Thesaurus / vestige

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Despite the ill-suited controls, “Pikmin 3” still has many vestiges of its original charm.
The envelopes are a vestige of the past, when ballots were counted at the precinct levels and therefore election officials wanted to ensure privacy for voters, Deeley said.
They represent three of the four most highly educated states, where the last vestiges of socially liberal Yankee Republicanism still thrive, and state legislatures are so Democratic that voters like having a check on runaway spending.
WHY THERE ARE SO FEW MODERATE REPUBLICANS LEFTLEE DRUTMAN (DRUTMAN@NEWAMERICA.ORG)AUGUST 24, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
They will continue to feed until every vestige of the tubers is eaten, leaving the ground in a fine condition for replanting.
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDSTHE DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
This being the case all felt that there was no longer any hope of finding even a vestige of the lost "Viking."
Every vestige of State sovereignty, of 'State rights,' is utterly annihilated in these clauses.
The Doctor said last week he 'could scarcely discover a vestige of it.'
The opposition, however, had long lost all vestige of a religious character.
Notwithstanding the long-continued gale, the descent was so steep that only a vestige of a stream trickled down the main gully.
HIS UNKNOWN WIFELOUIS TRACY
Madrid was walled in ancient times; no vestige, however, now remains of any such defences, it is completely open and exposed.

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