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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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GRP is both a natural and unnatural fit for Project Conserve and AmeriCorps.
Many Canadian lenders have already said that they would conserve capital until revised capital rules are established.
Rowse Fruit & Honey Conserves not only taste delicious with their mild honey sweetness but they also have 30% fewer calories per serving than other conserves made with sugar.
Customers should take the following easy steps to conserve water:
The kit also includes a copy of E and other resources to help people discover why and how they should conserve energy, eat healthier, and take other simple steps to benefit Mother Earth.
Visit this site from the EPA's Office of Water for kid-friendly resources about water use and ways to conserve it: www.
BRETTON WOODS -- A program to conserve one million acres of natural land by the year 2025 has been unveiled by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.
Oster's company works with insurers to help them conserve their annuity business; about $2 trillion is invested in fixed and variable annuities.
The Vatican secretary for relations with states, Archbishop Jean-Louis Tauran, explained that "what we ask for is that, in the future, the shrines of the three religions be able to conserve their unique and sacred character thanks to international guarantees, so that in future no one of the sides can claim exclusive control for itself over these sacred places in the city.
To conserve our capacity to produce crops and livestock and timber, we must maintain the productivity of the land.