Hazard

[song] "Hazard" is a 1991 song performed by adult contemporary artist Richard Marx. It has since become one of the most popular songs by Richard Marx, peaking at #9 on the Billboard Hot 100. In addition, the song spent one week atop the Billboard adult contemporary chart. It also did very well in the United Kingdom, peaking at #3 on the UK
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Hazard

HMS Hazard was a British Halcyon Class fleet minesweeper of 835 tons displacement of the Second World War launched in 1937. HMS Hazard was powered by two sets of 3-cylinder compound engines providing a top speed of 17 knots. She carried a complement of 80 and was armed with two 4-inch anti-aircraft guns and five smaller guns.
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Hazard

[DC Comics] Hazard is a fictional comic book character published by DC Comics. She was a member of the villainous group Injustice Society. Though she does not have a problem using her abilities for illegal gain, she has shown some apprehension at murder. ==Fictional character biography== During the anti-hero mania that was sweeping the US (
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Hazard

[Marvel Comics] ==Fictional character biography== Carter Ryking`s father worked at the Alamogordo Nuclear Research facility alongside Brian Xavier and Kurt Marko. When Carter`s mutant powers first manifested themselves, his father placed him under heavy sedation because the power was uncontrollable. Unfortunately, no measures to cure or ass
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Hazard

[golf] A hazard is an area of a golf course in the sport of golf which provides a difficult obstacle. which may be of three types: (1) water hazards such as lakes and rivers; (2) man-made hazards such as bunkers; and (3) natural hazards such as dense vegetation. Special rules apply to playing balls that fall in a hazard. For example, a play
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Hazard

[logic] In digital logic, a hazard in a system is an undesirable effect caused by either a deficiency in the system or external influences. Logic hazards are manifestations of a problem in which changes in the input variables do not change the output correctly due to some form of delay caused by logic elements (NOT, AND, OR gates, etc.) Thi
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Hazard

[computer architecture] Hazards are problems with the instruction pipeline in central processing unit (CPU) microarchitectures that potentially result in incorrect computation. There are typically three types of hazards: There are several methods used to deal with hazards, including pipeline stalls, pipeline bubbling, register forwarding, a
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Hazard

[game] Hazard is an Old English game played with two dice which was mentioned in Geoffrey Chaucer`s Canterbury Tales in the 14th century. Hazard is not interchangeable with "Grand Hazard," which is played with three dice; Grand Hazard is similar to sic bo. Despite its complicated rules, hazard was very popular in the 17th and 18th centuries
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Hazard

1. Potential for radiation, a chemical or other pollutant to cause human illness or injury. 2. In the pesticide program, the inherent toxicity of a compound. Hazard identification of a given substances is an informed judgment based on verifiable toxicity data from animal models or human studies.
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Hazard

The probability that a substance will cause harm under conditions of exposure.
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hazard

[Noun] A danger or risk; something likely to cause damage.
Example: Passive smoking is a hazard to health.
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hazard

[n] - a source of danger 2. [n] - an obstacle on a golf course
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Hazard

Anything that has the potential to cause harm to people, eg chemicals, electricity, working with ladders.
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Hazard

is “something with the potential to cause harm� according the HSE. Almost anything may be a hazard, but may or may not become a risk
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Hazard

The potential that the use of a product will result in an adverse effect on a person or the environment.
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Hazard

Hazard is the general term for anything which has the ability to cause injury or for the potential to cause injury. The hazard associated with a potentially toxic substance is a function of its toxicity and the potential for exposure to the substance. T
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Hazard

Hazard is the general term for anything which has the ability to cause injury or for the potential to cause injury. The hazard associated with a potentially toxic substance is a function of its toxicity and the potential for exposure to the substance. The probability of exposure to the substance is a risk factor. Compare risk.
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Hazard

Haz'ard (hăz'ẽrd) noun [ French hasard , Spanish azar an unforeseen disaster or accident, an unfortunate card or throw at dice, probably from Arabic zahr , zār , a die, which, with the article al the, would give azzahr , azzār
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Hazard

Haz'ard transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Hazarded ; present participle & verbal noun Hazarding .] [ Confer French hasarder . See Hazard , noun ] 1. To expose to the operation of
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Hazard

Haz'ard (hăz'ẽrd) intransitive verb To try the chance; to encounter risk or danger. Shak.
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Hazard

Haz'ard noun (Golf) Any place into which the ball may not be safely played, such as bunkers, furze, water, sand, or other kind of bad ground.
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hazard

This is a general term for anything which has the ability to cause injury. The hazard associated with a potentially toxic substance is a function of its toxicity and the potential for exposure to the substance. The probability of exposure to the substance is a risk factor. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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hazard

noun an obstacle on a golf course
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Hazard

A hazard is anything that can cause harm (e.g. dangerous chemicals, electricity, an exposed wire, or working at heights from ladders). :: Health and Safety Authority (8th Edition) :: Health & Safety Board (6th Edition)
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Hazard

• (n.) Holing a ball, whether the object ball (winning hazard) or the player`s ball (losing hazard). • (n.) To venture to incur, or bring on. • (n.) Risk; danger; peril; as, he encountered the enemy at the hazard of his reputation and life. • (v. i.) To try the chance; to encounter risk or danger. • (n.) The uncertain resul
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