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Today it’s bordered by a series of neighboring natural areas, forming a wilderness preserve that straddles both sides of the international border and stretches for over one million acres, encompassing nearly 1,200 lakes.
The bill gives the Park Service an opportunity to buy up to 100 acres from neighboring private landowners to increase parking for popular trailheads, as well as the chance to bid on nearly 4,000 acres of adjacent land to add to the preserve.
Mr. Pickwick—deepest obligations—life preserver—made a man of me—you shall never repent it, sir.
And then, before trusting herself down, she threw her arms around her young preserver's neck, and embraced him tenderly.
"Take me to see Fifine's preserver," she said in a commanding voice.
MARY GRAYKATHARINE TYNAN
"Guess we'll have to get a life preserver for you," chuckled Big-foot.
That the great preserver of public morals might not be delayed in delivery, Alfred essayed to work the press.
In short, he was no more a Whig than a game preserver ought to be; and that, as our readers know, is not much.
Still undetected, I scrambled along an aisle between them and put myself away in a sort of life-preserver closet.
The name of the second was Vixnu, appointed lord of providence and preserver of all things formed by Bruma.

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