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use "conservation" in a sentence

Over time, it was abandoned and heavily damaged, but recent restoration and conservation has restored to some extent its original appearance.

There are large areas of designated conservation sites throughout the area.

Materials A cemetery may follow national codes of practice
Quaker (and consequently pacifist), Matthews left South Africa to avoid service.

Consequently, the ship's structure does not cause no-fire zones that would delay or inhibit missile firing in a conventionally launched system.

Consequently, it is extremely difficult to measure small changes to fuel economy.

Consequently, near the center of the tornado or dust devil the air pressure is low.

Consequently half of the Australian 58th battalion made another futile, solo effort to capture the salient.

Reid 1969, p. 26 Consequently, both Fox and his brother, Stephen, were insulted and pelted with mud in the street by the pro-Wilkes London crowds.

Harris, Geology of National Parks (5th ed.), p. 339. The streams consequently ran faster and thus cut their valleys more quickly.

Consequently the condition of the house at Bartholomäus herder's death in 1839 was by no means a satisfactory one.

Arians and the Meletians soon regained nearly all of the rights they had lost, and consequently, Arianism continued to spread and to cause division in the Church during the remainder of the fourth century.

Consequently, the German Operation Schwartz against the Chetniks and Partisans was kept secret from the Italians.

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