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But the biggest surprise of all was reserved for the fourth article in the series.
Books were expensive and rare, libraries were reserved for elite scholars and communication was extremely slow.
Satellites that track people are no longer reserved for enemies of the state.
Apprentice painters would apply background color and decorations, while faces and hands were reserved for master painters.
There are shortages of medicines, and the best care is reserved for elites.
Jokes aside, the practice of clearly identifying shotguns as reserved for less-lethal projectiles seems to be in favor this year.
His risk-taking was reserved for the racecourse, where he was an atavistic gambler.
For years people with disabilities have seethed as they watched others illegally take their reserved parking spaces.
Loosely wrap reserved peach and nectarine pits in a thick towel.
Uncover pan, stir gently, sprinkle with reserved cheese and dot with remaining tablespoon butter.
Funding for energy research must be accorded the privileged status usually reserved for health care and defense.
Add three tablespoons of the reserved clam liquid to the tartar sauce.
Their contributions to the thought of the period are reserved for discussion in the last section of this chapter.
The borrower may use it either as a capital, or as a stock reserved for immediate consumption.
What was curious was that this task had been reserved, in so marked a manner, for them.
Such elaborately decorated conveyances were reserved for the shogun's family, especially his brides.
They can also avail themselves of all sorts of protections that used to be reserved for public companies.
T he task of running a cellular network has usually been reserved for major carriers.
There are some limitations that may be worked through but make me reserved.
Everything from the bathrooms to the dressing rooms has been improved, and all shows will now have reserved seating.
But this phenomenon is not reserved for only the religious.
Scientists are now discovering that some marine invertebrates possess abilities once thought to be reserved for humans.
Physicians should be reserved for difficult cases with worse prognoses.
Overhead transparencies and slide projector had to be carefully reserved, and that stuff was a luxury too.
The latter is reserved solely for commentary on someone's appearance.
Politics are reserved for the anointed political pundits.
Debates on whether the shuttle is teaching us anything useful should be reserved for another thread.
Today should be reserved for remembering those who died today.
The pending bill won't change anything about accessible parking spaces and parking aisles reserved for people with disabilities.
Discard solids remaining in sieve, then add reserved cranberries to syrup.
Pour half of reserved plain sauce into baking pan, spreading evenly to coat bottom.
Add reserved mushroom-soaking liquid to sauce and bring to a simmer.
Return pasta to pot, then toss with reserved sauce and cooking water.
Add spaghetti to zucchini mixture with reserved cooking water and toss to coat.
Stir together macaroni, reserved cooking water, and sauce in a large bowl.
Add reserved mushroom-soaking liquid and bring to a boil.
Meanwhile, spread each tomato half with the reserved mustard sauce and sprinkle with the remaining bread crumbs.

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