reserve


reserve
01. I'm sorry, this table is [reserved], but I can give you another one over here next to the window if you'd like.
02. If you want to get a chalet on the mountain at New Year's, you'll need to [reserve] at least six months in advance.
03. In many major cities, certain lanes on highways are [reserved] for cars with more than one occupant.
04. The OPEC countries contain about 65% of the world's oil [reserves].
05. The promoters [reserve] the right to cancel the outdoor concert in the event of rain.
06. Many of this country's native people live on [reservations].
07. Hello, I'd like to make a [reservation] for four people tonight, around 7:00. And could we have a table near the fireplace?
08. Henry Ford once said that the only real security that a man will have in this world is a [reserve] of knowledge, experience, and ability.
09. I have some [reservations] about vacationing in that country because of their high crime rate.
10. Of the 1,200 pandas that remain in China today, more than half live in [reserves] established by the Chinese government.
11. Numerous foreign companies are investing in Qatar, spurred by the nation's large and accessible gas [reserves].
12. Endurance is the ability to draw on deep [reserves] of energy when required.
13. Australia is the site of the world's largest underground water [reserve].
14. South Africa has the world's largest known [reserves] of gold, platinum, and chromium.
15. Brown bears need to eat a lot in the summer and fall in order to build up sufficient fat [reserves] for surviving the winter.
16. More than 10% of Kenya's total land area is devoted to national parks and wildlife [reserves].
17. The world's first game [reserve] was established in South Africa in March of 1898.
18. The United Kingdom has large coal, natural gas, and oil [reserves].

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