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preserving:

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process of hermetically sealing cooked food for future use. It is a preservation method, in which prepared food is put in glass jars or metal cans that are hermetically sealed to keep out air and then heated to a specific temperature for a specified time to destroy
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Preserving the "look and feel" of original records is a key element of good records preservation, and it is one of the key elements of 21 CFR part 11.
The plan, Preserving Our Digital Heritage, (1) outlined an approach to build a national network of entities committed to digital preservation and that are linked through a shared technical framework.
That is why commands must follow the guidelines for preserving it.
Second, botulism is highly preventable with proper techniques for preserving and preparing food.
But the true value of preserving this genetic diversity is immeasurable.
Staff members wondered if the Conservancy's traditional method of preserving precious acreage in perpetuity through purchases was under attack.
Transfer the lemons to a cutting board and discard the preserving liquid.
What isn't quite so clear is who should take responsibility for preserving Canada's audiovisual past.
works with the museum's Space History Department to coordinate the Apollo spacesuit project, which is scheduled to finish analyzing all 12 lunar suits by the end of December and produce guidelines by next August for preserving them.
Recent efforts at the local, state, and federal levels of government to employ advanced information system technologies emphasize the importance of preserving DNA samples.
But he said his company had decided against the project in favor of preserving the unique natural landscape.
But whatever the pitfalls, and whatever our reservations about landscape restoration and invention, these ideas go far beyond preserving what is left of nature.