PRESERVE


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PRESERVEProspective Randomized Enalapril Study Evaluating Regression of Ventricular Enlargement
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This claim, however, I desire to be allowed me only on condition that I preserve strict honesty towards my poor brethren, from whom, if ever I borrow any of that little of which they are possessed, I shall never fail to put their mark upon it, that it may be at all times ready to be restored to the right owner.
We crossed woods never crossed, I believe, by any before: the darkness of the night and the thickness of the shade spread a kind of horror round us; our gloomy journey was still more incommoded by the brambles and thorns, which tore our hands; amidst all these difficulties I applied myself to the Almighty, praying him to preserve us from those dangers which we endeavoured to avoid, and to deliver us from those to which our flight exposed us.
But you can open the little yellow crock of cherry preserves. It's time it was being used anyhow--I believe it's beginning to work.
And then pressing her to take another piece of fruit cake and another helping of preserves. Oh, Marilla, it's a wonderful sensation just to think of it.
She said we could have fruit cake and cherry preserves for tea.
She just carried that sauce and pudding out and brought in some strawberry preserves. She even offered me some, but I couldn't swallow a mouthful.
"Let me give you a bit of fruit cake and some of the cherry preserves. Lie down on the sofa for a little while and you'll be better.
In moving from a state office to the national headquarters, McCormick took seriously the organization-wide mission printed in every annual report: "To preserve the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive.
(5) Ill-conceived notions of organ preservation (both surgical and nonsurgical) that result in preservation of nonfunctional laryngeal structures in an attempt to preserve voice should be discouraged.
The pristine wilderness of the largest Crown game preserve in the world - about 2,000,000 acres of unspoiled nature - drew him to the Chapleau area, he says.
One way is mummification, when dry sand or chemicals preserve an animal's skin and other tissues.