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Synonyms for preservation

Synonyms for preservation

the careful guarding of an asset

the act or a means of defending

Synonyms for preservation

the activity of protecting something from loss or danger

the condition of being (well or ill) preserved

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

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Moreover, "the well-being of the individual and the preservation of the race" is only a usual characteristic, not a universal one, of the sort of movements that, from our point of view, are to be called instinctive; instances of harmful instincts will be given shortly.
Or that insects, in laying eggs, are concerned for the preservation of their species?
If you intend to mar my plans for your establishment in life, and the preservation of that gentility and becoming pride, which our family have so long sustained--if, in short, you are resolved to take your own course, you must take it, and my curse with it.
She happened, while she was thus engaged, to encounter the face of the man on deck, in whom the sentimental stage of drunkenness had now succeeded to the boisterous, and who, taking from his mouth a short pipe, quilted over with string for its longer preservation, requested that she would oblige him with a song.
Wood preservation chemicals are applied to wood to prevent it from decay, decomposition, and other hazards such as fire.
The lack of commitment to preservation of information resources in libraries has been hinged on many factors.
Such craftspeople, or preservation artisans, are qualified to preserve and restore historic landmarks like the Brooklyn Bridge, which was completed in 1883, and Grand Central Station, which opened in the late 19th century.
Most of the approvals will finance preservation of vacant and occupied buildings.
Second, how should libraries address the challenge of long-term preservation of digital geospatial data in light of a shift to distribution methods that make the content ever more ephemeral?
While the city of Los Angeles has one of the oldest preservation ordinances in the nation, L.
Open space: P alleges he satisfies the open-space requirement, which requires both the preservation of open space and the inurement of a significant public benefit; see Glass, 124 TC 258 (2005).
Americans United for Separation of Church and State, which has thousands of members and five chapters in the Golden State, says the preservation act triggers serious constitutional pitfalls.
Preservation trades craftsmen--those who work with historical building materials and technology--have acquired an irreplaceable skill unknown to many and, unfortunately, are part of a disappearing profession.