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Dusting off old recipes for preserves and stocks can help us reduce food waste, source locally, and ultimately, celebrate traditions.

Find your patch Birds are readily visible from your home, but if that doesn’t work, nearby parks and nature preserves offer surprising abundance.

Authorities shipped most of the zoo’s occupants off to wildlife preserves or public zoos, but they decided the hippos were too large to deal with transporting.

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Despite federal protection for the land, loggers illegally, and extensively, felled trees throughout the preserve, which sits on the western coast of Borneo.

No general, regional name was ever applied to these Indians, but a few individual rancheria names have been preserved.

Adair then narrated the wonderful way in which he and Tom had been preserved.

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The flagrant impossibility of its serving any other purpose, had preserved it in its pristine splendor.

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The head and two bottles of the blood of St. Januarius are preserved here; the people assert that this blood liquefies every year.

As a consequence of this, no record has been preserved of the origin of our chief domestic breeds.

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