debate with her recent proposal to ban the spanking of youngsters under 3, knows the issue is fraught for many families.
In these times fraught with potential, the hub of motion pictures in America was on the East Cost, not the West; The Blanchard Brothers Film Company is a tale of two brothers whose vibrant studio flourished and faded.
Information that exists in two or more systems or locations are frequently fraught with variances, and a typical large company may need to complete 10,000 reconciliation actions in order to close its books, most of those highly manual, says Movaris President and CEO Eric Keller.
Under the direction of a government that continues to believe that HIV/AIDS is a direct and divine consequence of engaging in a lifestyle fraught with disease and sin, names-based HIV testing simply erects virtual colonies for diseased and rejected "lepers.
Vividly filmed and expertly edited, Deadly Ascent carries its viewers through the peril fraught exploration seeking to solve the mystery of high-altitude deaths with cutting-edge scientific experiments, daring rescues, emergency medical evacuations, and so much more.
When you're Electric Girl, even a simple trip to the hairdresser is fraught with peril--she must wear a rubber suit.
Though the photographs here convey an appropriate sense of artistic serenity, actually bringing to life the vision of people such as Daniel Buren, Yoko Ono, Norman Foster and Arata Isozaki was fraught with difficulties.
Like the two before, Dreaming the Eagle and Dreaming the Bull, it is fraught with mystical imagery and visionquest experiences that color the lives of the Eceni and other tribes in Roman-occupied Britain of A.
Dudley Moore was an actor, a comedian, and the husband to a perfectionist wife: he left a promising career in jazz piano to become a comedian, then an actor--and his personal life was fraught with illness and trials.
Negotiating the space of consumption under new conditions of globalization entails traversing a gendered terrain of masculinities and femininities in ways that reveal the link among youth, consumption, and globalization to be a fraught and contradictory.
Nevertheless, applying Jesus to our time is fraught with complications.
The country is also fraught with power outages as demand outstrips supply.