vestige


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a mark or remnant that indicates the former presence of something

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an indication that something has been present

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The chef and his wife, Kumi Omori, a partner in Vestige, still don't know who nominated him for best chef the region that takes in Alabama, Arkansas, Puerto Rico, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi.
'The plan of President Rodrigo Duterte to revive the Philippine Constabulary (PC) is a vestige of martial law even as it is unconstitutional,' Lagman said.
He wanted to die while he still had a vestige of control over some of his communication and motor skills.
Vestige is hard to place in a single, well-defined category, but one point should be made clear: this is one of the best fine-dining restaurants in the state.
When Spanish photographer Palindromo Meszaros traveled to the area last year, he found a slowly fading vestige of the disaster: what he calls "The Line"--a rust-red bathtub ring that evokes a landscape installation by Andy Goldsworthy.
The figures for the year ending July 2010 are the final vestige of the financiallyrestricted reign of Tom Hicks and George Gillett.
The author traces the critical geological periods during which life emerged, examining each period's fossil record for clues to the evolution of certain body plans, He explains how dinosaur metabolism, form, and reproduction were uniquely suited for this period in Earth's history, Ward asserts that modern bird flight is a vestige of the dinosaurs' respiratory system becoming adapted to low-oxygen air.
Genzken navigates the moment by adhering to some vestige of discrete sculpture, which, paradoxically if only momentarily, can stymie the optical glut of capital.
In the kitchen, Vestige style is available in a high arc, single handle design with coordinating side spray.
It appears however that too much sun can also turn the brain to slush and destroy any vestige of sensible thought.
L: Would you say that there is some vestige of memory as early as the "Christmastime" Sonata even though that was before you actually started thinking about the idea of memory in music?
One vestige of it remains, however; one of the said blocks of flats is named King Charles Tower.
CL 2003 has been formulated to flow easily into the mold while minimizing gate vestige and flow lines for an improved surface appearance, according to the company.
Obiang has been satisfied primarily with looting the nation's treasury and eradicating any vestige of democratic opposition through detention, violence, and assorted methods of intimidation.