conservatrix


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conservatrix

(ˌkɒnsəˈveɪtrɪks)
n, pl conservatrices
a woman who conserves or keeps safe; custodian
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After the EpiMatrix analysis, the Conservatrix tool (EpiVax, Providence, RI) was used to align and compare the WN virus sequences with those of other related flaviviruses (21).
While Lowe is careful not to oversimplify his thesis, or to focus too narrowly on a single line of argument, his aim is to illustrate the process by which early medieval conceptions of peace as the (temporary) absence of conflict might expand into such a mid-Tudor paean to Peace as that attributed to Stephen Gardiner: "the daughter of God, nurse of nature, conservatrix of the human race, sower of virtue and mother of abundance" (p.