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This is done for the purpose of conserving the moisture in the bed, and especially the moisture on the surface of the bed.

The religion of the Athenians must have had some wholesome and conserving influence of the social and political life of Athens.

Christianity and Greek PhilosophyBenjamin Franklin Cocker

Although at present there is butter and lard on the market, the need for conserving it is important, just as in the case of meat.

Food Guide for War Service at HomeKatharine Blunt, Frances L. Swain, and Florence Powdermaker

Uncle Sam has at last become provident, and is now ‘conserving his resources.’

Hoover achieved equal success in the problem of conserving food.

The skill of the farmer in conserving the moisture supply in a wet season is less well repaid because it is less needed.

One of the best community uses of the school is as a center for instruction in conserving food products.

Mr. Punch would like to see a vote of the Commons in aid of the subscription for conserving about the noblest relic left to us.

Israel really needed the conserving work of a great organization.

Why, we could have given Prometheus pointers on the conserving of fire.

The RoadJack London

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