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Synonyms for conservation

Synonyms for conservation

the careful guarding of an asset

Synonyms for conservation

an occurrence of improvement by virtue of preventing loss or injury or other change

the preservation and careful management of the environment and of natural resources

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Published in an academic environment full of conservational (and therefore regionalist) sentiments, at least in regards to popular traditions, Comparetti's interegionalist effort was denounced by folklorists of the time.
I'll be in a position to educate them about ways that they can perhaps be a little bit more conservational and eco-friendly in their own homes.
15 percent mentioned that their plants buy used equipment as intermediate equipment until new equipment is purchased, while only 1 percent mentioned that they are motivated to buy used by environmental and conservational reasons.
This form of sex determination has significants conservational implications since it has the potential of producing highly biased sex ratios which can affect the reproductive output of a population.
It provides teaching tips and conservational tools essential in effective Hunter Education curriculum.
Well-deserving environmental and conservational projects in the GCC and Levant countries could get additional financial support as the Ford Motor Company Conservation & Environmental Grants open for 2007-2008.
The conservational attention that an effort like this trains on modern architecture in India is therefore very important.
Tower Bridge may well be exempt on conservational grounds, but there's also a clause that "non-compliance with the rules does not provide mitigation or a defence in respect of any prosecution".
Once again, the economy spirals out of control, so I decided to ask this new breed of conservational colonists if there is any link between the two.
In response, Brian Kavanagh, chief executive of HRI and former manager of The Curragh, said: "While this is strictly a matter for The Curragh, I do know from my experience there that from an environmental and conservational point of view an all-weather track with floodlights is simply not feasible on The Curragh.
Announcing the latest awards, David Bellamy said: "My congratulations to the team on sharing the benefits of good practice in the environment and conservational management with four million happy holidaymakers.
24) studied is completely colorless, but this is probably due to conservational conditions.
broadly to include "aesthetic, conservational or recreational harm,
Pfeiffer 2004 Small Mammals in the Rainforest Canopy: A Neglected Group of Conservational Concern?
Bergdahl writes in a very conservational tone--sometimes too much so, with missing punctuation and amateurish turns of phrase.
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