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danger; a dangerous situation:
to get out of harm's way during a storm.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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It is possible that he might be guided in some good path, and kept out of
, without any of these things.
Getting close enough means putting oneself in
Spectators shared in the risk: at many motordromes, they peered down from the lip of the track, in
Expose people to needs, provide opportunities for volunteering, and put people in
of being asked to volunteer.
It has repeatedly shown a willingness to put its soldiers in
The result is to put more people and property in
if those barriers fail.
Experts say the safest course for those who found themselves in
would be to get to high ground as soon as possible.
Such storms reduce the time that warnings are effective and allow people to get out of
We elevated the unit out of
by building a brick wall.
Snowmobilers can punch the throttle to power out of
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