apparent danger

  • 1 apparent danger — danger which can be seen, danger which is perceptible …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 2 apparent danger — A danger which is capable of being seen or otherwise comprehended through the medium of the senses; one as well known to a person injured thereby as to the owner of the premises upon which it exists. Martin v Brown, 56 Idaho 379, 54 P2d 1157 …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 3 apparent danger — noun : danger that appears from overt actual demonstration (as by conduct and acts indicative of a design to take life or inflict great personal injury) to make homicide appear necessary to self preservation …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 4 apparent danger — As used with reference to the doctrine of self defense in homicide, means such overt actual demonstration, by conduct and acts, of a design to take life or do some great personal injury, as would make the killing apparently necessary to self… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 5 apparent — ap·par·ent adj 1: capable of being easily seen, perceived, or discovered apparent defects apparent ambiguity 2: having a right to succeed to a title or estate that cannot be defeated 3: appearing to one s senses and esp. one s vision or to one s… …

    Law dictionary

  • 6 danger — I noun assailability, crisis, defenselessness, discrimen, exposure to harm, hazard, helplessness, imperilment, jeopardy, lack of protection, lack of safety, liability to injury, menace, nonimmunity, penetrability, periculum, peril, perilousness,… …

    Law dictionary

  • 7 danger — Jeopardy; exposure to loss or injury; peril. State v. Londe, 345 Mo. 185, 132 S.W.2d 501, 506. See also apparent danger dangerous hazard imminent danger peril …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 8 apparent necessity — See apparent danger …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 9 Danger Point — is a coastal feature and cliff face near Budleigh Salterton in the County Devon, on the south coast of England. Contents 1 Location 2 Jurassic Coast 3 Geology 4 References …

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  • 10 danger line — noun a line beyond which it is dangerous to go (Freq. 1) • Hypernyms: ↑line * * * noun : a real or imaginary boundary beyond which danger will be encountered * * * danger line noun The boundary between safety and danger • • • Main Entry: ↑danger …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 11 Danger sexuel — Abus sexuel sur mineur en France En France, on désigne communément par le terme d abus sexuel sur mineur toute relation sexuelle entre un adulte et un mineur de quinze ans[1], que ce dernier soit consentant ou non. Sommaire 1 La législation 2… …

    Wikipédia en Français

  • 12 The Horn of Mortal Danger — infobox Book | name = The Horn of Mortal Danger author = Lawrence Leonard cover artist = Gavin Rowe country = United Kingdom language = English genre = Science fiction publisher = Walker Books release date = 1980 pages = 224 isbn = 0744508479 The …

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  • 13 Cologne War — Part of Protestant Reformation and Counter Reformation …

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  • 14 Pan-pan — A call of pan pan [http://www.tc.gc.ca/MarineSafety/TP/Tp9878/menu.htm#8 Safety and Distress Radiotelephone Procedures] ] means there is an emergency on board a boat, ship, aircraft or other vehicle but that, for the time being at least, there is …

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  • 15 Target girl — is a term sometimes used in circus and vaudeville to denote a female assistant in impalement acts such as knife throwing, archery or sharpshooting. The assistant stands in front of a target board or is strapped to a moving board and the… …

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  • 16 List of Onedin Line episodes — The Onedin Line episode list shows details of the 91 episodes of the BBC television series The Onedin Line. Contents 1 Series 1 2 Series 2 3 …

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  • 17 self-defense — The protection of one s person or property against some injury attempted by another. The right of such protection. An excuse for the use of force in resisting an attack on the person. Various state criminal statutes define the conditions of self… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 18 Sir Gawain and the Green Knight — is a late 14th century Middle English alliterative romance outlining an adventure of Sir Gawain, a knight of King Arthur s Round Table. In the tale, Sir Gawain accepts a challenge from a mysterious warrior who is completely green, from his… …

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  • 19 History of the Scots Guards (from 1946) — The Scots Guards are a regiment of the British Army. The regiment cherishes its traditions, especially on the parade ground where the scarlet uniform and bearskin have become synonymous with the regiment and the other Guards regiments. The… …

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  • 20 at death's door — phrasal : close to death : critically ill : in real or apparent danger of dying * * * at death s door Very near to death • • • Main Entry: ↑death * * * at death’s door informal phrase very ill and likely to die …

    Useful english dictionary

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