Instantly eviscerated by bloggers, the clip was quickly pulled off the Web—but not before it could be preserved for posterity.
Cyrus somehow escaped the showbiz trap of manufactured personality and preserved a genuineness that is very hard to fake.
He wanted neither his brain nor his body studied or preserved.
Prince Edward County has preserved important relics of its most distinguished resident.
It was basically just an accident of history that got preserved.
In this way the just heritage of "our own kind" was preserved for us.
For these reasons, salves and other ointments can be mixed with it and preserved for years.
In all the Norse languages, ancient and modern, the -d is preserved.
Adair then narrated the wonderful way in which he and Tom had been preserved.
This gorse cropped in winter, and preserved for cattle fodder.
late 14c., "keep safe," from Anglo-French preservare, Old French preserver, from Medieval Latin preservare "keep, preserve," from Late Latin praeservare "guard beforehand," from Latin prae "before" (see pre-) + servare "to keep safe" (see observe). As a treatment of fruit, etc., 1570s; of organic bodies from 1610s. Related: Preserved; preserving.
"fruit preserved with sugar," c.1600, from preserve (v.). Earlier it meant "a preservative" (1550s). Sense of "protected place for animals or plants" (a sense more properly belonging to conserve) is from 1807.