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Meanings and phrases
- a domain that seems to be specially reserved for someone
- fruit preserved by cooking with sugar; conserve; conserves; preserves
- a reservation where animals are protected
- keep or maintain in unaltered condition; cause to remain or last; continue; uphold; carry on; bear on
- keep in safety and protect from harm, decay, loss, or destruction; conserve; maintain; keep up
- to keep up and reserve for personal or special use; save
- prevent (food) from rotting; keep
- maintain in safety from injury, harm, or danger; keep
- keep undisturbed for personal or private use for hunting, shooting, or fishing
- a preserve on which hunting is permitted during certain months of the year
- The reason for their defection was in order to preserve their status and wealth.
- This now becomes clear that this is a selfish act in order to preserve their genes.
- In order to preserve their culture, customs, and identity, the Padaung fled to Thailand.
- This section was dedicated as a nature preserve.
- It is located inside an area designated as a nature preserve.
- Dr. Tracey is the director of East Africa's animal hospital and nature preserve.
- This was intended to help preserve Native culture.
- Proper records management can help preserve this feature of records.
- The ferrule can also help preserve the hermetic seal of the luting cement.
- Gabon is also noted for efforts to preserve the natural environment.
- They play a role in efforts to preserve Circassian tradition and culture in the diaspora.
- He is occasionally involved in efforts to preserve the Atlantic salmon in northeastern North America.
- Abo has made a great effort to preserve the memory of her late husband.
- Recently there was an effort to preserve a strain found on an island off the coast of South Carolina.
- This change was part of a service-wide effort to preserve the lineage of the Air Force's most honored wings.
- In an attempt to preserve his political influence, Pridi resigned on August 21, 1946.
- A new attempt to preserve a sense of ethnic Rumaiic identity started in the mid-1980s.
- The Chinese afterward played down those events in an attempt to preserve their commercial interests.
- The center aims to preserve and promote Palestinian embroidery, art and folklore.
- During the Depression era, the Folklore Project was created to preserve and promote the Oneida language.
- Efforts have been made across the world to preserve and promote the training and coaching legacy left by Lydiard.
- Although the Kremlin wanted to preserve socialism in its satellites, the decision was not to intervene.
- He also lacked the authority to abolish football and was, in fact, actually a fan of the sport and wanted to preserve it.
- Bradman thus wanted to preserve his two first-choice pacemen for a vigorous attack on the English batsmen every 55 overs.
- The park's designating by-law was subsequently amended in 1996 to protect and preserve the Majors' clubhouse.
- The Albanians had poor or often no schools or other institutions in place to protect and preserve their cultural heritage.
- The area has been awarded Conservation Area status, a legal protection against development to protect and preserve the Victorian architecture.