But Mr. Bagnet, unconscious of these little defects, sets his heart on Mrs. Bagnet eating a most severe quantity of the delicacies before her; and as that good old girl would not cause him a moment’s disappointment on any day, least of all on such a day, for any consideration, she imperils her digestion fearfully.
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the terrorist attack imperils peace talks
I told Sana that your brother’s escape depended on it—and that giving any more details could imperil the jailbreak.