Preserve

The word preserve may refer to:

  • Fruit preserves, a type of sweet spread or condiment
  • Nature reserve, an area of importance for wildlife, flora, fauna or other special interest, usually protected
  • Preserve (horse), a British Thoroughbred racehorse
  • A 2004 compilation involving the band Wow & Flutter

In safety and technology:

  • Dust resistant
  • Fire resistant
  • Rot-proof
  • Rustproof
  • Thermal resistant
  • Impact resistant
  • Waterproof

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Other articles related to "preserve":

Spring Creek Forest Preserve
... The Spring Creek Forest Preserve is a city-owned nature preserve located in Garland, a suburb of Dallas, Texas ...
L. Martin Griffin, Jr. - Environmental Activism - Preserving Land in Sonoma County
... He helped establish the Bouverie Audubon Preserve with a gift from David Bouverie ... co-founded the Friends of the Russian River to preserve the Russian and other rivers in California from logging, gravel mining, dams and destruction of riparian habitat ... the Griffin Russian River Riparian Preserve and Gina's Orchard Preserve ...
List Of National Natural Landmarks In Illinois
... sharply dissected sandstone substrates -- part of the Shawnee National Forest Busse Forest Nature Preserve 01980-01-011980 Schaumburg Cook A surviving fragment of flatwoods, a ... It is part of the larger Ned Brown Forest Preserve, managed by the Forest Preserve District of Cook County ... Fults Hill Prairie Nature Preserve 01986-01-011986 37°58′39″N 89°48′02″W / 37.97750°N 89.80056°W / 37.97750 -89.80056 Monroe Essentially undisturbed ...
Lake Renwick Preserve
... The Lake Renwick Preserve is an 836-acre (3.38 km2) county forest preserve located in Will County, Illinois ... It is the second largest county-owned nature preserve in Will County ...

Famous quotes containing the word preserve:

    The preserve of ambition and folly in pursuit of illusion, or ... delusion.
    Derek Jarman (b. 1942)

    As the House is designed to provide a reflection of the mood of the moment, the Senate is meant to reflect the continuity of the past—to preserve the delicate balance of justice between the majority’s whims and the minority’s rights.
    Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908–1973)

    The great difficulty is first to win a reputation; the next to keep it while you live; and the next to preserve it after you die, when affection and interest are over, and nothing but sterling excellence can preserve your name. Never suffer youth to be an excuse for inadequacy, nor age and fame to be an excuse for indolence.
    Benjamin Haydon (1786–1846)