remnant

remains

remnant

(French: remenoir to remain) a small remaining quantity. A joke asks how to end up with a small fortune? To start with a big fortune. Likewise, mankind has interfered so much with his environment that all our coastal environments are but remnants of the richness that once was.
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Remnant

• (a.) An unsold end of piece goods, as cloth, ribbons, carpets, etc. • (a.) A small portion; a slight trace; a fragment; a little bit; a scrap. • (a.) That which remains after a part is removed, destroyed, used up, performed, etc.; residue. • (a.) Remaining; yet left.
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Remnant

[Bible] The remnant is a recurring theme throughout the Hebrew and Christian Bible. The Anchor Bible Dictionary describes it as `What is left of a community after it undergoes a catastrophe`. The concept has stronger representation in the Hebrew Bible and Christian Old Testament than in the Christian New Testament. ==Biblical mentions== ===...
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Remnant

[Seventh-day Adventist belief] In Seventh-day Adventist theology, there will be an end time remnant of believers who are faithful to God. The remnant church is a visible, historical, organized body characterized by obedience to the commandments of God and the possession of a unique end-time gospel proclamation. Adventists have traditionally...
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Remnant

Rem'nant adjective [ Old French remanant , present participle of remanoir , remaindre . See Remanent , Remain .] Remaining; yet left. [ R.] 'Because of the remnant dregs of his disease.' Fuller. « And quiet dedicate her remnant life To t...
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Remnant

Rem'nant noun [ Old French remanant . See Remnant , adjective ] 1. That which remains after a part is removed, destroyed, used up, performed, etc.; residue. Chaucer. « The remnant that are left of the captivity.» Neh. i. 3.
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Remnant

Bolt ends of fabric, smaller pieces of fabric, leftover fabrics, usually sold at a discount.
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Remnant

Generally a cut of fabric that is 10 yards or less. May or may not have slight flawing such as a needle out, small spots or holes. Yardages listed are 100% cutable. Any portion of goods that may be flawed are over and above actual yardages listed and sold.
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remnant

Type: Term Pronunciation: rem′nănt Definitions: 1. Something remaining, a residue or vestige.
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