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- n. Plural form of conserve.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of conserve.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. fruit preserved by cooking with sugar.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. fruit preserved by cooking with sugar
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DNA "conserves" the movements, insights and developments of the past, but DNA also "liberates" the possibilities, freedoms and potentials of the next generation.
It obeys the constrictions of celestial mechanics and "conserves" galactic angular momentum.
Trolls are everywhere in this new Swedish tourism here's that Denver water campaign that "conserves" billboards. new PSAs that were created in partnership with Major League Baseball, the U.S. Dept. of
Sounds snarky, but no matter how much one "conserves" it is totally undone by having kids, sending them off to a college campus (which uses more energy to maintain the grounds for a month than the most wasteful family uses all year), having them see the world (unneccesary travel), have more kids and so forth. where did you get that
Vote [D] this Nov .... it is a truly conservative vote because it conserves American progress.
You'll find some of the finest Majolica pottery in all of Mexico and some fabulous conserves by the women of Santa Rosa, all in a pristine mountain environment.
He conserves energy by rarely speaking, leaving that to his top aides.
The structure not only provides a healthy place to live and work, it reduces waste sent to landfills, conserves energy and water, and reduces harmful greenhouse gas emissions.
At 25% the size of a current washing machine, Renew conserves space and is made of recycled aluminum and glass.
Beautifully hand-carved from oak wood, the conventional side conserves a high detailed carving on every inch it holds, and to balance it up, the progressive side offers a linear intelligent design that adds a bit of modern.