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The Internet has become a valuable resource in schools.
We have launched an appeal to set up a new library and resource center.
Museums are important resources for teaching history.
U.N. officials have called for extra financial resources to deal with the emergency.
We are increasing resources for our emergency services.
We can pool our resources in order to lower costs.
Many of these countries are rich in timber and mineral resources.
The company plans to exploit the plentiful resources of fish in the area.
She has shown considerable resource in creating the new team.
He needed all his resources to escape alive.
This is the American English definition of resource. View British English definition of resource.
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