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at hazard

in danger; at risk. He is not willing to have much of his money at hazard in the stock market. Your life is at hazard unless you wear a helmet when you ride your motorcycle.
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hazard an opinion

Fig. to give an opinion. Anne asked the attorney to hazard an opinion about the strength of her lawsuit. Don't feel like you have to hazard an opinion on something you know nothing about.
See also: hazard, opinion

take a guess

 and hazard a guess; make a guess
to guess. Even if you don't know, please take a guess. If you don't know the answer, hazard a guess.
See also: guess, take
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Infections from flexible endoscopes, missed alarms, and opioid-related deaths lead the Top 10 Health Technology Hazards List for 2016, available now for free download
The hazard protection solutions being used currently fail to scan the minute presence of viruses, leading to widespread illnesses and deaths.
But along with the Belgium international's creativity, Mourinho was also keen to praise the way Hazard handled the physical challenge Stoke posed.
Given the lack of available property-specific hazard risk analysis to date, standard methods of assessing a borrower's propensity to default on a mortgage have failed to account for the potential impact of a devastating natural disaster event in calculations of expected loss risk.
Through the hazard identification tool, users can play from the perspective of either a business owner or an employee as they learn to identify realistic, common hazards and address them with practical and effective solutions.
The primary method of hazard identification, however, is the requirement to perform a job hazard assessment under Subpart I of the General Industry Standards for the purpose of selecting the correct personal protection equipment (PPE).
Hazard will be held on Friday, April 18, at noon, in the McNally and Watson Funeral Home, 304 Church St.
In his new book, the now Roma coach says Didier Drogba called Gervinho and asked his Ivory Coast team-mate if Hazard was with him.
Drop a ball behind the water hazard, Keeping the point at which the original ball last crossed the margin of the water hazard directly between the hole and the spot on which the ball is dropped.
With Chelsea trailing 2-0 from the first leg and unable to make any inroads well into the second half during the return match at the Liberty Stadium, Hazard went to try and hurriedly retrieve the ball from behind the byline to restart the game.
Some economic definitions focus on ex ante behavior: moral hazard is defined as the ".
However, an appraiser who conducted a subsequent appraisal on behalf of Hazard classified the property as a two-family rental property, substantially lowering its appraised value.
As we have previously reported, mitigation policies, assessing and mapping hazard risk, land use planning, building codes, and public awareness, can be used to reduce the risk of losses from natural hazards.
Therefore, the problem of risk assessment lies in the absence of methodology for hazard analysis and risk estimation that would provide objective results and support the fulfilment of all current legal requirements.
Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB), which advises OSHA, reported on its investigation of combustible dust hazards and recommended new measures to avoid explosions and fires.