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1 The fruit on the lower branches was protected from the sun.
2 This part of the community needs to be protected from racial prejudice .
3 Trees should be well protected from the cold during winter.
4 The First Amendment has a penumbra where privacy is protected from governmental intrusion.
5 Delicate plants must be protected from cold wind and frost.
6 Now, because I have my daughter to protect from restless spirits, I wonder about those dead.
7 The shrimp are protected from the cauldron, though, by seawater drawn up beside the rising plume.
8 The vegetation within, protected from the dry air, begins to decay and the mound starts to warm.
9 It will be said that children should maintain their innocence and should be protected from such distressing subjects as bereavement.
10 In other words, they could no longer be cushioned from reality, or protected from the need to compete and win.
11 Protect from birds with nets, and water regularly for a large, juicy crop of strawberries.
12 The employee is protected from coercion by the employer because of other employers for whom he can work and so on.
13 In exchange, the companies would be protected from punitive damage awards on past misconduct but not future misconduct.
14 Periods of this order should be allocated to the major problems and decisions, protected from disturbance.
15 The room is safe, enclosed, protected from the harsh glare of artificial light.
16 Anthony took him to the Pugin bar where they found a quiet corner protected from the worst of the Pugin wallpaper.
17 Unfortunately in 1971 I was not protected from that most pernicious word by those inverted commas.
18 In this way the timbers will be protected from repeated desiccation and expansion, potentially a grave danger to such ancient wood.
19 Why, after all, should public bodies be specially protected from the grievances of citizens who feel strongly enough to litigate?
20 The clearing house is also protected from excessive credit risk through the operation of a system of daily price limits.
21 Wild wood should be well protect from excessive hag.
22 Conclusion:Taurine can protect from lead acetate toxicity in cultured cortex neurons.
23 I suggest shipment by container vessel to protect from possible damage in the process of unloading.
24 For use with backflow preventer test cocks to protect from damage.
25 The control arms protect from the front and are designed to snap off in a hard impact,[www.Sentencedict.com] the ducts then further protect the pilot.
26 Have proved to protect from degradation labile molecules such as vitamins or enzymes.
27 Please pay attention to the positive and negative protect from contrary connecting or circuit.
28 Storage Protect from light and heat . Store in cool , dry, airproof and innocuous conditions.
29 One reason for this may be a desire to protect from criminal liability men whose conduct is not universally regarded as criminal.
30 Supposing I have seventy-two changes, I'd like to change into a sturdy old pine to protect from wind and sand.
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