Dangeration may refer to:
- Risk, the threat of adverse events
- Danger (company), a Microsoft subsidiary which made cellular telephones
- Danger (musician), French electronic composer and performer
- Danger (album), the fourth studio album by P-Square
- Danger!, 2008 EP by Swedish duo The Sound of Arrows
- "Danger" (song), by AC/DC
- Danger (TV series), a 1950s TV series
- Danger! and Other Stories, a collection of stories by Arthur Conan Doyle
- "Danger" (Been So Long), a song by Mystikal
- "Danger/Disease Control", a song by X Marks the Pedwalk
- "Danger," a song by Blahzay Blahzay on the album Blah Blah Blah
- "Danger," a song by The Psychedelic Furs on the album Forever Now
- Danger (film), a 2005 film written and directed by Krishna Vamsi starring Allari Naresh
- Danger, a 2005 film written by Ajay Sastry
- Danger (Supreme Majesty album), a 2003 album by power metal band Supreme Majesty from Sweden
- Danger, the physical manifestation of X-Men's self-aware Danger Room software
Other articles related to "danger":
... a day in the open sea was constantly on the move had been in danger from rivers, in danger from bandits, in danger from his fellow Jews, in danger from Gentiles in danger in the city, in danger in the country ...
... Star of Danger is a science fiction novel by Marion Zimmer Bradley in her Darkover series ... in "Author's Notes on Chronology" that in her view, Star of Danger occurs about thirty years after the events in The Spell Sword ...
... if the salvage services which rescue a vessel from one danger eventually make the situation worse, no salvage award is typically granted ... that the services which rescued a vessel from one danger, but eventually left her in a position of even greater danger, did not contribute to ultimate success and therefore do not amount to salvage ...
... Danger needs to be real but not necessarily immediate or absolute ... The subject of salvage must be in real danger, which means the property is exposed to damage or destruction ... The burden of proof lies on the salvor, which means the salvor needs to prove real danger existed when the performance of service commenced ...
Famous quotes containing the word danger:
“Hast thou named all the birds without a gun?
Loved the wood rose, and left it on its stalk?
At rich mens tables eaten bread and pulse?
Unarmed, faced danger with a heart of trust?”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The so-called consumer society and the politics of corporate capitalism have created a second nature of man which ties him libidinally and aggressively to the commodity form. The need for possessing, consuming, handling and constantly renewing the gadgets, devices, instruments, engines, offered to and imposed upon the people, for using these wares even at the danger of ones own destruction, has become a biological need.”
—Herbert Marcuse (18981979)
“Yet some natures are too good to be spoiled by praise, and wherever the vein of thought reaches down into the profound, there is no danger from vanity. Solemn friends will warn them of the danger of the heads being turned by the flourish of trumpets, but they can afford to smile.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)