serious threat

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  • It has been up to us to face a serious threat to the peace.
  • But in no case had a serious threat been raised against our national safety or our continued independence. Cited from State of the Union, Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • They were known to the authorities but not considered a serious threat.
  • He only agreed to new elections when rebellion became a serious threat.
  • He is also a serious threat from the three-point line that can surprise opponents.
  • If that party should come into power, it would be a very serious threat to the peace of the world. Cited from Life of Henry Reeve, by John Knox Laughton, Vol. 2
  • The formation in ranks is a serious threat, which may at any moment be put into effect. Cited from Battle Studies, by C. Ardant du Picq
  • This is often cited as a serious threat to his professional and personal reputation.
  • Heavy hunting pressure was a problem in the past, but is not a serious threat today.
  • As European presence in their range increased, trophy hunting also became a serious threat.
  • A far more serious threat came from football.
  • Establishment of human settlements within the park is also a serious threat.
  • The combined forces of both princes became a serious threat to the British.
  • Introduced species also pose a serious threat to many native species.
  • He proved himself to be a serious threat in these leagues.
  • The house is surrounded by commercial buildings, posing serious threat to its body.
  • This can pose a serious threat to public health and the surrounding environment.
  • At the time it was under a serious threat of being condemned.
  • After their victory, there was no serious threat against them in the Morea.
  • He was never a serious threat, and never bothered to campaign for the position.
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