remnant


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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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A wide range of biliary as well as extra-biliary disorders can cause the "postcholecystectomy syndrome", biliary strictures, retained stones in the common bile duct, or stones in a long cystic duct or in a remnant of the gallbladder are important treatable causes in patients having persistent symptoms after cholecystectomy.
Roam has published two children's books, A Remnant Surprise and the soon to be released, Tippy Tip.
KEY WORDS: Omphalomesenteric duct remnants, Omphalocele, Omphalomesenteric duct cyst, Newborn.
According to Genzyme, this revised indication in remnant ablation provides physicians with the option to administer a reduced dose of radioiodine (131-I).
So, with yields for directly placed online ads ranging from 800 to 4,000 percent higher than remnant ads placed by ad networks, why would publishers choose to accept remnant ads in the first place?
According to a notification issued by the Union home ministry, even though LTTE had been "decimated in Sri Lanka, recent reports reveal that remnant LTTE cadres and leaders are regrouping in Tamil Nadu".
The question of why one should get committed to the ontology of remnants and the logic of remaining remains unanswered.
Other features of the remnant, however, especially its dense shell of gas and dust, indicate that it came from a core-collapse supernova.
(1) Branchial remnants are derived from the first arch in 5 to 10% of cases.
Here God is choosing from the people a remnant who will live out his covenant once again.
Q: I have heard about remnant space advertising and that it can save me money, but I don't really know how it works.