01. Your reckless driving [endangered] the lives of everyone in the car.
02. Raising taxes at this time could [endanger] this slow recovery of the economy.
03. It's too windy to go out in a boat without [endangering] yourself and the others.
04. Our world is seriously [endangered] by enormous wealth inequalities and major disruptions of the global environment.
05. The list of [endangered] species in this country is growing almost daily.
06. Any changes we make to our environment [endanger] the natural balance.
07. Some crocodiles are becoming [endangered] as their habitat is destroyed, such as when nesting areas along the river are disrupted by boat traffic.
08. Coral reefs are home to over 25% of all marine life, and are the world's most fragile and [endangered] ecosystem.
09. Gorillas, [endangered] in most other parts of Africa, are said to be so common in the nation of Gabon that they've almost become a problem.
10. Some people in Wales feel that tourism, though an important source of revenue for the country, [endangers] their culture.
11. There is a hint of scandal in the candidate's background which may [endanger] his run for leadership of the party.
12. Environmentalists are asking the government to pass stricter laws to protect [endangered] species.
13. The level of the Red River has risen rapidly over the last few days, and is now [endangering] some of the farms along its banks.
14. Nuclear weapons [endanger] all life on our planet.
15. Recent conflicts in the area seem to have [endangered] chances for a peaceful settlement with the rebels.
16. I don't understand why you would want to [endanger] your marriage for one night with this woman.
17. A huge forest fire is now [endangering] a number of houses on the outskirts of the city.
18. All sea turtle species are considered [endangered] or threatened in at least part of their ranges.
19. The human species is reproducing itself to such a point that we are [endangering] our planet.
20. Many plants and animals are [endangered] due to pollution.
21. James Madison once suggested that liberty may be [endangered] by the abuses of liberty as well as by the abuses of power.
22. Earl Warren once warned that life and liberty can be as much [endangered] from illegal methods used to convict those thought to be criminals as from the actual criminals themselves.

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