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Use "dangers" in a sentence
"The "dangers of the deep" are nothing compared with the _dangers of the shore_."
"As the 112th session of Congress convened on Capitol Hill, with Republicans holding a 242 to 193 majority, but with Democrats still in charge in the U.S Senate, President Obama's spokesman and other administration officials talked about what they call the dangers of overturning key aspects of health care reform."
"At the same time, the pope often denounced what he called the dangers of modern Western society: genetic engineering, cloning, gay marriages."