(Latin: servare, to watch, to keep safe, to protect, to maintain; to preserve)
Don't confuse this serv-, -serve with another Latin serv- which means "servant" or "slave".
This is done primarily by purchasing threatened sites and protecting the sites until they can be turned over to responsible agencies; such as, national parks.
An organization that conducts astronomical research through the use of such a structure.
As a Conservative among the conservative members of the city, Preston voted to support the conservation measures before the parliament which would help to conserve the wild life in the parks.
2. The process of storing semen, ova, corneas, embryos, bone marrow, or body tissue at extremely low temperatures for future use.
Every defendant in court deserves a fair trial."2. To be entitled to, in return for services or meritorious actions; or sometimes, for ill deeds and qualities; to be worthy to have: "She doesn't deserve the award."
"He has earned a well-deserved vacation for all of the work he has done."3. To have earned something or be worthy of something: "The volunteer deserved a medal for coming up with a solution so quickly."
"The guide said that anyone who doesn't use the free map when traveling in the mountains deserves to get lost."4. Etymology: from the early 13th century, from Old French deservir and Modern French desservir, "to deserve, to be worthy of, to earn, to merit"; from Latin deservire "to serve well"; from de-, "completely" + servire, "to serve".