1 He had sold his boats when blockading grew too hazardous, and he was now openly engaged in food speculation.
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2 Driving alone was hazardous these days and she knew it, more hazardous than ever before, for now the negroes were completely out of hand.
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3 The course lay up the ascent, and still continued hazardous and laborious.
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4 We went, as usual, to our several fields of labor, but with bosoms highly agitated with thoughts of our truly hazardous undertaking.
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5 For although this last may sometimes, as in the case of Rome, afford an efficacious remedy, it is too hazardous a remedy to make us ever wish to employ it.
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6 Further, we have to note that there is no more hazardous or less useful defence than one conducted without method or system.
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7 Now, however, I will tell you of the many hazardous adventures which by Jove's will I met with on my return from Troy.
8 Things are getting desperate, and it is at least a chance, though a hazardous one.
9 "Bills upon his Majesty's private treasury," answered d'Artagnan, who, reckoning upon entering into the king's service in consequence of this recommendation, believed he could make this somewhat hazardous reply without telling of a falsehood.
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10 And because it appeared to them, as I have said, that their desire was a reasonable one, they were resolved to satisfy it at all hazards.
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11 For the truth of the matter is, that a captain who would keep the field, cannot decline battle when his adversary forces it on him at all hazards.
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12 I found among them a determination to protect each other from the blood-thirsty kidnapper, at all hazards.
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13 The sight of Yeobright at once banished Wildeve's sober feelings, who saw him again as the deadly rival from whom Eustacia was to be kept at all hazards.
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14 Of great events, great hazards, great adventures, great men, thank God, we have seen enough, we have them heaped higher than our heads.
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15 That hazard shall not be thine.
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