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rem·nant

(rem'nănt),
Something remaining, a residue or vestige.
[O. Fr., fr. remaindre, to remain, fr. L. remaneo]

remnant

Something that remains or is left over.
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The last remnant of his civilization was forgotten--he was a primitive man to the fullest now; reveling in the freedom of the fierce, wild life he loved, gloating in his kingship among these wild blacks.
adds to the evidence that supernova remnants produce cosmic ray ions," comments Don Ellison of North Carolina State University in Raleigh.
Remnants Labs Firewall Log Profiler products are now available at only $995 per firewall.
Old growth forests are the remaining remnants of our forested past and the genetic banks from which our forest future will be drawn," says Lowry.
We have committed to preserving the original entrance from the Trade Center to the E subway line; we will identify sections of the PATH platforms that cover Trade Center footprints with appropriate architectural treatment; we will preserve artifacts from the remnants of the Trade Center parking garage; and we will uncover the remnants of box beams at the base of the Trade Center site and provide access to victims' family members to view them.
In this case, the jagged remnants of a long-dead tree offer a perch from which the world can be safely observed.
Trying to degauss DLTtape and Super DLTtape with an underpowered magnet leaves the tape with remnants of files and recoverable remnants of data.
Five of the patients had been previously diagnosed with ovarian remnant syndrome and had undergone at least one laparoscopic attempt to remove the remnants.
In a cooperative effort with the Iowa DOT, the University of Northern Iowa is using volunteers to harvest seed from original species of Iowa's native remnants.
Films that tackled these problems head-on included Aftermath: The Remnants of War, First Kill and War Photographer.
They compared abundance and species composition of birds in residential suburbs, sugar cane crops and in four sizes of heathland remnants (1-2 ha, 5-10 ha, 20-50 ha, and more than 500 ha) during both summer and winter.