Especially when they pose no threat to me and my country.
But they've been here long enough to know we pose no threat.
Why force change upon a world which poses no threat?
And are they likely to pose a threat to your health?
As such, they do not pose a threat to human health.
The police said later that the men did not pose any threat.
But in practice the Senate plan poses no such threat.
Instead she simply said, "He is dead and poses no further threat to you or to anyone."
You, on the other hand, pose a more serious threat.
Taken together, they pose a serious threat to British science.
It would cost half as much, do some good, and pose no danger to society.
One officer said he did not think they posed much danger.
"We got this far without running into any sort of security and I don't think that you pose much danger to us."
However, nothing was found which suggested that they posed a danger to society.
Their conclusion is that most of these groups pose little real danger.
But to remain at sea posed dangers of its own.
Not still on prime world, certainly; they would pose too great a danger there.
Any source of open water can pose a potential danger to one's bird.
And he would arrest anyone who posed a danger of violence.
And that would pose a grave danger to us all.
But they all pose a risk to society when they're at large.
Today they pose a risk and a challenge for every country.
Which of the following does not pose a risk to wildlife?
Not everyone thinks that early computer use poses a risk to children.
"It's about an individual who posed a very serious risk to the community," she said.
He and other federal officials said the rice posed no risk to health or the environment.
But he said they would not pose a risk to the stability of the country.
Some waste treatment activities only pose a low risk to the environment or human health.
In 92 per cent of cases, the person is felt by the police to no longer pose a risk.
But waiting for the right moment poses even more serious risks.