Prepositions used with "danger"

"in danger" or "of danger"?

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In 68% of cases danger in is used

You put people's lives in danger.

If you are true, you will be in danger.

I would never put my children in danger.

It is the perception that if you do nothing, then someone else is imminently in danger.

Sita suspected that Rama was in danger and insisted upon Lakshmana? s going to his help.

In danger of being arrested by the new French government, de Gaulle returned to England.

Gatsby would change all that, of course, so thoroughly that now we may be in danger of forgetting Fitzgerald's stories.

The Washington Post report says ' the shy, soft-spoken 79-year-old is in danger of going down in history as a failure '.

Burmese Muslims are subjected to the practical demonstration of otherisation, putting their lives and culture in danger.

For a long time now, the green movement has been in retreat, and that retreat now seems in danger of turning into a rout.

In 17% of cases danger of is used

Obamacare is now out of danger.

Calm in the face of danger, not afraid of challenges.

Associating into their internal representations of danger.

It is essential to provide sexual education to young children to take them out of danger.

Being against?? security?? is a bit like being against?? safety?? or in favour of danger.

Most children also act out rituals of danger and rescue? imagining floods, tidal waves, fires, being lost, and so on.

Some people don't use the internet correctly so there is an element of danger to it, but you learn to deal with that.

And it's self perpetuating; the more rules and warnings there are, the more atrophied our awareness of danger becomes.

Anger -- one letter short of danger The physical effects of anger can affect your health both in the short and long term.

In 4% of cases danger from is used

She can not move herself away from danger and can not use words to communicate her needs.

He assumes various forms and appears wherever is necessary to save people from danger or fear.

Protection and security A mother always tries to safeguard the child from danger and difficulties.

You better give a rebound in the corner or far away from danger, than giving a rebound 5 feet in front of you.

Alvira and Amante asked Susan David (Mylene Dizon) to take care of Mara and bring her somewhere far from danger.

There are many payment gateways that are utilized by the online retail web sites and they may be free from danger and secure.

World Refugee Day - Act and protect - (20/06/2012) Refugees across the world seek protection from danger, from physical and mental violence and torture.

This would have prepared our cave-dwelling ancestors to fight or run away from danger, but it's much less appropriate to the stresses we encounter today.

He reported that the ideal gestation for a newborn human would be when quadrupedal locomotion (movement on all fours) begins- when she is able to escape from danger by her own means.

You've definitely heard, though, that you should keep eyes on whatever your child does over the internet by using mobile phone parental control software to protect them from dangers.

In 4% of cases danger with is used

Coping with danger is stressful.

Imagine Striker starting again with Danger Bay.

Coping with danger while protecting vulnerable children must be far more intense.

Here they met and studied unique animals and were confronted with danger from drought,.

Scaling Mount Everest is fraught with danger and there is threat to life at every step.

Especially the online world which is probably more fraught with danger than the outside world.

It is very fit and most necessary for a soldier, who is daily faced with danger to his life, and often to his very salvation.

Fear extinction is an active process of building a new emotional memory; in this case, a memory of spiders not associated with danger or harm.

It is argued here that these forces give us powers novel in history and bring mankind face to face with dangers such as it has never confronted before.

Their working conditions are far from ideal, and although they contend with dangers in the form of sharp edges, chemicals, and disease, they hardly complain.

In 3% of cases danger to is used

Silva July 31, 2012 Study points to dangers of not taking time off from work.

Wilt thou stay here, while I - yet no - that would be to leave thee to danger.

However, they are not the type of people to expose themselves rashly to danger.

To survive, its reaction to danger is to find a safe place to hide until the danger has gone.

Du n no how many people have no idea about this riding in groups and thus exposing their mates to danger.

Mara did not want to go home and rest because she is afraid that her parents will be put to danger again.

All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger.

The research further revealed that most farmers are exposed to danger since most of them are attacked by armed robbers anytime they return to their villages after selling their produce.

In 1% of cases danger for is used

Meaning the potential for danger is always there.

The anxious person sorts for danger, and when asked to find a resource experience they will often access instead the most challenging and scary times they have had.

Walk in the Wild The Tuolumne Canyon is one of the most magnificent natural areas we've had the privilege to experience and, like any backwoods country, not without its potential for danger.

Somalia is at crossroads and any true unionist has to be on the lookout for dangers embedded in current developments that can do more harm than good to our unity or bring us back to square one.

In 1% of cases danger into is used

Some blame could be attributed to Lindegaard parrying it back into danger, but it was a tough shot to handle from Bale though I do think he could have done better.

War reporters are often seen as a wild bunch of thrill-seekers who wade into danger zones simply for the sake of the adrenalin high the settings inevitably provide.

They also have to be helped to see that our life involves a lot of insecurity, possibly going into danger, ready to go to war-torn areas and places that are unsettled.

In 1% of cases danger without is used

He saved his own soul, perhaps, and without danger, but in a hard selfishness.

Susan and Mara went somewhere outside town to start a new life there without danger.

These tanks were designed to clear terrain to their front, and detonate mine fields and other booby traps without danger to the tanks or infantry following.

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