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conserved

Of genetic entities that remain unchanged between individuals of a species or between different species or over a period of time. The adjective is often qualified as in ‘highly conserved’.
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These four products join the Conserve Switch[TM] and the Conserve Surge, which enable energy conservation by reducing standby power in homes and offices.
We have to learn to conserve now, or we'll pay later and that price will be high, you can bet on it.
The UK's leading sweet spreads brand is introducing a delicious range of Fruit & Honey Conserves sweetened with pure, natural honey.
Habitat: conserve healthy ecosystems so native wildlife flourish.
The changes came about because teams were trying to conserve fuel and tried to make as few pit stops as possible.
Customers registered with the ISO to allow automatic curtailment during these critical times and are being paid by the ISO for their capacity to conserve when blackouts are forecast.
Although there are ultra premium conserves available through independents, this is the first good-value conserve available through a national retailer to be made entirely from English strawberries," said sales and marketing director Richard Duerr.
The most successful smart meter implementations will be ones that drive compliance and encourage people to understand their energy use and feel motivated to conserve.
Summary: Government of Spain recently signed an agreement with Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage or INTACH to conserve the monuments of Varanasi city.
4 billion on programs in 2004 to conserve 1,260 of the nation's threatened and endangered species.
Closures Europe has been working with Conserve Italia, whose brands include Derby, Yoga, Valfrutta and Jolly Colombani.