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Synonyms for preserve

Synonyms for preserve

to protect (an asset) from loss or destruction

to keep safe from danger, attack, or harm

to keep in a condition of good repair, efficiency, or use

to prepare (food) for storage and future use

public land kept for a special purpose

Synonyms for preserve

a domain that seems to be specially reserved for someone

a reservation where animals are protected

keep in safety and protect from harm, decay, loss, or destruction

to keep up and reserve for personal or special use

maintain in safety from injury, harm, or danger


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keep undisturbed for personal or private use for hunting, shooting, or fishing

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Tenders are invited for Tree And Shrub Purchase 2018 Multiple Preserves
Founded in 1991, Preserve and Tetradyne offer the livestock and food processing industries cleaners, disinfectants, and associated products.
The new owners will preserve affordability through the syndication of tax credits by CharterMac, which provided over $17 million in tax credit equity.
When they applied the death rate of 90 percent seen earlier in the monitored groups, they calculated a death toll of 5,500 gorillas in the infected areas in and around the preserve.
This could be the niche that would set The Green River Preserve apart--to share the magic of this area with campers through a unique, natural-science-oriented summer camp program.
Preserves open space either for the scenic enjoyment of the general public or pursuant to a Federal, state or local governmental conservation policy and yields a significant public benefit (the open-space requirement); or
For example, officially Habitat for Humanity doesn't preserve buildings, but the New York chapter recently restored several historic buildings in Harlem.
Subject: The award is for a project to develop Web archiving tools that will be used by libraries to capture, curate, and preserve collections of Web-based government and political information.
A former hay ranch, the preserve plants cover crops as a food source for its birds and as a sanctuary from four-legged and winged predators.
Right now there is no proven therapy that will preserve fertility in women undergoing radiotherapy or chemotherapy," says Kolesnick.
Marketing Chapleau as a gateway to the largest crown game preserve in the world - an area which encompasses 2,00,000 acres - has been identified as a priority, he adds.
There was no private sector involvement," explains Brian Robertson, president of the AV Preservation Trust, a charitable organization mandated to raise funds to preserve and restore Canada's audiovisual heritage and educate the industry and the public about preservation.
Therefore, law enforcement officers must inform investigators when DNA material exists and obtain, secure, and preserve the DNA evidence properly.
Destined for the shores of the San Ignacio Lagoon in the pristine desert of southern Baja California, the project was to be located within the borders of the largest nature preserve in Latin America, the Vizcaino Biosphere Preserve.