Reserve

Reserve (sometimes Reserves) may refer to:

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Reserve - Other
... Reserve wine, a wine that specially designated Course reserve, library materials reserved for particular users Dynamic reserve, the set of metabolites that the ...
Ynys-hir RSPB Reserve
... Ynys-hir RSPB reserve is a nature reserve of the RSPB situated beside the Dyfi estuary in Ceredigion, Mid Wales between Aberystwyth and Machynlleth ... The reserve covers 550 hectares and includes a variety of habitats extending inland from mudflats and salt marsh through farmland and pools to oak woodland and hillside scrub ... estate until it was bought by the RSPB and became a reserve in 1970 ...
Zahamena Reserve
... Zahamena Reserve is a nature reserve in eastern Madagascar. ...
Tobago - Ecology
... The Tobago Forest Reserve (or the Main Ridge Reserve) claims to be the oldest protected forests in the Western world ... It was designated as a protected Crown reserve on April 17, 1776 following representations by Soame Jenyns a Member of Parliament in Britain who had the responsibility for the development of Tobago ...
105 Mile Post Indian Reserve No. 2
105 Mile Post 2 (2006 population 5) is an Indian reserve in the Thompson Country of the Interior of British Columbia, Canada, just west of the town of Ashcroft ... The reserve is administered by the Ashcroft Indian Band of the Nlaka'pamux people ... This Indian Reserve should not be confused with 105 Mile House, which is a locality near 100 Mile House farther north ...

Famous quotes containing the word reserve:

    Common experience is the gold reserve which confers an exchange value on the currency which words are; without this reserve of shared experiences, all our pronouncements are cheques drawn on insufficient funds.
    René Daumal (1908–1944)

    I do not know what right I have to so much happiness, but rather hold it in reserve till the time of my desert.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I understood that all the material of a literary work was in my past life, I understood that I had acquired it in the midst of frivolous amusements, in idleness, in tenderness and in pain, stored up by me without my divining its destination or even its survival, as the seed has in reserve all the ingredients which will nourish the plant.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)