Thesaurus / remnant

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The second was a small atmospheric ripple, the remnants of an old thunderstorm complex in the Sonoran Desert.
That’s how human DNA has become riddled with remnants of past viral infections.
The form factor of the Kegelhelm is directly known from three 8th century tombs in Argos that contained remnants of the helmets.
To find remnants of it, researchers explored the seafloor near Antarctica.
The city, by circa 1099 AD, was even guarded by the disfranchised remnants of the previous Turkish garrison.
There existed in his victory a remnant of defiance and of combat.
LES MISRABLESVICTOR HUGO
Captain Jekyl threw away the remnant of his cigar, with a little movement of pettishness, and began to whistle an opera air.
ST. RONAN'S WELLSIR WALTER SCOTT
Within a few days the remnant of the defeated fleet had been surrendered or burned at its anchors.
FAMOUS SEA FIGHTSJOHN RICHARD HALE
It was on that day the remnant of his army went into camp at the Great Meadows.
The abbey walls surround the churchyard, but almost the only other remnant is a single Decorated arch.

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