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The Vestiges, like its more famous successor, was violently attacked as irreligious.

I wanted to find some vestiges of his writings, if he should have left any.

We now proceed to examine the vestiges of the old religion still to be traced.

The Fairy MythologyThomas Keightley

Not a habitation of any kind, nor the vestiges of one, was passed; neither did we observe any animal, or even bird.

Several of the houses have curious signs and other vestiges of past days.

Historic ParisJetta S. Wolff

Thus all relics and vestiges of her, poor creature, God forgive her!

A Country Gentleman and his FamilyMrs. (Margaret) Oliphant

Vestiges of Creation, by Robert Chambers, had been published in the preceding year .

It has also been suggested that these supposed episternal rudiments are the vestiges of a pair of cervical ribs.

The vestiges have been discovered of three successive epochs—the polished-stone epoch and the epochs of bronze and of iron.

Primitive ManLouis Figuier

Outside the beetles were still buzzing as they turned over the vestiges of their prey.

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