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states and territories for preserving significant state and local government information in digital form.
Historically, government agencies, museums and archives are the keepers of Canada's cultural past and it was assumed that they would also take care of preserving Canada's audiovisual works.
Strict adherence to a policy of preserving nature represents an assertion of nature's independence of human domination.
Canning & Preserving Your Own Harvest is a no-nonsense, step-by-step guide to properly (and safely--improper canning can promote food poisoning) preserving one's food, from freezing, drying, and canning to creating a root cellar, making fruit preserves, pickling, and much more.
However, it deferred to the Eighth Circuit Court, noting that a mere policy does not relieve a defendant from the burden of preserving documents that are relevant to litigation, or potential litigation, or are reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence:
It will be an important tool for assisting county officials in achieving the goal of preserving as much of Suffolk county's remaining open space and farmland as possible in the race against development.
Hoffmann says these forests are primarily wasted on wood chip exports, while studies point to potential higher long-term revenue from sustainably managing the forests for value-added products such as furniture, or preserving it for ecotourism.
We could tap no better community resources than these dedicated professionals versed in the science of preserving neighborhoods.
Last week in Edmonton, Alberta, at the 24th annual meeting of the Society for Cryobiology, Southard reported that in dog studies, his group has extended the preservation times for a number of organs by using a preserving solution originally developed by Southard's co-worker Folkert O.