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He even went so far as trying, unsuccessfully, to turn a significant section of Southeast Alaska into a brown bear preserve.
The study of extreme market failures—shutdowns due to war, for example—has generally been the preserve of the former discipline, but the pandemic has forced the wider economics profession to switch focus.
That’s the preserve of newer, more powerful types of software called neural networks, complex artificial intelligence programs designed to mimic the computational processes of the human brain.
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Upcoming developments, however, aren’t only the preserve of the HR team.
Closed to the public for decades as a private ranch, the 880-acre nature preserve has 11 miles of quality multi-use singletrack that traverses woodlands and coastal ridgelines, allowing the adventure hungry to spread out into new terrain.
The twisty streets that climbed to their home passed destination wineries and wildlife preserves.
She is skilful in seizing salient characteristics, and her chief aim is to preserve the individuality of her sitters and models.
If properly dried and pressed, it is possible to preserve the Fern fronds with a great deal of their natural colour.
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The new Government to preserve public order and check all reprisals against the Spaniards.
To accept so much and still preserve one's self-respect would be impossible to ordinary men under ordinary circumstances.

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