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Use "preserving" in a sentence
"It is the latter that provides the justification for the creation of residentially-focused historic districts, about what I call preserving the nexus of place, architecture, and history (people)."
"The Sinhalese, argues de Silva, see their historical destiny in preserving Theravada Buddhism from a Hindu revivalist assault, with southern India the source of these invasions."
"The art market fetishises objects in the name of preserving their value as commodities, and this is something artists have frequently felt the need to kick against, but in the Chinese context Ai's act has a second set of meanings."