Some articles on dangerous:
... In 2005, Memphis was ranked the fourth most dangerous city with a population of 500,000 or higher in the U.S. 2006 and 2007, the Memphis metropolitan area ranked second most dangerous in the nation among cities with a population over 500,000 ... It also ranked as most dangerous in 2002 and second most dangerous in 2001 ...
... an innocent teen love affair, becomes a highly sensitive and dangerous issue since she is one of the persecuted Kaunians, liable to be murdered out of hand for no more ... In between all his dangerous adventures, Ealstan develops a skill as an accountant, a trade he learns from his father Hestan, together with also imbibing his father's ... the solid good sense needed for a good accountant can also be the key to survival in dangerous situations, especially under a military occupation and/or an ...
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... theme song for Young and Dangerous (1996) Blade Light Sword Shadow (刀光劍影) with Ekin Cheng, sub theme song for Young and Dangerous (199 ...
... The Dangerous Flirt (also released as A Dangerous Flirtation) is a 1924 melodrama directed by Tod Browning, which is now considered to be lost ...
More definitions of "dangerous":
- (adj): Involving or causing danger or risk; liable to hurt or harm.
Example: "A dangerous criminal"; "a dangerous bridge"; "unemployment reached dangerous proportions"
Famous quotes containing the word dangerous:
“It is not when it is dangerous to tell the truth that its advocates are hardest to find, but when it is boring.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“Even healthy families need outside sources of moral guidance to keep those tensions from implodingand this means, among other things, a public philosophy of gender equality and concern for child welfare. When instead the larger culture aggrandizes wife beaters, degrades women or nods approvingly at child slappers, the family gets a little more dangerous for everyone, and so, inevitably, does the larger world.”
—Barbara Ehrenreich (20th century)
“The most dangerous word in any human tongue is the word for brother. Its inflammatory.”
—Tennessee Williams (19141983)