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At Belmont, jockeys must not let their horse run too hard too early, and conserve some energy for the half-mile-long backstretch.Why California Chrome’s Fairy Tale Didn’t End Happily Ever After|Michael Fensom|June 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I am seeking to conserve nothing; I am looking ahead—and I am quite confident that I am not alone.America Is Coming to Terms with Its Racial Past—Let’s Look Ahead Instead|John McWhorter|May 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It sent its last picture 13 years ago, just before shutting down its camera to conserve power.Voyager Is Sending Us the Sounds of Interstellar Space|Josh Dzieza|September 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Districts may also employ additional tactics to conserve resources.
The agreement is hardly more than a list of ways that local communities can better conserve natural resources.
It will not conserve Christianity, but may be purified by it, even if able to flourish without it.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord
Barrington back into the present, to conserve his energies, to make him a man of action again.The Light That Lures|Percy Brebner
Boil together a few times, and then pour the conserve into cases.A Poetical Cook-Book|Maria J. Moss
You have heard how women strive to conserve the lives of children, to make them strong mentally, morally and physically.
There is simply one way to conserve our natural resources, and that is to educate the farmer (applause).