The 7167 quotations containing remain in the Oxford English Dictionary, 2d edition

In chronological order


  1.   (1424.1) E.E. Wills (1882) 60 "The remaindre of þe maner of Steneby..[I bequeath] to Thomas my son and heir. (1424)"
  2.   (1424.2) Sc. Acts Jas. I (1597) §.8 "All the greate and smal customes, and burrow-mailles of the Realme, abide and remaine with the King till his living. (1424)"
  3.   (1430.1) R. Gloucester's Chron. (Rolls) 4920 + 20 "To byleue [= remain] þere Among mys bylyuede [MS. &epsilon. vnbelefful] men. (1430)"
  4.   (1460.1) Holinshed Hist. Scotl. II. 89 "Such coisterels and other as remained with the Scotish cariage, seeing the discomfiture of their aduersaries, ran foorth and pursued them into those marishes. (1460)"
  5.   (1469.1) Househ. Ord. (1790) 93 "To see the remaines hadde into the lardre, and the lardener to be charged with it. (1469)"
  6.   (1472.1) Plumpton Corr. (Camden) 26 "One Richard of the Burgh, that had take and led away feloniously certaine ky and other cattell..was take and arested with the said manor att Spofford, whearat they yett remaine. (1472)"
  7.   (1476.1) Acta Auditorum (1839) 49/1 "Þare to remain apoun þare awin expenss. (1476)"
  8.   (1483.1) Acta Audit. in Acta Dom. Conc. II. Introd. 114 "The said Thomas sall remain with the said land and tenement. (1483)"
  9.   (1485.1) Act 1 Hen. VII, c. 1 "Subjects having cause of Action by Formedon in the descender, or else in the remainder. (1485)"
  10.   (1506.1) in Mem. Hen. VII (Rolls) 288 "A little before..my lord Herberd voided all the King's chamber except lords and officers..which remained there still. (1506)"
  11.   (1513.1) Douglas &Ae.AElig;neis iii. vi. 176 "Thai leifis remainis onsterit of thair place, Ne partis nocht furth of reule. (1513)"
  12.   (1513.2) More in Grafton Chron. (1568) II. 766 "To remaine..till the matter were..examined..and either iudged or appeased. (1513)"
  13.   (1516.1) Reg. Privy Seal Scot. I. 422/2 "The kingis grace dischargis thaim apone thair remaining in ward for the said errour. (1516)"
  14.   (1517.1) in Plead. Duchy Lancast. (1896) I. 70, "[60 others, who remained] in Hiddelles [near the said tenement]. (1517)"
  15.   (1526.1) Househ. Ord. (1790) 157 "One of the groomes..to carry to the chaundrie all the remaine of morters, torches, quarries, pricketts. (1526)"
  16.   (1528.1) Lyndesay Dreme 360 "That was the Lymbe, in the quhilk did remaine Our Fore-fatheris, because Adam offendit. (1528)"
  17.   (1528.2) Perkins Profit. Bk. v. §.326 (1642) 144 "If a man seised of three acres..enfeoffeth a stranger..of two of the three acres..and the wife is endowed of the third acre which remaineth as allowance of the other acres. (1528)"
  18.   (1528.3) Tindale Doctr. Treat. (1848) 301 "By the reason of original sin, or *birth-poison, that remaineth in him. (1528)"
  19.   (1529.1) Latimer Serm. (1844) 20 "Yet there may remain a bag of rusty malice, 20 years old, in thy neighbour's bosom. (1529)"
  20.   (1529.2) More Dyaloge ii. iv. Wks. 185 "Than shall al these scalde &. scabbed peces scale clene of, &. the hole body of christes holy church remaine pure. (1529)"
  21.   (1529.3) Act 21 Hen. VIII, c. 13 §.8 "Only the Remain and Overplus above their Expences of their Housholds. (1529)"
  22.   (1530.1) in Arch&ae.aeig;ologia III. 156 "Returning to the chaundry all the remains of mortars, torches, quarries, prickets and sizes. (1530)"
  23.   (1531.1) Elyot Gov. (1875) 3 "Take awaie Ordre frome all thinges, what shulde than remaine? Certes nothing finally, except some man wold imagine eftesoones, Chaos, whiche of some is expounded, a confuse mixture. (1531)"
  24.   (1531.2) Elyot Gov. i. xix, "At that tyme Idolatry was nat clerely extincte, but diuers fragmentes therof remained in euery region. (1531)"
  25.   (1533.1) More Apol. xxii. Wks. 882/2 "A great some remaining after al the spiritual folke sufficiently prouided for, then had it bene good that he hadde yet farther deuysed, how it would please him that his discretes should order the remanaunt. (1533)"
  26.   (1533-4.1) Act 25 Hen. VIII, c. 22 §.11 "Your said issue..shalbe &. remaine..at and in the gouernance of their naturall mother. (1533-"
  27.   (1535.1) Coverdale Josh. x. 40 "Thus Iosua smote all the londe.., with all their kynges, and let not one remaine ouer. (1535)"
  28.   (1535.2) Act 27 Hen. VIII, c. 27 "Which regester of enrollementes, shall remaine and be safelie kepte in the said courte. (1535)"
  29.   (1536.1) Statutes Irel. 28 Hen. VIII (Bolton, 1621, 108) "The writings obligatorie or money taken for the same shall rest, remaine, and abide in the hands of the underthesaurer, or in the Hanaper of the kings Chauncerie in Ireland. (1536)"
  30.   (1539-40.1) Coverdale in Money Parish Goods Berks. (1879) p. vi, "All the beams..remain still untaken down. (1539-"
  31.   (1540.1) Act 32 Hen. VIII, c. 16 §.11 "The same proclamacion shal abide, be, and remain in the same plight and strength that it is, and as if this acte had neuer bene made. (1540)"
  32.   (1540.2) Act 32 Hen. VIII, xxix, "Landes..shall..be descendable, remaine, auert, come, and be inheritable. (1540)"
  33.   (1540.3) Househ. Ord. Hen. VIII in Thynne's Animadv. Introd. 35 "The Clerkes-Comptrollers to goe with him to take the said Remaines to be advouched with him, what the expence shall rise to. Item..the Booke of Comptrollment..shall be put yearly into the Exchequer, to be advoucht to the Cofferers account. (1540)"
  34.   (1541.1) Act 33 Hen. VIII, c. 9 §.2 "Other cities..remaine and be vnfurnished of artificers and craftes men before rehersed. (1541)"
  35.   (1542.1) Recorde Gr. Artes (1575) 95 "Subtraction or Rebating is nothing els, but an arte to withdrawe and abate one summe from another, that the Remainer may appeare. (1542)"
  36.   (1542.2) Udall Erasm. Apoph. 74 b, "Onely in the children remained the aunciente integritee &. uncorrupcion. (1542)"
  37.   (1542.3) Udall Erasm. Apoph. 264 b, "Hymselfe remained prisoner emong the most uncourtise Silicians. (1542)"
  38.   (1542.4) Udall Erasm. Apoph. 302 "Onely Phocion was remainyng unserved by reason that the poison had been all consumed by the others. (1542)"
  39.   (1542.5) Udall Erasm. Apoph. 206 "The deformitee and disfigure of hymping on the one legge..did still remain. (1542)"
  40.   (1542.6) Wyatt Poems, `Unstable Dream' 13 "Where it was at wysshe it could not remain. (1542)"
  41.   (1542.7) Wyatt in Tottel's Misc. (Arb.) 71, "I was content thy seruant to remain; And not to be repayed after this fashion. (1542)"
  42.   (1543.1) transl. Act 13 Edw. I, c. 2 "If he that repleuied make defaut agayne, or for an other cause retourne of the dystres beyng now twyse repleuied be awarded, the distres shal remaine irrepleuiable. (1543)"
  43.   (1544.1) Extracts Aberd. Reg. 193 "For furnesing of ane thowsand horse to remain with the locumtenant on the bordouris, for resisting of our auld ennimeis of Ingland. (1544)"
  44.   (1544.2) in Lett. &. Papers Hen. VIII, XIX. ii. 175 "Personages to remain here at Boulloyn..Edw. Brown, water-bailly, [and others]. (1544)"
  45.   (1544.3) tr. Littleton's Tenures (1574) 13 "Yf a man let landes..for terme of yeres, the remainder ouer to an other for terme of lyfe. (1544)"
  46.   (1544.4) tr. Littleton's Tenures (1574) 95 b, "If a lease bee made to a man for terme of life, the remaynder unto another for terme of life, the remaynder unto the thirde in taile, the remainder unto the fourth in fee [etc.]. (1544)"
  47.   (1545.1) Joye Exp. Dan. x. 169 b, "It behowued not one stone vpon another nor vestigie of the temple to stand and remaine. (1545)"
  48.   (1545.2) Joye Exp. Dan. i. 13 b, "In that cite yet..there remaineth the temple of Iupiters image,..or els is there no nother memoriall or skant any vestigie thereof. (1545)"
  49.   (1545.3) Raynold Byrth Mankynde iii. iii. (1634) 167 "That that remaineth, fry it together in a Frying panne with Suger. (1545)"
  50.   (1545.4) Raynalde Byrth Mankynde ii. vii. (1634) 137 "If one of the brests swage which before was in good liking, the other remaining sound and safe. (1545)"
  51.   (1545.5) Raynold Byrth Mankynde (1634) iv. vi. 197 "Be [the earth]..neuer so well diligented and picked, yet alwayes therein will remaine..seeds of vnlooked for weeds. (1545)"
  52.   (1545.6) Reg. Privy Council Scot. I. 5 "Becaus of the fere of the pest that is laytlie risyn in the toun of Edinburcht, the seite of Sessioun may nocht surelie remaine thairin. (1545)"
  53.   (1546.1) Phaer Bk. Childr. (1553) Q viij, "The swellyng or puffyng vp..pressed wyth the finger, there remaineth a print. (1546)"
  54.   (1547.1) Surrey &Ae.AElig;neid iv. (1557) E iv b, "Troy and the remainder of our folke Restore I shold. (1547)"
  55.   (1547.2) Injunc. Edw. VI, xxviii. c ij b, "That they shall take awaie..all shrines [etc.],..so that there remain no memory of the same, in walles, glasses, windowes, or els where. (1547)"
  56.   (1547-8.1) Mervyn in Brooke Abridgem. (1586) tit. Patentes 97 II. 128 "Vn Constat est pledable, contrarie dun Inspeximus, car in lun case le patent remaine, &. in lauter il est parde. (1547-"
  57.   (1548.1) Hall Chron., Hen. VIII, 14/b, "And there remained at the kynges charge, til other direccion was taken for theim. (1548)"
  58.   (1548.2) Hall Chron., Hen. IV (an. 13) 32 "Taken prisoner and so remained in Englande..till the flower of his age was passed or sore blemyshed. (1548)"
  59.   (1548.3) Hall Chron., Edw. IV 223 b, "That no print or shadowe should remain of the adverse faccion, in his realme. (1548)"
  60.   (1548.4) Hall Chron., Hen. VIII 185 "That the realme of Napels should for euer remain to the Emperour. (1548)"
  61.   (1548.5) Recorde Urin. Physick viii. 35 "There remaineth yet somewhat of that distemperate trouble in the blood. (1548)"
  62.   (1548.6) Udall, etc. Erasm. Par. Rom. Prol. sig. &dag.&dag.i, "Else shalt thou remaine euermore faithlesse. (1548)"
  63.   (1548.7) Udall, etc. Erasm. Par. John vi. 41 b, "Where as all men did eat therof, they neuertheles dyed, nether did any one of so great a number remain vndead. (1548)"
  64.   (1548.8) Udall, etc. Erasm. Par. Luke xxii, "Tempering his woordes to the rawnesse of his disciples, which rawenes he suffred..to remaine a long season in them. (1548)"
  65.   (1549.1) Cranmer in Strype Life App. xl, "Vigils, otherwise called Watchings, remain in the Calendars upon certain Saints' Evens. (1549)"
  66.   (1549.2) Paget in Froude Hist. Eng. (1860) V. 182 "Send for all the council that be remaining unsent abroad. (1549)"
  67.   (1549.3) Act 3 &. 4 Edw. VI, c. 1 §.2 "The said Offices have remained void for a long Time, to the great Let of Justice. (1549)"
  68.   (1550.1) Cranmer Wks. (Parker Soc.) I. 6 "But what availeth it to take away beads, pardons, pilgrimages, and such other like popery, so long as two chief roots remain unpulled up? " (1550)"
  69.   (1550.2) Disc. Common Weal Eng. (1893) 76 "Therof to this daie remaineth these vocables of coine, as libra, pondo, dipondium,..vocables of weight; that afterward weare gyven to coines pretending the same weight. (1550)"
  70.   (1551.1) Recorde Pathway to Knowl. ii. Introd., "And if you abate euen portions from things that are equal, those partes that remain shall be equall also. (1551)"
  71.   (1551.2) T. Wilson Logike 76 "There remaineth a wicked inclination, the same must alwaies be brideled and kept in, even with the terror of the law, as though it were a mouse-roll. (1551)"
  72.   (1553.1) S. Cabot Ordinances in Hakluyt Voy. (1589) 259 "To put the same into a common leger to remain of record for the companie. (1553)"
  73.   (1553-87.1) Foxe A. &. M. (1596) 51/1 "The celebration of Easterdaie remained adiaphoron, as a thing indifferent in the church. (1553-"
  74.   (1555.1) Eden Decades (Arb.) 285 "What parts of the baul of the earth remained yet vndiscouered. (1555)"
  75.   (1555.2) Ridley Wks. (Parker Soc.) 34 "Saying: `We grant the nature of bread remaineth..and yet the corporeal substance of the bread therefore is gone, lest two bodies should be confused together, and Christ should be thought impanate'. (1555)"
  76.   (1555.3) W. Watreman Fardle Facions ii. xii. 294 "How she from thre yeres of age..remained ther [in the temple] seruing God stil a peace. (1555)"
  77.   (1556.1) Phaer &Ae.AElig;neid iv. (1558) K j, "What meanes he? why remaines he thus within his enemies ward?" (1556)"
  78.   (1557.1) Recorde Whetst. L iij b, "If the remainer, and the roote in the quotiente, bee nombers communicante, diuide them so. (1557)"
  79.   (1557.2) Order Hospitalls D vj b, "An Inventorie..shall be Indented, th' one part thereof to remaine in your custodie, and the other in the custodie of the persons charged. (1557)"
  80.   (1557.3) Order of the Hospitalls G viij, "You shall also kepe the *Wardrobe-booke, wherein shalbe written..the remainder of all things at euery Michaelmass [etc.]. (1557)"
  81.   (1557.4) Order of Hospitalls C j, "The Number of children remaining and Pencioners relieved at the Cities charge. (1557)"
  82.   (1558.1) Phaer &Ae.AElig;neid. ii. E iv b, "In his purpose still he fixt remainyd fast. We therageinst with streaming teares. (1558)"
  83.   (1558.2) Warde tr. Alexis' Secr. 13 b, "A verie goodly secrete for the gommes [It. gomme] or burgeons that remaine of the great Pockes. (1558)"
  84.   (1558.3) Warde tr. Alexis' Secr. i. 45 "Take..Ambergryse,..Styrax calamita, [etc.]..And the Ambre, Styrax, and other thinges that remaine in the bottome of the sayd vessel,..will be excedinge good to make muske or swete balles. (1558)"
  85.   (1558.4) Warde tr. Alexis' Secr. (1568) 110 b, "Thinges that remain in the fire without melting, wherein men print very well all maner of metall. (1558)"
  86.   (1558.5) in Feuillerat Revels Q. Eliz. (1908) Table i, "The Master and officers..shall..peruse the remaines of the whole stuffe and other stoare lefte at the laste vewe. (1558)"
  87.   (1558.6) in Strype Ann. Ref. (1709) I. App. iv. 4 "All such as governed..and now remain unplaced and uncalled to Credit. (1558)"
  88.   (1559.1) Abp. Hethe in Strype Ann. Ref. (1824) I. App. vi. 399 "What..spirituall government is, and in what pointes it dothe cheffely remaine. (1559)"
  89.   (1559.2) Morwyng Evonym. 376 "Pres it out strongly and put the decoction prest out through a wullen sight, and pres it out, that the substance may remaine in the sight. (1559)"
  90.   (1559.3) National Covt. in Knox Hist. Ref. ii. 313 "Item the sayd Lords of the congregation and all the members therof shall remaine obedient subiects to our soueraigne Lord and Ladies authoritie. Item the said congregation nor none of them shall not trouble or molest a Church-man. (1559)"
  91.   (1559.4) in Neal Hist. Puritans (1754) I. 93 "After the consecration [of the host] there remains not..any other substance but God-Man. (1559)"
  92.   (1560.1) Becon New Catech. Wks. I. 465 b, "Whatsoeuer the Papistes..pratle in this behalf, I am sure, reason sayeth, that there remaineth bothe bread &. wyne. (1560)"
  93.   (1560.2) Daus tr. Sleidane's Comm. 139 "The remainder to be restored when the warre is finished. (1560)"
  94.   (1560.3) Daus tr. Sleidane's Comm. 7 "He was commaunded by his prince to remain at home. (1560)"
  95.   (1560.4) Whitehorne Ord. Souldiours (1588) 30 b, "If the pouder bee good, you shall see them all to fire at ones; so that there shall be no residence remaining. (1560)"
  96.   (1560.5) Whitehorne Arte Warre 69 "The other twoo shal remain behinde, distaunte other thirtie yardes: the which facion maie bee ordained in a sodaine. (1560)"
  97.   (1561.1) T. Norton Calvin's Inst. i. 18 b, "Among so manifold miserable afflictions of the Jewes..they [the tables of God's covenant] remained still safe and extant. (1561)"
  98.   (1561.2) T. N[orton] Calvin's Inst., "It remaineth that by applyance all the same [benefits] may come to us. (1561)"
  99.   (1561.3) T. Norton Calvin's Inst. i. 52 "Although we graunt that the Image of God was not altogether defaced and blotted out in him, yet was it so corrupted, that all that remaineth, is but vggly deformitie. (1561)"
  100.   (1561.4) T. Norton Calvin's Inst. i. 53 "Euen in the vices themselues there remain emprinted some leauinges thereof. (1561)"
  101.   (1561.5) tr. Calvin's Foure Godlye Serm. iii. G iij b, "It is..suche a special prerogatyue as can not for ye great dignitie therof sufficiently be pryced to remaine and lyue in the churche. (1561)"
  102.   (1562.1) Bulleyn Bk. Simples (1579) 75 "They remaine Kiddes for six monethes, and afterward..be called Goates. (1562)"
  103.   (1562.2) Cooper Answ. Priv. Masse (1850) 108 "Ergo it ought to remain indifferent. (1562)"
  104.   (1562.3) Apol. Private Masse (1850) 8 "To enclose that to some one sort of private profit, that ought to remain in common. (1562)"
  105.   (1562.4) Act 5 Eliz. xxiii. §.8 "The same Party..shall remain in the Prison..without Bail, Baston or Mainprize. (1562)"
  106.   (1563.1) Foxe A. &. M. 1353/1 "Shaxton byshop of Salisburye resigned also with him his bishoprick. And so these two remained a great space vnbishopped. (1563)"
  107.   (1563.2) Harding Answ. to M. Ivelles Challenge To Rdr. (1565) 4 b, "The note of vndiscretion shall remaine to them. (1563)"
  108.   (1563.3) Shute Archit. C j b, "Coronix..you shall deuid into .4. partes. geue one part vnto Cimatium vnder Corona..geue likwise .2 parte vnto Corona..&. the fourth part which remaineth, geue vnto Cymatium ouer Corona. (1563)"
  109.   (1563.4) Shute Archit. C j b, "Coronix..you shall deuid into .4. partes. geue one part vnto Cimatium vnder Corona..the fourth part which remaineth, geue vnto Cymatium ouer Corona. (1563)"
  110.   (1563.5) Win&ygh.et Four Scoir Thre Quest. Wks. 1888 I. 109 "He geuis ane expres command to the innocent woman demittand hir husband, to remain vnmariit or to be reconcilit to hir husband [marg. 1 Cor. 7]. (1563)"
  111.   (1563.6) Homilies ii. Sacrament i. (1859) 443 "Not as especially regarding the terene and earthly creatures which remain. (1563)"
  112.   (1563.7) in W. Nicolson Leges Marchiarum (1705) 138 "If it shall happen the Cattel or Sheep of the one Realm to be *staff-herded, or to remain depasturing upon the ground of the opposite Realm. (1563)"
  113.   (1563-87.1) Foxe A. &. M. (1596) 936/2 "He remained so long manicled that his haire was folded togither. (1563-"
  114.   (1563-87.2) Foxe A. &. M. (1596) 936/2 "He remained so long manicled that his haire was folded togither. (1563-"
  115.   (1565.1) Calfhill Answ. Treat. Crosse (1846) 153 "The same divine nature, after the assumpting of flesh, to remain notwithstanding incircumscriptible. (1565)"
  116.   (1565.2) Cooper Thesaurus s.v. Reliquus, "Camillus writeth that he hath receiued the remaines due vnto me. (1565)"
  117.   (1565.3) Harding Confut. Apol. iv. 212 b, "They can not be the..shining church of Christ... Wherefore it remaineth that it is the synagog of Antichrist, and Lucifer. (1565)"
  118.   (1565.4) Jewel Repl. Harding (1611) 391 "There be certaine men, that..fearing, that if they attaine to any knowledge, they shall be proud: and so they remaine still only in Milke [tr. Augustine: et remanent in solo lacte]. (1565)"
  119.   (1565.5) T. Stapleton Fortr. Faith 16, "I wil be a remainer in thy tabernacle for euer. (1565)"
  120.   (1565.6) MS. Cott. Cal. B. 10. fol. 270 "Which charters remain still undefaced. (1565)"
  121.   (1566.1) Adlington Apuleius 51 "Whether thou wilt remaine with the serpent and in the ende to be swallowed up into the gowlfe of his bodie. (1566)"
  122.   (1567.1) Allen Def. Priesthood 228 "Wherof yet in most Churches ther remaineth a smal signe, by disciplin geuen [etc.]. (1567)"
  123.   (1567.2) Ld. Herries in Robertson Hist. Scot. (1759) II. App. 51 "He hoped the remainder noblemen of their party..would come to the same conformity. (1567)"
  124.   (1567.3) Painter Pal. Pleas. (1813) II. 160 "That I remaine in fielde it is to me greate fame. (1567)"
  125.   (1567.4) Q. Eliz. Let. to Throgmorton in Robertson Hist. Scot. (1759) II. App. 47 "We..cannot but think them to have therein gone so far beyond the duty of subjects, as must needs remain to their perpetual touche for ever. (1567)"
  126.   (1568.1) North tr. Gueuara's Diall Princes iv. II. 104 "The memory of you shall remain eternized to your Successors for euer. (1568)"
  127.   (1569.1) Kingesmyll Confl. Satan (1578) 14 "Gods words remaine beyond the days of the Sunne. (1569)"
  128.   (1570.1) B. Googe Pop. Kingd. iv. 51 b, "And least in grave he shoulde remaine, without some companie, The singing bread is layde with him. (1570)"
  129.   (1570.2) Dee Math. Pref. 10 "Who can remaine..vnpersuaded, to loue..the excellent Science of Arithmetike? " (1570)"
  130.   (1570.3) Levins Manip. 149/35 "A collip, cremium [Cremium, what remains dry in the pan after frying anything, rendering of suet or the like (Du Cange).]" (1570)"
  131.   (1570.4) St. Andrews Kirk-Sess. Reg. (1889) 345 "Content to remain wytht hym oure-alquhair. (1570)"
  132.   (1570-6.1) Lambarde Peramb. Kent (1826) 143 "There standeth yet, upon the high cliffe,..some remaine of a Tower. (1570-"
  133.   (1570-6.2) Lambarde Peramb. Kent (1826) 394 "What remaineth..but that altars should be raised..to this our newe found Godlyng? " (1570-"
  134.   (1570-6.3) Lambarde Peramb. Kent (1826) 243 "As touching this privilege.., although it continue not altogither in the same plight, yet some shadowe thereof remaineth even to this day. (1570-"
  135.   (1570-6.4) Lambarde Peramb. Kent 287 "This place..as also the whole track of their iourney (remaining euer after a greene pathe) the Towne dwellers were wont to shew. (1570-"
  136.   (1571.1) Campion Hist. Irel. ii. vii. (1633) 99 "It shall never bee chronicled, nor remaine in scripture,..that Ireland was lost by my negligence. (1571)"
  137.   (1571.2) Campion Hist. Irel. II. viii. (1633) 102 "For which cause the Earle of Desmond remained many yeares Deputy to George Duke of Clarence his god-brother. (1571)"
  138.   (1572.1) Bossewell Armorie ii. 94 "A great Parke..that had remained vnhunted, duringe the time of foure mens ages. (1572)"
  139.   (1572.2) Gascoigne Counc. to B. Withipoll 7 "Beleeue me now it is a friendly touch, To vse fewe words where friendship doth remaine. (1572)"
  140.   (1572.3) Mascall Plant. &. Graff. v. (1592) 28 "But alwayes take good heede to the binding of your heds that they waxe slack, or shagge, neyther on the one side or other, but remaine fast vpon the clay. (1572)"
  141.   (1572.4) Plat Floures Philos. Addr. to Rdr., "The Iohn so sweete in shewe and smell, distincte by colours twaine, Aboute the borders of their beds in seemelie sighte remaine. (1572)"
  142.   (1573.1) Northbrooke Poore Mans Gard. To Rdr., "The Earth then remained to man as a thing tillable. (1573)"
  143.   (1573.2) Twyne &Ae.AElig;neid xi. Gg iij, "Here now remaine the spoiles, and hansell, of the hautie kinge [de rege superbo Primiti&ae.aeig;] Mezentius loe here lies. (1573)"
  144.   (1573-80.1) Tusser Husb. (1878) 59 "Make hillocks of molehils, in field thorough out, and so to remaine, till the yeere go about. (1573-"
  145.   (1574.1) Hellowes Gueuara's Ep. (1577) 354 "If we sinke not to the bottome, at the leaste we remaine all bemyred. (1574)"
  146.   (1574.2) Newton Health Mag. 8 "The matter..which remained in the fleshe might be extenued. (1574)"
  147.   (1575.1) Fenton (title), "Golden Epistles, contayning varietie of discourse, both morall, philosophicall, and divine, gathered as well out of the remainder of Guevaraes workes, and other authors. (1575)"
  148.   (1575.2) Gascoigne Flowers Wks. 1907 I. 109 "The meanes to single forth The stricken Deare which doth in heard remaine. (1575)"
  149.   (1575.3) in W. H. Turner Select. Rec. Oxford (1880) 367 "To remaine as a perpetuall memory and record of such orders. (1575)"
  150.   (1575.4) tr. Luther's Galat. iii. 1 "The slimy Body and the Remnants of Sin remain still in us. (1575)"
  151.   (1576.1) Baker Jewell of Health 161 b, "When as in it shall no other be contayned or remaine then the excrementes of the sage. (1576)"
  152.   (1576.2) Fleming Panopl. Epist. 67, "I suppose that al your sorrow cannot with such facilitie be supplanted, but that a few sparkles wil remaine. (1576)"
  153.   (1576.3) Fleming tr. Caius' Dogs 33 "It remaineth that we deliuer vnto you the Dogges of a mungrell or currishe kind. (1576)"
  154.   (1576.4) Fleming Panopl. Epist. 68 "So would I have you thinke mee to be, at this present, and for ever hereafter to remaine. (1576)"
  155.   (1576.5) Fleming Panopl. Epist. 272 "To weede out..the bitter plant of couetousnesse,..that of the same not..one braunch, sprig, leafe nor seede be remaining. (1576)"
  156.   (1576.6) Fleming Panopl. Epist. 83 "One refuge yet remaineth, that is patiently to suffer what so euer lucke allotteth. (1576)"
  157.   (1577.1) B. Googe Heresbach's Husb. ii. (1586) 62 b, "Set in grounde well covered with..moulde, and afterwarde hilled, and so suffered to remaine al Winter. (1577)"
  158.   (1577.2) B. Googe Heresbach's Husb. iv. (1586) 188 b, "If any thing remaine, not washed away, you must sweepe it out with a Goose wing. (1577)"
  159.   (1577.3) B. Googe Heresbach's Husb. ii. (1586) 80 "The ground is matted, and as it were netted with the remaines of the olde Rootes. (1577)"
  160.   (1577.4) Dee Relat. Spir. i. (1659) 174 "There remaineth on the Table a goldish shine. (1577)"
  161.   (1577.5) Frampton Joyful Newes ii. 50 "They did remaine opilated, and with euill colour of the face. (1577)"
  162.   (1577.6) Grindal Let. Wks. (1843) 395 "By that occasion my appearance was respited; and I now remain as a man in suspense. (1577)"
  163.   (1577.7) Harrison England ii. iii. (1877) i. 87 "The students also that remaine in them, are called hostelers or halliers. Hereof it came of late to passe, that..Thomas late arch&dubh.bishop of Canturburie, being brought vp at such an house at Cambridge, was of the ignorant sort of Londoners called an `hosteler', supposing that he had serued..in the stable. (1577)"
  164.   (1577.8) Harrison England ii. xxv. (1877) i. 363 "We haue yet remaining, the riall..the salut, the angell [etc.]. (1577)"
  165.   (1577.9) Harrison England iii. viii. (1878) ii. 57 "Notwithstanding that they haue remained there vnset by the space of fortie dais and more: yet some [saffron heads]..haue brought foorth two or three floures a peece. (1577)"
  166.   (1577.10) Hanmer Anc. Eccl. Hist., Euseb. i. vi. (1663) 7 "It remaineth that we begin after a compendious sort from the coming of our Saviour Christ in the Flesh. (1577)"
  167.   (1577.11) F. de L'isle's Legendarie G iv, "Fiue of them came short home, and the most doulte of all remained behinde. (1577)"
  168.   (1577.12) tr. Bullinger's Decades (1592) 460 "The iudgement of Paule in this matter remaineth firme and inuincible. (1577)"
  169.   (1577.13) tr. Bullinger's Decades (1592) 236 "He would not haue so much as the very cinders to remaine of so wicked men. (1577)"
  170.   (1577.14) tr. Bullinger's Decades (1592) 410 "The law, so far as it is the rule howe to liue well and happely,..doth remaine vnabrogated. (1577)"
  171.   (1577.15) tr. Bullinger's Decades iii. ix. 460 "That diuine saying of Sainct Peter remaineth for euer vncomptroleable. (1577)"
  172.   (1578.1) Fenton Guicciard. (1618) 30 "So that the Florentines by this meanes should remaine battered. (1578)"
  173.   (1578.2) Lindesay (Pitscottie) Chron. Scot. (S.T.S.) I. 86 "The Earle of Douglas..was remaining thair..witht out ony suspetionnis of Schir William Creichtounis gaddering. (1578)"
  174.   (1579.1) Churchyard Gen. Rehearsal Wars I j, "He remained with the whole power of footemen nere the Blacke Neastes, as a stale to annoye the enemie. (1579)"
  175.   (1579.2) Fulke Heskins' Parl. 147 "He remained whole in that his indiuided vnity with his father. (1579)"
  176.   (1579.3) Fulke Heskins' Parl. 207 "The distinction remaineth without a difference. (1579)"
  177.   (1579.4) Fenton Guicciard. ix. (1599) 382 "It was hard for him to remaine there, both for the want of victuals, and distemperance of the time, winter approching. (1579)"
  178.   (1579.5) Fulke Heskins' Parl. 146 "It is to be..prayed for, lest while any being sequestred, is separated from ye body of Christe, he remaine farre from health. (1579)"
  179.   (1579.6) Fulke Refut. Rastel 783 "What so euer remained..shoulde be giuen to..children..(not spred..with butter) but sprinkled with wine. (1579)"
  180.   (1579.7) Fulke Refut. Rastel 763 "Prayers remaine still in the Saxon or old English tongue. (1579)"
  181.   (1579.8) Fenton Guicciard. (1618) 233 "In the end..they had recourse to the remainders of the family of the Manfredi their ancient Lords. (1579)"
  182.   (1579.9) Fulke Heskins' Parl. 476 "It still remaineth vnremouable, that a signe and the thing signified, be distinct things. (1579)"
  183.   (1579.10) J. Stubbes Gaping Gulf D iv, "Yf they..remained but in theyr pure naturalles, they would neuer so speake for a faultor prince of Rome. (1579)"
  184.   (1579.11) Spenser Sheph. Cal. Jan. 36 "Whose drops in drery ysicles remaine. (1579)"
  185.   (1579.12) Tomson Calvin's Serm. Tim. 125/1 "Now it remaineth that we looke peecemeale vnto these wordes. (1579)"
  186.   (1579.13) Tomson Calvin's Serm. Tim. 222/1 "Yet they remaine vnpunnished, yea they are holden vp by the chinne to harden them in their wickednesse. (1579)"
  187.   (1579.14) Tomson Calvin's Serm. Tim. 2/2 "This rule..whiche shal remaine of strength vnto the worldes end. (1579)"
  188.   (1579.15) W. Wilkinson Confut. Family of Love, Heret. Affirm. b b, "Not that they should alwayes remaine as subject thereunder. (1579)"
  189.   (1579.16) W. Wilkinson Confut. Familye of Loue, Heret. Affirm. b j b, "Not that they should alwayes remaine as subject thereunder [the ordinance of the Lord], but vntill the appoynted tyme, vntill the manly old age in the godly vnderstanding of the holy word. (1579)"
  190.   (1579-80.1) North Plutarch (1676) 507 "Though now they lead me bound, yet do I remain free unovercome. (1579-"
  191.   (1579-80.2) North Plutarch, Theseus (1676) 9 "Those which then returned with Theseus, did seethe in a great brasse pot all the remain of their provision. (1579-"
  192.   (1579-80.3) North Plutarch (1657) 31 "He..remaineth now no more a King or a Prince, but becometh a *People-pleaser, or a cruell tyrant. (1579-"
  193.   (1579-80.4) North Plutarch (1595) 242 "When the golden and vnfoiled age remained yet whole..at Rome. (1579-"
  194.   (1580.1) Baret Alv. B 1200 "The workes be broken and remaine vnperfite for a time. (1580)"
  195.   (1580.2) Sidney Arcadia (1622) 407 "Yet remained there such footsteps of the foretaken opinion. (1580)"
  196.   (1581.1) A. Hall Iliad i. 15 "The God his mansion keepes, In *Welkin Countrey he remaines. (1581)"
  197.   (1581.2) Fulke in Confer. iii. (1584) Y, "The proper substance of Christes body remaineth not, but a generall being thereof. (1581)"
  198.   (1581.3) J. Bell Haddon's Answ. Osor. 444 "Albeit the thing it selfe..be past, and ye tyme thereof determined: yet doth the power..thereof remaine unmoveable, sure, and undeterminable beyond all ages. (1581)"
  199.   (1581.4) Mulcaster Positions viii. (1887) 51 "Would any man beleue it,..that one Milo so strutted himselfe, so pitcht his feet, so peysed his bodie, as he remained vnremoueable from his place, being haled at..by a number of people. (1581)"
  200.   (1581.5) Pettie tr. Guazzo's Civ. Conv. i. (1586) 8 "You cannot goe to visite the sicke..if you remaine alwaies mewed vp. (1581)"
  201.   (1581.6) W. Blandy Cast. Policy 18 b, "Captayne, Lieutenent, Auncient, Serieant of a Company, gentleman in a company or of the Rounde, Lance passado. These are speciall; the other that remaine, priuate or common Souldiars. (1581)"
  202.   (1582.1) N. Lichefield tr. Castanheda's Conq. E. Ind. lxxix. 163 "With this spoyle the king..remained so *ill contented. (1582)"
  203.   (1582.2) N. Lichefield tr. Castanheda's Conq. E. Ind. i. lxv. 132 b, "That you shoulde understand, wherefore and for what cause I remained in the Indias, for that it is possible that all you do not know. (1582)"
  204.   (1582.3) N. Lichefield tr. Castanheda's Conq. E. Ind. i. lxiii. 128 b, "First he would nominate him that should remaine in the Indias for Captaine generall. (1582)"
  205.   (1582.4) N. Lichefield tr. Castanheda's Conq. E. Ind. i. xxii. 57 b, "Not [to] disclose, that the Factour with the others did remaine prisoners. (1582)"
  206.   (1582.5) N. Lichefield tr. Castanheda's Conq. E. Ind. xxi. 54 b, "To the intent hee might remaine in the Factorye with the Factour. (1582)"
  207.   (1582.6) N. T. (Rheims) 1 Thess. iv. 15 "Vve vvhich liue, vvhich are remaining in the aduent [other versions coming] of our Lord. (1582)"
  208.   (1582.7) N. Lichefield tr. Castanheda's Conq. E. Ind. 163 "With this spoyle the king of Calicut remained..ill contented. (1582)"
  209.   (1582.8) N. Lichefield tr. Castanheda's Conq. E. Ind. i. lxxvi. 156 b, "And so they remained untill the comming of the Vizeroye Don Francisco de Almeda. (1582)"
  210.   (1582.9) N. Lichefield tr. Castanheda's Conq. E. Ind. i. lxxix. 163 "The king..remained so ill contented, that..for a good while after, he could not restore himself. (1582)"
  211.   (1582-8.1) Hist. James VI (1804) 21 "It was decernit that..shoe sould be transportit to the fortalice of Lochlevin, and thair decernit to remaine in captivity. (1582-"
  212.   (1583.1) Golding Calvin on Deut. xxxix. 235 "Let vs glorifie him, and beware yt he remaine vnimpeached in his Maiestie. (1583)"
  213.   (1583.2) Hollyband Campo di Fior 335 "There will alwayes remaine some heare in the cliffe of the penne. (1583)"
  214.   (1583.3) Rich Phylotus (1835) 10 "In the gallant citty of Naples, there was remaining a young man, called by the name of Alberto. (1583)"
  215.   (1583.4) Stubbes Anat. Abus. B vj, "The pride of apparel remaining in sight, as an exemplary of evill. (1583)"
  216.   (1583.5) T. Stocker tr. Civ. Wars Low C. ii. 16 b, "Wee agree..not one forraine Souldier to remaine there generally. (1583)"
  217.   (1584.1) Montgomerie Cherrie &. Slae (1597) 243 "Bot now na bluid in me remaines, Vnbrunt and bruil&ygh.eit throw my vaines, Be luiffis bellowes blawin. (1584)"
  218.   (1584.2) R. Scot Disc. Witchcr. (1886) 445 "An example taken out of the Rosarie of our Ladie, in which booke doo remaine..ninetie and eight examples to this effect. (1584)"
  219.   (1584.3) ?Sidney Disc. Def. Earl of Leicester Misc. Wks. (1829) 272 "In sum, in one the same man, all the faults that in all the most contrary-humoured men in the world can remain. (1584)"
  220.   (1585.1) Fetherstone tr. Calvin on Acts xv. 7. 355 "There remained no phariseisme in Paul. (1585)"
  221.   (1585.2) Higins Junius' Nomencl. 107/2 "Stramentum,..the strawe, stubble, or stumppes remaining in the grounde after the corne is rept. (1585)"
  222.   (1585.3) Higgins tr. Junius' Nomenclator 107 "The strawe, stubble..remaining in the grounde after the corne is rept. (1585)"
  223.   (1585.4) James I. Ess. Poesie (Arb.) 31 "We remaine With Iuglers, buffons, and that foolish seames. (1585)"
  224.   (1585.5) Polwart Flyting w. Montgomerie 254 "Passe to the pothingars againe; Some recipies does yet remaine. (1585)"
  225.   (1585.6) R. Browne Answ. Cartwright 34 "What remaineth but an Idol or counterfet christ? " (1585)"
  226.   (1585.7) T. Washington tr. Nicholay's Voy. iv. xiii, "Vsing in their fightes many guyles and craftes, which are remained to them from their auncestors. (1585)"
  227.   (1585.8) T. Washington tr. Nicholay's Voy. ii. xiii. 49 b, "The title of great..to this day remaineth vnto the house of the Othomannes. (1585)"
  228.   (1585.9) W. Whitaker Answ. Rainolds 283 "The garden wherein Adam for a time remained, was sited in the east. (1585)"
  229.   (1585.10) Faire Em i. 222, "I thank your highness, whose bounden I remain. (1585)"
  230.   (1586.1) C'tess Pembroke Ps. civ. viii, "That safe in rocks the conyes may remaine, To yield them caves, their rocky ribbs are torne. (1586)"
  231.   (1586.2) Day Eng. Secretary ii. (1625) 20 "Him, whose approued fidelity for that it remaineth of no small record to my certaine knowledge, I will presume to verifie. (1586)"
  232.   (1586.3) Lupton Thous. Notable Th. (1675) 122 "Bodies that are strucken with Lightening do remain uncorrupt. (1586)"
  233.   (1586.4) Sidney Arcadia ii. (1622) 113 "In this depth of muzes, and diuers sorts of discourses, would shee rauingly haue remained, but that [etc.]. (1586)"
  234.   (1586.5) Sidney Arcadia (1622) 113 "In this depth of muzes, and diuers sorts of discourses, would shee rauingly haue remained. (1586)"
  235.   (1586.6) Sidney Arcadia iii. xxii, "Yet shewed it most the perfection of the beautie, which could remaine unoverthrowne by such enimies. (1586)"
  236.   (1586.7) T. B. La Primaud. Fr. Acad. i. (1589) 718 "All the Frenchmen that were in the Ile of Sicilia..upon Easter day, at the first peale to Evensong..were al put to death..whereupon this proverbe doth yet remaine amongst us, The Sicilian Evensong. (1586)"
  237.   (1586.8) W. Webbe Eng. Poetrie (Arb.) 75 "Heere by the quainted floodes and springs most holie remaining. (1586)"
  238.   (1587.1) Golding De Mornay, Pref. 8 "Those common and generall Insets haue remained barren in the most part of men. (1587)"
  239.   (1587.2) Garrard Arte Warre (1591) 236 "Such..as bring wares to the campe, he [the High Marshall of the Field] must take order that they be courteously..vsed..procuring them a conuoy..to the intent they may..remaine..satisfied, without suspect of being robbed..of theeues and flibutors. (1587)"
  240.   (1587.3) Harrison England ii. ii. (1877) i. 87 "The students also that remaine in them [Oxford hostels or halls] are called hostelers or halliers. (1587)"
  241.   (1587.4) in Cath. Rec. Soc. Publ. V. 140 "The young king of Scotland remaineth still amongst his..ennemies, who suffer him to take his pastime..under a shew of liberty, but they think themselves sure ynough of him. (1587)"
  242.   (1588.1) A. King tr. Canisius' Catech. in Cath. Tractates (S.T.S.) 209 "That blissit Marie remaines still puir virgine. (1588)"
  243.   (1588.2) J. Mellis Briefe Instr. F iij b, "Diuers parcels more may remaine vnpricked in the Leager, which ought not to bee put in the Iournall. (1588)"
  244.   (1588.3) J. Mellis Briefe Instr. B ij b, "The remaine is the net rest, substance or capitall of the owner. (1588)"
  245.   (1588.4) J. Harvey Disc. Probl. 35 "They will seeme..to haue borrowed euen from the mouth of mightie Ioue, or the oracle of wise Apollo himselfe, or Zenocratically, and Pythagorically to haue remained..Instar Sybill&ae.aeig; cuiusdam vaticinantis, furentisque. (1588)"
  246.   (1588.5) Lambard Eiren. iv. iv. 456 "If they of the towne where the kings Standerd is appointed to remaine, haue not their common weights and measures signed. (1588)"
  247.   (1588.6) Parke tr. Mendoza's Hist. China 395 "Whose memorie doth remain vnto this day amongst the..people, although diffusedly. (1588)"
  248.   (1588.7) Parke tr. Mendoza's Hist. China 252 "The Spaniardes..remained a good while, and passed great heate. (1588)"
  249.   (1588.8) R. Parke tr. Mendoza's Hist. China 76 "The other thirteene prouinces that do remaine haue eyther of them a vizroy or governor. (1588)"
  250.   (1588.9) Shaks. Tit. A. iii. i. 31 "Or shall we bit our tongues, and in dumbe shewes Passe the remainder of our..dayes? " (1588)"
  251.   (1588.10) Shaks. Tit. A. i. i. 147 "Remaineth nought but..with low'd Larums [to] welcome them to Rome. (1588)"
  252.   (1588.11) Shaks. Tit. A. v. iii. 131 "Where you behold vs now, The poore remainder of Andronici. (1588)"
  253.   (1588.12) Shaks. L.L.L. ii. i. 135 "There remaines vnpaid A hundred thousand [crowns] more: in surety of the which, One part of Aquitaine is bound to vs. (1588)"
  254.   (1589.1) Fleming Virg. Georg. ii. 28 "Vnstird it doth remaine, And conquereth..by lasting many yeares. (1589)"
  255.   (1589.2) Puttenham Eng. Poesie i. iii. (Arb.) 22 "The people remained in the woods and mountains, vagarant and dispersed like the wild beasts. (1589)"
  256.   (1589.3) Warner Alb. Eng. vi. xxxi, "They A People shall remaine..and of that Streene Shall Fiue at length re-raigne. (1589)"
  257.   (1589.4) Warner Alb. Eng. v. xxiii. (1592) 102 "We here a blisfull Vintage gayne, That..euermore vnblasted may remaine. (1589)"
  258.   (1590.1) Spenser F.Q. i. i. 1 "Ycladd in mightie armes and silver shielde, Wherein old dints of deepe woundes did remaine. (1590)"
  259.   (1590.2) Spenser F.Q. i. i. 16 "Ay wont in desert darknes to remaine, Where plain none might her see, nor she see any plaine. (1590)"
  260.   (1590.3) Spenser F.Q. ii. vi. 6 "She..greatly ioyed merry tales to faine, Of which a store-house did with her remaine. (1590)"
  261.   (1590.4) Spenser F.Q. ii. ix. 6 "Were your will her sold to entertaine..Great guerdon, well I wote, should you remaine. (1590)"
  262.   (1590.5) Spenser F.Q. i. i. 16 "Ay wont in desert darknesse to remaine. (1590)"
  263.   (1590.6) Shaks. Mids. N. iii. i. 156 "Thou shalt remaine here, whether thou wilt or no. (1590)"
  264.   (1590.7) Spenser F.Q. ii. x. 32 "So to his crowne she him restor'd againe, In which he dyde, made ripe for death by eld, And after wild, it should to her remaine. (1590)"
  265.   (1590.8) Shaks. Mids. N. iii. ii. 171 "My heart to her, but as guest-wise soiourn'd, And now to Helen it is home return'd, There to remaine. (1590)"
  266.   (1590.9) Swinburne Testaments 7 "The definition remaineth irreprehensible. (1590)"
  267.   (1590.10) Spenser F.Q. i. xii. 12 "Where that champion stout After his foes defeasaunce did remaine. (1590)"
  268.   (1590.11) West Symbol. i. ii. §.311 "An Instrument of Surrender is an instrument testifiyng..that the particuler tenant of landes..doth..agree, that he which hath the next immediate remainder or reuersion thereof shall also haue the particuler estate of the same in possession. (1590)"
  269.   (1591.1) Greene Farew. Folly Wks. (Grosart) IX. 324 "Yet remaines there in the minde certain Scyntillul&ae.aeig; voluptatis, which confirmed by a saturnall impression, were harder to root out than were they newly sprong vp in youth. (1591)"
  270.   (1591.2) R. Bruce Serm. (Wodrow Soc.) 298 "It may remain a sure foundation and Ground&dubh.stone to us. (1591)"
  271.   (1591.3) Shaks. 1 Hen. VI, i. i. 175 "For me nothing remaines: But long I will not be Iack out of Office. (1591)"
  272.   (1591.4) Spenser Ruines of Time 578, "I in minde remained..Distraught twixt feare and pitie. (1591)"
  273.   (1591.5) Sylvester Du Bartas i. iii. 513 "What will remaine? Ah! nothing (in respect). (1591)"
  274.   (1591.6) Savile Tacitus, Agricola (1622) 184 "Lest any sparkle of honesty should by mischance remaine within view. (1591)"
  275.   (1591.7) Vestry Bks. (Surtees) 30 "Shepe remainynge in this parishe... At North Pittington a *tuppe hogge. (1591)"
  276.   (1592.1) Constable Poems (1859) 1 "As my heart shall aye remaine A patient object to thy lightning eyes. (1592)"
  277.   (1592.2) Kyd Sp. Trag. ii. v. 17 "O speak, if any sparke of life remaine. (1592)"
  278.   (1592.3) Kyd Sol. &. Pers. ii. i. 303 "Ah, Ferdinand, the stay of my old age, And cheefe remainder of our progenie. (1592)"
  279.   (1592.4) Warner Alb. Eng. vii. xxxiv. (1602) 165 "This Henrie, Earle of Richmond, now poore Lancasters remaine. (1592)"
  280.   (1592.5) West 1st Pt. Symbol. (1647) 100 "[To] suffer the same and every part and parcell thereof to descend come and remaine according to the true meaning of this Indenture. (1592)"
  281.   (1592.6) Warner Alb. Eng. vii. xxxvii. 166 "What might remaine but death for me that liued so vnblest? " (1592)"
  282.   (1592.7) Sc. Acts Jas. VI (1597) §.145 "The cedent remainis Rebelle and at the Horne. (1592)"
  283.   (1593.1) Fale Dialling 19 "Which you shall find least subtract that from the greater, and that which remaineth keep, (for it shall be called the difference kept). (1593)"
  284.   (1593.2) Fale Dialling 14, "I take the complement of the Elevation, which is 38d. out of the reclination of the plat which is 55d., and there remain 17d. (1593)"
  285.   (1593.3) Nashe Christ's T. (1613) 75 "No Trophy remaining, no stone but discituate. (1593)"
  286.   (1593.4) Shaks. Rich. II, i. iii. 149 "Norfolke: for thee remaines a heauier dombe, Which I with some vnwillingnesse pronounce. (1593)"
  287.   (1593.5) Shaks. 3 Hen. VI, iv. iii. 60 "What now remaines my Lords for vs to do..? " (1593)"
  288.   (1593.6) Shaks. Rich. II, i. i. 130 "My Soueraigne Liege was in my debt, Vpon remainder of a deere Accompt. (1593)"
  289.   (1593.7) Shaks. Lucr. 520 "So thy suruiuing husband shall remaine The scornefull marke of euerie open eye. (1593)"
  290.   (1593.8) Shaks. Rich. II, i. i. 130 "My Soueraigne Leege was in my debt, Vpon remainder of a deere Accompt. (1593)"
  291.   (1593.9) Shaks. 3 Hen. VI, iv. vii. 9 "What then remaines..But that we enter, as into our Dukedome? " (1593)"
  292.   (1593.10) Shaks. Lucr. 1452 "Her cheeks with chaps and wrinkles were disguised; Of what she was no semblance did remain. (1593)"
  293.   (1594.1) Blundevil Exerc. vii. ix. (1636) 661 "Adde to the yeere of the Lord given 3, and divide the product thereof by 15, and the remainder shall be the number of the said Indiction. (1594)"
  294.   (1594.2) Blundevil Exerc. i. vii. (1636) 25 "But such [numbers] as cannot bee divided but that there will remaine some odde unite, those are called Primes. (1594)"
  295.   (1594.3) Blundevil Exerc. i. vii. (ed. 7) 25 "Such numbers as may be evenly divided by another number without leaving any remainder, are called Compounds. (1594)"
  296.   (1594.4) Blundevil Exerc. i. v. (1636) 14 "The third number is called the Quotient,..and the fourth number is called the Remainder, if any be. (1594)"
  297.   (1594.5) Blundevil Exerc. l. 176 b, "There will remaine 9. houres 4&p.8. which is the length of the artificiall day, when the Sunne is in the first degree of Scorpio, the one halfe wherof is called the semi-diurnall Arke of that artificial day. (1594)"
  298.   (1594.6) Blundevil Exerc. i. iii. (1636) 8 "Then I say take 10 out of 17 and there remaineth 7, which I set downe. (1594)"
  299.   (1594.7) Blundevil Exerc. i. iii. (1636) 7 "Take 7 out of 14 and there remaineth 7. (1594)"
  300.   (1594.8) Carew Huarte's Exam. Wits iii. (1596) 25 "There will remaine..the forehead and the nape with a little bunchinesse. (1594)"
  301.   (1594.9) Carew Huarte's Exam. Wits v. (1596) 55 "If the other two [ventricles] remained not sound, and without endammageance, a man should thereby become witles, and void of reason. (1594)"
  302.   (1594.10) Carew Huarte's Exam. Wits vi. (1596) 84 "To remaine..affixed, in sort as the sparrowes are attached to birdlime. (1594)"
  303.   (1594.11) Carew Huarte's Exam. Wits xiv. (1596) 250 "Our first parents..lost this qualitie, and the irascible and concupiscible remained. (1594)"
  304.   (1594.12) Kyd Cornelia ii. 360 "The formes of things doe neuer die, Because the matter that remaines Reformes another thing thereby. (1594)"
  305.   (1594.13) Nashe Unfort. Trav. 56 "During my remainder there [in Rome]. (1594)"
  306.   (1594.14) O. B. Quest. Profit. Concern. 10 "Notwithstanding all this, there remained a sculke of such, as neither care nor castigation could amend. (1594)"
  307.   (1594.15) O. B. Quest. Profit. Concern. 17 "There is also a certaine sparke or seed of vertue euer remaining in man..vnlesse reprobacie haue ouer-run all. (1594)"
  308.   (1594.16) Plat Diuerse New Sorts of Soyle 59 "The Coast-men..doo also bestow that which remaineth of the pilchardes upon their leane and hungrey grounds. (1594)"
  309.   (1594.17) Plat Jewell-ho. ii. (1653) 39 "Lettinge the cloues &. riendes [of oranges and lemons] remaine in oile. (1594)"
  310.   (1594.18) Plat Jewell-ho. i. 21 "[Quick lime] whose moisture is altogether exhaled, so as there remaineth therein nothing else, but the terrestrial parts replenished with a fiery vertue. (1594)"
  311.   (1594.19) Plat New Sorts of Soil 25 "When they [corne and other seedes] are ripe..the exhalative water flyeth away, and the generative remaineth. (1594)"
  312.   (1594.20) R. Ashley tr. Loys le Roy 24 "The learning of the Athenians was lost in Athens; only remaining in that towne the school or house of studies. (1594)"
  313.   (1594.21) Spenser Amoretti xlv, "Within my hart..The fayre Idea of your celestiall hew..remaines immortally. (1594)"
  314.   (1594.22) Spenser Amoretti xii, "I then disarmed did remaine. (1594)"
  315.   (1594.23) T. B. La Primaud. Fr. Acad. ii. 394 "The seede..receiueth not fashion presently vpon the conception, but remaineth for a time without any figure. (1594)"
  316.   (1594.24) West 2nd Pt. Symbol. §.136 "The end and effect of such recoueries, is to discontinue and distroy estates tailes, remainders, and reuersions and barre the former owners thereof. (1594)"
  317.   (1595.1) Capt. Wyatt R. Dudley's Voy. W. Ind. (Hakl. Soc.) 56 "In the night a substance of fyre resemblinge the shape of a fierie Dragon should fall into our sailes and theare remaine some quarter of an ower. (1595)"
  318.   (1595.2) Spenser Epithal. 399 " And thou, glad Genius! in whose gentle hand The bridale bowre and geniall bed remaine. (1595)"
  319.   (1596.1) Bacon Max. &. Use Com. Law xxiv. (1630) 94 "So if tenant for life the remainder in fee bee, and they ioine in graunting a rent, this is one solid rent out of both their estates. (1596)"
  320.   (1596.2) Bacon Max. &. Use Com. Law (1635) 52 marg., "A recovery barreth an Escheat taile and all reversions and remaindments thereupon. (1596)"
  321.   (1596.3) Fitz-Geffray Sir F. Drake (1881) 25 "Her silver-feathered turtle-doves, Which in their *golden-wired cage remaine. (1596)"
  322.   (1596.4) Spenser F.Q. v. ii. 36 "But if thou now shouldst weigh them new in pound, We are not sure they would so long remaine. (1596)"
  323.   (1596.5) Spenser F.Q. v. vi. 24 "There all that night remained Britomart, Restless, recomfortlesse. (1596)"
  324.   (1596.6) Spenser F.Q. iv. viii. 51 "Him wretched thrall vnto his dongeon [he] brought, Where he remaines, of all vnsuccour'd and vnsought. (1596)"
  325.   (1596.7) Spenser State Irel. 28 "A nation so antique, as that no monument remaines of her beginning. (1596)"
  326.   (1596.8) Spenser Hymn Love 106 "Man..hauing yet in his deducted spright, Some sparks remaining of that heauenly fyre. (1596)"
  327.   (1596.9) Shaks. 1 Hen. IV, iv. i. 53 "Where now remaines a sweet reuersion, We may boldly spend, vpon the hope Of what is to come in. (1596)"
  328.   (1597.1) Blundevil Exerc. (ed. 2) i. vii. 12 "Such [numbers] as cannot bee divided but that there will remaine some odde unite, those are called Primes. (1597)"
  329.   (1597.2) Beard Theatre God's Judgem. (1612) 465 "His carkasse..was hanged vpon a gallowes, and all his kindred and children put to death, that there might not one remaine of his straine. (1597)"
  330.   (1597.3) Daniel Civ. Wares iii. xx, "That Richard should remain for evermore, close-prisoner. (1597)"
  331.   (1597.4) Daniel Civ. Wars vii. 10 "For all this ebbing chance, remains The spring that feeds that hope. (1597)"
  332.   (1597.5) Hooker Eccl. Pol. v. lxviii. (1611) 368 "Sound and sicke remaining both of the same body. (1597)"
  333.   (1597.6) Hooker Eccl. Pol. v. liii. §.1 "Whatsoeuer is naturall to Deitie, the same remaineth in Christ vncommunicated vnto his Manhood. (1597)"
  334.   (1597.7) Hooker Eccl. Pol. v. lxxi. §.2 "Because by repetition they..confirme the habites of all vertue, it remaineth that we..keep them as ordinances. (1597)"
  335.   (1597.8) Hooker Eccl. Pol. v. §.22 (J.) "Sermons are the keys..and do open the scriptures; which being but read, remain, in comparison, still clasped. (1597)"
  336.   (1597.9) Hooker Eccl. Pol. v. lxxix. 5 "He simply deliuered vp a large morsell whereby the value of that which remained was betrayed. (1597)"
  337.   (1597.10) J. King On Jonas (1618) 493 "What remaineth, but to repent? to change our Morian skinnes, to put off our stained coats, and to wash our feet from their filthinesse. (1597)"
  338.   (1597.11) Lowe Chirurg. (1634) 381 "There remaineth lappered bloud. (1597)"
  339.   (1597.12) Skene De Verb. Sign. s.v. Annuel, "Top-annuel, is ane certaine duty, given and disponed furth of ony bigged tenement or land, of the quhilk tenement the propertie remainis with the disponer, and he is onely oblished to pay the said annuel. (1597)"
  340.   (1597.13) in St. Papers, Dom. 360 "There remain 70 ships of all sorts: six Levantiscoes. (1597)"
  341.   (1597-8.1) Bacon Ess., Faction (Arb.) 78 "When one of the Factions is extinguished, the remaining subdiuideth. (1597-"
  342.   (1598.1) Barckley Felic. Man (1631) 635 "A faithfull friend is hard to be found; the bare name onely remaineth; the thing is obsolet and growne out of use. (1598)"
  343.   (1598.2) Deloney Jacke Newb. ii. 38 "There were shearemen everie one,..And hard by them there did remaine Full foure score rowers taking paine. (1598)"
  344.   (1598.3) Hakluyt Voy. I. 164 "One part of which indentures remaineth in the custodie of the English ambassadors, and the other part in the hands of the commissioners of Prussia. (1598)"
  345.   (1598.4) Hakluyt Voy. I. 150 "One deceased by the way,..and the other remained sick..so that ambassage took none effect. (1598)"
  346.   (1598.5) Hakluyt Voy. I. 97 "The churnmilke which remaineth of the butter. (1598)"
  347.   (1598.6) Hakluyt Voy. I. 595 "The principall catholique recusants..were sent to remaine at certaine conuenient places. (1598)"
  348.   (1598.7) Stow Surv. 361 "Part of the ruines of the old Temple were seene to remaine builded of Cane stone. (1598)"
  349.   (1599.1) Hayward 1st Pt. Life &. Reign Hen. IV 4 "Neither did the continuance of his Raigne bring him to a proude port and stately esteeming of himselfe, but in his latter yeares he remained so gentle and faire in cariage, that [etc.]. (1599)"
  350.   (1599.2) Minsheu Span. Gram. 20 "Now it remaineth to giue a Paradigma or example of euery Coniugation of their Moodes. (1599)"
  351.   (1599.3) Nashe Lenten Stuffe Wks. (Grosart) V. 277 "Nothing of that Castle saue tattered ragged walles nowe remaines. (1599)"
  352.   (1599.4) Nashe Lenten Stuffe 10 "That manner of prouostship or gouernment remained in full force and vertue all their fowre throneships, alias a hundred yeare. (1599)"
  353.   (1599.5) Nashe Lenten Stuffe 59 "Not a scrap..but the cobs of the two herrings the fisherman had eaten remained of him. (1599)"
  354.   (1599.6) Sandys Europ&ae.aeig; Spec. (1632) 142 "This man is very charie over that one remaining, and distilleth all other devises rather than set finger to that string. (1599)"
  355.   (1599.7) Sandys Europ&ae.aeig; Spec. (1632) 111 "In those places where their power remaineth yet unabridged. (1599)"
  356.   (1599.8) Sandys Europ&ae.aeig; Spec. (1632) 232 "There remaines nothing for a Iew converted, but to bee Friered. (1599)"
  357.   (1599.9) in T. Stafford Pac. Hib. i. i. (1633) 11 "To bee committed to ward, there to remaine in safe custodie, untill [etc.]. (1599)"
  358.   (1600.1) Coke Rep. v. 106 b, "Ietsam est quant le nief est in perill d'ê.tre merge et pur disburden le niefe les biens sont iects in le mere..et nul de ceux byens que sont appelles Ietsam Flotsam ou Lagan sont appeles wreck cy longe come ils remain in ou sur la mere, mais si ascun de eux sont mise al terre per le mere, donques ils seront dit wreck. (1600)"
  359.   (1600.2) C. Percy in Shaks. C. Praise 38, "I will ever remain Your assured friend Charles Percy. (1600)"
  360.   (1600.3) Edmonds Observ. C&ae.aeig;sar's Comm. 101 "Such other Commonweales, as before that time had remained newtrall. (1600)"
  361.   (1600.4) E. Blount tr. Conestaggio 4 "Remaining peaceable Lord of the Realme. (1600)"
  362.   (1600.5) E. Blount tr. Conestaggio 74 "This Letter..remained still with them vnopened. (1600)"
  363.   (1600.6) E. Blount tr. Conestaggio 28 "He gave them impresse, and they remained for his service. (1600)"
  364.   (1600.7) F. Davison Ps. cxxxii. in Farr S.P. Eliz. (1845) II. 328 "Where this love-knot remaines vnbroken, God heapes of blisse doth send. (1600)"
  365.   (1600.8) Fairfax Tasso xix. lxv, "Vafrine..with griefe and care Remain'd astound. (1600)"
  366.   (1600.9) Holland Livy xxvii. xxi. 644 "By whose cold and delayfull proceedings..Anniball now these ten yeares had remained in Italie. (1600)"
  367.   (1600.10) Holland Livy 147 (R.) "When they had registered and placed the coloners, they remained still themselves in the same colonie. (1600)"
  368.   (1600.11) Holland Livy 881 (R.) "It were a great disworship and shame even for them, that there should remaine in bondage any [etc.]. (1600)"
  369.   (1600.12) J. Pory tr. Leo's Africa iv. 224 "Batha, whereof now there remaine but very few ruines. (1600)"
  370.   (1600.13) J. Pory tr. Leo's Africa viii. 304 "Inscriptions engrauen in marble, and remaining til this present. (1600)"
  371.   (1600.14) Shaks. A.Y.L. i. i. 179 "This wrastler shall cleare all: nothing remaines, but that I kindle the boy thither. (1600)"
  372.   (1600.15) Shaks. Sonn. cxxii, "Which shall..remain Beyond all date, even to eternity. (1600)"
  373.   (1600.16) Surflet Countrie Farme, iii. liii. 553 "If it spatter, there is yet some waterish moisture remaining in it. (1600)"
  374.   (1600.17) Shaks. A.Y.L. i. i. 179 "Nothing remaines, but that I kindle the boy thither. (1600)"
  375.   (1600.18) Shaks. A.Y.L. i. i. 179 "Nothing remaines, but that I kindle the boy thither. (1600)"
  376.   (1600.19) Shaks. A.Y.L. ii. vii. 39 "As drie as the remainder bisket After a voyage. (1600)"
  377.   (1600.20) Shaks. A.Y.L. ii. vii. 39 "His braine..is as drie as the remainder bisket After a voyage. (1600)"
  378.   (1600.21) W. Watson Decacordon Pref. (1602) A 3 b, "The Germaines (where the imperiall triple Crowne of Caesar yet remaines vp and downe). (1600)"
  379.   (1600.22) W. Watson Decacordon (1602) 350 "A resolute intent..in well, and in woe, to remaine constant. (1600)"
  380.   (1600.23) W. Watson Decacordon ix. x. (1602) 332 "A maxime in the lawes, either vnauthentically defined, or remaining litigious. (1600)"
  381.   (1600.24) Flodden F. vii. (1664) 68 "And in perduring peace remain. (1600)"
  382.   (1600.25) in Turreff Gleanings (1859) 29 "The said day John Michel is ordaint to be put in kirk wolt, thairin to remain quhile he sett caution to adhear to Margratt Quhytt, his spous. (1600)"
  383.   (1601.1) Daniel To C'tess Cumbld. xvi, "This note (Madam) of your Worthiness Remaines recorded in so many Hearts. (1601)"
  384.   (1601.2) Holland Pliny I. 233 "Brought there were thither..such [frogs] as would crie in the water: and that whole kind still remaineth vocall. (1601)"
  385.   (1601.3) Holland Pliny xxxv. xi. II. 550 "In these [unfinished paintings] a man may (as it were) see what traicts and lineaments remaine to bee done. (1601)"
  386.   (1601.4) Holland Pliny II. 517 "The third part of the vein which remaineth behind in the furnace, it is Gal&ae.aeig;na, that is to say, the very mettal it selfe of lead. (1601)"
  387.   (1601.5) Holland Pliny ii. lxv. 31 "Wonderfull it remaineth..How it should become a Globe, considering so great flatnesse of Plaines and Seas. (1601)"
  388.   (1601.6) Holland Pliny I. 65 "In the generall deluge of the countrey by raine they only remained aliue. (1601)"
  389.   (1601.7) Holland Pliny II. 535 "Many other plots and projects there doe remaine of his [Parasius'] drawing. (1601)"
  390.   (1601.8) Holland Pliny I. 359 "Ouer and aboue those monstruosities which Italy hath deuised of it selfe, we haue remaining..those also of strange..nations abroad. (1601)"
  391.   (1601.9) Holland tr. Pliny's Nat. Hist. I. xii. xx. 374 "The Troglodyte Nabath&ae.aeig;ans: who onely of the ancient Nabath&ae.aeig;ans, there setled and remained. (1601)"
  392.   (1601.10) Holland Pliny II. 141 "A faire medicine to cure..the black prints remaining after strokes. (1601)"
  393.   (1601.11) Holland Pliny I. 110 "The rest that Homer so much speaks of..there is no mention or token remaining of them. (1601)"
  394.   (1601.12) R. Johnson Kingd. &. Commw. (1603) 19 " By remaining full of French soldiers all things were turned vpsidowne. (1601)"
  395.   (1601.13) Shaks. All's Well iv. iii. 313 "For a Cardceue he will..cut th' intaile from all remainders. (1601)"
  396.   (1601.14) Shaks. Jul. C. v. v. 1 "Come poore remaines of friends, rest on this Rocke. (1601)"
  397.   (1601.15) Shaks. All's Well iv. iii. 272 "Not that I am afraide to dye, but that my offences beeing many, I would repent out the remainder of Nature. (1601)"
  398.   (1601.16) Shaks. All's Well iv. iii. 313 "Sir, for a Cardecue, he will sell the fee-simple of his saluation, the inheritance of it, and cut th'intaile from all remainders, and a perpetuall succession for it perpetually. (1601)"
  399.   (1601.17) Shaks. Jul. C. i. iii. 18 "His Hand, Not sensible of fire, remain'd vnscorch'd. (1601)"
  400.   (1601.18) Shaks. All's Well iv. iii. 272 "My offences being many, I would repent out the remainder of Nature. (1601)"
  401.   (1601.19) Shaks. Jul. C. i. iii. 18 "Yet his Hand, Not sensible of fire, remain'd vnscorch'd. (1601)"
  402.   (1602.1) Carew Cornwall 111 b, "Onely there remaine the Iuie&dubh.tapissed wals of the keepe. (1602)"
  403.   (1602.2) Carew Cornwall 111 b, "Onely there remaine the *Iuie-tapissed wals of the keepe. (1602)"
  404.   (1602.3) Carew Cornwall i. 3 b, "Where the Horse walloweth, some haires will still remaine. (1602)"
  405.   (1602.4) Fulbecke 2nd Pt. Parall. 68 "As to conditions impossible in facte, such conditions if they go to the defeasans of an estate, the estate notwithstanding remaineth good. (1602)"
  406.   (1602.5) J. Davies Mirum in Modum (Grosart) 9/2 "Let vs with Eagles eyes without offence Transview the obscure things that do remaine. (1602)"
  407.   (1602.6) Marston Ant. &. Mel. v. Wks. 1856 I. 67 "There remaines no discord that can sound Harsh accents to the eare of our accord. (1602)"
  408.   (1602.7) Patericke tr. Gentillet's Disc. 90 "In this contestation..remained their affaires by a long and great space of yeares. (1602)"
  409.   (1602.8) Stillingfl. Orig. Sacr&ae.aeig; ii. ii. §.9 "Especially when he..married into that branch of the family that was remaining there. (1602)"
  410.   (1602.9) Shaks. Ham. iii. iii. 97, 98 "My words flye vp, my thoughts remain below, Words without thoughts, neuer to Heauen go. (1602)"
  411.   (1602.10) Shaks. Ham. iii. iv. 179 "Thus bad begins, and worse remaines behinde. (1602)"
  412.   (1602.11) Segar Hon. Mil. &. Civ. i. v. 7 "That no Citizen unsworne, should remaine out of Italie more then three yeares. (1602)"
  413.   (1602.12) Warner Alb. Eng. Epit. (1612) 396 "No leisure remained the King for his formall courting of so contrarious a Ladie. (1602)"
  414.   (1602.13) 2nd Pt. Return Parnass. iii. i. 1151 "It remaines to try whether you bee a man of good vtterance. (1602)"
  415.   (1603.1) Florio Montaigne ii. iii. 210 "I wil now departe, and licence the remainder of my soule [F. donner cong&eacu. aux restes de mon ame]. (1603)"
  416.   (1603.2) Holland Plutarch's Mor. 794 "The combat remained unatchived and unperfect, neither had it a certaine and doubtlesse conclusion. (1603)"
  417.   (1603.3) Holland Plutarch's Mor. 1143 "Pythia the Priestresse of Apollo, being once come downe from her three footed fabricke, upon which she receiveth that incentive spirit of furie, remaineth quiet. (1603)"
  418.   (1603.4) Holland Plutarch's Mor. 1140 "If love be away,..the act thereof remaineth altogether not expetible, dishonourable, without grace and unamiable. (1603)"
  419.   (1603.5) Holland Plutarch's Mor. 558 "The wales, marks, scarres and cicatrices of sinne and vice remaine to be seene. (1603)"
  420.   (1603.6) Holland Plutarch's Mor. 223 (R.) "Many men do let their fortunes run (as it were through a colander or strainer, wherein the worst stick and remaine in the way behind, whiles the better do passe and run out. (1603)"
  421.   (1603.7) Knolles Hist. Turks (1621) 268 "The Bassa..began..with fire and sword to wast that part of the countrey which yet remained vnspoiled. (1603)"
  422.   (1603.8) Owen Pembrokeshire (1892) 84 note, "No traces remained..but highe and rounde toompes of earth. (1603)"
  423.   (1603.9) Shaks. Meas. for M. i. ii. 154 "This we came not to, Onely for propogation of a Dowre Remaining in the Coffer of her friends. (1603)"
  424.   (1604.1) E. G[rimstone] D'Acosta's Hist. Indies vii. x. 523 "The Mexicaines by this meanes, remained much eased and content, but it lasted little. (1604)"
  425.   (1604.2) E. G[rimstone] D'Acosta's Hist. Indies vi. xiv. 459 "The Edifices and Buildings..were many in number..as doth appeare at this day by their ruines and remainders. (1604)"
  426.   (1604.3) E. G[rimstone] D'Acosta's Hist. Indies iv. iii. 210 "That [metal] which remaines of the refining of gold and silver. (1604)"
  427.   (1604.4) E. G[rimstone] D'Acosta's Hist. Indies iii. xv. 169 "But now that we have left the sea, let vs come to other kinde of waters that remaine to be spoken of. (1604)"
  428.   (1604.5) E. G[rimstone] D'Acosta's Hist. Indies iv. xii. 244 "They put all the mettall into a cloth, which they straine out,..and the rest remaines as a loafe of silver. (1604)"
  429.   (1604.6) E. G[rimstone] D'Acosta's Hist. Indies iv. xii. 245 "They put all the mettall into a cloth, which they straine out very forcibly, so as all the quicke-silver passeth out..and the rest remaines as a loafe of silver, like to a marke of almonds pressed to draw oyle. And being thus pressed, the remainder containes but the sixt part in silver, and five in mercurie... Of these markes they makes pinnes, (as they call them,) like pine apples, or sugar loaves, hollow within, the which they commonly make of a hundred pound weight. (1604)"
  430.   (1604.7) Shaks. Oth. v. ii. 368 "To you, Lord Gouernor, Remaines the Censure of this hellish villaine. (1604)"
  431.   (1604.8) Merch. New-Royall Exchange B ij b, "The Merchants [at Rouen]..shall chuse out of the said number three officers, viz. A Prior and two Consulls, to remaine in their authoritie for one yeare. (1604)"
  432.   (1605.1) A. Wotton Answ. late Popish Art. Ded., "All that remaines is by this, or some such like deed, to professe my sensiblenes of your great fauour. (1605)"
  433.   (1605.2) Bacon Adv. Learn. ii. fol. 9 "The Sunne..passeth through pollutions, and it selfe remaines as pure as before. (1605)"
  434.   (1605.3) Montgomerie Flyting 443 "Whan thae dames deuoutly had done their devore..Of that matter to make remained no more. (1605)"
  435.   (1605.4) Shaks. Lear i. i. 82 "To thee, and thine hereditarie euer, Remaine this ample third of our faire Kingdome. (1605)"
  436.   (1605.5) Shaks. Lear ii. i. 59 "Let him fly farre: Not in this Land shall he remaine vncaught. (1605)"
  437.   (1605.6) Saltern Ant. Laws Gt. Brit. E 2 b, "The Saxons..called their Nobles by a name of the same signification, viz. Earles or eldermen, a name of nobilitie vnknowne in their owne Countrie; where (as I take it) they are called Graues or Greues, signifying a gouernor, which name also they brought hither, and it remaineth in some vse to this day. (1605)"
  438.   (1605.7) Shaks. Macb. iv. iii. 148 "A most myraculous worke..Which often since my heere remaine in England, I haue seene him do. (1605)"
  439.   (1605.8) Shaks. Macb. iv. iii. 148 "Which often since my heere remaine in England, I haue seene him do. (1605)"
  440.   (1605.9) Timme Quersit. ii. iii. 113 "Salt-peter remaineth liquid and fusible in a red hote crucible. (1605)"
  441.   (1605.10) Timme Quersit. ii. iii. 115 "The which water, albeit it alwayes remaineth fluxile and liquid. (1605)"
  442.   (1605.11) Verstegan Dec. Intell. iv. 91 "The redeemer of the remainder of the captiue Troyans that were in Greece. (1605)"
  443.   (1605.12) Verstegan Dec. Intell. iii. (1628) 63 "Aduanced to the honourable titles of Earles and Lords, with Establishment for the continuall remaining of these titles. (1605)"
  444.   (1605.13) Verstegan Dec. Intell. v. (1628) 137 "There remaines yet a tole called *Guid-law, which is paid for cattell at Bowdumbar, a Gate of the City so called, and was first granted for the payment of guides. (1605)"
  445.   (1605.14) Verstegan Dec. Intell. iv. (1636) 100 "This coniuncture to haue remained for some space after the great and generall deluge. (1605)"
  446.   (1606.1) G. W[oodcocke] Hist. Ivstine xxxiv. 112 "That the kingdome should remaine in more safety, and lesse vprore. (1606)"
  447.   (1606.2) S. Gardiner Bk. Angling 85 "Elias thought himself the only remainder of the Church of Israel..: But God otherwise rounded him in the eare. (1606)"
  448.   (1606.3) Shaks. Ant. &. Cl. i. iii. 44 "But my full heart Remaines in vse with you. (1606)"
  449.   (1606.4) Shaks. Tr. &. Cr. ii. ii. 71 "Nor the remainder Viands We do not throw in vnrespectiue siue. (1606)"
  450.   (1606.5) Shaks. Cymb. iii. i. 87, "I know your Masters pleasure, and he mine: All the Remaine is welcome. (1606)"
  451.   (1607.1) E. Grimstone tr. Goulart's Mem. Hist. 278 "He never sturd one iot, but remained firme and inviolable, as if he had beene planted there. (1607)"
  452.   (1607.2) Heywood Wom. Killed w. Kindn. (1617) C 2 b, "Sir I accept it, and remaine indebted Euen to the best of my vnable power. (1607)"
  453.   (1607.3) J. Carpenter Plaine Mans Plough 89 "What gaine these..when they..themselves remaine castawayes, wracking in the depth of hell. (1607)"
  454.   (1607.4) Shaks. Timon iv. iii. 399 "Where should he haue this Gold? It is some poore Fragment, some slender Ort of his remainder. (1607)"
  455.   (1607.5) Shaks. Cor. iii. iii. 124, "I banish you, And heere remaine with your vncertaintie. Let euery feeble Rumor shake your hearts. (1607)"
  456.   (1607.6) Shaks. Timon iv. iii. 400 "It is some poore Fragment, some slender Ort of his remainder. (1607)"
  457.   (1607.7) Shaks. Cor. ii. iii. 191 "If he should still malignantly remaine Fast Foe toth' Plebeij. (1607)"
  458.   (1607.8) Shaks. Cor. ii. iii. 192 "If he should still malignantly remaine Fast Foe to th' Plebij. (1607)"
  459.   (1607.9) Shaks. Cor. ii. iii. 149 "Remaines, that, in th' Officiall Markes inuested, You anon doe meet the Senate. (1607)"
  460.   (1607.10) Shaks. Timon iii. vi. 30, "I hope it remaines not vnkindely with your Lordship, that I return'd you an empty messenger. (1607)"
  461.   (1607.11) Shaks. Timon v. i. 101 "Know his grosse patchery..Yet remaine assur'd That he's a made-vp Villaine. (1607)"
  462.   (1607.12) Shaks. Cor. v. vi. 17 "The People will remaine vncertaine, whil'st 'Twixt you there's difference. (1607)"
  463.   (1607.13) Shaks. Cor. ii. ii. 43 "It remaines, As the maine Point of this our after-meeting. (1607)"
  464.   (1607.14) Shaks. Cor. iv. i. 51 "While I remaine aboue the ground, you shall Heare from me still. (1607)"
  465.   (1607.15) Shaks. Cor. ii. iii. 147 "Remaines, that in th' Officiall Markes invested, You anon doe meet the Senate. (1607)"
  466.   (1607.16) Shaks. Cor. ii. ii. 44 "It remaines..To gratifie his Noble seruice. (1607)"
  467.   (1607.17) Shaks. Cor. ii. iii. 148 "The Tribunes endue you with the Peoples Voyce, Remaines, that in th'Officiall Markes inuested, You anon doe meet the Senate. (1607)"
  468.   (1607.18) Shaks. Timon iii. vi. 39, "I hope it remaines not vnkindely with your Lordship, that I return'd you an empty Messenger. (1607)"
  469.   (1607.19) Topsell Four-f. Beasts 137 "Their common properties of nature, such as..remaine like infallible and invariable truths in euery kinde and country of the world. (1607)"
  470.   (1607.20) Topsell Four-f. Beasts (1658) 329 "To cure a wound made with harquebush-shot... First seek with an instrument whether the pellet remain within or not. (1607)"
  471.   (1607.21) Topsell Four-f. Beasts 669 "That a Bore or male swine wil not remaine of validity and good for breed past three yeare old. (1607)"
  472.   (1607.22) Topsell Four-f. Beasts 415 "It will ranckle worse, by reason of the flaw of yron remaining in the flesh. (1607)"
  473.   (1607.23) Topsell Serpents (1653) 639 "It remaineth to discourse of the Politick, Ethical, and Oeconomick vertues and properties of them [bees]. (1607)"
  474.   (1607.24) Topsell Four-f. Beasts (1673) 435 "If they [Asses] do not breed..before the casting of their Colts-teeth, they remain steril..all their life. (1607)"
  475.   (1607.25) Topsell Four-f. Beasts 124 "If they remaine abroad in the aire,..they grow as light as any vanishing or softer substance. (1607)"
  476.   (1607.26) T. Rogers 39 Art. xxviii. (1633) 176 "The Metusiastes and Papists..beleeue the substance of Bread and Wine is so changed into the substance of Christ his Body, as nothing remaineth but the reall Body of Christ, besides the accidents of Bread and Wine. (1607)"
  477.   (1607.27) W. Sclater 3 Serm. (1629) 11 "Temporall paines remaine as preuentions, as admonitions, as restrainments. (1607)"
  478.   (1608.1) Bp. Hall Epist. i. vi. 284, "I haue noted foure ranks of commonly-named Miracles: from which, if you make a iust subduction, how few of our wonders shall remaine either to beleefe or admiration! " (1608)"
  479.   (1608.2) H. Clapham Errour Left Hand 72 "Some doubts, which yet (as stumps) remaine behind vnpulled vp. (1608)"
  480.   (1608.3) H. Wright in Lismore Papers Ser. ii. (1887) I. 127 "For the remainder of sowe iron nowe Restinge, there is litle or noe barre Iron made thereof. (1608)"
  481.   (1608.4) J. King Serm. St. Mary's 7 "There yet remaineth a fourth point to make vp a quadrate and perfitt honor of the King. (1608)"
  482.   (1608.5) Shaks. Per. iii. iii. 29 (Q.1), "Till she be married, madam,..Vnsistered [read Vnsissered]..shall this hair of mine remain. (1608)"
  483.   (1608.6) Shaks. Per. iii. i. 63 "Aye-remaining lamps. (1608)"
  484.   (1608.7) Topsell Serpents (1658) 621 "From that time forwards, he remained well and lusty, and as sound as a Bell. (1608)"
  485.   (1608.8) Topsell Serpents 779 "Will not permit a [spider's] web-the very pattern, index, and anathema of supernaturall wisdome-to remain untouched. (1608)"
  486.   (1608.9) Willet Hexapla Exod. 487 "How much should he remaine vndemnified,..which goeth to the bosome of his mother the Church?" (1608)"
  487.   (1609.1) Bible (Douay) Jer. xi. 23 "Their sonnes and their daughters shal die in famine. And there shal be no remaines of them. (1609)"
  488.   (1609.2) J. Douland Ornith. Microl. 54 "If you finde two Semibreefe Rests after a perfect Breefe, it shall remaine perfect, vnlesse punctuall Diuision come betweene. (1609)"
  489.   (1609.3) Skene Reg. Maj., Act Jas. II, 132 "Gif any person is sklandered, or suspect of treason, he sal remaine in firmance. (1609)"
  490.   (1609.4) Skene Reg. Maj. 78 "The distres (or gudes poynded) sall remaine in the possession of the complainer, vntil it be discussed, quhither he is lawfullie or vnlawfullie distressed. (1609)"
  491.   (1609.5) Skene Reg. Maj. ii. 12 "The poynds..salbe reteined..in sic ane place pertaining to the poynder..quhere sic poynds or distresse may remaine and be keeped. (1609)"
  492.   (1609.6) T. Jackson (title Ded. A ij b, )"My selfe [shall] remaine the safer from the teeth of vncouched Foxes, if [etc.]. (1609)"
  493.   (1609.7) Bible (Douay) Gen. i. 16 comm., "Ancient Doctors judged it possible, that accidents may remaine without their subject. (1609)"
  494.   (1610.1) Guillim Heraldrie ii. iii. 42 "Adumbration, or Transparency, is a cleere exemption of the substance of the Charge, or thing borne, in such sort as that there remaineth nothing thereof to be discerned, but the naked and bare proportion of the outward lineaments thereof. (1610)"
  495.   (1610.2) Guillim Heraldry ii. iii. 42 "Adumbration or Transparency is a cleere exemption of the substance of the Charge..in such sort, as that there remaineth nothing thereof to be discerned, but the..bare proportion of the outward lineaments thereof. (1610)"
  496.   (1610.3) Gwillim Heraldry (1660) i. iii. 15 "I call those notes or marks, Accidents of Armes, that..may be annexed unto them, or taken from them, their substance still remaining. (1610)"
  497.   (1610.4) Healey Epictetus (1636) 70 "So shall thy thoughts remaine undisturbed. (1610)"
  498.   (1610.5) Holland Camden's Brit. (1637) 608 "Certaine women..put it [sc. salt] in baskets, they call them *Salt barowes, out of which the liquor runneth, and the pure salt remaineth. (1610)"
  499.   (1610.6) Holland Camden's Brit. (1637) 269 "there stood in old time a citie, but now neither top nor toe, as they say, remaineth of it. (1610)"
  500.   (1610.7) Holland Camden's Brit. (1637) 256 "Being now daunted by time, there remaineth an heape of rammell and rubbish, witnessing the ruines thereof. (1610)"
  501.   (1610.8) Holland Camden's Brit. ii. Irel. 86 "In steed of a city it is altogether as one saith po&acu.lij a&lenis.&acu.polij that is A City Citylesse, or The remains of that which was a city. (1610)"
  502.   (1610.9) Holland Camden's Brit. 499 "Albeit the foulers doe..catch great store of young water-foule, yet..abundance..remaineth untaken. (1610)"
  503.   (1610.10) Holland Camden's Brit. (1637) 113 "The residue of Britans remaining alive, withdrew themselves. (1610)"
  504.   (1610.11) Holland Camden's Brit. (1637) 268 "And verily there remaineth yet a great Castle. (1610)"
  505.   (1610.12) Holland Camden's Brit. (1637) 541 "His hand remained heere uncorrupted many hundred yeeres after. (1610)"
  506.   (1610.13) Holland Camden's Brit. 547 "There be many tokens remaining of old antiquity. (1610)"
  507.   (1610.14) Holland Camden's Brit. i. 520 "There is neither tippe nor toe remaining in it [Leicester] of the name Rat&ae.aeig;. (1610)"
  508.   (1610.15) Healey St. Aug. Citie of God xxi. xvii. 858 "Assigning..a false blisse, vnto the Saints in heauen, where they..could neuer be secured to remaine. (1610)"
  509.   (1610.16) J. More in Buccleuch MSS. (Hist. MSS. Comm.) 90 "Such..of their goods as remains in the Styllard and other places of this town. (1610)"
  510.   (1610.17) Shaks. Temp. i. ii. 281 "Imprison'd, thou didst painefully remaine A dozen yeeres:..where thou didst vent thy groanes As fast as Mill-wheeles strike. (1610)"
  511.   (1610.18) Shaks. Temp. i. ii. 277 "She did confine thee..Into a clouen Pyne, within which rift Imprison'd, thou didst painefully remaine. (1610)"
  512.   (1610.19) Shaks. Temp. i. ii. 277 "She did confine thee..Into a clouen Pyne, within which rift Imprison'd, thou didst painefully remaine A dozen yeeres. (1610)"
  513.   (1610.20) Shaks. Temp. i. ii. 278 "She did confine thee..Into a clouen Pyne, within which rift Imprison'd, thou didst painefully remaine A dozen yeeres. (1610)"
  514.   (1610.21) W. Folkingham Art of Survey ii. viii. 61 "Eradicate the ductat of the said mediatie and remainders. (1610)"
  515.   (1610.22) W. Folkingham Art of Survey ii. viii. 61 "From the medietie of the sides vnited, subduct each side seuerally; eradicate the ductat of the said medietie and remainders. (1610)"
  516.   (1611.1) Bible 1 Sam. xxiv. 3 "Dauid and his men remained in the sides of the caue. (1611)"
  517.   (1611.2) Bible Job xxi. 34 "In your answeres there remaineth falshood. (1611)"
  518.   (1611.3) Bible Job xxxvii. 8 "Then the beastes goe into dennes: and remaine in their places. (1611)"
  519.   (1611.4) Bible Heb. iv. 9 "There remaineth therefore a rest [marg. keeping of a Sabbath] to the people of God. (1611)"
  520.   (1611.5) Bible Gen. viii. 22 "While the earth remaineth, seed-time and haruest..shall not cease. (1611)"
  521.   (1611.6) Bible Heb. iv. 9 "There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God. (1611)"
  522.   (1611.7) Bible Isa. lxv. 4 "A people..Which remaine among the graues, and lodge in the monuments. (1611)"
  523.   (1611.8) Bible Transl. Pref. &page.17 "It remaineth, that we commend thee to God. (1611)"
  524.   (1611.9) Bible Numbers xxxiii. 55 "Those which ye let remaine of them, shall be..thornes in your sides. (1611)"
  525.   (1611.10) Chapman Iliad x. 181 "O friends, remains not one That will..mix..With their outguards, expiscating if the renown'd extreme They force on us will serve their turns? " (1611)"
  526.   (1611.11) Cotgr., "Bressaudes, the crispie mammocks that remaine of tried hogs grese. (1611)"
  527.   (1611.12) Florio, "Bocchina..that stalke or necke of a bullet which in the casting remaines in the necke of the mould, called of our Gunners the bur of the bullet. (1611)"
  528.   (1611.13) Mure Misc. Poems i. 54 "Lyk to a blooming meadow, Quhose pryd doth schort remaine. (1611)"
  529.   (1611.14) Shaks. Cymb. iii. ii. 47 "So he wishes you all happinesse, that remaines loyall to his Vow, and your encreasing in Loue. (1611)"
  530.   (1611.15) Shaks. Cymb. iv. iii. 14 "But for my Mistris, I nothing know where she remaines. (1611)"
  531.   (1611.16) Speed Hist. Gt. Brit. v. iii. §.22. 18 "By which account the great supposed antiquity of Brute, is now lessened by seuen hundred fiftie and two yeares; and the time so scantelized betwixt his and Cesars entrance, that two hundred forty six yeares onely remaine. (1611)"
  532.   (1611.17) Shaks. Cymb. ii. iv. 2, "I would I were so sure To winne the King, as I am bold, her Honour Will remaine her's. (1611)"
  533.   (1611.18) Shaks. Cymb. iv. iv. 43, "I am asham'd To looke vpon the holy Sunne,..remaining So long a poore vnknowne. (1611)"
  534.   (1611.19) Speed Hist. Gt. Brit. ix. xv. §.86. 649/2 "Her Coffin..hath euer since so remained, and neuer reburied. (1611)"
  535.   (1611.20) Shaks. Cymb. i. iv. 173 "If shee remaine vnseduc'd, you not making it appeare otherwise [etc.]. (1611)"
  536.   (1611.21) Speed Hist. Gt. Brit. vi. xvi. 96 "Many remnants [of causeways] remaine, especially in pastures, or by-grounds out of the rode way. (1611)"
  537.   (1611.22) Speed Hist. Gt. Brit. ix. viii. §.46 "Neither is the Popes reuenge thus appeased, some higher greeces yet remaine, on which his Greatnesse..must display it selfe. (1611)"
  538.   (1611.23) Shaks. Wint. T. ii. i. 51 "He ha's discouer'd my Designe, and I Remaine a pinch'd Thing; yea, a very Trick For them to play at will. (1611)"
  539.   (1611.24) Speed Hist. Gr. Brit. vii. xlv. §.13. 371 "The remembrance of which field is retained vnto this day, by certaine small Hilles there remaining, whence haue beene digged the bones of men, Armour, and the water-chaines of horse-bridles. (1611)"
  540.   (1611.25) Sir W. Mure Misc. Poems i. 54 "Lyk to a blooming meadou Quhose pryd doth schort remaine. (1611)"
  541.   (1611.26) Speed Hist. Gt. Brit. vii. xliv. 366 "His..bones as yet remaine..in a Chest of Grey-Marble, reared vpon foure small pillars, couered with a copped stone of the same. (1611)"
  542.   (1611.27) Shaks. Wint. T. v. ii. 130 "This Mysterie remained vndiscouer'd. (1611)"
  543.   (1611.28) Shaks. Cymb. iii. ii. 47 "So he wishes you all happinesse, that remaines loyall to his Vow, and your encreasing in Loue, Leonatus Posthumus. (1611)"
  544.   (1611.29) Shaks. Cymb. i. iv. 173 "If shee remaine vnseduc'd..you shall answer me with your Sword. (1611)"
  545.   (1611.30) Tourneur Ath. Trag. v. i, "If any roote of life remaines within 'em..feare 'em not. (1611)"
  546.   (1611.31) Tourneur Ath. Trag. v. i. Wks. 1878 I. 136 "If any roote of life remaines within 'em Capable of Phisicke, feare 'em not my Lord. (1611)"
  547.   (1611.32) Panegyr. Verses in Coryat's Crudities, "For he would not Take orders but remaine an Idiote. (1611)"
  548.   (1612.1) Benvenuto Passenger's Dialogues, Ital. &. Eng. (Nares) "Specially, when wee would abstergifie, and that the huske remaine behind in the boyling of it. (1612)"
  549.   (1612.2) Brerewood Lang. &. Relig. (1614) 94 "It is alleaged that the word Tatari, or Totari, (for so indeed they are rightly called, as learned men obserue, and not Tartari) signifieth in the Syriaque and Hebrew tongues, a Residue or Remainder such as these Tartars are supposed to bee of the Ten Tribes. (1612)"
  550.   (1612.3) Colson Gen. Treas., Art Arithm. B bb 2 b, "Of Substraction... The first number is to be called the Maior, grosse sum, sum total, or superior number... The second is named the Minor... The third is called the Remainer. (1612)"
  551.   (1612.4) Drayton Poly-olb. ix. 14 "A constant Mayden still she onely did remaine, The last her genuine lawes which stoutly did retaine. (1612)"
  552.   (1612.5) Shelton Quix. iii. vii. 182 "They shall remaine captiue, and intangled in the intricable amorous net. (1612)"
  553.   (1612.6) Woodall Surg. Mate Wks. (1653) 201 "Some cholerick matter remaineth behinde in right-gut yet unevacuated. (1612)"
  554.   (1612.7) Woodall Surg. Mate Wks. (1653) 270 "Divaporation is exhalation by fire of vapour, remaining in liquid substances, till all aquosity be consumed. (1612)"
  555.   (1613.1) Brerewood Lang. &. Relig. 196 "Although the wound be in some sort healed, yet the wem or scar still remaineth. (1613)"
  556.   (1613.2) Purchas Pilgrimage 814 "Scarce any mention of the houses remained. (1613)"
  557.   (1613.3) Purchas Pilgrimage vi. xi. (1614) 632 "Causing (as the Moors report) that the bullets should still remaine in the Pieces when they were discharged. (1613)"
  558.   (1613.4) Purchas Pilgrimage (1614) 400 "These reeds would fight together, and the victorie should remaine with him whose reede got the better. (1613)"
  559.   (1613.5) Purchas Pilgrimage (1614) 338 "Benjamen Tudelensis telleth that one..had taken..the remainder of the Arke, and therewith built an Ismaeliticall Meschit. (1613)"
  560.   (1613.6) Sherley Trav. Persia 32 "The eldest son of the King remained at the Court of his father, administring all that, which his fathers defect of light vnabled him to doe. (1613)"
  561.   (1613.7) Shaks. Hen. VIII, v. iii. 181 "As I haue made ye one Lords, one remaine: So I grow stronger, you more Honour gaine. (1613)"
  562.   (1613.8) Tapp Pathw. Knowl. 8 "And when you haue all added them, see what remaines besides the nynes, and drawing a short line [etc.]. (1613)"
  563.   (1614.1) Earl Stirling Domes-day v. (R.), "When humaniz'd our Saviour did remaine. (1614)"
  564.   (1614.2) Raleigh Hist. World ii. 312 "His Sepulchre remained in S. Hierome's time, and over it the Sunne engraven. (1614)"
  565.   (1614.3) Raleigh Hist. World §.5. 40 "Or if the soile and seate had not remained, then would not Moses, who wrote of Paradise about 850 years after the floud, haue described it so particularly. (1614)"
  566.   (1614.4) Selden Titles Hon. 286 "Thanes remained as a distinct name of dignitie, and vanisht not at the innouation of new honors. (1614)"
  567.   (1614.5) Sir W. Mure Dido &. &Ae.AElig;neas Wks. (S.T.S.) I. 78 "None sluethfull in the citty do remaine. (1614)"
  568.   (1614.6) Sir W. Mure Dido &. &Ae.AElig;neas iii. 446 "Seazing on her death&dubh.seal'd lipps to knowe If any sponk of breath as &ygh.it remain'd. (1614)"
  569.   (1614.7) Selden Titles Honor 93 "Whil'st the Chaliphat remained vndeuided. (1614)"
  570.   (1614.8) T. Bedwell Nat. Geom. Numbers ii. 22 "The Remaine or difference of 144, and 148, is 4. (1614)"
  571.   (1614-15.1) Boys Wks. (1622) 597 "Soules departed..doe not obambulate and wander vp and downe, but remaine in places of happinesse or vnhappinesse. (1614-"
  572.   (1615.1) Crooke Body of Man 698 "It remaineth that wee proceede vnto the dilucidation of some difficult questions concerning the Eares. (1615)"
  573.   (1615.2) Chapman Odyss. xxiii. 349 "The scar That still remaines a marke too ocular To leaue your heart yet blinded. (1615)"
  574.   (1615.3) Crooke Body of Man 376 "The heat of the right must..be in time extinguished, the heat of the left remaining inviolate. (1615)"
  575.   (1615.4) G. Sandys Trav. 119 "That three dayes battell..maintained by a poore remainder of the Mamalucks. (1615)"
  576.   (1615.5) G. Sandys Trav. 225 "But no tract therof [of the Labyrinth] remained in the days of Pliny. (1615)"
  577.   (1615.6) Goddard Neaste of Waspes F iij, "Why howe nowe Waspes, are you returnd agen? I knowe vnstung remaines a worlde of men And therefore once more out. (1615)"
  578.   (1615.7) G. Sandys Trav. Ded., "Those rich lands..remaine waste and ouergrowne with bushes, receptacles of wild beasts. (1615)"
  579.   (1615.8) G. Sandys Trav. iv. 274 "Passing by Ciceros Villa, euen at this day so called, where yet do remaine the ruines of his Academy. (1615)"
  580.   (1615.9) G. Sandys Relation III. 153 "On the twentieth of March with the rising Sunne we departed. A small remainder of that great Caruan; the Nostraines (so name they the Christians of the East) that rid vpon Mules and Asses being gone before. (1615)"
  581.   (1615.10) G. Sandys Trav. 227 "To be conueyed by him vnto the Lazaretta, there to remaine for thirtie or fortie dayes before I could be admitted into the Citie. (1615)"
  582.   (1615.11) G. Sandys Trav. 77 "Whose posterity in part remaineth to this day, though vassaled to the often changes of forraine Governours. (1615)"
  583.   (1615.12) J. Chamberlain in Crt. &. Times Jas. I (1848) I. 362 "The place of Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports hath..remained in the lord chamberlain's hands as *in deposito. (1615)"
  584.   (1615.13) Latham Falconry (1633) Words Art expl., "Pill, and pelfe of a fowle, is that refuse and broken remains which are left after the Hawke hath been relieued. (1615)"
  585.   (1615.14) Rowlands Melancholie Knt. 33 "Old bookes, wherein the worm-holes doe remaine. (1615)"
  586.   (1615.15) W. Lawson Country Housew. Gard. (1626) 16 "There is another way..to get not onely Plants for graffing, but Sets to remaine for Trees, which I call a Running Plant. (1615)"
  587.   (1615.16) W. Bedwell Moham. Impost. ii. 59 "Therefore there remaineth yet another great difficultie, videl. How this law should be vniuersall. (1615)"
  588.   (1615.17) tr. De Montfart's Surv. E. Indies 31 "Their Venus-shells consist of certaine kind of earth or clay which hath remaind a 100 yeares in one place. (1615)"
  589.   (1616.1) Brent tr. Sarpi's Hist. Counc. Trent (1676) 518 "The Pope, considering that the Conclavists of account remain at Rome. (1616)"
  590.   (1616.2) Brent tr. Sarpi's Counc. Trent (1676) 166 "The whole nature of man..remained crooked; not by the curvity of Adam, but by his own. (1616)"
  591.   (1616.3) J. Lane Contn. Sqr.'s T. vii. 68 "Of his litle virtue whiche remaines Hee to his inmost reason recomplaines. (1616)"
  592.   (1616.4) Surfl. &. Markh. Country Farme 568 "To the end that..in beating it with beetles, heckling and spinning of it, such filth may not remaine among the tow. (1616)"
  593.   (1617.1) Moryson Itin. i. 161, "I will..scoure up that little Toscane language, which..shall be remaining unto me. (1617)"
  594.   (1617.2) Moryson Itin. ii. 100 "Two things remained to settle the Kingdome. First the ridding Ireland of the Swordmen. (1617)"
  595.   (1617.3) Moryson Itin. ii. iii. i. 213 "The remainder can hardly beare such deminution, as all Armies are subiect vnto. (1617)"
  596.   (1617.4) Moryson Itin. ii. 202 "Don Iean and the remaine of the Spaniards at Kinsale, were all embarked ready to be gone. (1617)"
  597.   (1617.5) Moryson Itin. i. 37 "After they had fined me some cannes of wine, and..had made me free, it remained that he whom they had chosen to be my God-father,..should instruct me with some precepts. (1617)"
  598.   (1617.6) MS. Acc. St. John's Hosp., Canterb., "The remainor [of the money is] in the boxe. (1617)"
  599.   (1618.1) Hist. P. Warbeck in Select. Harl. Misc. (1793) 70 "Loth to remain amongst such distrustful enemies, he quietly returned to his most assured friend, the lady Margaret. (1618)"
  600.   (1618.2) in Capt. Smith Wks. (Arb.) 541 "There are so many sofisticating Tobaco-mungers in England, were it neuer so bad, they would sell it for Verinas, and the trash that remaineth should be Virginia. (1618)"
  601.   (1618.3) in Capt. Smith Wks. (Arb.) 541 "There are so many sofisticating Tobaco-mungers in England, were it neuer so bad, they would sell it for Verinas, and the trash that remaineth should be Virginia. (1618)"
  602.   (1618.4) in J. Charnock Hist. Mar. Archit. (1801) II. 237 "There will remaine in stock at Deptford 738 t. 14 c. 0 q. 9 lb. (1618)"
  603.   (1619.1) Sir J. Sempill Sacrilege Handl. 73 "So must it not remaine still e&lenis.n au&lenis.tw&frown., but returne e&lenis.pi xriston. All these prerogatiual Prepositions end euer in Christ. (1619)"
  604.   (1620.1) Melton Astrolog. 18 "If you should kill three hundred, you would still remain but a Quack-salving Physician. (1620)"
  605.   (1620.2) Robinson Mary Magd. 534 "Vaine woman!..shall thy heart vnsounded, still remaine vnsound?" (1620)"
  606.   (1620.3) Shelton Don Quixote ii. iv, "A great deal of Goods..of all which the young man remained a dissolute Lord. (1620)"
  607.   (1620.4) Shelton Don Quixote I. iii. i. 116 "He arose, remaining bended in the midst of the way, like unto a Turkish Bow, without being able to address himself. (1620)"
  608.   (1620.5) Venner Via Recta viii. 190 "They remaining crude and inconcocted in the body..doe at length settle and produce morbificall affects. (1620)"
  609.   (1620.6) Venner Via Recta viii. 179 "This order of supping being obserued, there will remaine a competent time..before they goe to bed,..for the meats..to concoct. (1620)"
  610.   (1620.7) tr. Boccaccio's Dream 33 "No imbarment remained but remembrance of the Marquesse. (1620)"
  611.   (1620-55.1) I. Jones Stone-Heng (1725) 40 "There could not possibly be a convenient *Head-height remaining a Passage underneath. (1620-"
  612.   (1620-55.2) I. Jones Stone-Heng, (1725) 42 "The Ruin yet remaining drawn in Prospective. (1620-"
  613.   (1621.1) Burton Anat. Mel. iii. ii. i. i. (1651) 436 "Lions and Harts, which..many times kill each other, or compell them to abandon the rut, that they may remain masters in their places. (1621)"
  614.   (1621.2) Lady M. Wroth Urania 174 "They went to eate that poore remaining that there was left them. (1621)"
  615.   (1621.3) Lady M. Wroth Urania 274 "Your dearest selfe remaines infigured in my chastest breast. (1621)"
  616.   (1621.4) Molle Camerar. Liv. Lib. iii. xx. 217 "The third made that which remained to hang a tone-side. (1621)"
  617.   (1621.5) Quarles Esther xviii, "That remainder of proud Haman's straine, Their hands haue rooted out. (1621)"
  618.   (1621.6) T. Granger Exp. Eccles. vii. 12. 175 "The swellings and diseases of the body, whose root remaineth still within, and pullulateth againe after the same, or some other manner. (1621)"
  619.   (1621.7) Execution at Prague in Harl. Misc. (Malh.) III. 411 "Remain in perpetual prison. (1621)"
  620.   (1621.8) First Bk. Discipl. 10 "Because..Articles thereanent remaine yet unresolved, and referred to further conference. (1621)"
  621.   (1622.1) Bacon Hen. VII, Mor. &. Hist. Wks. (Bohn, 1860) 311 "To remain with the queen dowager her mother. (1622)"
  622.   (1622.2) Donne Serm. i. 5 "He that comes alive out of that field [a duel] comes a dead man, because he comes a deadly sinner, and he that remains dead in the field is gone to an everlasting death. (1622)"
  623.   (1622.3) Fletcher Love's Cure iii. ii, "Be there but one spark Of fire remaining in him unextinct, With my discourse I'll blow it to a flame. (1622)"
  624.   (1622.4) H. Sydenham Serm. Sol. Occ. (1637) 178 "Rather..than sacrifice the remainder of a famin'd body to an honourable death. (1622)"
  625.   (1622.5) Mabbe tr. Aleman's Guzman d'Alf. i. 148 "It was my hap to meet with the shanke-bone [orig. Sp. can&tilde.illa] of a Heyfer..and presently..I had lapt vp my Shanker [orig. Sp. cancarron] in the Paste that remained. (1622)"
  626.   (1622.6) Malynes Anc. Law-Merch. 370 "Take all the remainders of the Accounts by Debitor and Creditor, which is the ballance of the Booke. (1622)"
  627.   (1622.7) Misselden Free Trade 73 "It now remaineth briefely to show the Too Loose Vse thereof, by Vngouerned Trade. (1622)"
  628.   (1622.8) Malynes Anc. Law-Merch. 274 "There remaineth a Paste..called the Almond Paste, which by a limbecke receiuing fire, causeth the Quickesiluer to subleme [sic]. (1622)"
  629.   (1622.9) R. Hawkins Voy. S. Sea xli. 99 "Arrowes..headed with a flint stone, which is loose, and hurting, the head remaineth in the wound. (1622)"
  630.   (1622.10) in Buccleuch MSS. (Hist. MSS. Comm.) I. 210 "He seeks not that the children should remain under the tutle of women. (1622)"
  631.   (1623.1) Bingham Xenophon 62 "There remained yet a little knop aboue them..where the enemies guards did sit. (1623)"
  632.   (1623.2) Gouge Serm. Extent God's Provid. §.15 "The Coroner and his Inquest comming to view the bodies, found remaining but 63. (1623)"
  633.   (1623.3) Gouge Serm. Extent God's Provid. §.15 "The Coroner and his Inquest comming to view the bodies, found remaining but 63. (1623)"
  634.   (1623.4) J. Johnson Arith. i. C 1, "The proofe of Addition is made by Subtraction; for if you subtract the numbers which you added from the totall of the Addition, there will remaine nothing, if the worke be truly done. (1623)"
  635.   (1623.5) Jobson Golden Trade 145 "The Lyon..remaines feeding..whilest his small seruant [sc. the Jackal] stands barking, and yalping by. (1623)"
  636.   (1623.6) W. L'Isle Sax. Treat. conc. Old &. New Test. f. e 3, "I meane ere long to let the world know what is more remaining; as more I have seene both in our Universitie Libraries, and that of Sir Robert Cotton. (1623)"
  637.   (1623.7) tr. Favine's Theat. Hon. iii. vi. 374 "That the Order may remaine pure and vndefamed, according as it ought to doe. (1623)"
  638.   (1624.1) Bp. M. Smith Serm. (1632) 34 "Fabricius..remained..vndauntable, and vnmoveable. (1624)"
  639.   (1624.2) Capt. Smith Virginia ii. 29 "The groutes and peeces of the cornes remaining, by fanning..away the branne, they boyle 3 or 4 houres with water. (1624)"
  640.   (1624.3) Capt. Smith Virginia (1629) 212 "Such like as they spare of the remainings. (1624)"
  641.   (1624.4) Darcie Birth of Heresies xxii. 104 "The body it self of the planetall Sunne remaines and continues in his sphericall Orbe. (1624)"
  642.   (1624.5) F. White Repl. Fisher 421 "In Transubstantiation the matter is destroyed, and the quantitie and accidents remaine, and in Transelementation the matter remaineth, and the essentiall and accidentall formes are altered. (1624)"
  643.   (1624.6) Gataker Transubst. 107 "Under them all and each particle of them undevidedly remaining. (1624)"
  644.   (1624.7) Gataker Transubst. 173 "The accidents of bread and wine remaine without actuall inhering and being in their naturall subject. (1624)"
  645.   (1624.8) Wotton Archit. i. ad fin., "I will conclude the first Part of my present Travel. The second remaineth concerning Ornaments. (1624)"
  646.   (1625.1) Bacon Ess., Truth (Arb.) 499 "And though the Sects of Philosophers of that Kinde be gone, yet there remaine certaine discoursing Wits. (1625)"
  647.   (1625.2) Bp. Mountagu App. C&ae.aeig;sar vi. 169 "The blot..of sin..remaining in the soule of man, in like manner as it did before condonation. (1625)"
  648.   (1625.3) Fletcher, etc. Fair Maid Inn iii. ii, "The lesse remainer Is dowry large enough. (1625)"
  649.   (1625.4) Jackson Creed v. xliv. §.1 "It is the remediless remainder of our first parents' pride. (1625)"
  650.   (1625.5) Markham Farew. Husb. (1625) 115 "Neither will the Corne corrupt or grow faughty, as long as the wormewood remaines amongst it. (1625)"
  651.   (1625.6) Massinger New Way i. i, "The remainder of a single can Left by a drunken porter, all night pall'd too. (1625)"
  652.   (1625.7) Massinger New Way i. i, "Wellborn. No bouse, nor no tobacco? Tapwell. Not a suck, sir, Nor the remainder of a single can. (1625)"
  653.   (1625.8) Purchas Pilgrims I. v. 650, "I caused all my Laskayres to remaine aboord the Vnicorne. (1625)"
  654.   (1625.9) Sir H. Finch Law (1636) 225 "There remaineth yet one generall and common affection scattered throughout the whole Law..which we call an Action. (1625)"
  655.   (1625.10) Sir H. Finch Law (1636) 135 "A Mill-stone, though it be lifted vp to be picked and beaten..remaineth parcell of the Mill. (1625)"
  656.   (1625.11) tr. Gonsalvio's Sp. Inquis. 145 "Clapped a Barnacle vpon his tongue, which remained there vntill the fire had consumed it. (1625)"
  657.   (1626.1) Bacon New Atl. 25 "They haue some few Stirps of Iewes, yet remaining amongst them, whom they leaue to their owne Religion. (1626)"
  658.   (1626.2) Bacon Sylva §.31 "Flame doth not mingle with Flame..but only remaineth contiguous; As it commeth to passe betwixt Consisting Bodies. (1626)"
  659.   (1626.3) in Rushw. Hist. Coll. (1659) I. 230, "I have been so frugal of making use of the old remain, that there is no need of ammunition, or other necessaries. (1626)"
  660.   (1627.1) Abp. Abbot in Rushw. Hist. Coll. (1659) I. 461 "Thus..to quicken my remembrance, I have laid down the Cause and the Proceedings of my sending into Kent, where I remain. (1627)"
  661.   (1627.2) Capt. Smith Seaman's Gram. ii. 13 "There remaines nothing..but onely seeling the Cabins. (1627)"
  662.   (1627.3) Earl of Manchester in Buccleuch MSS. (Hist. MSS. Comm.) I. 267 "Therefore the remain [of the loan] must needs be got up, which is not past 50,000 l. (1627)"
  663.   (1627.4) Earl Manch. in Buccleuch MSS. (Hist. MSS. Comm.) I. 267 "The loans have brought in 240,000l. at least; therefore the remain must needs be got up, which is not past 50,000l. (1627)"
  664.   (1627.5) Hakewill Apol. 35 "Onely this part of [Christendom]..remaines..vnlightned, in the darkenes of ignorance. (1627)"
  665.   (1627.6) Hakewill Apol. (1630) 113 "Notwithstanding their [the elements] continuall transmutation, or transelementation,..of one into another, yet by a mutuall retribution it still remaines the same. (1627)"
  666.   (1627.7) Hakewill Apol. iii. ix. (1630) 261 "That little life of it [Rhetoric] which remained being reserved only in the predicancie of Postillars. (1627)"
  667.   (1627.8) May Lucan vii. 846 "There gold rak'd in Spaine, There th' Easterne Nations treasuryes remaine. (1627)"
  668.   (1628.1) Coke On Litt. 326 b, "There be three kinde of Writs of Formedon, viz. The first in the Discender to be brought by the issue in taile, which claime by discent Per formam doni. The second is in the Reuerter, which lieth for him in the reuersion or his heires or Assignes after the state taile be spent. The third is [in] the Remainder, which the Law giueth to him in the remainder, his Heires or Assignes after the determination of the estate taile. (1628)"
  669.   (1628.2) Coke On Litt. 142 "A Rent seruice cannot be reserued out of any inheritance but such as is manurable, whereinto the Lord may enter and take a distresse, as in Lands and Tenements, Reuersions, Remainders, and as some haue said, out of the herbage of lands. (1628)"
  670.   (1628.3) Coke On Litt. 142 b, "If a man..will giue lands in taile, the remainder ouer in fee simple without deed [etc.]. (1628)"
  671.   (1628.4) Digby Voy. to Medit. 94 "Att the ebbe shee [the ship] remained all adry. (1628)"
  672.   (1628.5) Digby Voy. Medit. (1868) 19 "[They] gaue me leaue to carrie away all the English captiues that remained here (which were near 50), paying onely the money they cost vnto their patrones. (1628)"
  673.   (1628.6) E. Blount in Earle Microcosm. To Rdr. (Arb.) 18 "In the meanwhile, I remaine Thine. Ed. Blovnt. (1628)"
  674.   (1628.7) Feltham Resolves ii. lxxxix. 257 "The Act remaines adultery still:..nor can a Man vnact it againe. (1628)"
  675.   (1628.8) Le Grys tr. Barclay's Argenis 216 "Lest my Vncle..should the more effrontedly execute vpon mee the remainder [of his treachery]. (1628)"
  676.   (1628.9) Ld. Brooke (F. Grevil) Hum. Learn. cxviii, "And of these Arts it may be said againe, That since their Theoricke is infinite; Of infinite there can no Artes remaine... Their Theoricke then must not waine their vse. (1628)"
  677.   (1629.1) Rutherford Lett. (1862) I. 44 "Fulfil with joy the remnant of the grounds and remainders of the afflictions of Christ in your body. (1629)"
  678.   (1630.1) Capt. J. Smith Trav. &. Adv. ii. 57 "In this little Ile of Mevis,..I have remained..to wod and water and refresh my men. (1630)"
  679.   (1630.2) Drumm. of Hawth. Flowres of Sion D 2, "Amidst that Masse of Ruines they did make, Safe and all scarrelesse yet remaines my Minde. (1630)"
  680.   (1630.3) Drumm. of Hawth. Poems Wks. 34/1 "Her [Earth's] surface shakes..Towns them ingulf..Now nought remaineth but a Waste of Sand. (1630)"
  681.   (1630.4) Hales Gold. Rem. (1688) 364 "In the blood thus drop'd there remains a spirit of life congenius to that in the body. (1630)"
  682.   (1630.5) Levett Ordering of Bees (1634) 51 "Put the Combes and water together into a Canvas bagge,..and straine as much as you can.., casting away the rosse that remaineth in the bag. (1630)"
  683.   (1630.6) Pagitt Christianogr. i. ii. (1636) 38 " There was an old estimate made of Germany..that..there was not past one twelfth part of it remaining Catholicke. (1630)"
  684.   (1630.7) R. Johnson Kingd. &. Commw. 14 "The melancholike [humours]..remaine, and as dregges settle at the base of all their actions. (1630)"
  685.   (1630.8) Wadsworth Sp. Pilgr. vii. 71 "The remainder of the regiment..[was] giuen to Sir Iames Creeton, there being behind Captain Lucy..with diuerse other..Captaines. (1630)"
  686.   (1630.9) R. Johnson's Kingd. &. Commw. 188 "The same naturall of lightnesse and inconstancie still remaines in the French. (1630)"
  687.   (1631.1) Donne Paradoxes (1652) 86 "[A miser's treasure profits no one;] Yet it remains intire. (1631)"
  688.   (1631.2) Fuller Joseph's Coat, David's Sin xxxii, "So spots of sinne the writer's soule did staine, Whose soylie tincture did therein remaine. (1631)"
  689.   (1631.3) Heywood Eng. Elizab. (1641) 90 "Thus she remained a sorrowful and dejected prisoner, in the hands of spleenfull and potent adversaries. (1631)"
  690.   (1631.4) J. Burges Answ. Rejoined 88 "So as the same Law might ever remaine firme, and vn&dubh.broken, when occasions should varifie and change particularities. (1631)"
  691.   (1631.5) Weever Anc. Funeral Mon. To Rdr., "Such memorials..as were remaining yet vndefaced. (1631)"
  692.   (1631.6) Weever Anc. Fun. Mon. 573 "Dead bodies of the Nobilitie whose funerall trophies are wasted with deuouring time and..seates or Pewes for the Townesmen, made ouer their honorable remaines. (1631)"
  693.   (1631.7) Weever Anc. Funeral Mon. 597, "I saw the remaines of a Monasterie, pleasantly watered about with seuerall streames. (1631)"
  694.   (1632.1) Hayward tr. Biondi's Eromena 89 "Yet remain'd shee..confusedly disquieted. (1632)"
  695.   (1632.2) J. Hayward tr. Biondi's Eromena 151 "[This] gave occasion to such as remained to yeeld themselves to the enemies discretion. (1632)"
  696.   (1632.3) J. Hayward tr. Biondi's Eromena To Rdr., "By..earnest solicitations to re-importune him to close up what in these two remained unfinished. (1632)"
  697.   (1632.4) Lithgow Trav. ix. 394 "This Kingdome after it was rent from the Romanes, remained in subiection vnder the French. (1632)"
  698.   (1632.5) Lithgow Trav. i. 16 "The remainants of that auncient Amphitheatre. (1632)"
  699.   (1632.6) Quarles Div. Fancies iii. lxxviii. (1660) 132 "If then, at most, the measur'd life of Man Be counted but a span, Being half'd, and quarter'd, and disquarter'd thus, What, what remains for us?" (1632)"
  700.   (1632.7) Sir S. D'Ewes Autobiog. (1845) II. 71, "I spent the remainder of this month in overviewing and sorting them [coins]. (1632)"
  701.   (1632.8) Vicars Virgil xi. 335 "Brave sirs, our main work done,..A rush for what remains. (1632)"
  702.   (1632.9) in 10th Rep. Hist. MSS. Comm. App. v. 478 "The greate plentie of corne that remaines uppon their handes, and which they cannot utter at any saveing price. (1632)"
  703.   (1633.1) Johnson Gerarde's Herbal iii. xl. 1353 "Of this sort [of pitch-tree] there is found another that..remaineth dwarfish, and it carries certaine little nugaments or catkins of the bignesse of a small nut. (1633)"
  704.   (1633.2) T. Nashe Quaternio (1636) 224 "Both he and shee are branded with infamie, and the stigmaticall characters remaine as yet vndefaced in them. (1633)"
  705.   (1633.3) T. Stafford Pac. Hib. ii. iii. (1810) 239 "And left the Wood with the Lapwings policie; that they being busied in pursuite of them, the other might remaine secure within that Fastnesse. (1633)"
  706.   (1633.4) T. Adams Exp. 2 Peter ii. 22. 1089 "The medicining of the one, and cleansing of the other, did not take away their nature; still the one remained a Dogge, the other a Hogge. (1633)"
  707.   (1634.1) Coke Inst. iv. lxxiii. Courts Forest (1648) 304 "Seeing the wilde Beasts doe belong to the purlieu man ratione soli, so long as they remain in his grounds, he may kill them, for the property ratione soli is in him. (1634)"
  708.   (1634.2) Habington Castara ii. Wife, "Shee is so true a friend, her Husband may to her communicate even his ambitions, and if successe Crowne not expectation, remaine neverthelesse uncontemned. (1634)"
  709.   (1634.3) Jackson Creed vii. xxxii. §.4 "Some authority in all this tumble did still remain in the tribe of Judah. (1634)"
  710.   (1634.4) Strafford in Strafford Papers (1739) I. 340, "I remain Your Lordship's most humbly to be commanded, Wentworth. (1634)"
  711.   (1634.5) T. Johnson Parey's Chirurg. xv. xii. 572 "This half crude humor remaining there, raiseth much flatuling. (1634)"
  712.   (1634.6) T. Johnson Parey's Chirurg. xxvi. vii. (1678) 633 "If to the same frigidity remaining in Fruits, a certain humidity accrew. (1634)"
  713.   (1634.7) T. Johnson tr. Parey's Chirurg. xxix. (1678) 711 "Every part which hath not his motion remaineth languid and atrophiated. (1634)"
  714.   (1634.8) T. Johnson tr. Parey's Chirurg. 338 "Seate, when the marke of the weapon remaines imprinted in the wound, that the wound is of no more length, nor bredth than the weapon fell upon. (1634)"
  715.   (1634.9) W. Tirwhyt tr. Balzac's Lett. (vol. I) 133, "I should remaine disconsolate amidst the publique Iubilations. (1634)"
  716.   (1635.1) Cromwell Let. 11 Jan., in Carlyle (1873) I. 77 "It only remains now that He who first moved you to this, put you forward in the continuance thereof. (1635)"
  717.   (1635.2) Corbet Poems (1648) 8 "Those Rings and Roundelays Of theirs, which yet remain, Were footed..on many a grassy plain. (1635)"
  718.   (1635.3) J. Hayward tr. Biondi's Banish'd Virg. 29 "Strucken dumbe remain'd Feredo with this..dishonest proposition. (1635)"
  719.   (1635.4) Jackson Creed viii. vi. §.3 "The diversity of these two natures might still remaine unconfused without diversity of persons. (1635)"
  720.   (1635.5) Pagitt Christianogr. 222 "Some others who gape to swallow up and make a prey of that little which remaineth. (1635)"
  721.   (1635.6) Pagitt Christianogr. i. ii. (1636) 85 "In Hispaniola there were not 300 Natives left, and a very small remaine in the other Ilands. (1635)"
  722.   (1635.7) Pagitt Christianogr. i. ii. (1636) 71 "A few Christians remaining, called Bedwins. (1635)"
  723.   (1635.8) Swan Spec. M. iii. §.2 (1643) 48 "Both of them [sc. the heavens] remained as it were unpolished or unfinished untill the fourth day. (1635)"
  724.   (1635.9) Strafford Lett. (1739) I. 412 "To shew you how chearfully and settledly I remain Your Lordship's..most humble Servant, Wentworth. (1635)"
  725.   (1636.1) Brathwait Lives Rom. Emperors 280 "Hee remained coinheritor with his brother Carolus of the Crowne of France. (1636)"
  726.   (1636.2) E. Dacres tr. Machiavel's Disc. Livy II. 639 "Fulvius remaining Lieftenant in the army..for that the Consull was gon to Rome. (1636)"
  727.   (1636.3) Featly Clavis Myst. xix. 188 "Where divers candles..in a room concur to enlighten the place, the light of them remaineth impermixt. (1636)"
  728.   (1636.4) Mellis Recorde's Gr. Arts 63 "Therefore in the place of the rest or remaine, right vnder the denomination, I set down 0. (1636)"
  729.   (1636.5) Sanderson Serm. II. 49 "The greatest blame must remain upon the untowardness of the will, resolvedly bent upon the evil. (1636)"
  730.   (1637.1) B. Jonson Underwoods, Execration Vulcan 196 "Paul's steeple.., though a divine Loss, remains yet as unrepair'd as mine. (1637)"
  731.   (1637.2) Gillespie Eng. Pop. Cerem. iii. viii. 192 "Which power of Iurisdiction..remaineth..both in the Bishop, and in the Presbytery, in him personally, in it collegially. (1637)"
  732.   (1637.3) Heywood Dial. 311 "My espousals remaine in my Fathers power, and not mine. (1637)"
  733.   (1637.4) Heywood Dial. iv. 62 "The phane Where the two brothers deify'd remain. (1637)"
  734.   (1637.5) Heywood Royal Ship 3 "In the very Apex and top thereof [Mt Ararat], there is still to be discerned a blacke Shadow, resembling a Darke Cloud..by the Natives..held, to be the still remaining carkasse of the Arke of Noah. (1637)"
  735.   (1637.6) Bk. Com. Prayer, Church Scot., "Communion Rubric, He that celebrates shall..cover with a fair linen cloth, or corporal, that which remaineth of the consecrated elements. (1637)"
  736.   (1637.7) Crompton's Jurisd. 179 "No tawer or whitener of skins shall remain in the forests. (1637)"
  737.   (1637.8) in Cramond Ann. Banff (1891) I. 79 "Ane daylie remainer fra the Kirk in tyme of dyvyne worschip. (1637)"
  738.   (1637-50.1) Row Hist. Kirk (Wodrow Soc.) 54 "A principal act wes concluded, and also remains undestroyed in the Books..of this Kirk. (1637-"
  739.   (1638.1) A. Read Chirurg. i. 8 "If the braine be remarkably wounded, the party remaineth foolish. (1638)"
  740.   (1638.2) Chillingw. Relig. Prot. i. ii. §.12. 58 "That those [things] which are obscure should remain obscure, untill he please to declare them. (1638)"
  741.   (1638.3) Dk. Hamilton in H. Papers (Camden) 11 "If you uill not be content to admitt the Couenant to remaine, call a generall assemblie uher ye may expeckt the Bishopes to be limited. (1638)"
  742.   (1638.4) H. Peacham Valley of Varietie 131 "There remains fine hairie threds, like unto Flax, which are woven into cloth. (1638)"
  743.   (1638.5) Junius Paint. Ancients 267 "The same admiration remaineth from what side soever you doe looke upon her. (1638)"
  744.   (1638.6) Junius Paint. Ancients 123 "Their worke remaineth in the finest place under the Sunne. (1638)"
  745.   (1638.7) L. Roberts Map Commerce ccciii. 39 "That parcell..remaineth entirely upon the Risgoe, perill and fortune of the party that did accept the same. (1638)"
  746.   (1638.8) Rawley tr. Bacon's Life &. Death (1650) 64 "Aire begets new Aire out of watry moisture, yet notwithstanding the old Aire still remains; whence commeth that Super-Oneration of the Aire. (1638)"
  747.   (1638.9) Sir R. Cotton Abstr. Rec. Tower 26 "If wee marke but of the great quantities from the penny downward since H. 8. time stamped, how few remain. Whereas of all the Coynes from three pence upwards which are manuable (or manuall) plenty passe still in daily payment. (1638)"
  748.   (1639.1) Chapman &. Shirley Ball iv. H iij, "Luc. There remaines to take away one scruple. Co. Another gimcracke. Luc. I have none, tis your doubt sir. (1639)"
  749.   (1639.2) R. Baillie Lett. 28 Sept., "Many of them died; and..the most part of all who remained traicked pitifullie. (1639)"
  750.   (1639.3) R. Baillie Lett. &. Jrnls. (1841) I. 220 "Some jealousies did yet remaine, as driffling after a great shower. (1639)"
  751.   (1639.4) S. Du Verger tr. Camus' Admir. Events 311 "Mute-strucken with this lustre..he remained quite astonished. (1639)"
  752.   (1639.5) S. Du Verger tr. Camus' Admir. Events 308 "The middlemost called Callinice, which was likeliest to be put off, remained in the world to expect when her beauty..would purchase her a husband. (1639)"
  753.   (1639.6) T. de Grey Compl. Horsem. 111 "That no gravell be remaining betwixt the web of the shoo and the sole. (1639)"
  754.   (1639.7) T. Brugis tr. Camus' Mor. Relat. 320 "The very features of the faces..remained so ingraven in his imagination. (1639)"
  755.   (1639.8) T. Carew Truce in Love entreated i, "For see my heart Is made thy Quiver, where remaines No voyd place for another Dart. (1639)"
  756.   (1639.9) Wotton in Reliq. (1651) 340 "Julia a little before dying,..together with an infant she bare,..and she gone without any slip remaining [etc.]. (1639)"
  757.   (1639.10) Wotton in Reliq. (1672) 370 "To see whether..I could pick out any counsel to allay that Sputative Symptome which yet remaineth upon me from my obstruction of the spleen. (1639)"
  758.   (1640.1) Bp. Reynolds Passions xxi. 220 "In the Sea when a storme is over, there remaines still an inward working and volutation. (1640)"
  759.   (1640.2) Baker Chron. (1653) 38 "Footsteps remaining of the Norman language in the English tongue. (1640)"
  760.   (1640.3) H. Bell Luther's Colloq. Mens. (1652) 318 "It shall bee free for Priests to marrie, or to forbear: Howsoever many Priests are, and will remain whorers. (1640)"
  761.   (1640.4) J. Smyth Lives Berkeleys (1883) I. 303 "What waynes, carts, sullows, harrows..remained. (1640)"
  762.   (1640.5) R. Baillie Canterb. Self-convict. Pref. 10 "Would not..all of you who shall remaine in life, bee most earnest recallers..of your owne Countrie men. (1640)"
  763.   (1640.6) W. Prynne Petit. in Rushw. Hist. Coll. iii. I. 76 "The small Remainder of his Ears, left after his first Execution. (1640)"
  764.   (1640.7) 3rd Rep. Hist. MSS. Comm. 81/2 "To remain in France upon your own purse. (1640)"
  765.   (1641.1) Bp. Mountagu Acts &. Mon. (1642) 346 "And, as a remaine of ancient custome, this continued among Pagans. (1641)"
  766.   (1641.2) Bp. Mountagu Acts &. Mon. (1642) 526 "Untill shee be wayned, which must be at three yeers end, shee shall remaine with you in her fathers house. (1641)"
  767.   (1641.3) Earl Monm. tr. Biondi's Civil Wars ii. 95 "If some few [houses] remained un-pulled down. (1641)"
  768.   (1641.4) French Distill. iii. (1651) 73 "There will remain..the true Oil or Essence of Antimony. (1641)"
  769.   (1641.5) Finett For. Ambass. (1656) 27 "My Lord Walden leaving him at the Court gate and remaining that night (not perhaps without a Solecisme in ceremonie) at Theobalds. (1641)"
  770.   (1641.6) French Distill. vi. (1651) 193 "There will remaine..a grasse-green Liquor. (1641)"
  771.   (1641.7) J. Jackson True Evang. T. i. 41 "Who was the chiefe..remaines in some difference. (1641)"
  772.   (1641.8) J. Jackson True Evang. T. i. 73 "There is too much of the greedinesse of the Wolfe still remaining. (1641)"
  773.   (1641.9) J. Jackson True Evang. T. i. 69 "These antipathies..do still remaine..as fresh, as if Adam had but falne yesterday. (1641)"
  774.   (1641.10) Milton Animadv. Wks. 1851 III. 211 "If you have any remainders of modesty or truth cry God mercy. (1641)"
  775.   (1641.11) Milton Ch. Discip. i. (1851) 29 "There be..some places in those Books that remain clouded. (1641)"
  776.   (1641.12) Milton Animadv. iv. Wks. 1851 III. 219 "In this age..God hath renewed our protestation against all those yet remaining dregs of superstition. Let us all goe, every true protested Brittaine throughout the 3 Kingdoms, and render thanks to God the Father of light. (1641)"
  777.   (1641.13) Milton Reform. ii. Wks. 1851 III. 71 "Where under..the trample and spurne of all the other Damned..they shall remaine in that plight for ever. (1641)"
  778.   (1641.14) Sc. Acts Chas. I (1870) V. 415 §. 107 "Provyding allwayes that..the bandis or contractes heirby ordeened to perteene to þe neerest of kine..shall not fall wnder þe compas of escheat nor &ygh.it any pairt therof perteene to þe relict jure relict&ae.aeig; Bot shall remaine in þe owne nature quoad fiscum et relictam as they wer befor þe making of this acte. (1641)"
  779.   (1641.15) Termes de la Ley 199 "Mansion (Mansio) is in our law most commonly taken for the chief messuage..of the Lord of a Mannor, the Mannor house where he doth most remain. (1641)"
  780.   (1641.16) Termes de la Ley 8 b, "The reteiner of those two Chaplaines remaineth, and they without new reteiner may take two Benefices. (1641)"
  781.   (1642.1) Chas. I Answ. Declar. both Ho. 1 July 36 "That which now remains being but a Transcript of a Transcript. (1642)"
  782.   (1642.2) Fuller Holy &. Prof. St. iii. vii. 168 "Beauty remains behind as the last to be regarded. (1642)"
  783.   (1642.3) Milton Apol. Smect. (1851) 318 "His last Section which is no deepe one, remains only to be foarded. (1642)"
  784.   (1642.4) Milton Apol. Smect. Wks. 1738 I. 130 "Those who..blamefully permitted the old leven to remain. (1642)"
  785.   (1642.5) Rogers Naaman 71 "Abandoning the refuse and taile that remained. (1642)"
  786.   (1642.6) Declar. Lords &. Comm. 22 Dec. 6 "To some common Goale, there to remaine without Bayle or Mainprize. (1642)"
  787.   (1642.7) Perkin's Prof. Bk. viii. §.495. 217 "Upon which particular estate the remainder is expectant. (1642)"
  788.   (1642.8) tr. Perkins' Prof. Bk. ii. §.136. 60 "But if this part [of the seal] which remaines to the deed hath not any print, then the deed is insufficient. (1642)"
  789.   (1642.9) tr. Perkins' Prof. Bk. ix. §.584. 254 "If the estate in remainder or in reversion be such an estate wherein the particular estate may be drowned. (1642)"
  790.   (1643.1) Baker Chron. (1653) 99 "King Richard being dead, the right of Succession remained in Arthur, Son of Geoffry Plantagenet. (1643)"
  791.   (1643.2) Ld. Herbert Autobiog. (1824) 126 "All I could well do to those two which remained, was to ward their thrusts. (1643)"
  792.   (1643.3) Milton Divorce iv. Wks. 1851 IV. 29 "Whereof who misses by chancing on a mute and spiritlesse mate, remaines more alone then before. (1643)"
  793.   (1643.4) Prynne Sov. Power Parlt. iv. 27 "And if they bring an Habeas Corpus..they shall notwithstanding be remanded and remain prisoners all their dayes. (1643)"
  794.   (1643.5) Sir T. Browne Relig. Med. ii. §.10 "There are in the most depraved and venemous dispositions, certaine pieces that remaine untoucht. (1643)"
  795.   (1644.1) Digby Nat. Bodies xvi. (1645) 177 "Wax remaineth figurable, whether it be melted or congealed. (1644)"
  796.   (1644.2) Digby Nat. Bodies xxxviii. 335 "The longing markes which are often times seene in children, and do remaine with them all their life. (1644)"
  797.   (1644.3) Digby Nat. Bodies ii. §.8. 14 "There remaineth no more to be said of this subiect, but to enumerate the seuerall specieses of Quantity. (1644)"
  798.   (1644.4) Milton Divorce i. (ed. 2) 4 "Many points..likely to remain intricate and hopelesse upon the suppositions commonly stuck to. (1644)"
  799.   (1644.5) Milton Educ., "Those extolled remains of Grecian lawgivers. (1644)"
  800.   (1644.6) Nye Gunnery ii. (1647) 23 "From which stick cut off its just length, the remainer you may use upon the base ring. (1644)"
  801.   (1644.7) [H. Parker] Jus Populi 18 "Such causes as remain more vertuous then their effects, as the water heated is lesse hot then the fire. (1644)"
  802.   (1644.8) [H. Parker] Jus Pop. 57 "They lurke between scripture and reason, and remain in a kind of transcient posture. (1644)"
  803.   (1645.1) Evelyn Diary 23 Jan., "The 3 remaining fountaines which give denomination to this Church. (1645)"
  804.   (1645.2) Howell Lett. (1650) I. 457 "There be divers old Gaulick words yet remaining in the French, which are pure British. (1645)"
  805.   (1645.3) Howell Lett. i. v. ii, "A Field that remains fallow for a time..yields a better Crop, being recultivated. (1645)"
  806.   (1645.4) Howell Lett. (1650) II. x. 18 "Their youth shall last alwaies with their lust, and love shall be satiated with onely one, where it shall remain inalienable. (1645)"
  807.   (1645.5) Howell Lett. (1650) II. 49 "Bishop Andrews and Sir Henry Martin..declar'd positively that he was not to fall from his dignity or function, but should still remain a regular. (1645)"
  808.   (1645.6) Rutherford Tryal &. Tri. Faith 203 "There is writ remaining after sin is acted... Writ written with a pen of iron, and diamond. (1645)"
  809.   (1645.7) Saltmarsh Open. Prynne's New Bk. 3 "We experience in part some remainders of Prelacy. (1645)"
  810.   (1645.8) Virginia Stat. (1823) I. 308 "To allow for the mintage 12d. per pound soe there will remaine &pstlg.9500 sterl. The mintage allowed and deducted. (1645)"
  811.   (1645.9) in Rushw. Hist. Coll. I. 52 "Two captains of the Club-men (as they were called) being a great number of the inhabitants of several parts of Wiltshire, and some counties adjacent, who gathered themselves together, alledging they did but stand on their own defence, to prevent Plundering; and that they would in that posture remain Neuters until the King and his Parliament should agree. (1645)"
  812.   (1645-6.1) Sir W. Brereton Let. to Lenthall 336 "Many of the citizens [of Chester] remain still so enthralled and enawed as that they dare not oppose nor resist. (1645-"
  813.   (1646.1) Bp. Maxwell Burd. Issach. in Phenix (1708) II. 313 "We might..add the Remainder of the Waldenses and Albigenses in Piedmont, and the Parts adjoining; or of the Taborites in Bohemia. (1646)"
  814.   (1646.2) J. Hall Poems 58 "Thou..shalt more long remaine Still mummifi'd within the hearts of men. (1646)"
  815.   (1646.3) J. Hall Hor&ae.aeig; Vac. 100 "Comets, which blaze as long as their piceous substance remaines, and then vanish. (1646)"
  816.   (1646.4) J. Hall Poems 1 "How better were it for you to remain (Poore Quires) in ancient raggs. (1646)"
  817.   (1646.5) P. Bulkeley Gospel Covt. v. 370 "Though..man failed in his duty, yet the covenant on God's part remaines inviolate. (1646)"
  818.   (1646.6) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. iii. xxi. 160 "Ayre but momentally remaining in our bodies, it hath no proportionable space for its conversion. (1646)"
  819.   (1646.7) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. ii. v. 91 "All Corall is not hard, and in many concreted plants some parts remaine unpetrified. (1646)"
  820.   (1646.8) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. i. v. 18 "It were some extenuation of the curse, if..there still remained a Paradise or unthorny place of knowledge. (1646)"
  821.   (1646.9) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. 25 "In every triangle, two sides which soever be taken are greater then the side remaining. (1646)"
  822.   (1646.10) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. 123 "The first [reason] is that of Aristotle, drawne from..the small time of its remainder in the wombe. (1646)"
  823.   (1646.11) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. iii. xxi. 157 "That he remained ignorant of this account it is not easily conceivable. (1646)"
  824.   (1646.12) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. iii. x. 128 "Wheresoever they rested remaining inconverted, and possessing one point of the Compasse, whilst the wind perhaps hath passed the two and thirty. (1646)"
  825.   (1646.13) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. 149 "After the first cast, there remaine successive conceptions. (1646)"
  826.   (1646.14) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. iv. xiii. 225 "[The dog-star] should rather manifest its warming power in the winter, when it remaines conjoyned with the Sun in its Hybernall conversion. (1646)"
  827.   (1646.15) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. ii. v. 87 "There remaines a grosse and terreous portion at the bottome. (1646)"
  828.   (1646.16) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. 194 "To invent or assign a cause, when we remain unsatisfied or unassured of the effect. (1646)"
  829.   (1646.17) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. 87 "There will remaine a quantity of water not receiveable. (1646)"
  830.   (1646.18) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. i. ii. 6 "Whereof had he remained assured, he had continued silent, nor would his discretion attempt so unsucceedable a temptation. (1646)"
  831.   (1646.19) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. vii. xiii. 365 "Lastly, the thing it selfe whereon the opinion dependeth..is not incontrovertible; and for my own part, I remaine unsatisfied therein. (1646)"
  832.   (1646.20) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. ii. v. 91 "In many concreted plants some parts remaine unpetrified. (1646)"
  833.   (1647.1) A. Wheelocke in Lett. Abp. Ussher (1686) 546 "The Lambeth Books..as yet..remain in Fats, or great Chests. (1647)"
  834.   (1647.2) Boyle in Birch Life (1744) 27 "The true cause..remained long unconjectured, until the effects betrayed it. (1647)"
  835.   (1647.3) C. Walker Myst. Two Junto's 6 "The remaining part of the House are but..Suffragans to ratify what is forejudged. (1647)"
  836.   (1647.4) Clarendon Hist. Reb. iii. (1843) 74/1 "The whole mass of their designs, as well what remained in Chaos as what was Formed. (1647)"
  837.   (1647.5) Cowley Mistress, Coldness iii, "Though Heat dissolve the Ice again, The Chrystal solid does remain. (1647)"
  838.   (1647.6) Digges Unlawf. Taking Arms xiv. 116 "He..made all..feudaries to him, so that he remained..Lord Paramount, or overlord in the whole Land. (1647)"
  839.   (1647.7) Fuller Good Th. in Worse T. 164 "Mixt-Prayers..Wherein the Standers,..remaine alwayes unaltered. Whilst the moveable petitions..are added..as Gods Spirit adviseth. (1647)"
  840.   (1647.8) J. Cotton Sing. Ps. iii. 11 "There is now remaining to us another Sabbatisme, or day of rest, now in the dayes of the Gospel, different from the seventh day of rest. (1647)"
  841.   (1647.9) Sprigge Anglia Rediv. i. ii. (1854) 12 "The lieutenant-general..pursued the enemy, lodged most of the remains of the rout in Blechingdon house. (1647)"
  842.   (1647.10) Maids' Petition 3 "Till then, wee'le remaine your *Vassalized Virgins. (1647)"
  843.   (1647-8.1) Cotterell Davila's Hist. Fr. (1678) 9 "Those few small governments which yet remained in their family. (1647-"
  844.   (1648.1) (Sept. 20) Cromwell in Carlyle Lett. &. Sp. (1871) II. 55 "In pursuance of the remaining part of the enemy. (1648)"
  845.   (1648.2) Heylin Relat. &. Observ. i. 33 "The same Ship..having been so often repaired, and thereby suffered so many substractions and additions, that hardly any part of the old Vessell remained. (1648)"
  846.   (1648.3) H. G. tr. Balzac's Prince 176 "There remaines nothing..cognoscible in Germany, but the Sea and the Mountaines. (1648)"
  847.   (1648.4) Ld. Fairfax, etc. Remonstr. 34 "These Declarations..will remaine..perpetuall witnesses against the validity there-of, or any obligingnesse to them. (1648)"
  848.   (1648.5) Ld. Herbert Hen. VIII (1683) 526 "Both Princes remained unsatisfied of the others actions. (1648)"
  849.   (1648.6) Ld. Herbert Life (1826) 327 "There remains now but you and I to brother it. (1648)"
  850.   (1648.7) Prynne Plea for the Lords 63 "His sentence..remaines..unreversed. (1648)"
  851.   (1648.8) Wilkins Math. Magic i. vii. 47 "As one of these under Pulleys doth abate halfe of that heavinesse which the weight hath in it self, and cause the power to be in a sub-duple proportion unto it, so two of them doe abate halfe of that which remains, and cause a subquadruple proportion betwixt the weight and the power; three of them a subsextuple, four a sub&dubh.octuple. (1648)"
  852.   (1648.9) W. Mountague Devout Ess. vi. §.2. 57 "While the matter of worldly goods remaineth fluent and transitory. (1648)"
  853.   (1648.10) W. Mountague Devout Ess. i. vi. §.1. 53 "The power of remaining in a calme apathy and impassivenesse in all offencive emergencies. (1648)"
  854.   (1648-9.1) Eikon Bas. xi. 82 "There remain's in far the Major part of both Houses..so much Learning, Reason, Religion, and just Moderation, as to know how to sever between the use and abuse of things. (1648-"
  855.   (1649.1) Drumm. of Hawth. Poems Wks. (1711) 1/2 "My wasted heart, Made quick by death, more lively still remains. (1649)"
  856.   (1649.2) Drumm. of Hawth. Hist. Jas. I, Wks. (1711) 6 "Many were executed, the remains in peaceful manner sent home, the king having graciously exhorted them to a life according to the law of God and man. (1649)"
  857.   (1649.3) Drumm. of Hawth. Poems 185 "Doth in Decadens fall and slack remaine. (1649)"
  858.   (1649.4) Howell Pre-em. Parlt. 6 "Though the Soverainty remaine still entire, and untransferable in the person of the Prince. (1649)"
  859.   (1649.5) Jer. Taylor Gt. Exemp. iii. ad Sect. xiv. (1667) 428 "Either they that remain are sealed up to a worse calamity, or left within the reserves and mercies of Repentance. (1649)"
  860.   (1649.6) Milton Tenure Kings 13 "Which Edict of his remaines yet unrepeald in the Code of Justinian. (1649)"
  861.   (1649.7) Milton Eikon. xvii. 155 "So long as they remain'd in any of his three Kingdoms unrooted out. (1649)"
  862.   (1649.8) Selden Laws Eng. i. lxvii. 176 (1739) "The Guardian in Socage remaineth accomptant to the Heir, for all profits both of Land and Marriage. (1649)"
  863.   (1649.9) Lanc. Tracts (Chetham Soc.) 233 "Their examinations remaining still upon fyle in Manchester. (1649)"
  864.   (1649.10) Test. conc. F. Boehme ii. 7 "The two..witnesses..have remained in their Graves undisquieted by the Babylonians. (1649)"
  865.   (1650.1) Bulwer Anthropomet. 156 "They remain like peel'd Ewes, until their Faces have recovered a new Epidermis. (1650)"
  866.   (1650.2) Earl Monm. tr. Senault's Man bec. Guilty 368 "Whilst any mountains were yet uncovered with water, the remainders of man-kind were fixed there. (1650)"
  867.   (1650.3) Fuller Pisgah i. ix. 31 "He suffered a small racemation to remain, still preserving..the solemn Jury of the twelve Tribes. (1650)"
  868.   (1650.4) Fuller Pisgah iv. ii. 21 "The remains of that nation, which escaped that dismall overthrow, shrowded themselves under the names of some neighbouring people. (1650)"
  869.   (1650.5) Fuller Pisgah i. ii. viii. 174 "The body of his men remaining was still too big, and must pass another decoction. (1650)"
  870.   (1650.6) Gentilis Considerations 6 "The renoune which remained of Alcibiades, the membrance of his Country, Parents, Nurse and Tutors. (1650)"
  871.   (1650.7) R. Gentilis Consid. Alcibiades 33 "He contents not himselfe to come out of trouble at even hand, by onely remaining comforted. (1650)"
  872.   (1650.8) Sir T. Browne Pseud. Ep. ii. i. (1658) 60 "The softer veins of Chrystal remain indissolvable in scorching territories. (1650)"
  873.   (1650.9) Bounds Publ. Obed. (ed. 2) 47 "The remaining Members make no House. (1650)"
  874.   (1651.1) Biggs New Disp. &page.126 "Aloes by ablution looseth the juice, and there remaineth a meer rozen. (1651)"
  875.   (1651.2) Biggs New Disp. 73 "The aforesaid Colluvies of the remaining humours. (1651)"
  876.   (1651.3) Cromwell in H. Cary Mem. Gt. Civil War (1832) II. 380, "I believe the number of these sent will be about a hundred; the remain also being forty or fifty. (1651)"
  877.   (1651.4) Culpepper Astrol. Judgem. Dis. (1658) 176 "When the matter..remains still within the lungs..there's but little security of life: and I am confident never a one of the Colledge keeps an insurance office for such a businesse, nor will ensure thereupon at 50 per cent. (1651)"
  878.   (1651.5) Hobbes Leviath. ii. xxvii. 156 "Dreams be naturally but the fancies remaining in sleep. (1651)"
  879.   (1651.6) Hobbes Leviath. ii. xviii. 91 "To every man remaineth..the right of protecting himselfe. (1651)"
  880.   (1651.7) Hobbes Leviath. ii. xxvi. 140 "The reasons and resolutions are, and must remain discordant. (1651)"
  881.   (1651.8) Hobbes Leviath. i. xiv. 67 "My right is not transferred, but remaineth till I transferre it by some other Act. (1651)"
  882.   (1651.9) J. Goodwin Redempt. Redeemed iv. §.31. 64 "Though all the individuals of a species be corruptible..yet the species it self remaines incorruptible. (1651)"
  883.   (1651.10) N. Bacon Disc. Govt. Eng. ii. xxxvii. 283 "Edward the sixth came in like a storm that tore up Episcopacy by the Roots, yet a Top-Root remained intire with the stock. (1651)"
  884.   (1651.11) Sir J. Davies Abridg. Reports i. 7 "Had A been disseised, there the right remaines and the possession may revest. (1651)"
  885.   (1651.12) Wittie Primrose's Pop. Err. i. viii. 30 "Wood annointed with Alome remaines unconquered of the fire. (1651)"
  886.   (1651.13) Raleigh's Ghost 323 "No evil shall remain unrevenged, nor good irremunerated and unrewarded. (1651)"
  887.   (1651-3.1) Jer. Taylor Serm. for Year i. v. 63 "[They] remain stupid and inapprehensive. (1651-"
  888.   (1652.1) (title), "Herbert's Remains, or, sundry Pieces of that sweet Singer of the Temple. (1652)"
  889.   (1652.2) (title) "Herberts Remains, or sundry pieces of..Mr. George Herbert, now exposed to publick light. (1652)"
  890.   (1652.3) Brome Joviall Crew i. 358 "The ballance of the several Accompts, Which shews you what remains in Cash. (1652)"
  891.   (1652.4) C. Stapylton Herodian 74 "Of such before as writ his Acts or Elogie, Some Records doe unto this day remain. (1652)"
  892.   (1652.5) French Yorksh. Spa vii. 67 "The two first spoonfuls, which were distilled, and the rest undistilled that remained. (1652)"
  893.   (1652.6) French Yorksh. Spa ii. 13 "In which as in a vital abode, and natural place, the water, whilest it remains, is living. (1652)"
  894.   (1652.7) French Yorksh. Spa ii. 13 "Which sand hath in it a vitality, and in which..the water, whilest it remains, is living. (1652)"
  895.   (1652.8) L. S. People's Liberty vii. 12 "It remaineth doubtfull, whether people who live together, may lawfully retain an Isocracie among them. (1652)"
  896.   (1652.9) Milton Sonn. Cromwell, "Yet much remaines To conquer still; peace hath her victories No less renownd then warr. (1652)"
  897.   (1652.10) Needham tr. Selden's Mare Cl. 145 "It remain's in the next place, that wee consider of what validitie the contrarie Opinions of Writers are. (1652)"
  898.   (1652.11) Needham tr. Selden's Mare Cl. 25 "The Dominion for all that remaining to another Patron. (1652)"
  899.   (1652.12) Needham tr. Selden's Mare Cl. 425 "To remain at his judgement and award. (1652)"
  900.   (1652.13) Needham tr. Selden's Mare Cl. 16 "It remains that [the Law]..of Dominion or Ownership bee taken into consideration. (1652)"
  901.   (1652.14) Wright tr. Camus' Nature's Paradox 28 "Like those Fountaineers, who shewing curious Water-works and Grotta's..set themselves in some known place where they remain dry, whilst every one else is wetted to the skin. (1652)"
  902.   (1652-62.1) Heylin Cosmogr. i. (1682) 269 "The Town remaining in as good plight..for Trade and Buildings, as most Towns do which want a navigable River. (1652-"
  903.   (1653.1) A. Wilson Jas. I, 20 "For the Clericks..they are no way sufferable to remain in this Kingdom. (1653)"
  904.   (1653.2) Blithe Eng. Improv. Impr. (ed. 3) 58 "There will be enough for many years of the other two sorts [of land] remain to husbandrize, and toss and tumble up and down. (1653)"
  905.   (1653.3) H. Cogan tr. Pinto's Trav. xx. 73 "The remainder..retired in disorder towards the foredeck. (1653)"
  906.   (1653.4) H. More Antid. Ath. ii. ii. §.2 "Seeming Ashes may be no Ashes, that is, no Remainders of any Fewel burnt there. (1653)"
  907.   (1653.5) H. Cogan tr. Pinto's Trav. lxix. (1663) 280 "The Elephants withall setting their Trunks to the target fences..tore them down in such sort, as not one of them remained entire. (1653)"
  908.   (1653.6) Jer. Taylor Serm. for Year I. xix. 246 "The estate..remains unrifled, and descends upon the heir. (1653)"
  909.   (1653.7) W. Ramesey Astrol. Restored 37 "The Art remains still unshaken, and it [= a book] unanswered. (1653)"
  910.   (1653.8) Walton Angler vi. 139 "By the wormes remaining in that box an hour..they had incorporated a kind of smel that was irresistibly attractive. (1653)"
  911.   (1653.9) Waterhouse Apol. Learning 245 (L.) "To see what yet remains of beauty and order devenustated, and exposed to shame and dishonour. (1653)"
  912.   (1653.10) W. Ramesey Astrol. Restored 173 "If thou wouldst buy..Swans..to remain or keep from straying, let Scorpio be preferred. (1653)"
  913.   (1653.11) Cloria &. Narcissus i. 308 "There to remaine,..whilst she heard some newes of Narcissus. (1653)"
  914.   (1653.12) Cloria &. Narcissus i. 308 "To remaine..during a necessary conveniency might also be had for the repairing of her own ship. (1653)"
  915.   (1654.1) Fuller Two Serm. 33 "Not content to carry downe the Remainder of the Captivitie into &Ae.AElig;gypt, but also they took Ieremiah the Prophet..along with them. (1654)"
  916.   (1654.2) Gataker Whitgift in Fuller Abel Rediv. (1867) II. 199 "His lectures..are said to remain yet under hope of seeing sometime further light. (1654)"
  917.   (1654.3) Gayton Pleas. Notes iii. iv. 91 "The remainder of the Dons morning draught, and drench for his rib-sparre or split (choose you which). (1654)"
  918.   (1654.4) Trapp Comm., Zach. ii. 13 "God..refraineth the remainder of mans wrath... If he do but..interpose his Veto. (1654)"
  919.   (1654.5) tr. Scudery's Curia Pol. 116 "The remainder and survivant party. (1654)"
  920.   (1655.1) Fuller Ch. Hist. ii. vi. §.42 "That the Doctrine remained still sound and entire..will appeare by an Induction of the dominative Controversies. (1655)"
  921.   (1655.2) Fuller Hist. Camb. 5 "Yet a racemation at least of Scholars..remained in Cambridge. (1655)"
  922.   (1655.3) Fuller Ch. Hist. iii. viii. §.17 "Some Diocesses in this Terreer were exactly done, and remain fairly legible at this day. (1655)"
  923.   (1655.4) Fuller Ch. Hist. viii. ii. §.6 "It was vain to strike at the branches, whilest the roote of all Hereticks doth remain. (1655)"
  924.   (1655.5) Fuller Ch. Hist. iii. ii. §.52 "Some of these by-names..remained many years after to them, and theirs; amongst which Plantagenist was entailed on the Royal bloud of England. (1655)"
  925.   (1655.6) Fuller Ch. Hist. viii. i. §.20 "Only two Protestant Bishops..found the favour to be last undone, as remaining un-deprived at the beginning of the Parliament. (1655)"
  926.   (1656.1) Blount Glossogr., "Insident, sitting on or in, remaining, continuing. (1656)"
  927.   (1656.2) Heylin Surv. France 11 "Of the Inhabitants..9000 and upwards are of the Reformation,..the remainders are Papists. (1656)"
  928.   (1656.3) Hobbes Six Lessons Wks. 1845 VII. 231 "The remainder after subtraction is the measure of proportion arithmetical. (1656)"
  929.   (1656.4) H. Scobell Memorials iii. 9 "In Parliament there have usually been Five Standing Committees appointed in the beginning of the Parliament, and remaining during all the Session. (1656)"
  930.   (1656.5) H. Phillips Purch. Patt. B vj b, "The Rent remaining will counter-value the Ground-Rent. (1656)"
  931.   (1656.6) Jeanes Mixt. Schol. Div. 15 "There remaineth a second objection, which is the more momentous. (1656)"
  932.   (1656.7) J. Smith Pract. Physick 320 "The Bone may alwaies remain wrested. (1656)"
  933.   (1656.8) Osborne Adv. Son Lett., Wks. 1722 l. B 5, "The severest Curse remaining in the custody of Fortune, yet unlaid upon me. (1656)"
  934.   (1656.9) Ridgley Pract. Physic 173 "When the inward place is Fissured, the outward remaining unhurt. (1656)"
  935.   (1656.10) S. Holland Zara vi. (1719) 33 "So that he remained for a time as one trans-elemented. [Note] Meaning transmografide, or metarmorphosed into a Mandrake. (1656)"
  936.   (1656.11) S. Holland Zara (1719) 33 "For that he remained for a time as one trans&dubh.elemented. (1656)"
  937.   (1656.12) Ussher Ann. vi. (1658) 434 "Astymedes remained Lieger at Rome, that he might know what things were transacted. (1656)"
  938.   (1656.13) W. Webb W. Smith's Vale-Roy. Eng. 39 "S. Peters [Chester]..underneath the church in the street is the Pendice, a place builded of purpose, where the Major useth to remain. (1656)"
  939.   (1656.14) in Burton's Diary (1828) I. 25 "By the Mosaic law, blasphemers were to be stoned to death. The morality of this remains. (1656)"
  940.   (1656.15) in P. H. Hore Hist. Wexford (1911) VI. 508 "What popish proprietors of lands Transplantable, do yet remain untransplanted. (1656)"
  941.   (1656.16) tr. Hobbes' Elem. Philos. (1839) 184 "Two strait lines, which are applied to one another..may be separated..in such manner, that their concurrence in one point will still remain. (1656)"
  942.   (1656.17) tr. Hobbes' Elem. Philos. xxviii. 354 "The Wine which remains unfrozen in the midst will be very strong. (1656)"
  943.   (1656.18) tr. Hobbes' Elem. Philos. (1839) 6 "The figure was made by the circumduction of a body whereof one end remained unmoved. (1656)"
  944.   (1656-63.1) Bp. W. Lucy Observ. Hobbes 37 "Yet there remains in the sensative memory that image, which represented the object at the first. (1656-"
  945.   (1657.1) Austen Fruit Trees ii. 153 "Although the graft changes the sap of the wild stock into its owne nature, yet..a tang of the wild nature remains. (1657)"
  946.   (1657.2) Billingsly Brachy-Martyrol. xi. 35 "Though some thus fell away, others stood fast, Remaining glorious Martyrs to the last. (1657)"
  947.   (1657.3) Jer. Taylor Serm. at Funeral Sir G. Dalstone Wks. 1828 VI. 563 "A good nature, being the relicks and remains of that shipwreck which Adam made, is the proper and immediate disposition to holiness..When good nature is heightened by the grace of God, that which was natural becomes now spiritual. (1657)"
  948.   (1657.4) J. Smith Myst. Rhet. 137 "Metabasis... A figure whereby the parts of an oration or speech are knit together: and is, When we are briefly put in mind of what hath been said, and what remains further to be spoken. (1657)"
  949.   (1657.5) R. Ligon Barbadoes 102 "Neither themselves, nor any other, can remaine in them [sc. their houses] without sweltring. (1657)"
  950.   (1657.6) R. Ligon Barbadoes (1673) 25 "There remains, making a great part of that flat, a kinde of Bog or Morost. (1657)"
  951.   (1657.7) Rumsey Org. Salutis iv. (1659) 17 "That..there remains part of the meat undigested..is too well known to moderate Surfeiters. (1657)"
  952.   (1657.8) Sparrow Bk. Com. Prayer (1661) 279 "If any of the Bread And Wine remain,..if consecrated, it is all to be spent..by the Communicants. (1657)"
  953.   (1657.9) Serjeant Schism Dispach't 478 "Would any government..remain on foot three years to an end, if, etc. (1657)"
  954.   (1657.10) Tomlinson Renou's Disp. 592 "The crassament that remains..is called Powder of Mercury. (1657)"
  955.   (1657.11) Tomlinson Renou's Disp. 403* "The Dead Sea because of its vastity..remains immovable. (1657)"
  956.   (1657.12) W. Rand tr. Gassendi's Life Peiresc iii. 34 "The remainder [of the epitaph] being as yet..undug up. (1657)"
  957.   (1657.13) Wallis Corr. of Hobbes ix. 81 "Doth it remain the same angle, the same quantity of divergence? " (1657)"
  958.   (1657.14) Physical Dict. "The blood is then said to be adust, when by reason of extraordinary heat the thinner parts are evaporated, and the thicker remain black and dreggy. (1657)"
  959.   (1657.15) Physical Dict., "The thinner parts are evaporated, and the thicker remain black and dreggy. (1657)"
  960.   (1657-83.1) Evelyn Hist. Relig. (1850) II. 244 "Though many proselyted, yet remains there a part, who would never be recovered to that Church. (1657-"
  961.   (1658.1) A. Fox Wü.rtz' Surg. ii. xiv. 103 "In the Joynt must not remain any spissitude or grossness when it is almost healed. (1658)"
  962.   (1658.2) J. Webb tr. Cleopatra viii. ii. 19 "His face remained almost quite decovered. (1658)"
  963.   (1658.3) Osborn Jas. I. (1673) 526 "Forced to..die in a Prison, or play at Bo-peep all the remainder of their days with their Creditors. (1658)"
  964.   (1658.4) Phillips, "Reliquation, remains, or a being in arrearage. (1658)"
  965.   (1658.5) Rowland Moufet's Theat. Ins. 908 "That Honey is best for substance, which..if you lift it up..falls to the earth still homogeneous, unsevered, no way parted asunder, but remaines in one continued flake or line. (1658)"
  966.   (1658.6) Sir T. Browne Hydriot. iii. 43 "How slender a masse will remain upon an open and urging Fire of the carnall composition. (1658)"
  967.   (1658.7) Sir T. Browne Hydriot. ii. (1736) 31 "If according to Learned Conjecture, the Bodies of Men shall rise where their greatest Relics remaine, many are not like to err in the Topography of their Resurrection. (1658)"
  968.   (1658.8) Sir T. Browne Hydriot. ii. (1736) 29 "The remaining Bones discovered his Proportions. (1658)"
  969.   (1658.9) Sir T. Browne Hydriot. iii. 44 "When the heavy Principle of Salt is fired out, and the Earth almost only remaineth [in burnt bones]. (1658)"
  970.   (1658.10) W. Burton Itin. Anton. 102 "There remain yet two doubts: First, whether this Pr&ae.aeig;tenture, or Wall, was made of Stone, or of Turfs. (1658)"
  971.   (1658.11) W. Burton Anton. Itin. 102 "There remain yet two doubts: First: whether this Pr&ae.aeig;tenture, or Wall, was made of Stone, or of Turfs. (1658)"
  972.   (1658.12) Virginia Stat. (1823) I. 466 "To the great prejudice and damage to their neighbours and the loss of the remainants cattell. (1658)"
  973.   (1659.1) (title) "Golden Remains of the Ever Memorable John Hales. (1659)"
  974.   (1659.2) H. More Immort. Soul iii. ii. §.7 "That our Substance is in a manner lost, and nothing but a tenuious reek remains. (1659)"
  975.   (1659.3) Macallo Can. Physick 75 "The evil humours remaining after a Crise, are wont to make one recidive or relapsing. (1659)"
  976.   (1659.4) Osborn Observ. Turks (1673) 344 "The Tongues being at the best but the Crackers of Knowledge: the Kernel remaining useless..till picked and dressed by Employment and Experience. (1659)"
  977.   (1659.5) Pearson Creed (1839) 232 "The bread and wine even after consecration leave not their own nature, but remain in their former substance, shape, and form. (1659)"
  978.   (1659.6) Rushworth Hist. Coll. I. 2 "To keep his Majesty from declaring himself opposite to Spain in the business of Cleves and Juliers, which still remained uncompounded. (1659)"
  979.   (1659.7) Sanderson Wks. (1854) V. 338 "There remained in the heart of such some piece of ill-temper unreformed, which in time prolified, and sent out great and wasting sins. (1659)"
  980.   (1659.8) W. Chamberlayne Pharonnida iii. ii. 19 "Whilst she did remain Unlightened with a beam of comfort. (1659)"
  981.   (1659.9) Gentl. Calling v. x, "So dismal a consequent, as, methink, should like Lot's wife, remain a perpetual monument to deter others. (1659)"
  982.   (1660.1) Barrow Euclid ii. i. "Schol., Let + A be to be multiplied into B-C; then because + A is not affirmed of all B, but only of a part of it, whereby it exceeds C, therefore AC must remain denied. (1660)"
  983.   (1660.2) Boyle New Exp. Phys. Mech. Exp. iv, "This plumpness of the bladder proceeded from..the stronger spring of the air remaining in the bladder. (1660)"
  984.   (1660.3) Boyle New Exper. Spring of Air xxiv. 191 "The inner Membrane that involv'd the several Liquors of the Egge, because it would stretch and yield, remain'd unbroken. (1660)"
  985.   (1660.4) Barrow Euclid i. iv, "The remaining angles B, C, shall be equal to the remaining angles E, F, each to each, under which the equal sides are subtended. (1660)"
  986.   (1660.5) F. Brooke tr. Le Blanc's Trav. 354 "The countrey remaining unplanted by any forrainers. (1660)"
  987.   (1660.6) H. More Myst. Godl. v. xvii. 206 "Suspecting our selves not to have emerged quite out of this General Apostasy of the Church, into which the Spirit of God has foretold she would be lapsed for 1260 years; let us see if we can find out what Remainders of this Lapse are still upon us. (1660)"
  988.   (1660.7) Jer. Taylor Duct. Dubit. ii. ii. rule ii, "If we list to observe that..Pythagoras..and Socrates had great names amongst the leading Christians, it is no wonder if in the percolation something of the relish should remain. (1660)"
  989.   (1660.8) Jer. Taylor Duct. Dubit. ii. iii. rule xiv. §.29 (1676) 372 "The remaining part [of the books of the Fathers] have passed through the limbecks and strainers of Hereticks [etc.]. (1660)"
  990.   (1660.9) Milton Free Commw. 424 "We remain finally secure from the exasperated Regal Power. (1660)"
  991.   (1660.10) Trapp Comm. O.T. III. 515 "Such persons chuse to remain in the sordes of their sins. (1660)"
  992.   (1660.11) in J. Morris Troubles Cath. Foref. (1872) vi. 277 "The Cellaress and *Sick Mistress..remained there. (1660)"
  993.   (1660.12) tr. Paracelsus' Archidoxes i. x. 142 "Take then the fix Element that remained after the separation of the Three Imperfect Elements. (1660)"
  994.   (1661.1) Boyle Scept. Chem. i. 41 "That it may not appear absurd to conceive, that such little primary Masses..may remain undissipated. (1661)"
  995.   (1661.2) Boyle Cert. Physiol. Ess. (1669) 175 "That jelly that is sometimes found on the ground, and by the Vulgar call'd a Star-shoot, as if it remain'd upon the extinction of a falling Star. (1661)"
  996.   (1661.3) Fuller Worthies (1840) II. 265 "What remaineth concerning mastiffs is referred to the same topic in Somersetshire. (1661)"
  997.   (1661.4) Fuller Worthies, Linc. (1662) ii. 150 "What remaineth concerning Mastiffes is referred to the same Topick in Somerset-shire. (1661)"
  998.   (1661.5) G. Rust Origen's Opin. in Phenix (1721) I. 54 "The Souls of Brutes are Spirits..and remain undiminishable and indissipable in their intire Substances. (1661)"
  999.   (1661.6) J. Fell Hammond 14 "A stock was rais'd..for the apprentising of young Children... And after this there yet remain'd a Superplusage for the assistance of the neighbour Parishes. (1661)"
  1000.   (1662.1) Evelyn Sculptura iii. 33 "They also engrave upon stone, and imprint with it; but with this difference in the *working-off; that the paper being black, the Sculpture remains white. (1662)"
  1001.   (1662.2) Fuller Worthies iii. 38 "Monuments..remaining without breck or blemish to this day. (1662)"
  1002.   (1662.3) Fuller Worthies iv. 50 "The best caps were formerly made at Monmouth, where the Cappers Chappel doth still remain. (1662)"
  1003.   (1662.4) Fuller Worthies (1840) I. 496 "The anatomy of a man lying in the tombe abovesaid, onely the bones remaining. (1662)"
  1004.   (1662.5) Gerbier Principles 30 "The King and Queen only remaining..setting under the Cloath of State. (1662)"
  1005.   (1662.6) Gerbier Principles 34 "That his Stall doth not remain under him. (1662)"
  1006.   (1662.7) Hibbert Body of Divinity i. 218 "Amen. It is..an Hebrew word,..and..remaines uninterpreted. (1662)"
  1007.   (1662.8) J. Chandler Van Helmont's Oriat. 345 "The Substance of that Substander or remainer [orig. ejusque substantis substantia]. (1662)"
  1008.   (1662.9) J. Bargrave Pope Alex. VII (1867) 106 "Some [churches] remaining without pastors all the time of his nuntiature. (1662)"
  1009.   (1662.10) J. Chandler Van Helmont's Oriat. 144 "A truly substanding or remaining Being [orig. vere substantis entis]. (1662)"
  1010.   (1662.11) J. Chandler Van Helmont's Oriat. 273 "This..might..remain safe for a long time, without a lavishment of the health. (1662)"
  1011.   (1662.12) J. Chandler Van Helmont's Oriat. Prayer, "Tis true indeed, that thou wilt be worshipped by men in the Spirit, but not in such a manner that it may remain in the undistinction of the first object. (1662)"
  1012.   (1662.13) Merrett tr. Neri's Art of Glass xlii, "In the bottom there will remain a Lion colour. (1662)"
  1013.   (1662.14) Newcome Diary 6 Sept. (Chetham Soc.) 120, "I read out wt remained to be read in Rushworth. (1662)"
  1014.   (1662.15) Stillingfl. Orig. Sacr. i. v. §.3, "1117. which being deduced from 3940. the remainder is 2823. (1662)"
  1015.   (1662.16) Stillingfl. Orig. Sacr&ae.aeig; ii. ix. §.1. 253 "Everything remains in the course and order wherein it was set at the Creation. (1662)"
  1016.   (1662.17) Sparrow tr. Behme's Rem. Wks., Apol. conc. Perfect. 147, "I must be Tinctured or else I cannot be Transmuted; If Christ do not Tincture me with his Bloud, then my Holy Paradise-Life remaineth faded. (1662)"
  1017.   (1663.1) Blair Autobiog. iii. (1848) 57 "The northern Irishes remaining obdured in their idleness and incivility. (1663)"
  1018.   (1663.2) Charleton Chor. Gigant. 5 "Monuments themselves are subject to Forgetfulness even while they remain. (1663)"
  1019.   (1663.3) H. Cogan tr. Pinto's Trav. i. 2 "The remainder of us they left at night in the Road. (1663)"
  1020.   (1663.4) Marvell Corr. Wks. 1872-5 II. 140 "If they had any thing as that remained on their part. (1663)"
  1021.   (1663.5) Flagellum, or O. Cromwell (1672) 70 "The House being thus purged, as they called it..the remaining Juncto of his Culling..passed an Ordinance for Tryal of the King. (1663)"
  1022.   (1664.1) Evelyn tr. Freart's Archit. ii. 9 "Of which there is to this day some Vestigia's remaining. (1664)"
  1023.   (1664.2) Evelyn Kal. Hort. Nov. 78 "Take up your Potatos for winter spending, there will enough remain for stock, though never so exactly gather'd. (1664)"
  1024.   (1664.3) Etheredge Com. Revenge iv. vii, "Set thy face then; let me not see the remains of one poor smile. (1664)"
  1025.   (1664.4) Evelyn Sylva 102 "It is continually to be fed with short and fitting wood, that no part remains unfir'd. (1664)"
  1026.   (1664.5) H. Power Exp. Philos. 56 "Your Wire-drawers know, that if they take a short piece of Wire,..and drill it through, that then though they draw it out to the smalness of a hair, yet will it still remain hollow quite through in despite of their Wurdle. (1664)"
  1027.   (1664.6) J. Webb Stone-Heng (1725) 193 "These rude Remains being put in Work, in his Judgment, before the Flood. (1664)"
  1028.   (1664.7) Power Exp. Philos. iii. 167 "The Angles of Inclination and Elevation will remain the same. (1664)"
  1029.   (1664.8) Power Exp. Philos. iii. 168 "An Intrinsecal Tendency that it [the Magnet] has of its own, to bring all its parts to their right and determinate points, there to remain in a perfect Stability. (1664)"
  1030.   (1665.1) Brathwait Comment. Two Tales (1901) 97 "The Remainder of his Hours henceforth was to number his Daies. (1665)"
  1031.   (1665.2) Boyle Occas. Refl., Occas. Medit. iv. iv, "He gave away more out of the Remainder of his Estate, than every liberal Man would have done out of the Whole. (1665)"
  1032.   (1665.3) G. Havers P. della Valle's Trav. E. India 27 "The Name Seià.h Selim, tenaciously inhering in the memory of people, remains still to him. (1665)"
  1033.   (1665.4) Hooke Microgr. vii. 38 "Sealed Thermometers, which I have, by several tryals, at last brought to a great certainty and tenderness:..for graduating the stem, I fix that for the beginning of my division where the surface of the liquor in the stem remains when the ball is placed in..water, that is so cold that it just begins to freeze..(which I mark with an [0] or nought). (1665)"
  1034.   (1665.5) J. Webb Stone-Heng (1725) 88 "The Pylasters were by the Tool and Mallet wrought, as the Rabbets yet remaining, or Returns in some of them plainly shew. (1665)"
  1035.   (1665.6) J. Webb Stone-Heng (1725) 153 "An Asylum, to which any of them flying remain'd indemnified for whatever Delict committed. (1665)"
  1036.   (1665.7) M. Needham Med. Medicin&ae.aeig; 401 "There remains no more room for the like palliatory proceeding. (1665)"
  1037.   (1665.8) Manley Grotius' Low C. Warres 544 "More..that among all these turnings, would yet remain faithful to their Parties. (1665)"
  1038.   (1665.9) Manley Grotius' Low C. Warres 331 "The men that remained in the Town were slain, so also were some women after they had been lustfully abused. (1665)"
  1039.   (1665.10) Manley Grotius' Low-C. Wars 938 "There remained fresh Examples of their Barbarism against weak Sea-men, and silly Fisher-men. (1665)"
  1040.   (1665.11) Manley Grotius' Low C. Warres 281 "For the future, nothing remained, but a prospect of Tyranny and slavery. (1665)"
  1041.   (1665.12) Manley Grotius' Low C. Warres 101 "He had with him, something more than Eight Hundred Horse, and Six Thousand Foot, the Refuse and Remains of the French Troubles and Tumults. (1665)"
  1042.   (1665.13) Sir T. Herbert Trav. (1677) 139 "At the stair-head there is some remain of the Gate. (1665)"
  1043.   (1665.14) Sp. Speaker Ho. Comm. to King 31 Oct. in Lords Jrnls. XI. 700/1 "We have prepared a Shiboleth a Test to distinguish amongst them, who..give Hopes of future Conformity, and who of..evil Disposition remain obdurate. (1665)"
  1044.   (1666.1) Boyle Orig. Formes &. Qual. 329 "The remaining Masse would be..of an Alkalizate nature. (1666)"
  1045.   (1666.2) Boyle Orig. Formes &. Qual. Wks. 1772 III. 62 "The remaining matter..with the least heat may be poured out like a liquor. (1666)"
  1046.   (1666.3) Evelyn Diary 7 Sept., "Nothing remaining intire but the inscription in the architrave. (1666)"
  1047.   (1666.4) G. Harvey Morb. Angl. xi. (1672) 31 "It's..generated..out of the dregs and remainder of a *Phlegmonous or Oedematick tumour. (1666)"
  1048.   (1666.5) G. Harvey Morb. Angl. xxviii. (1672) 82 "There remains a citation of such others as indifferently may produce that malady in any other Countrey. (1666)"
  1049.   (1666.6) J. Smith Old Age (1752) 13 "Two words [days and years] to express the contention of this state..viz. how long this state shall remain. (1666)"
  1050.   (1667.1) Dryden Ind. Emperor iv. ii, "What now remains in these Extreams?" (1667)"
  1051.   (1667.2) Flavel Saint Indeed (1754) 125 "That fellowship is so dissweetened by remaining corruptions. (1667)"
  1052.   (1667.3) Milton P.L. ix. 42 "Mee of these Nor skilld nor studious, higher Argument Remaines. (1667)"
  1053.   (1667.4) Milton P.L. ii. 321 "To remaine In strictest bondage. (1667)"
  1054.   (1667.5) Milton P.L. x. 990 "Childless thou art, Childless remain; so Death Shall be deceav'd his glut. (1667)"
  1055.   (1667.6) Milton P.L. ii. 443 "If thence he scape.., what remains him less Then unknown dangers and as hard escape. (1667)"
  1056.   (1667.7) Milton P.L. iii. 124, "I formed them free, and free they must remain. (1667)"
  1057.   (1667.8) Milton P.L. vi. 115 "That such resemblance of the Highest Should yet remain, where faith and realtie Remain not. (1667)"
  1058.   (1667.9) Milton P.L. vi. 37 "The easier conquest now Remains thee. (1667)"
  1059.   (1667.10) Milton P.L. ii. 322 "To remaine In strictest bondage,..Under th' inevitable curb. (1667)"
  1060.   (1667.11) Milton P.L. ii. 770 "Wherein remaind..to our Almighty Foe Cleer Victory, to our part loss and rout. (1667)"
  1061.   (1667.12) Milton P.L. ix. 463 "The Evil one abstracted stood From his own evil, and for the time remained Stupidly good. (1667)"
  1062.   (1667.13) Milton P.L. v. 770 "Thrones, Dominations, Princedomes, Vertues, Powers, If these magnific Titles yet remain Not meerly titular. (1667)"
  1063.   (1667.14) Milton P.L. ix. 465 "That space the Evil One abstracted stood From his own evil, and for the time remained Stupidly good, of enmity disarmed. (1667)"
  1064.   (1667.15) Primatt City &. C. Build. 26 "There doth yet remain great quantities of Coles in the Earth. (1667)"
  1065.   (1667.16) Waterhouse Fire Lond. 70 "Mr. Spencer, the..Aboriginal Librarier, yet living, and yet faithfully attending the remains of the Books. (1667)"
  1066.   (1667.17) Waterhouse Fire Lond. 100 "Dwelling and Trading in the remains of the Freedom, and in the reserved Suburbs. (1667)"
  1067.   (1667.18) Decay Chr. Piety vii. 153 "Whilest the soreness of his late pangs of conscience remains. (1667)"
  1068.   (1667.19) Ormonde MSS. in 10th Rep. Hist. MSS. Comm. App. v. 52 "Orders to satisfy..your petitioner the remaining &pstlg.120, after perclosing their worke. (1667)"
  1069.   (1667.20) in 10th Rep. Hist. MSS. Comm. App. V. 29 "Other lands undisposed of, now remaining in his Majestie's disposall. (1667)"
  1070.   (1668.1) Clarendon Vind. Tracts (1727) 79 "He read all the articles..which remained undetermined and unconsented to. (1668)"
  1071.   (1668.2) Culpepper &. Cole Barthol. Anat. ii. vi. 106 "Small Boddikies or indivisible Particles of the Blood..If any reliques of the said Bodikies did remain. (1668)"
  1072.   (1668.3) Davenant Law agst. Lovers Wks. (1673) 323 "The Duke,..During the time of your Vicegerency, Remain'd here in disguise. (1668)"
  1073.   (1668.4) Howe Bless. Righteous (1825) 52 "There is no resistant principle remaining, when the love of God is perfected in it. (1668)"
  1074.   (1668.5) H. More Div. Dial. i. xxvii. (1713) 57 "That Extension which remains to you whether you will or no, is really and identifically coincident with the Amplitude of the Essence of God. (1668)"
  1075.   (1668.6) Owen in Hearne Collect. 26 Nov. an. 1705 (O.H.S.) I. 99 "The Remainders of Indwelling-Sin in Believers. (1668)"
  1076.   (1668.7) Wilkins Real Char. i. i. §.4. 5 "After the Captivity the pure Hebrew ceased to be Vulgar, remaining onely amongst learned men. (1668)"
  1077.   (1668.8) Phil. Trans. III. 730 "And perhaps I might have lost the Crepuscular remains of my Sight. (1668)"
  1078.   (1668.9) in 10th Rep. Hist. MSS. Comm. App. V. 60 "The Lord Lieutenant and Counsel's advice to the Commissioners to spend some of their remaining time to reprize Protestants. (1668)"
  1079.   (1669.1) Boyle Contin. New Exp. xliv. 154 "Air that yet remain'd unpump'd out. (1669)"
  1080.   (1669.2) Boyle Contn. New Exp. ii. (1682) 93 "The Adder remained in the same state, and gave no hope of reviviscence. (1669)"
  1081.   (1669.3) Gale Crt. Gentiles i. i. iv. 25 "There remains in the Syrians an ingenite ardor of Navigation. (1669)"
  1082.   (1669.4) H. Stubbe in Birch Life Boyle (1744) 192 "It creates in the throat such a sense, as remains after drinking pepper-posset. (1669)"
  1083.   (1669.5) Holder Elem. Speech 59 "Thus out of..36, casting out as useless..9 Naso-Spiritals, 6 Naso-Vocals, and 2 Spiritals, there remain 19 Consonants. (1669)"
  1084.   (1669.6) Marvell Corr. Wks. (Grosart) II. 275 "So expecting your pleasure, I remaine, Gentlemen, [etc.]. (1669)"
  1085.   (1669.7) N. Morton New Eng. Mem. 180 "This year much of the Wheat is destroyed with Blasting and Mildew,..but the Lord hath sent much Rain for the recovery of the remainder. (1669)"
  1086.   (1669.8) Sturmy Mariner's Mag. vi. iii. 106 "The Sun enters Gemini May 11; which Substract from 12, the Remainer is 1. (1669)"
  1087.   (1669.9) Stubbe Let. 17 Dec. in Boyle's Wks. (1772) I. Life 91 "It creates in the throat such a sense, as remains, after drinking *pepper-posset. (1669)"
  1088.   (1669.10) Sturmy Mariner's Mag. i. ii. 9 "In what year you would know what is the *Prime Number, add 1 to the date thereof, and then divide it by 19, and that which remaineth upon the Division..is the Number required. (1669)"
  1089.   (1669.11) W. Simpson Hydrol. Chym. 53 "What remained was a bright styriate floscule. (1669)"
  1090.   (1669.12) W. Holder Elem. Speech 115 "He that never hears a word spoken, nor can be told what it signifies, it is no wonder if such an one remain speechless. (1669)"
  1091.   (1669.13) W. Simpson Hydrol. Chym. 53 "What remained was a bright styriate floscule. (1669)"
  1092.   (1669.14) Worlidge Syst. Agric. ix. §.2 (1681) 177 "A Salt-Cat..which makes the Pigeons much affect the place: and such that casually come there, usually remain where they find such good entertainment. (1669)"
  1093.   (1669.15) Address Yng. Gentry Eng. 80 "There remains nothing of it but the shade of a great name, the empty curtail of its faint eccho. (1669)"
  1094.   (1669.16) Lond. Gaz. No. 367/4 "The said Officers..shall proceed to the payment of the ensuing Orders, as the remain of that Taxe and the remaines of the [other] Taxe shall come in. (1669)"
  1095.   (1670.1) Cotton Espernon iii. x. 525 "They would never again be so fully reconcil'd, that there would not still remain a Core in the bosom of the one or the other. (1670)"
  1096.   (1670.2) Cotton Espernon. i. iv. 181 "The violence of the powder was so great, that it blew up the floor where the Duke sate at dinner,..the Duke only by a miracle of Fortune remaining still sitting, and upright in the midst of this subversion. (1670)"
  1097.   (1670.3) Hacket Abp. Williams ii. (1693) 120 "The Court did all vote..that the Defence should remain undispunged. (1670)"
  1098.   (1670.4) J. Smith Eng. Improv. Reviv'd 89 "From the Remainder of the Chesnut..may be chosen 63600 Rods for bark or ryne hoops. (1670)"
  1099.   (1670.5) Penn Truth Rescued fr. Impost. 25 "The then English Army was the remainder of those Souldiers, that not only subverted the Kings Forces, but Protector'd Oliver Crumwell. (1670)"
  1100.   (1670.6) W. Clarke Nat. Hist. Nitre 60 "The paper-Bills on the walls..remain'd like the Gold unburn'd. (1670)"
  1101.   (1671.1) Eachard Obs. Answ. Cont. Clergy 102 "Thinking themselves the onely poor remain of people, that can dispense the word profitably. (1671)"
  1102.   (1671.2) F. Phillips Reg. Necess. 475 "Committed to the Tower of London, there to remain one year without bayle, baston or Mainprize. (1671)"
  1103.   (1671.3) F. Philipps Reg. Necess. 580 "To lodge the remainder of the night among the debauched or unruly sort of people, calld Rats or Night-walkers. (1671)"
  1104.   (1671.4) Grew Anat. Plants ii. §.23 "The remainder..is in part carried off into the Cortical Body back again, the Sap whereof it now tinctures into good Aliment. (1671)"
  1105.   (1671.5) Grew Anat. Pl. i. ii. (1682) 15 "The remainder, though not united to it,..thus retreats, that is,..is in part carried off into the Cortical Body back again. (1671)"
  1106.   (1671.6) Milton Samson 650 "This one prayer yet remains,..No long petition. (1671)"
  1107.   (1671.7) Milton Samson 1126 "In a little time while breath remains thee, Thou oft shalt wish thy self at Gath. (1671)"
  1108.   (1671.8) Milton Samson 587 "Why else this strength Miraculous yet remaining in those locks? " (1671)"
  1109.   (1671.9) Milton P.R. ii. 256 "Though hunger still remain: so it remain Without this bodies wasting, I content me. (1671)"
  1110.   (1671.10) Milton P.R. iv. 322 "Who reads Incessantly,..Uncertain and unsettl'd still remains. (1671)"
  1111.   (1671.11) Milton Samson 587 "Why else this strength Miraculous yet remaining in those locks? " (1671)"
  1112.   (1671.12) Milton Samson 650 "This one prayer yet remains, might I be heard, No long petition, speedy death. (1671)"
  1113.   (1671.13) Milton P.R. iv. 326 "Uncertain and unsettl'd [he] still remains, Deep verst in books and shallow in himself. (1671)"
  1114.   (1671.14) R. MacWard True Nonconf. 368 "The more serious Presbyterians..remain stedfast and unbrangled with these delusions. (1671)"
  1115.   (1671.15) Woodhead St. Teresa i. xxv. 172 "There never remains any sweetness, or softness, or suppleness in the Soul; but she is, as it were, frighted. (1671)"
  1116.   (1671.16) Woodhead St. Teresa ii. xi. 97 "As soon as I had communicated (the Species remaining yet as it were intire). (1671)"
  1117.   (1671.17) St. Foine Improved 4 "The Slabb and Mud which remains after the Water is drawn off the Ground. (1671)"
  1118.   (1672.1) Boyle Ess. Gems i. Wks. 1772 III. 527 "The remaining and incoagulable part of it may have been imbibed by the ambient air. (1672)"
  1119.   (1672.2) Dryden 2nd Pt. Conq. Granada iv. iii, "The grudging of my ague yet remains. (1672)"
  1120.   (1672.3) Grew Phil. Hist. Plants §.51 "No Oyl which remained liquid; but instead of that a Butyr, almost of the Consistence and Colour of the Oyl of Mace. (1672)"
  1121.   (1672.4) H. More Brief Reply 325 "The said Individual matter untransubstantiated and remaining Bread still. (1672)"
  1122.   (1672.5) Josselyn New Eng. Rarities 101 "They beat the corn in a mortar and sift the flower out of it: the remainder they call Homminey. (1672)"
  1123.   (1672.6) Marvell Reh. Transp. (1673) II. 68 "That it should remain upon Record how Syllogistical a life his hath been to the Stile and Principles that he has manag'd and prosecuted. (1672)"
  1124.   (1672.7) Marvell Reh. Transp. i. 203 "There remains but one Flower more that I have a mind to; but that indeed is a Rapper. 'Tis a Flower of the Sun. (1672)"
  1125.   (1672.8) Sir T. Browne Let. to Friend ix. (1881) 134 "His inwards and flesh remaining could make no bouffage, but a light bit for the grave. (1672)"
  1126.   (1672.9) Wood Life (1848) 23 "Being just..in capacity of spending the remainder of his dayes in ease and quietness, he died. (1672)"
  1127.   (1672.10) Cowell's Interpr., "In super, is a Word used by Auditors in their Accounts in the Exchequer, when they say so much remains in super to such an Accountant, that is, so much remains due upon such an Account. (1672)"
  1128.   (1673.1) Grew Anat. Roots ii. §.60 "The remainder, is..an Oleous Elixyr, or extract, in the form of a Milk. (1673)"
  1129.   (1673.2) Ray Trav. (1738) I. 419 "A famous engine to raise up water..There is so little of it remaining that it is impossible thence to find out all the contrivance and intrigue of it. (1673)"
  1130.   (1673.3) Temple Observ. Netherl. Pref. (Seager), "The remainders of their state are..kept alive by neglect or disconcert of their enemies. (1673)"
  1131.   (1673.4) Lady's Call. i. i. §.12 "There will not remain many topics of discourse, unless this be called in to supply. (1673)"
  1132.   (1673.5) Phil. Trans. VIII. 6052 "The pledgets being then thrown off, the blood continued staunch, and the mouths of the Arteries remained close. (1673)"
  1133.   (1674.1) Boyle Excell. Theol. ii. iv. 177 "It remains doubtful, whether the differing sizes [of the fixed stars]..proceed from a real inequality of bulk, or onely from an inequality of distance. (1674)"
  1134.   (1674.2) Clarendon Hist. Reb. xiv. §.136 "The Earl remain'd in London whilst the enquiry was warm and importunate. (1674)"
  1135.   (1674.3) Cotton Compl. Gamester vii. 69 [L'Ombre] "There will remain thirteen Cards in the Stock. (1674)"
  1136.   (1674.4) Jeake Arith. (1696) 20 "The remains are the Numbers quesited. (1674)"
  1137.   (1674.5) Jeake Arith. (1696) 54 "If the Subtrahend and Remain be added, the Substractionary work will be proved. (1674)"
  1138.   (1674.6) Jeake Arith. (1696) 301 "The Greater substracted from the Lesser, the Remain will be so much too short. (1674)"
  1139.   (1674.7) Jeake Arith. (1696) 30 "This Remain is always less than the Divisor. (1674)"
  1140.   (1674.8) Jeake Arith. (1696) 543 "To find Numbers whose Remains shall be Arithmetically Progressional. (1674)"
  1141.   (1674.9) Leybourn Compl. Surveyor 237 "An Instrument which he calleth a Peractor, which is no other than a Theodelite, only the Box and Needle is so fitted to the Center of the Instrument, that..the Index may be turned about, and yet the Box and Needle remain immoveable. (1674)"
  1142.   (1674.10) Petty Disc. bef. R. Soc. 59 "Suppose, that the Oars remain the same length, but that the Blade be doubled. (1674)"
  1143.   (1674.11) Ray Collection 136 "(Manner of making Vitriol) The liquor that remains after the vitriol is crystallized, they call the mother. (1674)"
  1144.   (1674.12) S. Jeake Arith. (1696) 164 "If the remain be added to the Number substracted, the Total will be parallel to the Number from which Substraction is made. (1674)"
  1145.   (1674.13) Staveley Rom. Horseleech 131 "Her example was not followed by any of the Nobility, or others, who had incorporated any of the Abby Lands into their estates, but the Queen restored only what remained in the Crown un-aliened from the same. (1674)"
  1146.   (1674.14) Essex Papers (Camden) I. 265 "Without ye extraordinary pressing of friends I cannot remaine in it. (1674)"
  1147.   (1674.15) tr. Scheffer's Lapland 4 "Granting there were antiently such names..it remaines doubtfull [etc.]. (1674)"
  1148.   (1675.1) Cocker Morals 23 "He that receives a Courtesie, remains, Till his Retaliation, bound in Chains. (1675)"
  1149.   (1675.2) Evelyn Terra (1776) 63 "Casting the coarse remaining Stuff which would not pass the Riddle, into the cistern again. (1675)"
  1150.   (1675.3) Hobbes Odyssey (1677) 268 "Ulysses, to be sure that none remain Alive, and under seats or tables squat, Searcht well the hall. (1675)"
  1151.   (1675.4) H. Teonge Diary (1825) 87 "This island [Cyprus]..had in it 30 cittys, of which there still remaine many worthy memorables of their pristin grandetsa's. (1675)"
  1152.   (1675.5) Traherne Chr. Ethics 347 "Without its exercise it remaineth unexerted, is wholly vain. (1675)"
  1153.   (1675.6) Tully Let. to Baxter 27 "There remaines yet one small *sub-question. (1675)"
  1154.   (1675.7) Machiavelli's Prince xix. Wks. (1883) 123 "These remained..stupid and astonished. (1675)"
  1155.   (1675.8) tr. Machiavelli's Prince vi. (1883) 41 "They remain..honourable and happy. (1675)"
  1156.   (1676.1) Bates Immort. Soul, "There remains in another world a dreadful arrear of misery. (1676)"
  1157.   (1676.2) Collins in Rigaud Corr. Sci. Men (1841) II. 9 "By the second remainder divide the second divisor, reserve the quotes. (1676)"
  1158.   (1676.3) Cotton Angler ii. v. 40 "Where the warping ends, pinch or nip it with your thumb nail against your finger, and strip away the remainder of your dubbing from the silk. (1676)"
  1159.   (1676.4) Dryden Aurengz. iv. i, "Strange cozenage! none would live past years again; Yet all hope pleasure in what yet remain. (1676)"
  1160.   (1676.5) Dryden Aurengz. iv. i, "A working Sea, remaining from a Storm. (1676)"
  1161.   (1676.6) Hobbes Iliad 374 "Yet is his body uncorrupt,..And..doth whole remain And undefac'd, the bloud all washt away. (1676)"
  1162.   (1676.7) Hale Prim. Orig. Man. iv. iii. (1677) 318 "Those common Notions which yet remain in the Humane Nature, though refracted and abated by the Fall of Man. (1676)"
  1163.   (1676.8) Shadwell Libertine v. 81 "D. Lop. D' hear that noise? the remaining Rogues have rais'd the Mobile, and are coming upon us... Enter two Shepherds, with a great Rabble. (1676)"
  1164.   (1676.9) Wycherley Pl. Dealer iv. i, "You shall see, how I have rigg'd my Squire out, with the remains of my shipwrack'd Wardrobe. (1676)"
  1165.   (1676.10) Wiseman Chirurg. Treat. iv. v. 321 "After the Escar separated, I rubb'd the remaining Superexcrescence with a Vitriol-stone. (1676)"
  1166.   (1676.11) Wiseman Chirurg. Treat. 111, "I shewed him that by Digestion the remaining fleshy body..would come away. (1676)"
  1167.   (1676.12) Wiseman Chirurg. Treat. vii. iv. 485 "The head of the Os humeri was bruised, and remained sugillated long after. (1676)"
  1168.   (1676.13) Wiseman Chirurg. Treat. iv. iv. 267, "I applied again the Malagma, which caused a Suppuration of the remainder. (1676)"
  1169.   (1677.1) Cary Chronol. i. i. i. vii. 18 "There remains for the number of plene Months 125. (1677)"
  1170.   (1677.2) Collins in Rigaud Corr. Sci. Men (1841) II. 21 "A stationer..having bought a remain of above two hundred of Horrox's Astronomy. (1677)"
  1171.   (1677.3) Grew Anat. Pl., Anat. Seeds (1682) 201 "This sticks not to the midle Coat,..but commonly, remains entire, after those are stripp'd off, being as it were, the Smock of the Seed. (1677)"
  1172.   (1677.4) Hale Prim. Orig. Man. iv. ii. 295 "The remaining indigested parts of Nature. (1677)"
  1173.   (1677.5) Hale Prim. Orig. Man. ii. x. 235 "Which was accordingly done, and remains of Record in the Exchequer. (1677)"
  1174.   (1677.6) W. Harris tr. Lemery's Course Chym. i. xvi. (1686) 376 "The spirit of wine being a sulphur does unite and imbody with those that remain. (1677)"
  1175.   (1677.7) Govt. Venice 238 "Sixtus V, and Clement VIII, granted Safe-conduct to the Maranes, to remain, and traffick in the Town of Ancona, without being molested or disturbed by the Inquisitors. (1677)"
  1176.   (1677.8) Lond. Gaz. No. 1174/1 "Remaining in the Consuls hands 18 Quoyles of Cordage and a Hauser. (1677)"
  1177.   (1678.1) Cudworth Intell. Syst. 336 "Always remaining in the solitariety of His own unity. (1678)"
  1178.   (1678.2) Cudworth Intell. Syst. i. v. 759 "Matter..perpetually remains, and all other things whatsoever are but..passions and affections..thereof, as musicalness and unmusicalness. (1678)"
  1179.   (1678.3) Cudworth Intell. Syst. i. iv. §.18. 312 "Their arcane Theology remained more or less amongst them unextinct to the last. (1678)"
  1180.   (1678.4) Cudworth Intell. Syst. 798 "This Foul and Gross Body of ours..remaining still Nasty, Sluttish and Ruinous within. (1678)"
  1181.   (1678.5) Cudworth Intell. Syst. i. v. 759 "Matter..perpetually remains, and all other things whatsoever are but..passions and affections and dispositions thereof, as musicalness and unmusicalness, in respect of Socrates. (1678)"
  1182.   (1678.6) G. Mackenzie Crim. Laws Scot. i. vi. §.19. 51 "Their goods should be put under sicker Burrows,..under which they must remain ay and while they suffer an Assize. (1678)"
  1183.   (1678.7) Marvell Growth Popery Wks. (Grosart) IV. 294 "So that the two great naval powers of Europe being crushed together, he might remain sole arbitrator of the ocean. (1678)"
  1184.   (1678.8) Marvell Growth of Pop. Wks. 1875 IV. 257 "That..the clergy should, by remaining unmarried, either frustrate human nature if they live chastly, or, if otherwise, adulterate it. (1678)"
  1185.   (1678.9) Phillips (ed. 4), "Pelf..in Faulconry, is the refuse and broken remains left after the Hawk is relieved. (1678)"
  1186.   (1678.10) R. L'Estrange Seneca's Mor. (1702) 510 "They are only Hache, made up of the Fragments that remain'd. (1678)"
  1187.   (1678.11) Rymer Trag. Last Age 83 "This Scene having wrought off the Remains of Phedra's frenzy, in the next she seems more calm. (1678)"
  1188.   (1678.12) Act of Common-Council, London B j a, "All sorts of Broad..Cloths..brought unto, pitched, and harboured in Blackwell-Hall..there to remain till..the Duties of Hallage herein after-mentioned also [be] paid. (1678)"
  1189.   (1679.1) (title) "Baconiana, Or Certain Genuine Remains of Sr. Francis Bacon..in Arguments Civil and Moral, Natural,..and Bibliographical. (1679)"
  1190.   (1679.2) Bp. Croft Coll. Jesuits 3 "The remaining Dwellers in the House..were but Under-Servants. (1679)"
  1191.   (1679.3) Hobbes Dial. Com. Laws (1840) 154 "[They] had much land remaining in their own hands, afforrested for their recreation. (1679)"
  1192.   (1679.4) Moxon Mech. Exerc. vii. 130 "Or you may make the Rooms next the Front deeper, or shallower, and leave the remainder for the Back Room. (1679)"
  1193.   (1679.5) Pepys Mem. Royal Navy (1906) 5 "A further Reserve [of Supplies] remain'd untoucht in Magazine. (1679)"
  1194.   (1679.6) Hist. Jetzer 12 "Putting out a Candle which remain'd..lighted. (1679)"
  1195.   (1679.7) in Wodrow Hist. Suff. Ch. Scot. (1722) II. 60 "The Lord Macdonald, a professed Papist, with a modelled Army..hath remained in Armes. (1679)"
  1196.   (1680.1) Boyle Scept. Chem. v. Wks. 1772 I. 546 "The other four elements might indeed be variously and loosely blended together, but would remain incompacted. (1680)"
  1197.   (1680.2) Cotton Gamester in Singer Hist. Cards 265 "By discarding the eights, nines, and tens, there will remain thirteen cards. (1680)"
  1198.   (1680.3) W. Allen Peace &. Unity 64 "While they remain under this perswasion, they can no more lawfully receive an *after-baptizing. (1680)"
  1199.   (1680.4) Roxb. Ball. (1883) IV. 637 "Great York in favour does remain, In spight of all the Whigish train. (1680)"
  1200.   (1681.1) Dryden Abs. &. Achit. 542 "But a whole Hydra more Remains of sprouting heads too long to score. (1681)"
  1201.   (1681.2) Dryden Abs. &. Achit. i. 542 "Such were the tools; but a whole Hydra more Remains of sprouting heads too long to score. (1681)"
  1202.   (1681.3) Grew Mus&ae.aeig;um iii. ii. ii. 328 "A Slag, remaining in the bottom of the *Tin-Floate. (1681)"
  1203.   (1681.4) Nevile Plato Rediv. 139 "Sweden remains in point of Constitution and Property exactly as it did anciently. (1681)"
  1204.   (1681.5) R. Knox Hist. Ceylon 123 "Many times we were forced to remain an hungry. (1681)"
  1205.   (1681.6) Stair Instit. i. xiii. §.15 (1693) 122 "With us there remains the Tacit Hypothecation of the Fruits on the Ground..belonging to the Possessor, for the Terms or the Years Rent. (1681)"
  1206.   (1681.7) Tate Lear Ep. Ded., "My Zeal for all the Remains of Shakespear. (1681)"
  1207.   (1681.8) Tate Lear Ded., "Nothing but..my Zeal for all the Remains of Shakespear, cou'd have wrought me to so bold an Under&dubh.taking. (1681)"
  1208.   (1681.9) Lond. Gaz. No. 1633/4 "Notice, that whereas divers Fines that were lost or burnt in the late Fire in the Temple, remain uningrossed for want of bringing in the Chyrograps, or exemplifications thereof. (1681)"
  1209.   (1681.10) Lond. Gaz. No. 1633/4 "There is now published a Printed List of all such Fines as remain uningrossed. (1681)"
  1210.   (1681.11) Lond. Gaz. No. 1587/2 "The Empress and her Court will remain till the River be open, so that she may go by Water. (1681)"
  1211.   (1681.12) tr. Belon's Myst. Physick Introd. 54 "Draw off the Menstruum, till the Saffron of the Gold remain almost dry. (1681)"
  1212.   (1682.1) Burnet Rights Princes iv. 135 "The curiousest Remains of former Ages that are extant. (1682)"
  1213.   (1682.2) Sir T. Browne Tracts (1684) 132 "So much still remaineth with us that it maketh the gross of our language. (1682)"
  1214.   (1682.3) Scarlett Exch. 20 "Substract the Provision and Courtagie, and the Remainder is the Apoinctee (the Neat Sum). (1682)"
  1215.   (1682.4) Sir T. Browne Tracts 133 "Present Parisians can hardly hack out those few lines of the league between Charles and Lewis..yet remaining in old French. (1682)"
  1216.   (1682.5) Wheler Journ. Greece iii. 263 "There are some Remains of noble Structures, Remembrancers of their prosperous State. (1682)"
  1217.   (1682.6) Wheler Journ. Greece iii. 238 "It..remaineth yet a Bashalique, although of late governed by a Deputy. (1682)"
  1218.   (1682.7) in Picture of Liverpool (1834) 108 "Thomas Mathews elected sideman for the remainder of the Year. (1682)"
  1219.   (1682-90.1) Hooke Posth. Wks. (1705) 565 "If on a Stilyard a weight of thirty Pound be hung at thirty times the distance from the Center that a weight of nine hundred Pounds is hung, the Stilyard shall remain in &ae.aeig;quilibrio. (1682-"
  1220.   (1683.1) Moxon Mech. Exerc., Printing xxiv. &page.19 "He..doubles the loose half of the Leather over the remaining Nail'd-on half. (1683)"
  1221.   (1683.2) Moxon Mech. Exerc., Printing 8 "Some Trades are..sooner sold off, which renders the remainder of the un-sold Exercises unperfect. (1683)"
  1222.   (1683.3) Moxon Mech. Exerc., Printing xxiv. &page.19 "He..doubles the loose half of the Leather over the remaining Nail'd-on half. (1683)"
  1223.   (1683.4) Moxon Mech. Exerc., Printing xvii. &page.2 "[He] cuts out what may remain in the bottom of the Shanck by reason of the un-even breaking. (1683)"
  1224.   (1683.5) Moxon Mech. Exerc., Printing 8 "Some Trades are..sooner sold off, which renders the remainder of the un-sold Exercises unperfect. (1683)"
  1225.   (1683.6) Moxon Mech. Exerc., Printing 1 "An undecidable Controversie about the original Contriver..remains on foot. (1683)"
  1226.   (1683.7) Pettus Fleta Min. ii. 125 "Thornels,..a term of Art, for that which remains of the roasted Oar, unmelted. (1683)"
  1227.   (1683.8) Scroggs Courts-leet (1714) 148 "When a Surrender is made to the Use of a Will, the Fee-Simple remains in the Surrenderor. (1683)"
  1228.   (1683.9) Sidney Disc. Govt. ii. xxiv. (1704) 159 "He..would certainly strike off the heads of the most eminent remaining Poppys. [Cf. poppy-head 1, 1650.]" (1683)"
  1229.   (1683.10) Salmon Doron Med. i. 307 "Being permixt together in a Pellican let them remain in digestion. (1683)"
  1230.   (1684.1) Dryden tr. Maimbourg's Hist. League 163 "Who dar'd not to arrest any of them singly, the two remaining being at liberty, and in condition to give themselves satisfaction on the Aggressours. (1684)"
  1231.   (1684.2) R. Waller Nat. Exper. 10 "Our Instrument remains still unalterably just to every place where 'tis made use of. (1684)"
  1232.   (1684.3) R. H. Sch. Recreat. 53 "Controversion..in Wheeling is performed by the Front of the Squadron, so that whilst the Rank makes the Motion, the File remains. (1684)"
  1233.   (1684.4) She-Wedding (title-p.), "For which Fact the said Parties were both Committed, and one of them remains now in the Round House at Greenwich. (1684)"
  1234.   (1684.5) tr. Bonet's Merc. Compit. ix. 323 "The Flower remains crude, incoctible, and insuperable. (1684)"
  1235.   (1684.6) tr. Bonet's Merc. Compit. vii. 251 "The shivering and great contrition of the bones, which remain here and there in the..flesh. (1684)"
  1236.   (1685.1) Boyle (J.) "Having dephlegmed spirit of salt, and gently abstracted the whole spirit, there remaineth in the retort a styptical substance. (1685)"
  1237.   (1685.2) Petty Last Will p. vii, "I have in Ireland, without the county of Kerry, in lands, remainders, and reversions, about 3100l. per ann. (1685)"
  1238.   (1685.3) Villiers (Dk. Buckhm.) Confer. Wks. 1705 II. 54 "Our ancient Matron had tossed up a nice Breakfast, out of the remainders of the Capons. (1685)"
  1239.   (1686.1) Dryden To Mem. Mrs. Anne Killigrew iv, "Her Arethusian Stream remains unsoil'd..and undefil'd. (1686)"
  1240.   (1686.2) Plot Staffordsh. 401 "There remains in the Lane upon the north side of the street-way some small fragments of a wall. (1686)"
  1241.   (1686.3) Plot Staffordsh. 417 "There yet remains some umbrage of a Dean and Prebends here to this very day. (1686)"
  1242.   (1686.4) Plot Staffordsh. 22 "While the Meteor remains compact and indisperst. (1686)"
  1243.   (1686.5) Plot Staffordsh. 432 "[A stone] with Runic characters still remaining upon it. (1686)"
  1244.   (1686.6) Lond. Gaz. No. 2197/3 "There remains not one Beam undamnified. (1686)"
  1245.   (1686.7) in B. Peirce Hist. Harvard Univ. (1833) App. 67 "There shall be allowed to the present Rector of the College..the remainder of the income not disposed underneath. (1686)"
  1246.   (1686.8) tr. Chardin's Trav. Persia 54 "Ibrahim that was the only Remainder of the Ottoman Family. (1686)"
  1247.   (1686.9) tr. Chardin's Coronat. Solyman 83 "There remained another sister of Habas II..who in the Kings absence was as it were Sovereigness of the Place. (1686)"
  1248.   (1687.1) A. Lovell tr. Thevenot's Trav. i. 18 "Seven old Galleys..the remains of their Fleet which escaped from the Battel of Lepanto. (1687)"
  1249.   (1687.2) A. Lovell tr. Thevenot's Trav. i. 123 "There are such fair remains to be found among the Ruines, as easily show that this has been a..rich..Town. (1687)"
  1250.   (1687.3) Cotton Poems, Night Quatrains (1689) 248 "The drunkard..when he wakes..shall find A cropala remains behind. (1687)"
  1251.   (1687.4) Dryden Hind &. P. iii. 306 "It now remains for you to school your child, And ask why God's anointed he reviled. (1687)"
  1252.   (1687.5) Petty Treat. Naval Philos. i. ii, "Let the supernatant sides of a Ship so much tumble..as that the said sides may remain perpendicular when the Ship stoops. (1687)"
  1253.   (1687.6) Rycaut Hist. Turks II. 228 "The Ambassadour remained aboard unsaluted and unacknowledged by the publick Ministers of the City. (1687)"
  1254.   (1687.7) T. K. Veritas Evang. 98 "There would have remained illustrious Memory thereof, at least in some of the primordial Churches. (1687)"
  1255.   (1687.8) Penal Laws 32 "This..is the antient Remain of the Soveraign Power and Prerogative of the Kings of England. (1687)"
  1256.   (1688.1) Holme Armoury iii. 149/1 "Skew, a term in Herald-Painting, which is with a Wing or Hares Foot [to] brush away all the loose edges of Silver and Gold that remains of the working of them. (1688)"
  1257.   (1688.2) Holme Armoury iii. 125/2 [Printing] "Strip a Form, is to take away all the Furniture from about it, and lett it so remain on the Letter board to be distributed. (1688)"
  1258.   (1688.3) R. Holme Armoury ii. 205/1, "I have some of the hair, or down of the Salamander, which I have several times put in the Fire, and made it red hot, and after taken it out, which being cold, yet remained perfect wool. [Cf. 1481 above.] " (1688)"
  1259.   (1688.4) Villiers (Dk. Buckhm.) Restoration Wks. (1775) 106 "Can shame remain perpetually in me, And not in others?" (1688)"
  1260.   (1688.5) Lond. Gaz. No. 2380/2 "A good part of the Cavalry will remain unmounted. (1688)"
  1261.   (1689.1) Apol. Fail. Walker's Acc. 20 "Whether some Men are not satisfy'd..Ireland be entirely lost,..and remain unreduc'd for some years, rather than Dissenters be employ'd in retrieving it. (1689)"
  1262.   (1689.2) T. R. View Govt. Europe 62 "The Jesuits there have..minc'd away all the old remains of Morality and Conscience. (1689)"
  1263.   (1690.1) Dryden Don Sebastian iii. i, "Add that falshood To a long Bill that yet remains unreckon'd. (1690)"
  1264.   (1690.2) Locke Hum. Underst. ii. xvii. (1727) I. 88 "The clearest idea it can get of infinity, is the confused, incomprehensible remainder of endless, addible numbers, which affords no prospect of stop or boundary. (1690)"
  1265.   (1690.3) Locke Govt. i. xi. §.147 "It will always remain a Doubt..till our A. resolves us, whether Shem..had right to Govern. (1690)"
  1266.   (1690.4) Leybourn Cursus Math. 339 "There remains..Root Decuplate, b = 20." (1690)"
  1267.   (1690.5) Locke Hum. Und. ii. xxi. §.71 "The operative Powers..remaining equally able to operate, or to forbear operating after, as before the Decree of the Will, are in a State, which, if one pleases, may be call'd Indifferency. (1690)"
  1268.   (1690.6) Temple Ess., Poetry Wks. 1720 I. 243 "Where&dubh.ever the Roman Colonies had remained, and their Language had been generally spoken, the common People used that still, but vitiated with the base Allay of their Provincial Speech. (1690)"
  1269.   (1691.1) Blount Law Dict., "Arrearages, the Remain of an Accompt, or a Sum of Money remaining in the Hands of an Accomptant. It is sometimes used more generally for any Money unpaid at a due Time. (1691)"
  1270.   (1691.2) Boyle Hist. Air (1692) 49, "I speak the less promisingly of what I am to say in the remaining part of this paper. (1691)"
  1271.   (1691.3) E. Taylor Behmen's Theos. Philos. xxii. 36 "That flesh (though now glorified) remains a Circumscriptive Creature. (1691)"
  1272.   (1691.4) Ray Creation i. (1692) 36 "The scattering Spirits remaining in the Heart may for a time being agitated by heat, cause these faint Pulsations. (1691)"
  1273.   (1691.5) South Serm. (1717) V. 443 "As long as that small remainder of Land, belonging to the Church, shall continue yet untorn from her. (1691)"
  1274.   (1691.6) T. H[ale] Acc. New Invent. 124 "We come to the like shaping of the remaining part of the Logg. (1691)"
  1275.   (1691.7) T. H[ale] Acc. New Invent. 123 "Portions of Circles unto which the remaining strait part may be a contingent line. (1691)"
  1276.   (1691.8) Wood Ath. Oxon. I. 576 "Th' obscure recesses of this key-cold Tomb, Do Stokeslies ashes, and remains inhume. (1691)"
  1277.   (1691.9) tr. Emilianne's Observ. Journ. Naples 235 "The only Remain of Antiquity they shew one is, the Remainder of an Old Steeple. (1691)"
  1278.   (1692.1) Dryden Juvenal Ded. (1697) p. xvii, "The same Angel..when half of the Christians are already kill'd..stickles betwixt the Remainders of God's Host, and the Race of Fiends. (1692)"
  1279.   (1692.2) Dryden St. Euremont's Ess. 226 "By a secret relation, and I know not what coh&ae.aeig;rence which still remains between their souls and others. (1692)"
  1280.   (1692.3) Ray Disc. ii. iv. (1693) 127 "The real Shells them&dubh.selves..remaining still entire and uncorrupt. (1692)"
  1281.   (1692.4) R. L'Estrange Josephus' Antiq. iv. viii. (1733) 94 "Let there be a compassionate Remainder left for those that have nothing to eat of their own. (1692)"
  1282.   (1692.5) Ray Dissol. World iii. xi. (1732) 415 "The Earth remaining without any Furniture or Inhabitants. (1692)"
  1283.   (1693.1) Addison Virg. Georg. iv. 297 "By repeopling their decaying state,..Their ancient stocks eternally remain. (1693)"
  1284.   (1693.2) Dryden Juvenal iii. (1697) 65 "Nor Limbs, nor Bones, nor Carcass wou'd remain: But a mash'd heap, a Hotchpotch of the Slain. (1693)"
  1285.   (1693.3) Evelyn De la Quint. Compl. Gard. Dict., "Pomace, is the mash which remains of pressed Apples, after the Sider is made, used for producing of Seedling Stocks in Nursery-Gardens. (1693)"
  1286.   (1693.4) J. Dryden in Dryden's Juvenal xiv. (1697) 353 "The least Remains of which they mince, and dress It o'er again to make another Mess. (1693)"
  1287.   (1693.5) J. Dryden jun. in Dryden Juvenal's Sat. (1697) 364 "Thy Teeth..a Purseful of dear Gold, The last Remains of all thy Treasure, hold. (1693)"
  1288.   (1693.6) Stair Inst. Law Scot. ii. vii. §.6 "When divers Owners have parts of the same Tenement, it cannot be said to be a perfect division, because the Roof remaineth Roof to both, and the ground supporteth both. (1693)"
  1289.   (1693.7) Stair Inst. Law Scot. i. iii. §.5 (ed. 2) 21 "They remain only as bonds upon the good-will and honesty of these who are thereby bound, of which there are severals. (1693)"
  1290.   (1693.8) Stair Institutes (ed. 2) iv. xx. §.31 "By a Quorum, or sine quibus non, in which case though the Sine quibus non accept not,..the Interdiction remains. (1693)"
  1291.   (1693.9) Urquhart Rabelais iii. xvii, "The old Trot for a while remained silent, pensive, and girning like a Dog. (1693)"
  1292.   (1693.10) Mem. Ct. Teckely iii. 83 "There remain'd nothing but Mongats unsubjected to the Emperor. (1693)"
  1293.   (1693.11) Providence (R.I.) Rec. (1893) IV. 92 "We..have..sold..all the remaining part of our home stead or house lott. (1693)"
  1294.   (1694.1) Addison Story of Calisto 9 "No tracks of heaven's destructive fire remain. (1694)"
  1295.   (1694.2) Dryden To Sir G. Kneller 163 "Good heav'n! that sots and knaves should be so vain, To wish their vile resemblance may remain! And stand recorded, at their own request, To future days, a libel or a jest! " (1694)"
  1296.   (1694.3) J. Scott Pract. Disc. xxii. (T.), "And yet remain unseparable, as being comparts of the same substance. (1694)"
  1297.   (1694.4) Salmon Bate's Dispens. (1713) 150/1 "That which remains undissolv'd..is the acid or saline Part of the Sulphur. (1694)"
  1298.   (1694.5) Salmon Bate's Dispens. (1713) 484/2 "The Volatile Sal-Armoniack is only the Volatile parts sublimed alone..the Acid..remaining behind at bottom of the Sublimatory. (1694)"
  1299.   (1694.6) Salmon Bate's Disp. (1715) 533/2 "It will yet much more infringe the corrosive Quality of the remaining Acid Spirits. (1694)"
  1300.   (1694.7) Lond. Gaz. mmdcccclxxviii. 1 "Captain Teissere remained a back stays several hours. (1694)"
  1301.   (1694.8) in Salkeld Reports (1721) 576 "The contingent Remainder to him was not discharged by the vesting in the Crown..because of the Wife's Estate, which is sufficient to support it. (1694)"
  1302.   (1695.1) Alingham Geom. Epit. i, "a&min.b is thus read a less b, or the remainder after b is taken from a. " (1695)"
  1303.   (1695.2) Dryden Parall. Poetry &. Paint. Wks. XVII. 331 "There remains nothing but a dull correctness. (1695)"
  1304.   (1695.3) E. Hatton Merch. Mag. 100 "In such Commodities wherein Trett is allowed, the Remainer, after the Tare is deducted is called Suttle, out of which Suttle the allowance for Trett is made. (1695)"
  1305.   (1695.4) Ld. Preston Boeth. v. 240 "His knowledg..remaineth in the Pureness &. Simplicity of its Presence. (1695)"
  1306.   (1695.5) Woodward Nat. Hist. Earth 26 "These are the real Spoils and Remains of Sea-Animals. (1695)"
  1307.   (1696.1) Bp. Patrick Comm. Exod. xxxviii. (1697) 708 "Three thousand, dividing 301775 will produce an Hundred and leave 1775 in Remainder. (1696)"
  1308.   (1696.2) Locke Let. to Clarke 18 May in Fox Bourne Life (1876) II. xii. 307 "To get off the remainder of my cough before I venture into that inimic air. (1696)"
  1309.   (1696.3) Phillips (ed. 5), "Parastates, two little Purses full of winding Nooks..where the Seed remains in Reserve. (1696)"
  1310.   (1696.4) Scarburgh Euclid, (1705) 180 "If..there remains..any Quotal part of the Consequent..then the proportion is called Multiple Superparticular. (1696)"
  1311.   (1696.5) Stanhope Chr. Pattern (1711) 218 "No property or claim any longer remaining unconveyed over. (1696)"
  1312.   (1696.6) Scarburgh Euclid 180 "If above the exact Multiple of the Consequent, there remains in the Antecedent any Quotal part of the Consequent, as an half, a third, a fourth, or a tenth part of the Consequent, (or otherwise thus named, a Sesquialteral, a Sesquitertial, a Sesquiquartal, a *Sesquidecimal part, &.c.). (1696)"
  1313.   (1696.7) Whiston Th. Earth iii. iv. 201 "[To] ascribe the plainest remains of the Animal and Vegetable Kingdom to the sportings of Nature,..as some persons are inclinable to do. (1696)"
  1314.   (1697.1) Congreve Mourn. Bride ii. v, "The poor remains..Yet fresh and unconsum'd by time and worms. (1697)"
  1315.   (1697.2) Dryden Virg. Georg. iv. 274 "Then having spent the last Remains of Light, They give their Bodies due Repose at Night. (1697)"
  1316.   (1697.3) Dryden Virg. Georg. ii. 743 "Enough remains..His Wife and tender Children to sustain. (1697)"
  1317.   (1697.4) Dryden Virg. Georg. iv. 304 "Th' immortal Line in sure Succession reigns, The Fortune of the Family remains. (1697)"
  1318.   (1697.5) Dryden Ded. &Ae.AElig;neid Ess. (ed. Ker) II. 206 "To this the Ronsardians reply,..what remained for him, but, without delay, to pursue his first adventure?" (1697)"
  1319.   (1697.6) Dryden &Ae.AElig;neis xi. 1191 "The Wood [of the javelin] she draws, the steely Point remains. (1697)"
  1320.   (1697.7) Dryden Virg. Georg. iv. 274 "Having spent the last Remains of Light. (1697)"
  1321.   (1697.8) Dampier Voy. (1698) I. xi. 318 "They will sell 10 or 15 Tuns out of 100, and yet seemingly carry their complement [of Cloves] to Batavia; for they will pour water among the remaining part of their Cargo. (1697)"
  1322.   (1697.9) Dryden Virg. Georg. iv. 378 "The sick..idle in their empty Hives remain, Benum'd with Cold, and listless of their Gain. (1697)"
  1323.   (1697.10) Dryden &Ae.AElig;neid v. 528 "My chill Blood is curdled in my Veins, And scarce the Shadow of a Man remains. (1697)"
  1324.   (1697.11) Dryden &Ae.AElig;neis v. 290 "Unvanquished Scylla now alone remains. (1697)"
  1325.   (1697.12) Dryden Virg. Georg. iii. 716 "We see the naked Alps, and thin Remains Of scatter'd Cotts. (1697)"
  1326.   (1697.13) Dryden Virg. Georg. iii. 677 "If Sweat remains Unwash'd, and soaks into the empty Veins. (1697)"
  1327.   (1697.14) Potter Antiq. Greece ii. vi. (1715) 261 "After they had utterly routed all the remainders of Xerxes's numerous Army. (1697)"
  1328.   (1698.1) Fryer Acc. E. India &. P. 54 "Nothing remaining of it but only what is taken upon Chronicle. (1698)"
  1329.   (1698.2) Sidney Disc. Govt. i. §.3 (1704) 8 "So that the Question remains intire, as if he had never mention'd it. (1698)"
  1330.   (1698.3) Temple Of Her. Virtue Wks. 1720 I. 196 "Whatever remains in Story of Atlas..is so obscured with Age or Fables, that it may go along with those of the Atlantick Islands. (1698)"
  1331.   (1698.4) tr. F&eacu.nelon's Maxims of Saints 98 "'Tis better to remain in an absolute Unaction. (1698)"
  1332.   (1699.1) Bentley Phal. 152 "The Zancl&ae.aeig;ans invited the remainder of the Milesians to come and plant themselves in Sicily. (1699)"
  1333.   (1699.2) Dampier Voy. II. ii. 80 "A Tree..so thick that after it is log'd it remains still too great a Burthen for one Man. (1699)"
  1334.   (1699.3) Dampier Voy. II. ii. iii. 82 "Alligators..remain here till the Water drains off from the Land; and then confine themselves to the stagnant Ponds. (1699)"
  1335.   (1699.4) Dampier Voy. II. ii. 88, "I was yet a Stranger to this work, therefore remained with 3 of the old Crew to cut more Logwood. (1699)"
  1336.   (1699.5) Keill Exam. Refl. Th. Earth 10 "According to the Laws of motion, the momentum or quantity of motion of both bodies taken together would remain the same. (1699)"
  1337.   (1699.6) Meager New Art Gard. 46 "Take the Water-boughs away, which are those on the Standards that are shaded, and dropt upon, remaining smooth and naked without Buds. (1699)"
  1338.   (1699.7) Pomfret Love triumph. over Reason 194 "Not quite bereft Of sense, tho' very small remains were left. (1699)"
  1339.   (1699.8) Phil. Trans. XXI. 271 "When a Cod hath shot his Masculine Seed, there doth still remain in his Soft Rows, a great deal of Seeding Matter, where out more Seedly Animals are produced, then were shot out of it the Year before. (1699)"
  1340.   (1700.1) Dryden Palamon &. A. iii. 1056 "That individuals die, his will ordains; The propagated species still remains. (1700)"
  1341.   (1700.2) Dryden Sigism. &. Guisc. 732 "If thou hast remaining in thy Heart Some Sense of Love, some unextinguish'd Part Of former Kindness. (1700)"
  1342.   (1700.3) Dryden Ovid's Met. i. 545 "While yet the roughness of the stone remains. (1700)"
  1343.   (1700.4) Dryden (J.) "Some thin remains of chastity appeared Ev'n under Jove, but Jove without a beard. (1700)"
  1344.   (1700.5) Dryden Fables, Wife of Bath's T. 228 "One only hag remained And drop'd an awkward court'sie to the Knight. (1700)"
  1345.   (1700.6) Dryden Fables, Sigismonda &. G. 661 "There yet remained thy funeral exequies. (1700)"
  1346.   (1700.7) Dryden Ovid's Met. xii. 816 "Of all the mighty man the small remains A little urn, and scarcely fill'd contains. (1700)"
  1347.   (1700.8) Ken Hymnotheo Poet. Wks. 1721 III. 46 "Thus of each Age..The Strata there of Graves distinct remain. (1700)"
  1348.   (1700.9) Kennett MS. Lansd. 1033, "Swallow-pit, where hollow caverns remain in the earth upon mineworks. (1700)"
  1349.   (1700.10) Moxon Math. Dict. 142 "Residual Figure, the remaining Figure after Subtraction of a less from a greater. (1700)"
  1350.   (1700.11) Rowe Amb. Step-Moth. i. i, "That ever will remain, And in my latest Spirits still survive. (1700)"
  1351.   (1700.12) Rycaut Hist. Turks III. 131 "The Elector of Bavaria..remained at Brin to take the Air by the prescription of his Physitians. (1700)"
  1352.   (1700.13) S. Sewall Diary 18 Apr. (1879) II. 11, "I press'd..that Capt. Checkley should give Daniel a Deed; that so this Fraudulency might not remain to be seen. (1700)"
  1353.   (1700.14) Tyrell Hist. Eng. II. 837 "These Letters..remain upon Record in the Tower on the Clause Roll of this Year. (1700)"
  1354.   (1700.15) Tyrrell Hist. Eng. II. 837 "These Letters..remain upon Record in the Tower on the Clause Roll of this Year. (1700)"
  1355.   (1701.1) Maundrell Journ. Jerus. (1721) 62 "The voracity of time..has left nothing but a few Foundations remaining. (1701)"
  1356.   (1701.2) Rowe Amb. Step-Moth. iii. ii, "A large remain of Glory is behind. (1701)"
  1357.   (1702.1) Pope Jan. &. May 41 "Tho' fortune change, his constant spouse remains. (1702)"
  1358.   (1702.2) Vanbrugh False Friend iv. i, "She has still love enough for you, not to be displeas'd with the utmost proofs you can give that you have still a warm remain for her. (1702)"
  1359.   (1702.3) W. J. tr. Bruyn's Voy. Levant iii. 9 "With an Intention, as I said before, of visiting all the remainders of Antiquity in that Place. (1702)"
  1360.   (1702.4) Act 1 Anne Stat. 2. c. 3 §.6 "A Bushel according to the Standards remaining in the Custody of the Chamberlains of Her Majesties Exchequer commonly called..by the Name of the Winchester Bushel. (1702)"
  1361.   (1702.5) Aristotle's Sec. Secr. 58 "The Stomach cannot digest the Food, but it remains an indigested Nutriment. (1702)"
  1362.   (1703.1) J. Savage Lett. Antients xiii. 70 "The Poison Serpents produce remains innoxious to themselves. (1703)"
  1363.   (1703.2) Maundrell Journ. Jerus. (1721) 16 "What remains of this mighty Babel..is no more than twenty Foot high. (1703)"
  1364.   (1703.3) Rowe Fair Penit. ii. D 4, "If any Spark from Heav'n remain unquench'd Within her Breast. (1703)"
  1365.   (1703.4) S. Dale in Phil. Trans. XXV. 1575/2 "Certain remains of the old Channel, which the neighbouring Inhabitants still call Fleets. (1703)"
  1366.   (1703.5) Art &. Myst. Vintners 65 "Rack your Cask very clean, and let it remain full of water all night. (1703)"
  1367.   (1703.6) Lond. Gaz. No. 3890/3 "Several of the Debentures..do remain still unissued. (1703)"
  1368.   (1703.7) Phil. Trans. XXIII. 1433 "The little Water which remained unexhaled. (1703)"
  1369.   (1703.8) in Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. (1838) 3rd Ser. VII. 62 "The other penny is lost in dead letters (remaining in the several Post Offices). (1703)"
  1370.   (1704.1) A. van Leeuwenhoek in Phil. Trans. XXV. 1620, "I saw exceeding small ones still remaining in the Ovarium or *Egg-nest. (1704)"
  1371.   (1704.2) J. Harris Lex. Techn. I, "Triemimeris, is a Branch of the C&ae.aeig;sura of a Latine Verse, when after the first Foot of the Verse there remains an odd Syllable, which helps to make the next Foot. (1704)"
  1372.   (1704.3) J. Harris Lex. Techn. I. s.v. Earth, "Earth, which the Chymists call Terra Damnata and Caput Mortuum, is the last of the five Chymical Principles, and is that which remains after all the other Principles are extracted by Distilation, Calcination, &.c. (1704)"
  1373.   (1704.4) Locke (J.), "The standard in our mint being now settled, the rules and methods of essaying suited to it should remain unvariable. (1704)"
  1374.   (1704.5) Ray Creation (ed. 4) 31 "The Juice of Grapes is drawn as well from the Rape, where they remain whole, as from a Vat, where they are bruis'd. (1704)"
  1375.   (1704.6) Swift Mech. Operat. Spir. Misc. (1711) 271, "I retrench'd those Parts that might give most Offence; and have now ventur'd to publish the Remainder. (1704)"
  1376.   (1704.7) T. Brown Praise Pov. Wks. 1730 I. 96 "The remains of the night [they spend] in sleep, idleness, thoughtlessness [etc.]. (1704)"
  1377.   (1704.8) T. Brown Walk r. Lond., Tavern Wks. 1709 III. iii. 9 "Where she Surfeits upon Sack,..and Snoars away the Remainder of her Life. (1704)"
  1378.   (1704.9) Collect. Voy. &. Trav. III. 4/1 "The Snow..remains as it were in Wells and Reservatories. (1704)"
  1379.   (1704.10) in B. Church Hist. Philip's War (1867) II. 164 "Carrying the Remainder into Captivity in the heighth of Winter. (1704)"
  1380.   (1705.1) Addison Italy 237 "These huge unwieldy Lumps [of lava]..remain'd in the melted Matter rigid and unliquify'd. (1705)"
  1381.   (1705.2) Stanhope Paraphr. I. 25 "Frail Mortality will always have some Remains of Shadow and Dusk. (1705)"
  1382.   (1705.3) Lond. Gaz. No. 4116/3 "Only her Hull from the Taffrill to the Midships remained above Water. (1705)"
  1383.   (1705.4) Lond. Gaz. No. 4116/3 "Only her Hull from the Taffrill to the Midships remained above Water. (1705)"
  1384.   (1705.5) tr. Bosman's Guinea 410 "The Buffel soon trod out the small remainder of the Snuff of his Life. (1705)"
  1385.   (1706.1) Phillips (ed. Kersey), "Continent Cause of a Distemper, is that on which the Disease depends so immediately, that it continues so long as that remains, and ceases when the said Cause is remov'd. (1706)"
  1386.   (1706.2) Phillips (ed. Kersey), "Track, a Foot-print, or Foot&dubh.step, the rut of a Coach-wheel, the run of a Ship, a Mark that remains of any thing. (1706)"
  1387.   (1706.3) Phillips (ed. Kersey) s.v. Tower, "*Hollow Tower (in Fortif.), a Rounding made of the remainder of two Brisures, to joyn the Courtin to the Orillon; where the Small-Shot are plac'd that they may not be too much expos'd to the Enemies View. (1706)"
  1388.   (1706.4) Phillips (ed. Kersey), "Charged Cylinder..that part which receives the Charge of Powder and Shot..Vacant Cylinder, that part of the Hollow which remains empty, when the Gun is Charg'd. (1706)"
  1389.   (1706.5) Phillips s.v. Number, "Prime, Simple, or Incomposit Number..is a Number, which can only be measur'd or divided by it self, or by Unity, without leaving any Remainder. (1706)"
  1390.   (1706.6) Prior Ode to Queen xix, "Nought done the Hero deem'd, while ought undone remain'd. (1706)"
  1391.   (1706.7) Prior Ode to the Queen xix, "Nought done the Hero deem'd, while ought undone remain'd. (1706)"
  1392.   (1706.8) Phillips (ed. Kersey), "Multiplee, is a greater Number that contains a less, a certain Number of Times without any Remainder. (1706)"
  1393.   (1706.9) Phillips (ed. Kersey), "Co-versed Sine (in Geom.) is the remaining part of the Diameter of a Circle after the Versed Sine is taken from it. (1706)"
  1394.   (1706.10) Phillips (ed. Kersey), "Tripartient, any Number that divides another into three equal Parts, without any Remainder. (1706)"
  1395.   (1706.11) W. Jones Syn. Palmar. Matheseos 16 "If the Subducend be taken from the Minuend, there rests the Remainder. (1706)"
  1396.   (1707.1) Floyer Physic. Pulse-Watch 129 "The Pulse in the Catoche remain'd entire. (1707)"
  1397.   (1707.2) Luttrell Brief Rel. (1857) VI. 189 "The remainder of the equivalent money for Scotland is to be sent thither next Tuesday in specie and bank bills. (1707)"
  1398.   (1707.3) Mortimer Husb. A 2 b, "The detecting of specious and prevailing Errors,..so as to clear the way to what remains undiscovered. (1707)"
  1399.   (1707.4) Mortimer Husb. 267 "The part of the Corn which it passeth not, will remain unmalted, the rest will be perfect Malt. (1707)"
  1400.   (1707.5) Sloane Jamaica I. p. xlv, "The Marc or remainder of the Sugar Canes after the juice is squeezed out. (1707)"
  1401.   (1707.6) Sloane Jamaica I. p. xlv, "It was the custom to burn their Trash, which is the..remainder of the Sugar Canes after the juice is squeezed out. (1707)"
  1402.   (1707.7) Curios. in Husb. &. Gard. 53 "There is not Sap enough remaining to nourish the Leaves. (1707)"
  1403.   (1707.8) Lond. Gaz. No. 4317/2 "Part of their Troops..are to remain in Garison there; the rest are to go into Garison at Mantua. (1707)"
  1404.   (1708.1) Burnet Trav. (ed. 3) 225 "The vast Vaults..and the Remains of Antiquity, that are reserved in them. (1708)"
  1405.   (1708.2) J. Chamberlayne St. Gt. Brit. i. iii. ii. (1743) 158 "There are several Specimens yet remaining in the Cabinets of the Curious. (1708)"
  1406.   (1708.3) J. C. Compl. Collier (1845) 43 "The Remainder of four Yards is left for a Pillar to support the Roof and Weight of the Earth above. (1708)"
  1407.   (1708.4) J. Philips Cyder ii. 106 "Water will imbibe The small Remains of Spirit, and acquire A vinous Flavour. (1708)"
  1408.   (1708.5) J. Chamberlayne St. Gt. Brit. i. ii. xiii. (1743) 123 "The Tally being cloven asunder..one Part thereof, called the Stock, is delivered to the Party that pays the money, and the other part, called Counter&dubh.stock, or Counterfoil remains with them. (1708)"
  1409.   (1708.6) Keill Anim. Secret. 179 "The Remainder doubled gives 186 the Sublevation of the Weight Z. (1708)"
  1410.   (1708.7) Kersey, "Complement of the Courtin..the Remainder of the Courtin after its Flank is taken away. Complement of the Line of Defence, is the Remainder of the Line of Defence, after you have taken away the Angle of the Flank. (1708)"
  1411.   (1708.8) Stanhope Paraphr. (1709) IV. 67 "To remove all Remains of Unbelief and Doubt. (1708)"
  1412.   (1708.9) Termes de la Ley 248, "Diminution, is when the Plaintiff or Defendant in a Writ of Error alledges..that part of the Record remains in the Inferiour Court not certifyed, and prays that it be certifyed by Certiorari. (1708)"
  1413.   (1709.1) J. Ward Introd. Math. ii. ii. §.2 (1734) 150, "a &min. b Taken from a + b Leaves + 2b for the Remainder. (1709)"
  1414.   (1709.2) Pope Ess. Crit. 444 "Scotists and Thomists now in peace remain Amidst their kindred cobwebs in Duck-lane. (1709)"
  1415.   (1709.3) Pope Ess. Crit. 244 "Scotists and Thomists now in peace remain Amidst their kindred cobwebs in Duck-lane. (1709)"
  1416.   (1709.4) Steele Tatler No. 86 &page.3, "I met him with all the respect due to so reverend a vegetable; for you are to know, that is my sense of a person who remains idle in the same place for half a century. (1709)"
  1417.   (1709.5) Steele Tatler No. 179 &page.8 "What Ground remains..is flagged with large Quarries of white Marble. (1709)"
  1418.   (1709.6) Steele Tatler No. 179 &page.8 "What Ground remains..is flagged with large Quarries of white Marble. (1709)"
  1419.   (1709.7) Strype Ann. Ref. (1824) I. vii. 154 "If they themselves held together, and remained incompliant with the steps that were taking, the Queen must be forced to keep them in the church. (1709)"
  1420.   (1709-29.1) V. Mandey Syst. Math., Arith. 4 "A Number is said to measure a Number, when one so exactly divides the other, that nothing remains. (1709-"
  1421.   (1709-29.2) V. Mandey Syst. Math., Arith. 17 "The Remainer being subscribed under the line drawn. (1709-"
  1422.   (1709-29.3) V. Mandey Syst. Math., Arith. 6 "A number that measures the whole, and that which is taken away, will also measure the remainder. (1709-"
  1423.   (1709-29.4) V. Mandey Syst. Math., Arith. 13 "The Remainer added to the Subducend, if the Sum makes the Minorand, 'tis right. (1709-"
  1424.   (1710.1) J. Harris Lex. Techn. II. s.v., "After Tin from the burnt Ore is melted down and remelted, there will sometimes remain a different Slugg in the bottom of the Float, this they call Mount-Egg. (1710)"
  1425.   (1710.2) London &. Wise Compl. Gard. (1719) 136 "The Cock spur, or dry dead parts of Branches that remain where a Branch was shorten'd above the next Eye or Shoot. (1710)"
  1426.   (1710.3) Prideaux Orig. Tithes iv. 170 "This grant shall remain firm, and immutable. (1710)"
  1427.   (1710.4) Lond. Gaz. No. 4702/2 "The Powder, small Ball, and small Arms remaining in the Garrisons. (1710)"
  1428.   (1710.5) Lond. Gaz. No. 4735/4 "Then to Trustees to preserve the Contingent Remainders. (1710)"
  1429.   (1710.6) Lond. Gaz. mmmmdccviii/2 "The remaining 12,500 Arms not already contracted for. (1710)"
  1430.   (1711.1) Addison Spect. No. 25. &page.2 "As for the remaining Parts of the Pound, I keep no accompt of them. (1711)"
  1431.   (1711.2) Ken Hymnotheo Poet. Wks. 1721 III. 30 "*Pastorless the Flock remain'd. (1711)"
  1432.   (1711.3) Ken Edmund Poet. Wks. 1721 II. 321 "It was impossible the Beast to rein, While *trumpetless the Pagans did remain. (1711)"
  1433.   (1711.4) Ken Hymn. Poet. Wks. 1721 II. 143 "Whether God hears the Pray'rs of Saints or not,..God unreproachable remains. (1711)"
  1434.   (1711.5) Ken Anodynes Poet. Wks. 1721 III. 477 "While I thy Holocaust remain. (1711)"
  1435.   (1711.6) Ken Hymnotheo Poet. Wks. 1721 III. 237 "As a chast Dove..For her dead Mate a lively Love retains, And in continued Languishment remains. (1711)"
  1436.   (1711.7) Ken Hymnarium Poet Wks. 1721 II. 31 "Decreed Contingents they remain, Not link'd in any fatal Chain. (1711)"
  1437.   (1711.8) Ken Hymnotheo Poet. Wks. 1721 III. 212 "Hymnotheo's Soul, which while he slept remain'd From its Organick Drudgery unchain'd. (1711)"
  1438.   (1711.9) Ken Hymns Evang. Poet. Wks. 1721 I. 171 "There each good Soul remains in Widdow'd State, In Longings till remarried to its Mate. (1711)"
  1439.   (1711.10) Luttrell Brief Rel. (1857) VI. 704 "To pay down..half of that as a depositum for the remaining parts. (1711)"
  1440.   (1711.11) Luttrell Brief Rel. (1857) VI. 695 "There was remaining..of the *charity money gathered..upwards of 2000&pstlg.. (1711)"
  1441.   (1711.12) Luttrell Brief Rel. (1857) VI. 695 "There was remaining in the chamber of London of the charity mony gathered for them upwards of 2000&pstlg.. (1711)"
  1442.   (1711.13) Pope Temple Fame 486 "Some [lies] to remain, and some to perish soon; Or wane and wax alternate like the moon. (1711)"
  1443.   (1711.14) Prior Henry &. Emma 616 "Rescue my poor remains from vile neglect. (1711)"
  1444.   (1711.15) Shaftesb. Charac. (1737) III. 337 "There are further miracles remaining for 'em to perform, e'er they can in modesty plead the apostolick or messenger-authority. (1711)"
  1445.   (1711.16) Shaftesb. Charac. III. Misc. iv. i. 194 "The Question is, `What constitutes the We or I?' And, `Whether the I of this instant, be the same with that of any instant proceding, or to come.'.. So that the same successional We or I must remain still, on this account, undecided. (1711)"
  1446.   (1711.17) Shaftesb. Charac. (1737) I. 224 "Let a nation remain ever so rude or barbarous, it must have its poets, rhapsoders, historiographers. (1711)"
  1447.   (1711.18) Fingall MSS. in 10th Rep. Hist. MSS. Comm. App. V. 131 "They had orders to remain at the nigher end of the four mile pass. (1711)"
  1448.   (1711.19) Lond. Gaz. No. 4940/1 "All the Fleet is return'd.., except six Sultans and two Gallies remaining with the Captain-Basha. (1711)"
  1449.   (1711.20) Lond. Gaz. No. 4946/3 "The several Quantities of Tin..remaining undisposed. (1711)"
  1450.   (1711.21) Phil. Trans. XXVII. 351 "The remaining Ranatr&ae.aeig;, or *Froghoppers. (1711)"
  1451.   (1711.22) in 10th Rep. Hist. MSS. Comm. App. v. 113 "The Jewes..remained so stupendiously incredulous, that they putt him to death for an imposter. (1711)"
  1452.   (1712.1) Addison Spect. 536 &page.1 "She delivered the remaining part of her Message, and with&dubh.drew. (1712)"
  1453.   (1712.2) Blackmore Creation vi. 282 "Each vital speck, in which remains Th'entire, but rumpled, animal. (1712)"
  1454.   (1712.3) Blackmore Creation vi. 282 "Each vital Speck, in which remains Th' entire, but rumpled Animal. (1712)"
  1455.   (1712.4) Blackmore Creation iv. 9 "If dread of death still unsubdued remains. (1712)"
  1456.   (1712.5) J. James tr. Le Blond's Gardening 121 "You may fill up the Holes to the Level of the Ground.., to take up the Earth that may possibly remain to be disposed of. (1712)"
  1457.   (1712.6) Pope 1st. Ep. Miss Blount 42 "Still in constraint your suff'ring Sex remains, Or bound in formal, or in real chains. (1712)"
  1458.   (1712.7) Pope Messiah 107 "But fix'd his word, his saving pow'r remains. (1712)"
  1459.   (1712.8) Pope 1st Ep. to Miss Blount 41 "Still in constraint your suff'ring sex remains, Or bound in formal, or in real chains. (1712)"
  1460.   (1712.9) S. Sewall Diary 29 Feb., "I ask'd the Govr. to take a Copy of it: He said No, It should remain yet in Petto..and put it in his Pocket. (1712)"
  1461.   (1712.10) T. Brown etc. Scarron's Wks. 7 "He would not suffer the miserable Remains of a scatter'd Company of Strollers to lodge in an Inn; but brought them to his own House, where the Carter having laid down the Strolling Furniture, return'd Home. (1712)"
  1462.   (1712.11) Lond. Gaz. No. 5015/1 "There are Seven Cardinals still remaining in Petto, whose Names the Pope keeps Secret. (1712)"
  1463.   (1712.12) tr. Pomet's Hist. Drugs I. 56 "The Oil of Sugar that remains after Rectification. (1712)"
  1464.   (1712-14.1) Pope R. Lock v. 29 "What then remains but well our pow'r to use..? " (1712-"
  1465.   (1712-14.2) Pope Rape Lock iv. 154 "Oh had I rather un&dubh.admir'd remain'd In some lone isle, or distant Northern land. (1712-"
  1466.   (1712-4.1) Pope Rape Lock v. 5 "Not half so fix'd the Trojan could remain, While Anna begg'd. (1712-"
  1467.   (1713.1) Addison Cato iii. vii, "Still there remains an after-game to play. (1713)"
  1468.   (1713.2) Addison Cato ii. v. 80 "To shed the slow remains, His last poor ebb of blood, in your defence. (1713)"
  1469.   (1713.3) Mrs. Centlivre Wonder ii. i, "What proof remains ungiven of his love? " (1713)"
  1470.   (1713.4) Pope Let. to Addison 14 Dec., "'Tis enough to make one remain stupify'd in a poize of inaction. (1713)"
  1471.   (1713.5) Pope Winds. For. 301 "Old warriors whose ador'd remains In weeping vaults her hallow'd earth contains. (1713)"
  1472.   (1713.6) Rowe Jane Shore v, "Oh! bestow Some poor remain, the voiding of thy table, A morsel to support my famish'd soul. (1713)"
  1473.   (1713.7) Young Last Day iii. 68 "Yet still some thin remains of fear and doubt, Th' infected brightness of their joy pollute. (1713)"
  1474.   (1713.8) Young Last Day iii. 159 "Ten thousand thousand fathoms still remain. (1713)"
  1475.   (1714.1) Cunn Treat. Fractions 51 "The Quote is that part of the Answer that is of that Name; then reduce the Remainder to the next inferior Name. (1714)"
  1476.   (1714.2) Mandeville Fab. Bees (1724) I. 19 "Those, that remain'd,..when they paid their *Tavern Score, Resolv'd to enter it no more. (1714)"
  1477.   (1714.3) Mandeville Fab. Bees (1733) II. 224 "No female of twelve would be refractory, if applied to; or remain long uncourted, if there were men. (1714)"
  1478.   (1714.4) Fr. Bk. of Rates 400 "Arrest of the King's Council, for levying of 30 Sols per 100 upon all Cheese from Foreign Parts, except from England and Holland, which remains prohibit. (1714)"
  1479.   (1715.1) Burnet Own Time (1724) I. 809 "In the case of lunaticks, the right still remained in him: Only the guardianship, or the exercise of it, was to be lodged with a Prince Regent. (1715)"
  1480.   (1715.2) Burnet Own Time (1766) I. 247 "Scarce any prints of what he had been remained. (1715)"
  1481.   (1715.3) Leoni Palladio's Archit. (1742) II. 8 "This prospect is call'd Peripteros, that is, wing'd round.., the same round-wing'd prospect remaining..to every one that saw the Temple in flank. (1715)"
  1482.   (1715.4) Leoni Palladio's Archit. (1742) I. 82 "The Banks are exposed to be wash'd away by the Waters, whence the Bridge in such a case would become destitute of Land-tyes, and remain an Island. (1715)"
  1483.   (1715.5) M. Davies Athen. Brit. I. Pref. 12 "Those two Clementin Epistles..wherewith..Cotelerius frontispiec'd his Collection of Apostolick Remains. (1715)"
  1484.   (1715.6) Pennecuik Wks. (1815) 121 (E.D.D.), "In trenching the ground for a garden was discovered another tomb, kisti-vaen..of five flags, without an urn, or any remains of bones. (1715)"
  1485.   (1715.7) Pope Iliad ii. 213 "Shall beauteous Helen still remain unfreed? " (1715)"
  1486.   (1715.8) Pope Iliad i. 82 "'Tis time to save the few remains of war. (1715)"
  1487.   (1715.9) Lond. Gaz. No. 5307/2 "Commissioners for disposing so much of the Equivalent Mony payable to Scotland as remains yet unapplied. (1715)"
  1488.   (1716.1) Lady M. W. Montagu Let. to C'tess Mar 21 Nov., "She..remains still inflexible, either to threats or promises. (1716)"
  1489.   (1716.2) M. Davies Athen. Brit. 238 "There remains scarce anything now of all their Factions and Frothy Eventilations or Productions of any kind. (1716)"
  1490.   (1716.3) M. Davies Athen. Brit. III. Diss. Physick 37 "There's nothing now remaining of those Sylvestrian Herbalists. (1716)"
  1491.   (1716.4) M. Davies Athen. Brit. II. 53 "His Motto-Pamphlet still remaineth in each Window, Misericordias Domini in &ae.aeig;ternum Cantabo. (1716)"
  1492.   (1716.5) Pope Iliad v. 395 "Nor Sthenelus, with unassisting hands, Remain'd unheedful of his lord's commands. (1716)"
  1493.   (1716.6) Pope Basset-Table 76 "But of what marble must that breast be form'd, To gaze on Basset, and remain unwarm'd? " (1716)"
  1494.   (1716.7) Prideaux O. &. N. Test. Connected i. iii. (1718) I. 140 "The remainder of this sect still subsists in the east under the same name of Sabians... That which hath given them the greatest credit among the people of the east is, that the best of their astronomers have been of this sect... For the stars being the gods they worshipped, they made them the chief subject of their studies. (1716)"
  1495.   (1716.8) Pope Lett. (1735) I. 290 "Chagrins, more than their small Remain of Life seem'd destin'd to undergo. (1716)"
  1496.   (1716.9) South Serm. X. vi. (R.), "All other things..remaining inviolately the same under both covenants. (1716)"
  1497.   (1716.10) South Serm. (1842) III. 522 "As long as the old ferment remains unthrown out, a man cannot be safe. (1716)"
  1498.   (1717.1) Berkeley Tour in Italy 19 Jan. Wks. 1871 IV. 527 "Hard by we saw the remains of the circus of Sallustius. (1717)"
  1499.   (1717.2) Bolingbroke Let. to Sir W. Windham (1753) 69 "When..she took the resolution of laying him aside, there was a strength still remaining sufficient to have supported her government. (1717)"
  1500.   (1717.3) Berkeley Tour in Italy Wks. 1871 IV. 526 "What remains is a decagonal building. (1717)"
  1501.   (1717.4) Berkeley Jrnl. Tour Italy Wks. 1871 IV. 532 "A great quadrangular portico.., whereof the substructions only now remain. (1717)"
  1502.   (1718.1) Lady M. W. Montagu Let. to C'tess of Mar 10 Mar., "She had the remains of a fine face..more decayed by sorrow than time. (1718)"
  1503.   (1718.2) Lady M. W. Montague Lett. II. xlix. 57, "I conjecture them to be the remains of that city. (1718)"
  1504.   (1718.3) Prior Henry &. Emma 616 "Rescue my poor Remains from vile Neglect. (1718)"
  1505.   (1718.4) Prior Solomon i. 199 "Untam'd and fierce the Tiger still remains. (1718)"
  1506.   (1718.5) Prior Pict. Seneca Dying 11 "While unhurt, divine Jordain, Thy Work and Seneca's remain. (1718)"
  1507.   (1718.6) Entertainer xix. 129 "Religion is upon the Languish, and only the Ghost of Godliness remains. (1718)"
  1508.   (1718.7) Freethinker No. 101. 327, "I shall endeavour at a close Translation of the Remainder. (1718)"
  1509.   (1718.8) Illustr. Modern 19, "I depend on your mighty Talent,..and on that Score, remain, Most Lovingly Yours. (1718)"
  1510.   (1719.1) De Foe Crusoe i. (Globe) 129 "Many a weary Stroke it [sc. the boat] had cost, you may be sure; and there remained nothing but to get it into the Water. (1719)"
  1511.   (1719.2) J. T. Phillipps tr. Thirty-four Confer. p. xvi, "That..no ancient Indian Apostolical Monuments might remain in those Parts to reflect Reproach upon Romish Novels. (1719)"
  1512.   (1719.3) Steele Plebeian No. 4 ad fin., "Sitting out the remainder of the septennial term. (1719)"
  1513.   (1719.4) W. Wood Surv. Trade 144 "We have a Balance..to the value of 1,750,000l. which centers and remains among us. (1719)"
  1514.   (1719.5) W. Wood Survey Trade 217 "While Spain remains an independant Nation,..we may always hope to maintain..our Trade to that Kingdom, and vent our Manufactures in the Indies. (1719)"
  1515.   (1720.1) De Foe Life Duncan Campbell (1841) 44 "If many do remain infidels to my relations. (1720)"
  1516.   (1720.2) Ld. Chanc. Parker in W. P. Williams Chancery Cases (1740) I. 517 "It was a strange Construction to take Pains by a Strain in Law, to place a Remainder in Fee in Nubibus. (1720)"
  1517.   (1720.3) Pope Let. to Buckingham Wks. 1737 VI. 110 "There is yet a small subsistance left them [sc. rats] in the few remaining books of the Library. (1720)"
  1518.   (1720.4) Strype Stow's Surv. (1754) I. i. xxxi. 329/2 "Meeting with such a choice remain of this brave London merchant I could not but for his lasting Honour publish it in this place. (1720)"
  1519.   (1720.5) S. Parker Bibl. Biblica (Gen. xix. 25) I. 424 "The frightful Effects which this Exustion [of Sodom and Gomorrah] left are still remaining. (1720)"
  1520.   (1720.6) Strype Stow's Surv. (1754) II. v. xvii. 367/2 "Directors..applied themselves to take in the remainder of the Annuities and Redeemables. (1720)"
  1521.   (1720.7) Humourist 49 "The Indolent remains in Suspense and Anguish. (1720)"
  1522.   (1721.1) Amherst Terr&ae.aeig; Fil. No. 6 (1726) 30 "The king's friends remain still unredress'd, and the king's honour unrepair'd to this day. (1721)"
  1523.   (1721.2) A Malcolm Treat. Mus. 446 "It now remains to shew, how to modulate from one Key to another, so that the Transitions may be easy and natural. (1721)"
  1524.   (1721.3) Bailey, "Just Divisors are such Numbers or Quantities which will divide a given Number or Quantity, so as to leave no Remainder. (1721)"
  1525.   (1721.4) Strype Eccl. Mem. II. ii. v. 287 "The king had sent him [Barnaby Fitz-Patric] thither to remain in his [the French king's] court to learn fashions. (1721)"
  1526.   (1721.5) Strype Eccl. Mem. I. 33 "So that doubt remaineth not [sic] unabsolved. (1721)"
  1527.   (1721.6) in N. Carolina Col. Rec. 422 "The remaining 3800 Indians are the Cherokees. (1721)"
  1528.   (1722.1) De Foe Plague (1884) 298 "The Quarel remain'd, the Church and the Presbyterians were incompatible. (1722)"
  1529.   (1722.2) Hamilton Wallace v. (1816) 73 "And sure while Scotia's enemies remain, Unnerving love should ever sue in vain. (1722)"
  1530.   (1722.3) Lisle Husb. (1757) 377 "There will remain a little stub at the end of the twig, which dries up. (1722)"
  1531.   (1722.4) Wodrow Hist. Suff. Ch. Scot. iii. viii. II. 449 "The Dogs would snook and smell about the Stones under which they were hid, and yet they remained undiscovered. (1722)"
  1532.   (1722.5) Wodrow Corr. (1843) II. 628 "It seems there are some secret remains of what we call school-fellowship, that have led him to a better opinion of my book than it deserves. (1722)"
  1533.   (1722.6) Wollaston Relig. Nat. ix. 198 "If you would permit me to use a school term, I would say the egoity remains. (1722)"
  1534.   (1722.7) Wollaston Relig. Nat. v. 92 "So universally and utterly abolishd, that no part, no vestigium of them should remain. (1722)"
  1535.   (1724.1) A. Collins Gr. Chr. Relig. 172 "Celsus, who seems the oldest Heathen author, whereof we have any remains. (1724)"
  1536.   (1724.2) Blackmore Treat. Consumptions 9 "An extra&dubh.ordinary Discharge of Flegmatick Matter,..while..the Substance of the Lungs remains sound. (1724)"
  1537.   (1724.3) De Foe Mem. Cavalier (1840) 200 "The..remains of his routed regiments. (1724)"
  1538.   (1724.4) Swift Drapier's Lett. Wks. 1755 V. ii. 38 "Until any point is determined to be a law, it remains disputable by every subject. (1724)"
  1539.   (1725.1) Bradley Fam. Dict. s.v. Planting, "The remainder of the Ground may be inter-sow'd with Ash-Keys. (1725)"
  1540.   (1725.2) Bradley Fam. Dict. II. s.v. Woodcock, "They remain all the Day..under the Leaves and amongst Cops. (1725)"
  1541.   (1725.3) Pope Odyss. viii. 358 "But there remain, ye guilty, in my pow'r, 'Till Jove refunds his shameless daughter's dow'r. (1725)"
  1542.   (1725.4) Pope Odyssey x. 551 "The cause remov'd, habitual griefs remain, And the soul saddens by the use of pain. (1725)"
  1543.   (1725.5) Pope Odyss. xix. 544 "Deep o'er his knee inseam'd, remain'd the scar. (1725)"
  1544.   (1725.6) Pope Odyss. iii. 322 "Fowls obscene dismember'd his remains. (1725)"
  1545.   (1725.7) Watts Logic ii. ii. §.6 "[Among] the second sort of compound Propositions..may be added continuatives; as, Rome remains to this day; which includes, at least, two propositions, viz. Rome was, and Rome is. (1725)"
  1546.   (1725.8) Lond. Gaz. No. 6397/2 "Several Burs, Remains of the Farcy. (1725)"
  1547.   (1725.9) Lond. Gaz. No. 6366/2 "All Goods..which shall have remained in His Majesty's Warehouse for Security of the Duties Twelve Months, the Subsidies and Duties not paid. (1725)"
  1548.   (1726.1) Ayliffe Parergon 74 "Unless he recus'd him as a suspected Judge, he ought to remain under his Jurisdiction. (1726)"
  1549.   (1726.2) Bailey (ed. 3), "A swank (at Bocking in Essex) that Remainder of Liquor at the Bottom of a Tankard, Pot or Cup, which is just sufficient for one Draught; which is not accounted good Manners to divide with the left Hand Man; and according to the Quantity is called either a large or a little Swank. (1726)"
  1550.   (1726.3) Cavallier Mem. iii. 242, "I wanted some Rest for the Remains of Winter. (1726)"
  1551.   (1726.4) J. Ayliffe Parergon Juris Canonici Anglicani 228 "The wife of one Bury was divorc'd from him upon the Score of Frigidity, it appearing that for three years after the Marriage she remain'd Virgo Intacta on the Account of the Husband's Impotency. (1726)"
  1552.   (1726.5) Pope Odyss. xxii. 350 "Still undishonour'd or by word or deed Thy house, for me, remains. (1726)"
  1553.   (1726.6) Pope Odyss. xvi. 36 "Severely chaste Penelope remains. (1726)"
  1554.   (1726.7) Swift Gulliver iii. i, "I took out my small Provisions, and, after having refreshed myself, I secured the Remainder in a Cave. (1726)"
  1555.   (1726.8) in Nairne Peerage Evidence (1874) 36 "Declareing if I do not exerce these faculties in my own time these presents shall remain a valed evident albeit not delivered by me. (1726)"
  1556.   (1726-46.1) Thomson Winter 182 "The..forest..sheds What of its tarnished honours yet remain. (1726-"
  1557.   (1727.1) Bradley Fam. Dict. s.v. Anemone, "[Sifting earth upon the bed] till..there remain only above ground the Fangs of these young Anemones. (1727)"
  1558.   (1727.2) Bradley Fam. Dict. s.v. Disbudding, "Peaches, Apricocks, etc. are..disbudded, that the remaining Branches may be the better preserv'd. (1727)"
  1559.   (1727.3) De Foe Syst. Magic i. iii. (1840) 76 "It remains a question here, by what power..the magicians of Egypt..in short mimicked or imitated the miracles of Moses and Aaron. (1727)"
  1560.   (1727.4) De Foe Syst. Magic i. ii. (1840) 38 "Yet this diminutive rank of sovereignty remained many ages in the world. (1727)"
  1561.   (1727.5) Swift Gulliver ii. i, "I..laid myself at full length upon the handkerchief, with the remainder of which he lapped me up to the head. (1727)"
  1562.   (1727.6) Minutes of Yearly Meeting of Soc. Friends 26 Mar. (J. Phillips, 1783), "Any person denied by a Monthly Meeting is adjudged as disowned by Friends and to stand and remain in that state, till by his repentance..he is reconciled to Friends, or reinstated in membership among them. (1727)"
  1563.   (1727-41.1) Chambers Cycl., "Passive prayer, in the language of mystick divines, is a total suspension, or ligature of the intellectual faculties, in virtue whereof the soul remains, of itself and as to its own power, impotent with regard to the producing of any effects. (1727-"
  1564.   (1727-41.2) Chambers Cycl. s.v., "The custom..of blessing gloves, in the coronation of the kings of France, is a remain of the eastern practice of giving possession with the glove. (1727-"
  1565.   (1727-41.3) Chambers Cycl. s.v., "This war lasted ten years; but at length the Titans were vanquished; Jupiter remained in peaceable possession of heaven, and the Titans were buried under huge mountains thrown on their heads. (1727-"
  1566.   (1727-41.4) Chambers Cycl. s.v. Caraite, "The Caraites themselves pretend to be the remains of the ten tribes led captive by Salmanassar. (1727-"
  1567.   (1727-46.1) Thomson Summer 35 "Thus to remain, Amid the flux of many thousand years. (1727-"
  1568.   (1727-51.1) Chambers Cycl. s.v., "There is also a kind of Excommunication by Inch of Candle; wherein, the time a lighted Candle continues burning, is allowed the sinner to come to repentance; but after which, he remains excommunicated to all intents and purposes. (1727-"
  1569.   (1727-51.2) Chambers Cycl. s.v., "All we have remaining of these contourniated medals, seem to have been struck about the same time. (1727-"
  1570.   (1727-51.3) Chambers Cycl. s.v. Gilding, "The work being thus far gilt, when dry, remains either to be burnished, or matted... To mat, is to give it a light lick in the places not burnished, with a pencil dipt in size. (1727-"
  1571.   (1727-51.4) Chambers Cycl. s.v., "Of all metals, gold and silver alone are fixed; i.e. on remaining a long time exposed to the most intense flame, they alone lose nothing of their weight. (1727-"
  1572.   (1727-52.1) Chambers Cycl. s.v. Printing, "When an omission is to be made..If it be but little, the compositor takes it out, and drives out the remaining matter. (1727-"
  1573.   (1728.1) Eliza Heywood tr. Mme. de Gomez's Belle A. (1732) II. 272 "To retire from Court; and in some safe and undisturb'd Retreat..pass the remainder of my days. (1728)"
  1574.   (1728.2) Pemberton Newton's Philos. 29 "All bodies have such an indifference to rest, or motion, that if once at rest they remain so [etc.]. (1728)"
  1575.   (1728.3) Ramsay Wks. (1848) III. 137 "Poor Pousies..bill'd the judge, that he wad please To give them the remaining cheese. (1728)"
  1576.   (1729.1) Savage Wanderer ii. 284 "Wrath yet remains, tho' strength his fabric leaves, And the meant hiss, the gasping mouth deceives. (1729)"
  1577.   (1729.2) Savage Wanderer iv. 137 "The trout, that deep, in winter, ooz'd remains, Up-springs. (1729)"
  1578.   (1729.3) Swift Direct. Servants, Butler, "You immediately teem out the remainder of the ale into the tankard. (1729)"
  1579.   (1729.4) Savage Wanderer iii. 12 "The Stars..faintglimm'ring with remains of day. (1729)"
  1580.   (1730.1) A. Gordon Maffei's Amphith. (1735) 305 "In Rome..not only have the Remains of ancient Painting been seen, but other genteel Ornaments of Stucco also. (1730)"
  1581.   (1730.2) A. Gordon Maffei's Amphith. 240 "Of these there is not the least Vestige remaining. (1730)"
  1582.   (1730.3) Burt Lett. N. Scotl. (1818) I. 140 "By the way, this police is still a great office in Scotland,..it is grown into disuetude, though the salaries remain. (1730)"
  1583.   (1730.4) T. Boston Life ix. (1908) 182 "God's calling me to the place remained clear, plain, and unbrangled. (1730)"
  1584.   (1730.5) T. Boston Mem. (1899) 286 "The people running away into it, so that the rump of the meeting seemed only to remain. (1730)"
  1585.   (1730.6) Act 3 Geo. II, c. 25 §.11 "The same Names shall be..returned to the former Box or Glass, there to be kept with the other Names remaining at that Time undrawn. (1730)"
  1586.   (1730.7) Phil. Trans. XXXVI. 295 "Of Touched Iron or Steel (or of Untouched, so long as it remains in a Posture which gives it Polarity). (1730)"
  1587.   (1731.1) Bailey, "Arrearances, Arrears, are the remainders of any rents or monies unpaid at the due time. (1731)"
  1588.   (1731.2) Medley tr. Kolben's Cape G. Hope II. 198 "Several hairs would remain in the *pock-frets. (1731)"
  1589.   (1731.3) Gentl. Mag. I. 118 "The whole income remaining to the Church is but 15, 20, or 30 l. Yearly; which is but a starving Support. (1731)"
  1590.   (1731.4) Hist. Litteraria III. 259 "Authors..whose Writings still remain unpublished in the Libraries of Rome, Venice, and Paris. (1731)"
  1591.   (1731.5) Hist. Litteraria III. 762 "Finding, that notwithstanding the great pains he had taken, many Controversies remained still undecided. (1731)"
  1592.   (1732.1) Berkeley Alciphr. II. 35 "After which [i.e. the flying off of the volatile salt or spirit] the Oil remains dry and insipid, but without any sensible diminution of its weight, by the loss of that volatile essence of the soul, that &ae.aeig;thereal aura. (1732)"
  1593.   (1732.2) Boston Crook in Lot (1805) 53 "He can raise the oldest sit-fast, concerning which there remains no hope with us. (1732)"
  1594.   (1732.3) J. Louthian Form of Process 267 "Which Act as yet remains unput to due Execution anent the forenamed Persons. (1732)"
  1595.   (1732.4) Pope Ep. Cobham 209 "Nature well known, no prodigies remain, Comets are regular, and Wharton plain. (1732)"
  1596.   (1732.5) Pope Ess. Man ii. 52 "Then see how little the remaining sum, Which serv'd the past, and must the times to come. (1732)"
  1597.   (1732.6) Swift (J.), "When we have sunk the only unengaged revenues left, our incumbrances must remain perpetual. (1732)"
  1598.   (1732.7) T. Boston Crook in Lot (1805) 117 "Their condition will be brought to the lowest pass, but the unhumbleness of their spirits will remain. (1732)"
  1599.   (1733.1) Cheyne Eng. Malady ii. viii. §.7 (1734) 202 "There remains nothing but to recruit the Solids weakened in the Struggle. (1733)"
  1600.   (1733.2) in G. W. Forrest Sel. Lett. Bombay Secr. 57 "That..the garrison of Seepoys shall become the subjects of the said Honble Company, and remain in their..service at the usual pay that is now paid to the garrison Seepoys of Bombay. (1733)"
  1601.   (1734.1) North Examen iii. vii. §.99 (1740) 581 "But see what false disingenuous Dealing here is to slobber over a base Business that will remain an eternal Shame to his Party. (1734)"
  1602.   (1734.2) Pope Let. to Swift 15 Sept., "I have scribled the remainder of this page full. (1734)"
  1603.   (1735.1) Pope Donne's Sat. iv. 42 "The suit..Was velvet in the youth of good queen Bess, But mere tuff-taffety what now remain'd. (1735)"
  1604.   (1735.2) Somerville Chase iii. 23 "The wily Fox remain'd A subtle pilf'ring Foe, prowling around In Midnight Shades. (1735)"
  1605.   (1735.3) Somerville Chase i. 59 "What remains On living Coals they broil. (1735)"
  1606.   (1735.4) Somerville Chase i. 59 "What remains On living Coals they broil, inelegant Of Taste. (1735)"
  1607.   (1735.5) Thomson Liberty ii. 404 "Scarce any trace remaining, vestige grey, Or nodding column..To point where Corinth, or where Athens stood. (1735)"
  1608.   (1736.1) Butler Anal. i. v. Wks. (1874) I. 101 "Such creatures..would for ever remain defectible. (1736)"
  1609.   (1736.2) Butler Anal. i. i. Wks. 1874 I. 20 "Men may lose their limbs, their organs of sense,..and yet remain the same living agents. (1736)"
  1610.   (1736.3) Butler Anal. i. i. 31 "This active power..remains unlessened. (1736)"
  1611.   (1736.4) Carte Ormonde I. 141 "Alnage was to remain as already settled by law. (1736)"
  1612.   (1736.5) Thomson Liberty iv. 120 "What Conflagrations, Earthquakes, Ravage,..succourless, and bare, the poor Remains Of Wretches forth to Nature's Common cast? " (1736)"
  1613.   (1736.6) T. Prince N. Eng. Chronol. ii. ii. 231 "The General Frame of Diocesan Episcopacy had no doubt remain'd untouched. (1736)"
  1614.   (1737.1) G. Smith Cur. Relat. I. iii. 417 "The while the Corps remains in the House, the Priest comes every Day to thurify it. (1737)"
  1615.   (1737.2) Pope Hor. Epist. ii. i. 137 "Or what remain'd so worthy to be read By learned Critics, of the mighty dead. (1737)"
  1616.   (1737.3) Pope Hor. Epist. ii. i. 215 "(Excuse some courtly stains) No whiter page than Addison's remains. (1737)"
  1617.   (1737.4) Pope Hor. Epist. ii. i. 216 "In our own [days]..No whiter page than Addison remains. (1737)"
  1618.   (1737.5) Pope Hor. Epist. ii. i. 215 "In our own [days] (excuse some Courtly stains) No whiter page than Addison remains. (1737)"
  1619.   (1737.6) Whiston Josephus, Hist. (1777) Pref. §.11 "More&dubh.over, what the Romans did to the remains of the war. (1737)"
  1620.   (1737.7) [S. Berington] G. de Lucca's Mem. (1738) 30 "We drove the Remainder headlong off the Deck. (1737)"
  1621.   (1738.1) Chambers Cycl. s.v. Rose-water, "The rose-leaves, remaining at the bottom of the still, are kept under the name of rose-cakes for a perfume. (1738)"
  1622.   (1738.2) C'tess Pomfret in J. Duncombe Lett. (1773) II. 124 "There are still some remains of that abdicated court. (1738)"
  1623.   (1738.3) G. Lillo Marina ii. i, "I vow'd..That all unsister'd shou'd this heir of mine Remain till she were marry'd. (1738)"
  1624.   (1738.4) Gray Propertius iii. 101 "A little Verse my All that shall remain. (1738)"
  1625.   (1738.5) Gray Tasso 31 "What length of sea remains, what various lands. (1738)"
  1626.   (1738.6) Johnson London 20 "Of dissipated wealth the small remains. (1738)"
  1627.   (1738.7) Warburton Div. Leg. I. 111 "The Genuineness of these Remains. (1738)"
  1628.   (1738.8) Warburton Div. Legat. I. 128 "It is indeed surprizing, that any Man who had attentively considered this admirable Remain, should think it the Forgery of a Sophist. (1738)"
  1629.   (1738.9) Common Sense II. 106 "The persons who remain behind un-nos'd will immediately..clap on their original Noses. (1738)"
  1630.   (1738.10) Lond. &. Country Brewer iii. (1743) 242 "Such Drink always remains so, notwithstanding their most accurate Attempts to the contrary. (1738)"
  1631.   (1739.1) Gray Let. to West 16 Nov., "This Carnival lasts only from Christmas to Lent; one half of the remaining part of the year is past in remembering the last, the other in expecting the future Carnival. (1739)"
  1632.   (1739.2) Labelye Short Acc. Piers Westm. Br. 33 "The Remainder being only common *Tide-work, has nothing worth relating. (1739)"
  1633.   (1739.3) Connect. Col. Rec. 230 "Being informed that a certain piece of land in the county of Windham..is not in any town but still remains a peculiar,..Be it enacted..That the said tract of land be annexed to the town of Voluntown. (1739)"
  1634.   (1740.1) W. Douglass Disc. Curr. Brit. Plant. Amer. 10 "In the following Years no more new Emissions, but some Re&dubh.emissions of the remainder. (1740)"
  1635.   (1740.2) Connect. Col. Rec. (1874) VIII. 320 "The remainder of the said thirty thousand pounds..shall be loaned out to particular persons. (1740)"
  1636.   (1740.3) Hist. Jamaica 321 "From the Boiler the Liquor is emptied into a Cooler, where it remains till it is fit to be potted. (1740)"
  1637.   (1741.1) Compl. Fam.-Piece ii. iii. 401 "Myrtles,..Meleanthus,..and such tender Greens as remain yet abroad. (1741)"
  1638.   (1741.2) Compl. Fam.-Piece ii. iii. 367 "Double Violets yet remain, Linaria's. (1741)"
  1639.   (1742.1) J. Love Cricket iii. 106 "The last two Champions even now are in, And but three Notches yet remain to win. (1742)"
  1640.   (1742.2) Richardson Pamela III. 93 "Pay the Thirty-five Pounds odd Money..; and the remaining Four Pounds odd will be a little Fund..towards the Childrens Schooling. (1742)"
  1641.   (1742.3) Lond. &. Country Brew. i. (ed. 4) 64 "A fresh Cask must be tapped..and the remaining Part of the other throw'd away. (1742)"
  1642.   (1742.4) Lond. &. Country Brew. i. (ed. 4) 11 "The Flour of the Grain will remain in its full Quantity. (1742)"
  1643.   (1743.1) J. Morris Serm. ii. 49 "If he remains uncharitable he is utterly unfit for heaven. (1743)"
  1644.   (1743.2) Kames Decis. Crt. Sess. 1730-52 (1799) 63 "There was no remaining vestige of any moveable effects. (1743)"
  1645.   (1743.3) Pope Last Will Wks. 1751 IX. 270 "All the residue and remainder to be considered as undisposed of, and to go to my next of kin. (1743)"
  1646.   (1743.4) Swinburne's Wills (ed. 6) 180 "Provided that if any of the Remainder Men alien the Land, his Estate shall cease. (1743)"
  1647.   (1744.1) Berkeley Siris §.344 "God remains for ever one and the same. (1744)"
  1648.   (1744.2) Harris Three Treat. i. (1765) 18 "And now then, continued he, as we have gone thus far, and have settled between us what we believe Art to be; shall we go a little farther, or is your Patience at an end? Oh! no, replied I, not if any thing be left. We have walked so leisurely, that much remains of our Way. (1744)"
  1649.   (1744.3) Hoyle Piquet iii. 28 "If the younger-hand has one Ace dealt him, what are the Odds of his taking in one or two of the three remaining Aces?" (1744)"
  1650.   (1744.4) Jacob Law Dict. (ed. 5) s.v. Voluntary, "Remainders limited in Settlements, to a Man's right Heirs, etc. are deemed Voluntary in Equity, and the Persons claiming under them are called Volunteers. (1744)"
  1651.   (1744.5) Pope Letters (L.), "I grieve with the old, for so many additional inconveniences and chagrins, more than their small remain of life seemed destined to undergo. (1744)"
  1652.   (1744.6) Act 17 Geo. II, c. 40 §.10 "There to remain without Bail or Mainprize, until Payment be made. (1744)"
  1653.   (1744.7) Med. Essays Soc. Edinb. V. ii. 793 "Sometimes after all the other Yaws are fallen off..there remains one large Yaw, high knobbed, red and moist; this is commonly called the Master-yaw. (1744)"
  1654.   (1744-50.1) W. Ellis Mod. Husb. IV. i. 15 "This Machine..will..fit the remaining Turneps for Hand-houghing. (1744-"
  1655.   (1745.1) Fortunate Orphan 22 "Where we remain'd ten Days..to recover ourselves of the Fatigues of the Journey. (1745)"
  1656.   (1745.2) in Picton L'pool Munic. Rec. (1886) II. 110 "A proportionable part of what remains unspent. (1745)"
  1657.   (1746.1) Hervey Medit. (1748) II. 8 "See! how languishingly it [the departing sunlight] trembles on the leafy Spire... The little Vivacity, that remains, decays every Moment..While I speak, it expires. (1746)"
  1658.   (1746.2) Hoyle Whist (ed. 6) 8 "The revoking Party..must remain at 9. (1746)"
  1659.   (1746.3) Smollett Reproof 113 "Did not his virtues eterniz'd remain. (1746)"
  1660.   (1746.4) Watson in Phil. Trans. XLIV. 741 "It remains now, that I endeavour to lay before you a Solution why our Bodies are so shocked in the Experiments with the electrified Water. (1746)"
  1661.   (1746.5) Wesley Wks. (1872) II. 21 "The other part [of the crowd] remained a little way off, and loured defiance. (1746)"
  1662.   (1746-7.1) Hervey Medit. (1767) I. 10 "These dumb Monitors..had received a Charge to preserve their Names, and were the remaining Trustees of their Memory. (1746-"
  1663.   (1747.1) J. Spence (title) "Polymetis: an Enquiry concerning the agreement between the works of the Roman Poets and the Remains of the Ancient Artists. (1747)"
  1664.   (1747.2) Mrs. Delany Life &. Corr. (1861) II. 481 "After the dinner is over the common people are let in to carry off all that remains..; you may imagine what a notable scramblement it occasions. (1747)"
  1665.   (1747.3) Smollett Regicide i. i. (1777) 6 "Remained unshaken by the enchanting lure Which vain ambition spread before his eye. (1747)"
  1666.   (1748.1) Anson Voy. i. i. 9 "The remaining [&pstlg.] 5000 they raised on bottomry bonds. (1748)"
  1667.   (1748.2) Earl Nugent To Mankind xviii, "For unreclaim'd, and untransfer'd, Her pow'rs and rights remain. (1748)"
  1668.   (1748.3) Earl Nugent To Mankind xviii, "Wise nature mocks th' wrangling herd; For unreclaim'd, and untransfer'd, Her pow'rs and rights remain. (1748)"
  1669.   (1748.4) Hartley Observ. Man ii. iv. 396 "The Corrupted Remains of some traditionary Revelation. (1748)"
  1670.   (1748.5) H. Walpole Lett. (1846) II. 217 "Dunkirk to remain as it is, on the land side; but to be Utrecht'd again to the sea. (1748)"
  1671.   (1748.6) Hartley Observ. Man i. iii. §.3. 373 "There generally remains a pleasing or displeasing Recollection or Resentment. (1748)"
  1672.   (1748.7) Hartley Observ. Man i. i. §.2. 57 "These remaining Sensations grow feebler and feebler, till they vanish. (1748)"
  1673.   (1748.8) Melmoth Fitzosborne Lett. lvii. (1749) II. 84 "While the impression of that national belief remained strong upon their minds. (1748)"
  1674.   (1748.9) Richardson Clarissa (1811) VI. viii. 38 "`Let me die here', were her words, remaining jointless and immovable. (1748)"
  1675.   (1748.10) Richardson Clarissa (1811) IV. xxxiv. 261 "He kissed my hand with such a savageness, that a redness remains upon it still. (1748)"
  1676.   (1748.11) Richardson Clarissa (1811) II. 205 "They all remained in the next parlour, a wainscot partition only parting the two. (1748)"
  1677.   (1748.12) Smollett R. Random xxiv. 164 "Another observing my wounds, which remained exposed to the air, told me, my seams were uncaulked. (1748)"
  1678.   (1748.13) Anson's Voy. iii. viii. 378 "He had not hands enough remaining to quarter a sufficient number to each great gun. (1748)"
  1679.   (1748.14) Anson's Voy. ii. iii. 153 "The six, who..remained in the barge, put off with her to sea. (1748)"
  1680.   (1749.1) Chesterf. Lett. (1792) II. 269 "And so I rest or remain, Yours &.c. (1749)"
  1681.   (1749.2) Fielding Tom Jones vii. xi, "Having now pretty well satisfied their Thirst, nothing remained but to pay the Reckoning. (1749)"
  1682.   (1749.3) Fielding Tom Jones vii. xv, "Northerton was desirous of departing and nothing remained for him but to contrive the quomodo. (1749)"
  1683.   (1749.4) H. Walpole Lett. H. Mann (1834) II. 267 "You found the whole garden..spread with tents which remained all night very commodely. (1749)"
  1684.   (1749.5) J. Gwyn Ess. on Design Pref. 6 "Westminster-abbey..was by no Means intended as a mere Golgotha for the Remains of the..Dead. (1749)"
  1685.   (1749.6) Lavington Enthus. Meth. &. Papists 11 (1754) 67 "Her dead Body was surprizingly beautiful and odoriferous..and it remains odorous and uncorrupt to this Day. (1749)"
  1686.   (1749.7) Lavington Enthus. Meth. &. Papists ii. (1754) 8 "Most of the Popish Saints dead bodies always remain odorous and uncorrupted. (1749)"
  1687.   (1749.8) Melmoth Fitzosborne Lett. xlviii. II. 13 "To prove, that the supreme being remains an uninterposing spectator of what is transacted upon this theatre of the world. (1749)"
  1688.   (1749.9) Smollett Regicide v. vii, "To the cold grave commit my pale remains! " (1749)"
  1689.   (1749.10) T. Gataker Le Dran's Operat. Surg. 101 "When an intestine is gangrened and remains unreduced. (1749)"
  1690.   (1750.1) Blanckley Nav. Expositor, "Mails, are made of Iron, and interwoven, not unlike a Chain; they are for rubbing off the loose Hemp which remains on Lines or white Cordage after it is made. (1750)"
  1691.   (1750.2) Chesterf. Lett. ccxv. (1792) II. 326 "Your studies, the respectable remains of antiquity. (1750)"
  1692.   (1750.3) Johnson Rambler No. 71 &page.14 "The few moments remaining are to be considered as the last trust of heaven. (1750)"
  1693.   (1750.4) Johnson Rambler No. 19 &page.15 "So much remains in the power of others, that reason is forced at last to rest in neutrality. (1750)"
  1694.   (1751.1) Chambers Cycl. s.v. Chain, "A gold chain..remains to the person after his being divested of that magistrature, as a mark that he has passed the Chair. (1751)"
  1695.   (1751.2) Chambers Cycl. s.v., "If urine, citron-juice, or spirit of vitriol, be cast on a green ribband, it becomes blue; by reason the yellow of the greening-weed is thereby exhaled and consumed; so that nothing but blue remains behind. (1751)"
  1696.   (1751.3) Chambers Cycl. s.v. Purlieu, "The greatest part of the new afforestations were still remaining. (1751)"
  1697.   (1751.4) Earl Orrery Rem. Swift (1752) 68 "The small remains of the shipwreckt fortune. (1751)"
  1698.   (1751.5) Earl Orrery Rem. Swift (1752) 83 "While there remained a sign-post painter in the world. (1751)"
  1699.   (1751.6) Eliza Heywood Betsy Thoughtless IV. 124 "For the sake of re-partaking the remainder of those dainties, which had been so highly praised at dinner. (1751)"
  1700.   (1751.7) Earl Orrery Remarks Swift (1752) 76 "From the same causes, Stella remained an unacknowledged wife. (1751)"
  1701.   (1751.8) Harris Hermes i. x. (1786) 184 "If we take away the assertion, and thus destroy the Verb, there will remain the Attribute and the Time, which make the Essence of a Participle. (1751)"
  1702.   (1751.9) Johnson Rambl. No. 169 &page.11 "The blotted manuscripts of Milton now remaining. (1751)"
  1703.   (1751.10) Johnson Rambler No. 159 &page.7 "Knowledge and virtue remain too long congealed by this frigorifick power. (1751)"
  1704.   (1751.11) Smollett Per. Pic. lxxxi, "He remained unshaken, unseduced, preserving his attachment for me. (1751)"
  1705.   (1751.12) Affect. Narr. of Wager 102 "A final Partition was this Day made of the remaining Flour. (1751)"
  1706.   (1752.1) Hume Ess. &. Treat. (1777) I. 330 "All water..remains always at a level. Ask naturalists the reason. (1752)"
  1707.   (1752.2) Hume Polit. Disc. v. (ed. 2) 83 "All water, wherever it communicates, remains always at a level. (1752)"
  1708.   (1752.3) Bk. Com. Prayer, To find Easter for ever, "Table to find Easter-Day, To find the Golden Number, or Prime, add one to the Year of our Lord, and then divide by 19; the remainder, if any, is the Golden Number. (1752)"
  1709.   (1753.1) Chambers Cycl. Supp. s.v., "A man is said to be bound or held in Body and goods; that is, he is liable to remain in prison; in default of payment. (1753)"
  1710.   (1753.2) Chambers Cycl. Supp. s.v., "The semi-diameter of a circle is a constant quantity; for while the absciss and semi-ordinates increase, it remains the same. (1753)"
  1711.   (1753.3) Chambers Cycl. Supp., s.v., "The remaining plants, which are the female Hemp, called by the farmer Karle-hemp, are to be left till Michaelmas. (1753)"
  1712.   (1753.4) Chambers Cycl. Supp., "Drabs, in the English salt works, a name given to a sort of wooden cases into which the salt is put, as soon as it is taken out of the boiling pan..Their bottoms are made..gradually inclining forwards; by which means the saline liquor that remains mixed with the salt easily drains out. In some places they use cribs instead of the Drabs. (1753)"
  1713.   (1753.5) Chambers Cycl. Supp. s.v., "In some churches remains of the Ambos are still seen. (1753)"
  1714.   (1753.6) Chambers Cycl. Suppl. s.v., "While the blea remains yet soft..it may maintain a feeble vegetation. (1753)"
  1715.   (1753.7) Franklin Lett. Wks. 1840 VI. 155 "Still the tube or whirl of air may remain entire. (1753)"
  1716.   (1753.8) Glover Boadicea i. i, "Come from your hills, ye fugitive remains Of shattered cohorts. (1753)"
  1717.   (1753.9) N. Torriano Gangr. Sore Throat 90 "The Inside of the Nose remained perfectly clear, and free, nor was there any running or draining from thence. (1753)"
  1718.   (1753.10) Shuckford Creation &. Fall 133 "Little Particles..which have..in the Maturation of Ages, remained sandy and sabulous..or become Rocks or Minerals. (1753)"
  1719.   (1753.11) Ward Rom. Inscr. in Phil. Trans. XLVIII. 345 "There are..no traces of the word sua now remaining;..which makes me suspect, there has been an erasement. (1753)"
  1720.   (1754.1) Edwards Freed. Will ii. vi. 60 "Ideas..don't remain so for any sensible Continuance. (1754)"
  1721.   (1754.2) Fielding J. Wild ii. x, "The storm was now entirely ceased, and nothing remained but the usual ruffling of the sea after it. (1754)"
  1722.   (1754.3) Richardson Grandison VII. xlii. 202 "A single woman..remains solitary and unheeded, in a busy bustling world; perhaps soured to it by her unconnected state. (1754)"
  1723.   (1754.4) Shebbeare Matrimony (1766) I. 79 "The Alloy, which was fluxed out of him, left so little of the Original remaining, that [etc.]. (1754)"
  1724.   (1754-64.1) Smellie Midwif. I. 193 "If the os uteri remains close shut. (1754-"
  1725.   (1755.1) Johnson, "Dock, the stump of the tail, which remains after docking. (1755)"
  1726.   (1755.2) Magens Insurances II. 111 "The Mate being unacquainted with the Voyage and declaring himself to be so, shall nevertheless be obliged to remain with the Ship, if the Master requires it. (1755)"
  1727.   (1755.3) S. Walker Serm. 5 "Deliver me from the Remainders of Corruption that dwell in me. (1755)"
  1728.   (1755.4) Smollett Quix. (1803) I. 233 "Bare I was born, and bare I remain. (1755)"
  1729.   (1755.5) Smollett Don Quix. (1803) IV. 139 "They threw down their staves, laid aside their rochets or mantles, so as to remain in their doublets. (1755)"
  1730.   (1755.6) Gentl. Mag. XXV. 33 "When the shells are distributed according to their proper classes and tribes, nothing remains but to remark their less essential differences, by which they are subdivided into genuses and species. (1755)"
  1731.   (1755.7) Mem. Capt. P. Drake i. 2 "The Family remained in peaceable possession of this Estate..until the War..when..they forfeited, and were driven to shift for themselves. (1755)"
  1732.   (1756.1) Burke Subl. &. B. i. iii, "When this remain of horror has entirely subsided. (1756)"
  1733.   (1756.2) Bullock in Phil. Trans. XLIX. 402 "Several pieces of minerals were dropped from the sides and roof, but all the shafts remained intire, without the least discomposure. (1756)"
  1734.   (1756.3) F. Home Exper. Bleaching 268 "There remained half a grain of powder that was undissolvable by the spirit. (1756)"
  1735.   (1756.4) F. Home Exper. Bleaching 89 "If..the oil of vitriol remains, in some parts, undiluted, the cloth is corroded into holes. (1756)"
  1736.   (1756.5) F. Home Exper. Bleaching 92 "Were this to happen on the surface of the cloth, the oil would remain; nor would the washing-mill afterwards be able to carry it off. (1756)"
  1737.   (1756.6) G. Washington Lett. Writ. 1889 I. 360 "While you remain..forted in, as if to defend yourselves were the sole end of your coming. (1756)"
  1738.   (1756.7) J. Warton Ess. Pope (1806) I. 21 "Those who have examined the New Forest can discover no mark or footstep of any other place of habitation..than what at present remains. (1756)"
  1739.   (1756.8) J. Warton Ess. Pope I. 9 (T.) "No original writer ever remained so unrivalled by succeeding copyists, as [Theocritus]. (1756)"
  1740.   (1756.9) Nugent Gr. Tour, Germany II. 98 "There are several cloysters remaining in this city, which are now secularized. (1756)"
  1741.   (1756.10) Connoisseur No. 115 &page.7 "A snip of hair, or the portrait of a cherry&dubh.cheeked gentleman,..are the only remaining proofs of those beauties. (1756)"
  1742.   (1756-7.1) tr. Keysler's Trav. (1760) III. 383 "St. Antony's remains is said continually to emit a most fragrant perfume, which is chiefly smelt at a crevice behind the altar. (1756-"
  1743.   (1756-7.2) tr. Keysler's Trav. (1760) III. 104 "Here lie the remains of Giacomo Sanseverini. (1756-"
  1744.   (1756-7.3) tr. Keysler's Trav. (1760) II. 310 "The niches still remaining shew, that this temple formerly contained the statues of the gods. (1756-"
  1745.   (1756-7.4) tr. Keysler's Trav. II. 131 "A person who, for the purification of his soul, ought to remain in Purgatory a hundred thousand years. (1756-"
  1746.   (1756-7.5) tr. Keysler's Trav. (1760) III. 97 "Here in one grave are deposited the remains of Constantia..and..her daughter. (1756-"
  1747.   (1757.1) A. Cooper Distiller i. i. (1760) 6 "Only a fixed husky matter remains. (1757)"
  1748.   (1757.2) Burke Abridgm. Eng. Hist. Wks. X. 184 "The Britons..shaved the beard on the chin, that on the upper lip was suffered to remain. (1757)"
  1749.   (1757.3) Burke Abridgm. Eng. Hist. Wks. 1842 II. 516 "The legates in Britain..remained unactive till it could be determined for what master they were to conquer. (1757)"
  1750.   (1757.4) E. Darwin Let. 24 Dec. in Life (1879) 22 "Here Time with his long Teeth had gnattered away the remainder of this Leaf. (1757)"
  1751.   (1757.5) Foote Author ii. (1777) 10/2 "If George remains as untainted by affluence, as he has been untempted by distress. (1757)"
  1752.   (1757.6) Gray Let. to Wharton 7 Oct., "The difficult part is now got over, and nothing now remains but to polish, and retouch a little. (1757)"
  1753.   (1757.7) J. Wesley Jrnl. 1 Aug. II. 421, "I did not dare to remain in their connexion. (1757)"
  1754.   (1757.8) Mrs. Griffith Lett. Henry &. Frances (1767) IV. 1 "'Tis a Remain of judicial Astrology. (1757)"
  1755.   (1757.9) W. Wilkie Epigoniad vii. 206, "I never will forsake thee, but remain While struggling life these ruin'd limbs retain. (1757)"
  1756.   (1757.10) Mem. Principal Trans. Last War 12 "The French inhabitants (whom for Distinction-sake I shall call Acadians)..were by the treaty allowed their option either to retire..or to remain there. (1757)"
  1757.   (1757.11) Monthly Rev. Sept., "C. Henderson, Bookseller, under the Royal Exchange, having purchased the remainder of the impression of the following very entertaining book..proposes to sell them for 4s. only. (1757)"
  1758.   (1757.12) tr. J. F. Henckel's Pyritologia 298 "That sort..yet remaining unvitriolized as the other [sc. white pyrites]. (1757)"
  1759.   (1758.1) J. Blake Plan Mar. Syst. 12 "They shall be allowed to complete the remainder of the aforesaid time of liberty. (1758)"
  1760.   (1758.2) J. Blake Plan Mar. Syst. 11 "He will have eight months wages remaining due to him, besides his *port-pay. (1758)"
  1761.   (1758.3) J. Dalrymple Ess. Feudal Property (ed. 2) 50 "The extent of the residue of the fief remaining undismembered. (1758)"
  1762.   (1758.4) J. S. tr. Le Dran's Observ. Surg. (1771) 355 "The external Malleol remained very large. (1758)"
  1763.   (1758.5) J. S. Le Dran's Observ. Surg. (1771) 95 "The small Remainder of the Tumour was unpainful. (1758)"
  1764.   (1758.6) J. Dalrymple Ess. Feudal Property (ed. 2) 84 "As in subfeus at first, the original vassal remained still liable for the services. (1758)"
  1765.   (1758.7) Reid tr. Macquer's Chym. I. 234 "As the fire carries off the most aqueous part, the other which remains in the retort increases in specific gravity. (1758)"
  1766.   (1758.8) Reid tr. Macquer's Chym. I. 395 "That portion of the Acid which remains unsaturated will dissolve the Mercury. (1758)"
  1767.   (1758.9) Smollett Hist. E. (1841) III. xxvi. 300 "They were obliged to hut their camp, and remain in the open fields till January. (1758)"
  1768.   (1758.10) Warburton Div. Legat. iv. §.6 II. 414 "The only place where they could remain, for so long a time, safe and unconfounded with the natives. (1758)"
  1769.   (1758.11) Misc. in Ann. Reg. 373/2 "The ingenious author tells us..the general's intention remains perdu. (1758)"
  1770.   (1759.1) Franklin Ess. Wks. 1840 III. 525 "The remainder of that day..was wasted in a vain discussion. (1759)"
  1771.   (1759.2) Franklin Ess. Wks. 1840 III. 525 "The remainder of that day was wasted..The next was a blank likewise. (1759)"
  1772.   (1759.3) H. Walpole Let. to Mann 13 Sept., "An opportunity of embrolling the little of Europe that remains unembroiled. (1759)"
  1773.   (1759.4) Miller Gard. Dict. (ed. 7) s.v. Tulipa 13 Q 4/1 "The Stripes should be small and regular, arising from the Bottom of the Flower, for if there are any Remains of the former self-coloured Bottom, the Flower is in Danger of losing its Stripes again. (1759)"
  1774.   (1759.5) Mills tr. Duhamel's Husb. i. iii. (1762) 5 "The plant would indeed die..: without earth, not even a skeleton of it would remain. (1759)"
  1775.   (1759.6) Robertson Hist. Scot. iii. Wks. 1813 I. 197 "The sixth article remained the only source of contest and difficulty. (1759)"
  1776.   (1759.7) Robertson Hist. Scot. vii. Wks. 1813 I. 485 "In some places scarce as many ministers remained as to perform the duties of religious worship. (1759)"
  1777.   (1759.8) Robertson Hist. Scot. (1813) II. viii. 43 "The whole transaction remained as impenetrably dark as ever. (1759)"
  1778.   (1759.9) Robertson Hist. Scot. iii. Wks. 1813 I. 167 "The spirit of Knox, however, still remained undaunted and erect. (1759)"
  1779.   (1759.10) Phil. Trans. LI. 377 "The leaves on each side of the foil were pierced, while the foil itself remained unpierced. (1759)"
  1780.   (1760.1) Johnson Idler No. 96 &page.1 "His martial achievements remain engraved on a pillar of flint. (1760)"
  1781.   (1760.2) Johnson Idler No. 100 &page.1 "There still remain many words among us undefined. (1760)"
  1782.   (1760.3) Hist. in Ann. Reg. 59/2 "The whole regular, and no small part of the provincial force, which remained in Canada. (1760)"
  1783.   (1760.4) in Weekly Reporter (1877) XXV. 470 "The said [allottees] shall street out the same way leading through their said respective allotments so that the same shall be made and ever after remain eleven yards broad at the least. (1760)"
  1784.   (1760-72.1) H. Brooke Fool of Qual. (1809) IV. 127 "Her..flesh remained..pure and untainted. (1760-"
  1785.   (1760-72.2) H. Brooke Fool of Qual. (1809) II. 99, "I summoned the chief medical artists, and got the precious remains..embalmed. (1760-"
  1786.   (1760-72.3) H. Brooke Fool of Qual. (1809) IV. 134 "The remaining time was spent in soliciting for me. (1760-"
  1787.   (1760-72.4) H. Brooke Fool of Qual. (1807) IV. 117 "They laid his remains in a plated coffin. (1760-"
  1788.   (1760-72.5) H. Brooke Fool of Qual. (1809) IV. 11 "All the..fond relations..must ever have remained, unblessing and as dead. (1760-"
  1789.   (1760-72.6) tr. Juan &. Ulloa's Voy. (ed. 3) I. 235 "I was obliged to remain in a cow-house on that mountain. (1760-"
  1790.   (1761.1) Pulteney in Phil. Trans. LII. 346 "A little tickling cough which had remained with him. (1761)"
  1791.   (1762.1) Falconer Shipwr. ii. 576 "The angle of lee-way, seven points, remain'd. (1762)"
  1792.   (1762.2) Foote Orator i. Wks. 1799 I. 205 "Gentlemen who have..rummaged the Highlands of Scotland and Ireland for the remains of Runic poetry. (1762)"
  1793.   (1762.3) Hume Hist. Eng. (1806) III. App. iii. 633 "Some remains of the ancient slavery of the boors and peasants. (1762)"
  1794.   (1762.4) Hume Hist. Eng. xiv. 129 "They..engaged the bishops..to pronounce him [Gavaston] excommunicate if he remained any longer in the kingdom. (1762)"
  1795.   (1762.5) Hume Hist. Eng. (1826) V. xli. 228 "Those who should remain beyond that time..should be guilty of treason. (1762)"
  1796.   (1762.6) Ann. Reg. i. 147/1 "What remained..were further reduced to half-price. (1762)"
  1797.   (1762.7) tr. Busching's Syst. Geog. V. 632 "Neumark remained still to the electorship. (1762)"
  1798.   (1762-71.1) H. Walpole Vertue's Anecd. Paint. (1786) IV. 106 "The domestic called a Gardiner..will remain the Gardiner, the projector I should propose to denominate a Gardenist. (1762-"
  1799.   (1763.1) A. B. Let. 7 May in Gentl. Mag. XXXIII. 246 "The question, Whether a Secretary of State can grant a general warrant against authors, printers, and publishers, without naming any names..remains yet to be determined. (1763)"
  1800.   (1763.2) Byrom Crit. Rem. Horace (R.), "When they take interpretating pains, Sometimes the difficulty still remains. (1763)"
  1801.   (1763.3) Byrom On Church Communion iii. ii, "Heartless, and tokenless if it remain, It ought to pass, in Strictness, for profane. (1763)"
  1802.   (1763.4) Mills Pract. Husb. IV. 162 "They must be re-transplanted on the ridges where they are to remain. (1763)"
  1803.   (1763.5) Mrs. F. Brooke Lady J. Mandeville (1782) II. 53 "This sacred deposit, this little remain of what their tender care had left me. (1763)"
  1804.   (1763.6) Scrafton Indostan iii. (1770) 102 "Demanded security for the payment of the remainder of the *treaty-money. (1763)"
  1805.   (1763.7) Act 4 Geo. III, c. i. 29 "The Monies so remaining unsatisfied, or not discharged. (1763)"
  1806.   (1763.8) Phil. Trans. LIII. 419 "There were still remaining several of the suckers..disposed along its *sickle-shaped Pinnul&ae.aeig;. (1763)"
  1807.   (1764.1) C. Hutton Syst. Pract. Arith. (1766) 72 "What remains after the tare is taken from the gross, may be called tare-suttle, if there be more deductions... What remains after tret is deducted, may be called tret-suttle, if there be any following deduction. (1764)"
  1808.   (1764.2) Goldsm. Trav. 142 "Nought remain'd..But towns unmann'd, and lords without a slave. (1764)"
  1809.   (1764.3) H. Walpole Otranto iv, "I will withdraw into the neighbouring monastery, and waste the remainder of life in prayers and tears for my child. (1764)"
  1810.   (1764.4) Museum Rust. III. 238 "Extracts from approved modern authors, of which many of the rusticated readers of this work would have remained ignorant. (1764)"
  1811.   (1764.5) Oxf. Sausage 56 "Dire Want of..chearful Candle (save the Make-Weight's Gleam Haply remaining). (1764)"
  1812.   (1764.6) Phil. Trans. LIV. 106 "A full digit of the Sun, or more, remained uneclipsed. (1764)"
  1813.   (1765.1) Blackstone Comm. I. i. 143 "There still remains a fourth subordinate right, appertaining to every individual, namely, the right of petitioning the king, or either house of parliament, for the redress of grievances. (1765)"
  1814.   (1765.2) Blackstone Comm. I. 217 "On her..the remainder of the crown, expectant on the death of king William..without issue, was settled by statute. (1765)"
  1815.   (1765.3) Blackstone Comm. I. viii. 292 "If they continue at sea, the law distinguishes them by the..appellations of jetsam, flotsam, and ligan. Jetsam is where goods are cast into the sea, and there sink and remain under water. (1765)"
  1816.   (1765.4) Douglas in Phil. Trans. LVIII. 187 "In almost every peat-moss, there are the remains of oak trees. (1765)"
  1817.   (1765.5) Sterne Tr. Shandy VIII. 51 "A plan..upon the lower corner of which..there is still remaining the marks of a snuffy finger and thumb. (1765)"
  1818.   (1765.6) Museum Rust. IV. 256 "The remaining part of the herb must be mowed close to the ground; after which it continueth to sprout out again. (1765)"
  1819.   (1765.7) Museum Rust. IV. 5 "There still are grass and weeds remaining, that will the next ploughing cause the furrows to be ropy. (1765)"
  1820.   (1765-8.1) Erskine Inst. Law Scot. ii. vi. §.33 (1773) 265 "It remains a doubt, whether the power of subsetting is implied in the nature of a tack, without a special clause. (1765-"
  1821.   (1766.1) Blackstone Comm. II. i. 9 "Property, both in lands and moveables, being thus originally acquired by the first taker,..it remains in him, by the principles of universal law, till such time as he does some other act which shews an intention to abandon it. (1766)"
  1822.   (1766.2) Blackstone Comm. II. 168 "Vested remainders..are where the estate is invariably fixed, to remain to a determinate person, after the particular estate is spent. (1766)"
  1823.   (1766.3) Blackstone Comm. II. xviii. 274 "Alienations by particular tenants, when they are greater than the law entitles them to make, and devest the remainder or reversion, are also forfeitures to him whose right is attacked thereby. (1766)"
  1824.   (1766.4) Blackstone Comm. II. xi. 166 "A lease at will is not held to be such a particular estate, as will support a remainder over. (1766)"
  1825.   (1766.5) Blackstone Comm. II. 381 "Here A and B have cross remainders by implication, and on the failure of either's issue, the other or his issue shall take the whole. (1766)"
  1826.   (1766.6) Blackstone Comm. II. 164 "This makes A tenant for years, with remainder to B for life, remainder over to C in fee. (1766)"
  1827.   (1766.7) Blackstone Comm. II. xii. 186 "If an estate is originally limited to two for life, and after to the heirs of one of them, the freehold shall remain in jointure, without merging in the inheritance. (1766)"
  1828.   (1766.8) Blackstone Comm. II. 164 "An estate then in remainder may be defined to be, an estate limited to take effect and be enjoyed after another estate is determined. (1766)"
  1829.   (1766.9) B. Martin Surv. by Goniometer 18 "There remains therefore only the Pantagraph to be described. (1766)"
  1830.   (1766.10) Blackstone Comm. II. 166 "The remainder-man is seised of his remainder at the same time that the termor is possessed of his term. (1766)"
  1831.   (1766.11) Blackstone Comm. ii. xii. 183 "The entire tenancy upon the decease of any of them remains to the survivors, and at length to the last survivor. (1766)"
  1832.   (1766.12) Cavendish in Phil. Trans. LVII. 100 "There is still a good deal of earth remaining in it in a neutralized state. (1766)"
  1833.   (1766.13) Cavendish in Phil. Trans. LVI. 178 "The air remaining unabsorbed in the inverted bottle of sope leys. (1766)"
  1834.   (1766.14) C. Leadbetter Royal Gauger (ed. 6) ii. ix. 333 "The Commissioners of the Customs are to pay into the Exchequer the remaining Part of the Produce of such Seizure made by the Officers of the Customs. (1766)"
  1835.   (1766.15) Goldsm. Vic. W. iii, "Out of fourteen thousand pounds we had but four hundred remaining. (1766)"
  1836.   (1766.16) J. Bartram Jrnl. 11 Feb. in Stork Acc. E. Florida 65 "There still remain..great trees girdled round to kill them, which are now very sound, tho' above 60 years since they were cut. (1766)"
  1837.   (1766.17) Porny Elem. Heraldry v. (1777) 140 "Had it not been for the singular conduct of this brave person, the King had then remained a prisoner. (1766)"
  1838.   (1766.18) Pennant Zool. (1768) I. 41 "Those remains which fossilists distinguish by the title of diluvian. (1766)"
  1839.   (1766.19) Pennant Zool. (1768) I. 41 "Remains which fossilists distinguish by the title of diluvian. (1766)"
  1840.   (1766.20) Pennant Zool. (1768) II. 424 "The Winter Mew..The gelatinous substance, known by the name of Star Shot, or Star Gelly, owes its origin to this bird,..being nothing but the half digested remains of earth-worms, on which these birds feed. (1766)"
  1841.   (1766.21) Smollett Trav. II. 228 "The remains of two galleries one over another; and two vomitoria or great gateways at opposite sides of the arena. (1766)"
  1842.   (1766.22) Compl. Farmer s.v. Hemp Z 4/2 "The seed..which remains in the heads of the hemp..is got out by combing the heads on the teeth of a ripple. (1766)"
  1843.   (1766.23) Compl. Farmer s.v. Malt, "Malt which has not had a sufficient time to shoot, so that its plume, or acrospire as the adepts in malting call it, may have reached to the inward skin of the barley, remains charged with too large a quantity of it's unattenuated oils. (1766)"
  1844.   (1766.24) Compl. Farmer s.v. Fence, "If they have proceeded from apple-kernels, they may remain ungrafted. (1766)"
  1845.   (1766.25) Phil. Trans. LVII. 125 "The nerves may..become incapable of conveying the commands of the will, and yet remain sufficiently capable of re-conveying sensible perceptions. (1766)"
  1846.   (1767.1) Blackstone Comm. II. 169 "Contingent or executory remainders are where the estate in remainder is limited to take effect, either to a dubious and uncertain person, or upon a dubious and uncertain event; so that the particular estate may chance to be determined, and the remainder never take effect. (1767)"
  1847.   (1767.2) Blackstone Comm. II. 183 "The remaining grand incident of joint-estates, viz. the doctrine of survivorship. (1767)"
  1848.   (1767.3) Blackstone Comm. II. 163 "Of expectancies there are two sorts; one..called a remainder; the other..called a reversion. (1767)"
  1849.   (1767.4) Blackstone Comm. II. 173 "That by this means a remainder may be limited of a chattel interest, after a particular estate for life created in the same. (1767)"
  1850.   (1767.5) Blackstone Comm. II. xii. 184 "While it [the joint-tenancy] continues, each of two joint-tenants has a concurrent interest in the whole; and therefore, on the death of his companion, the sole interest in the whole remains to the survivor. (1767)"
  1851.   (1767.6) Fordyce Serm. Yng. Wom. (ed. 4) II. x. 103 "His very senses, though remaining constitutionally the same, revolt. (1767)"
  1852.   (1767.7) Gooch Treat. Wounds I. 307 "In some parts of the skull, there is naturally very little Diplö.e, and in old subjects, scarce any remains. (1767)"
  1853.   (1767.8) H. Walpole Narr. Rousseau 133 "He changed the construction of the last phrase, though the thought remained exactly the same. (1767)"
  1854.   (1767.9) Junius Lett. xxxv. 166 "What..remains, but to leave it to the people to determine for themselves?.. They alone ought to determine. (1767)"
  1855.   (1768.1) Blackstone Comm. III. 448 "There may be also a bill of revivor, when the suit is abated by the death of any of the parties; in order to set the proceedings again in motion, without which they remain at a stand. (1768)"
  1856.   (1768.2) Goldsm. Good-n. Man iv. i, "He chuses to remain concealed. (1768)"
  1857.   (1768.3) H. St. John in Jesse Selwyn &. Contemp. (1843) II. 309, "I regret the badness of our climate, and the being obliged to pass the remainder of my life in [it]. (1768)"
  1858.   (1768.4) Tucker Lt. Nat. (1834) II. 281 "Charity, though shooting most vigorously from rational self-love, yet, when perfectly formed, has no tincture remaining of the parent root. (1768)"
  1859.   (1768.5) W. Musgrave Let. 12 Feb. in 15th Rep. R. Comm. Hist. Manuscripts App. vi. 241 in Parl. Papers 1897 (C. 8551) LI. i. 1 "But if they will be artful enough to throw their votes so as to choose one of your candidates, it is my opinion we ought to remain contented for the present. (1768)"
  1860.   (1768.6) Acad. of Play 83 "He who looks at the cards that remain in the Stock is beasted. (1768)"
  1861.   (1768.7) Woman of Honor II. 208, "I had chosen..my Aunt Clifford's..there to remain in recess for some time. (1768)"
  1862.   (1768.8) Woman of Honor II. 159 "No remains of her former notions of mis-alliance, interfere to lessen her present vexation. (1768)"
  1863.   (1768.9) in Extracts Minutes Yearly Meeting Friends, London (1783) 269 "This meeting directs, that the 11th query remain as it now stands. (1768)"
  1864.   (1768-74.1) Tucker Lt. Nat. (1834) I. 523 "Nor can [God] remain ignorant or inobservant of what impulses He gives. (1768-"
  1865.   (1768-74.2) Tucker Lt. Nat. (1834) I. 12 "The qualities of fire remain the same, whether you throw gold or clay into it; yet upon casting in the latter no liquefaction will ensue. (1768-"
  1866.   (1769.1) Blackstone Comm. IV. xxvii. 343 "The liberties of England cannot but subsist, so long as this palladium [trial by jury] remains sacred and inviolate. (1769)"
  1867.   (1769.2) Blackstone Comm. IV. 13 "If a man maliciously should put out the remaining eye of him who had lost one before, it is too slight a punishment for the maimer to lose only one of his. (1769)"
  1868.   (1769.3) Blackstone Comm. IV. xv. 219 "The other remaining offence, that of kid&dubh.napping, being the forcible abduction or stealing away of man, woman, or child from their own country, and selling them into another. (1769)"
  1869.   (1769.4) Bp. Wilton Inclos. Act 7 "A certain sheep-walk called *ewegang..the said ewegang shall remain. (1769)"
  1870.   (1769.5) Cook Voy. round World ii. ii. (1773) 311 "Those who remained in the canoes traded with our people very fairly. (1769)"
  1871.   (1769.6) Falconer Dict. Marine (1780), "Slack-water, the interval between the flux and reflux of the tide;..during which..the water apparently remains in a state of rest. (1769)"
  1872.   (1769.7) Falconer Dict. Marine (1789) "*Boat-Keeper, one of the rowers, who remains..to take care of any boat. (1769)"
  1873.   (1769.8) Falconer Dict. Marine (1780), "Rough-tree, a name given in merchant-ships to any mast, yard, or boom, placed as a rail or fence above the ship's side, from the quarter-deck to the fore-castle. It is, however, with more propriety, applied to any mast, &.c. which remains rough and unfinished. (1769)"
  1874.   (1769.9) J. Wesley Addr. Trav. Preachers, 4 Aug. Wks. 1872 XIII. 242 "Those who aim at anything but the glory of God..will not, cannot remain in the Connexion. (1769)"
  1875.   (1769.10) Lane in Phil. Trans. LIX. 220 "The clear liquor being decanted, the remainder was passed through a filter. (1769)"
  1876.   (1769.11) Priestley in Phil. Trans. LIX. 62 "The explosion..gave it [my hand] a violent jar, the effect of which remained, in a kind of tingling. (1769)"
  1877.   (1769.12) Robertson Chas. V, iii. Wks. 1813 VI. 100 "Charles remained six days in Paris. (1769)"
  1878.   (1769.13) Ann. Reg. 21 "The shattered remains of Prosorowski's army..were continually overlaid and oppressed by the Turkish cavalry. (1769)"
  1879.   (1769.14) De Foe's Tour Gt. Brit. (ed. 7) I. 161 "This ancient Remain is situated about a Quarter of a Mile to the right of the great Road leading from Rochester to Maidstone. (1769)"
  1880.   (1769-76.1) Falconer Dict. Mar., "Palm, paumet,..is formed of a piece of leather or canvas, on the middle of which is fixed a round plate of iron, of an inch in diameter, whose surface is pierced with a number of small holes, to catch the head of the sail-needle. The leather is formed so as to encircle the hand, and button on the back thereof, while the iron remains in the palm. (1769-"
  1881.   (1770.1) J. Banks Jrnl. 28 Apr. 264 "During this time, a few of the Indians [sc. Australian Aboriginals]..remained on the rocks opposite the ship, threatening and menacing with their pikes and swords. (1770)"
  1882.   (1770.2) Foote Lame Lover ii. Wks. 1799 II. 71 "Jack. But then how comes the note to remain in plaintiff's possession? Serj. Well put, Jack; but we have a salvo for that. (1770)"
  1883.   (1770.3) Goldsm. Des. Vill. 180 "Fools, who came to scoff, remained to pray. (1770)"
  1884.   (1770.4) Goldsm. Des. Vill. 180 "And fools who came to scoff, remain'd to pray. (1770)"
  1885.   (1770.5) Hasted in Phil. Trans. LXI. 164 "In the ancient forests of Kent..remain large old chesnut stubs or brocks. (1770)"
  1886.   (1770.6) Jortin Serm. (1771) I. iii. 41 "Whilst any spark of spiritual life remains. (1770)"
  1887.   (1770.7) Langhorne Plutarch (1879) I. 161/2 "The vestals remained a considerable time at C&ae.aeig;re..and hence those rites were called Ceremonies. (1770)"
  1888.   (1770.8) Langhorne Plutarch (1851) I. 293/1 "The poor remains of his father's routed forces. (1770)"
  1889.   (1770.9) Junius Lett. xxxvi. (1788) 190 "If you would hope to save the wretched remains of a ruined reputation. (1770)"
  1890.   (1770.10) New Disp. 538/2 "The sulphur..and the mercury..remain at the bottom..united into an ethiops. (1770)"
  1891.   (1771.1) Goldsm. Hist. Eng. I. 81 "Those [laws] which remain..under his name seem to be only the laws already practised in the country by his Saxon ancestors. (1771)"
  1892.   (1771.2) Goldsm. Hist. Eng. II. 227 "The king remained in his tent, awaiting the issue of the combat with female doubts and apprehensions. (1771)"
  1893.   (1771.3) Gray Dante 18, "I grop'd About among their cold Remains..often calling On their dear Names. (1771)"
  1894.   (1771.4) Luckombe Hist. Print. 1 "It long remained an undetermined point..concerning the place. (1771)"
  1895.   (1771.5) Mrs. Harris in Lett. Ld. Malmesbury (1870) I. 211 "You will remain at Madrid till the messenger with your remand arrives, and save yourself the fatigue of a double journey. (1771)"
  1896.   (1771.6) M. Raper Anc. Money in Phil. Trans. LXI. 480 "The silver Stater, or Tetradrachm, is the most common Attic coin now remaining. (1771)"
  1897.   (1771.7) Smollett Humph. Cl. III. 30 Sept., "Nothing remains but a naked circus of loose sand. (1771)"
  1898.   (1771.8) T. Percival Ess. (1777) I. 31 "If they remain unneutralised in the first passages, they will powerfully promote putrefaction. (1771)"
  1899.   (1771.9) Junius Lett. xlix. 257 "The remainder of the summer shall be dedicated to your amusement. (1771)"
  1900.   (1771.10) Junius Lett. xlix. 257 "The remainder of the summer shall be dedicated to your amusement. (1771)"
  1901.   (1771.11) Phil. Trans. LXI. 138 "In the forest of Kent,..there still remains several large old chesnut stubbs. (1771)"
  1902.   (1771.12) in E. H. Burton Life Challoner (1909) I. ix. 140 "The Bishop having unvested, remained kneeling. (1771)"
  1903.   (1771-2.1) Ess. fr. Batchelor (1773) II. 50 "With shaking nought remains but coals, To warm the riddler's breast. (1771-"
  1904.   (1772.1) Fearne Contingent Remainders (1791) 424 "It was agreed that such limitation was void as a contingent remainder, because there was no freehold to support it. (1772)"
  1905.   (1772.2) Nugent Hist. Friar Gerund II. 337 "Our inextollible Friar Gerund remained alone. (1772)"
  1906.   (1772.3) Pennant Tours Scotl. (1774) 207 "The islands still remained governed by powerful chieftains. (1772)"
  1907.   (1772.4) Wharton Newman's Verses, "Rare tidings for the wretch whose ling'ring score Remains unpaid, bocardo is no more. (1772)"
  1908.   (1772.5) Junius Lett. lxviii. (1788) 362 "It remains only to apply the law, thus stated, to the fact in question. (1772)"
  1909.   (1772-84.1) Cook Voy. (1790) IV. 1204 "The respective crews of both ships, remained as expressed in the two underwritten lists. (1772-"
  1910.   (1772-84.2) Cook Voy. (1790) V. 1726 "Remaining part some&dubh.what resembled the crest of their caps, or that which, in horses manes, is called hogging. (1772-"
  1911.   (1772-84.3) Cook Voy. (1790) VI. 2236 "Captain King..remained fast till the return of the boat. (1772-"
  1912.   (1773.1) A. Jones Art Skittle Playing 16 "The next in height and value [to the king or middle pin] were the four corner pins..these were called Dukes, Lords, and Nobles... These four counted for three each when tipped by the King or his consequents, but if by the bowl or any other from it, either of their own height or lower, they only counted for two each. The remaining four were called Common,..and counted for two each when tipped by the King, but by any other only one each. (1773)"
  1913.   (1773.2) G. White Selborne, To Pennant 9 Nov., "Wagtails, all sorts, remain with us all the winter. (1773)"
  1914.   (1773.3) Goldsm. 1st Epil. to `Stoops to Conq.', "And that our friendship may remain unbroken, What if we leave the Epilogue unspoken? " (1773)"
  1915.   (1773.4) J. Ross Fratricide iv. 528 (MS.), "His senses Yet undistraught remain. (1773)"
  1916.   (1773.5) J. Smith Hist. Sk. Relief Ch. 41 "The Burgher clergy maintained that it [the Synod] remained in their society, while the Antiburghers endeavoured to prove that they carried it away with them to Mr. Gibb's manse. (1773)"
  1917.   (1773.6) Johnson Let. to Boswell 24 [22] Feb., "Some superfluities I have expunged, and some faults I have corrected,..but the main fabrick of the work remains as it was. (1773)"
  1918.   (1773.7) Johnson (ed. 4) "Remove, a dish to be changed while the rest of the course remains. (1773)"
  1919.   (1773.8) W. Wales Jrnl. 31 Aug. in Cook Jrnls. (1961) II. 796 "With regard to the Personal Beauties of the Otahitean Ladies, I believe it would be most prudent to remain entirely silent. (1773)"
  1920.   (1773.9) Gentl. Mag. XLIII. 230 "The remains of a stone tower, which I apprehend to be a Druidic work. (1773)"
  1921.   (1773.10) Gentl. Mag. XLIII. 199 "It will be more beneficial to the public and the East India Company, to let the territorial acquisitions remain in the possession of the Company for a limited time. (1773)"
  1922.   (1774.1) Bryant Mythol. I. 164 "This accretion will be in every age enlarged; till there will at last remain some few outlines only of the original occurrence. (1774)"
  1923.   (1774.2) Fergusson Farmer's Ingle (1845) 38 "In its auld lerroch yet the deas remains, Where the guidman aft streeks him at his ease. (1774)"
  1924.   (1774.3) Fergusson Farmer's Ingle Poems (1845) 38 "In its auld lerroch yet the deas remains. (1774)"
  1925.   (1774.4) Goldsm. Nat. Hist. (1776) I. 160 "This motion continued the remaining part of the day..; nor did the noise cease during the whole time. (1774)"
  1926.   (1774.5) Goldsm. Nat. Hist. (1824) I. xlv. 381 "None but the year olds remain together. (1774)"
  1927.   (1774.6) Goldsm. Hist. Greece II. 239 "They..left him to linger in this manner, unattended, the remains of his wretched life. (1774)"
  1928.   (1774.7) Goldsm. Nat. Hist. (1776) I. 178 "The ice..grown more bulky, by freezing, than the water, which remains unfroze. (1774)"
  1929.   (1774.8) Goldsm. Nat. Hist. (1776) III. 102 "The victor is obliged to fight several of those battles before it remains undisputed master of the field. (1774)"
  1930.   (1774.9) Goldsm. Nat. Hist. (1776) I. 278 "Their remains continue still visible at the bottom of the water in a clear day. (1774)"
  1931.   (1774.10) Goldsm. Nat. Hist. (1776) II. 285 "The nails still continued perfect; and all the marks of the joints..remained perfectly visible. (1774)"
  1932.   (1774.11) Goldsm. Nat. Hist. (1776) VII. 272 "The remainder of the old aliment will be seen mixing with the new. (1774)"
  1933.   (1774.12) J. Bryant Mythol. II. 176 "He left behind him many valuable remains, which Bion Proconnesius is said to have translated. (1774)"
  1934.   (1774.13) Johnson Journ. N. Wales 17 Aug., "All the walls remain, so that a complete platform, and elevations, not very imperfect, may be taken. (1774)"
  1935.   (1774.14) M. Mackenzie Marit. Surv. 62 "Subtract the Complement of the Declination from the half Sum, and take the Remainder. (1774)"
  1936.   (1774.15) O. Goldsmith Hist. Earth V. 301 "All these small birds mark out a territory to themselves, which they will permit none of their own species to remain in. (1774)"
  1937.   (1774.16) T. Pennant Tour in Scotl. (ed. 3) 287 "Some of the walls, all of run lime, do as yet remain. (1774)"
  1938.   (1774.17) Warton Hist. Eng. Poetry (1840) II. 108 "This alliterative measure..remained in use so low as the sixteenth century. (1774)"
  1939.   (1774.18) Wraxall Tour North. Europe (1775) 3 "The venerable remains of amphitheatres, temples and naumachiae. (1774)"
  1940.   (1774.19) Warton Hist. Eng. Poetry (1775) I. 5 "The inhabitants of Cornwall..remained partly in a state of independence during the Saxon heptarchy. (1774)"
  1941.   (1774.20) Med. Ess. V. ii. 793 "Sometimes after..the Salivation is over, there remains one large Yaw, high knobbed, red and moist; this is commonly called the *Master yaw. (1774)"
  1942.   (1774-82.1) Barclay Dict. "Check vb...in Commerce, to compare the flourished or ornamented part of a draught or bank-bill with that which remains in the book from whence it was cut. (1774-"
  1943.   (1775.1) Burke Sp. Concil. Amer. Wks. III. 116 "The obedient colonies in this scheme are heavily taxed; the refractory remain unburthened. (1775)"
  1944.   (1775.2) Johnson West. Isl. Wks. X. 484 "There still remains in the islands, though it is passing fast away, the custom of fosterage. (1775)"
  1945.   (1775.3) Romans Florida 186 "The vessel draws one third, the patroon or master, two shares of the remaining two thirds. (1775)"
  1946.   (1775.4) R. Chandler Trav. Greece (1825) II. 130 "Two structures yet remain, either omitted or mentioned inexplicitly by Pausanias. (1775)"
  1947.   (1775.5) Sheridan Duenna ii. iii, "If any sparks of anger had remained. (1775)"
  1948.   (1775.6) S. J. Pratt Liberal Opin. cxxiii. (1783) IV. 137, "I remained in his lucubratory, which, in point of exterior, surpassed everything but the lucubrator. (1775)"
  1949.   (1775.7) Trumbull in Sparks Corr. Amer. Rev. (1853) I. 31 "Whether these are the same ships your Excellency noticed us of, remains uncertain. (1775)"
  1950.   (1775.8) Warton Hist. Eng. Poetry I. i. 20 note, "This cavern..remained closely shut and unentered for many ages. (1775)"
  1951.   (1775.9) Ann. Reg. ii. 129/2 "In these cocks, I allow the hay to remain until..I judge that it will keep in pretty large *tramp-cocks. (1775)"
  1952.   (1776.1) Adam Smith W.N. v. iii. (1904) II. 583 "The only considerable branch of the public revenue which yet remains unmortgaged. (1776)"
  1953.   (1776.2) G. Wilson Coke's Rep. iii. II. 26 "If lands be given to husband and wife in tail, or in fee, and the husband dies, there the wife cannot devest the freehold out of her by any verbal waver... As if before any entry made by her, she saith that she utterly waves and disagrees to the said estate,..yet the freehold remains in her. (1776)"
  1954.   (1776.3) Gibbon Decl. &. F. I. xvi. 422 "They completely demolished the remainder of the edifice. (1776)"
  1955.   (1776.4) Gibbon Decl. &. F. xii. I. 334 "The remaining actions he intrusted to the care of his lieutenants. (1776)"
  1956.   (1776.5) G. Semple Building in Water 150 "The remaining Part of its recoiling Force.. will be quite swallowed up in that Depth of Water. (1776)"
  1957.   (1776.6) Mickle Camoens' Lusiad p. xxxvii, "They remained unmoveable on the shore till the fleet..evanished from their sight. (1776)"
  1958.   (1776.7) Paine Com. Sense (1791) 49 "Every day wears out the little remains of kindred between us and them. (1776)"
  1959.   (1776.8) Battle of Brooklyn ii. i. 19 "We are the remains of the out post guard. (1776)"
  1960.   (1776.9) Trial of Nundocomar 68/1 "You have for a long time had my money; it shall remain no longer with you. (1776)"
  1961.   (1776.10) Trial of Nundocomar 68/1 "You have for a long time had my money; it shall remain no longer with you. (1776)"
  1962.   (1776.11) Trial Nundocomar 45/1 "The copy I wrote remained with..Nundocomar; the original remained with Pudmohun Doss. (1776)"
  1963.   (1777.1) Burke Let. to Sheriffs of Bristol Wks. III. 143 "If..we..contend that you may justly reserve for vengeance, those who remain unexchanged. (1777)"
  1964.   (1777.2) H. Blair Serm. (1780) II. 70 "Temper is the disposition which remains after these emotions are past; and which forms the habitual propensity of the soul. (1777)"
  1965.   (1777.3) Potter &Ae.AElig;schylus, Prometh. Chain'd Foreword, "There is in this remaining drama a sublimity of conception, a strength, a fire, a certain savage dignity peculiar to this bold writer. (1777)"
  1966.   (1777.4) Pennant Brit. Zool. (ed. 4) IV. 9 "Doctor Baster..counted 12,444 eggs under the tail, besides those that remained in the body unprotruded. (1777)"
  1967.   (1777.5) Robertson Hist. Amer. viii. (1851) II. 102 "In Peru, each mita, or division, destined for the mines, remains there six months. (1777)"
  1968.   (1777.6) Ann. Reg., Antiq. 134/2 "This opinion remained..uncredited by all skilful medallists. (1777)"
  1969.   (1778.1) Maseres in Phil. Trans. LXVIII. 920 "The remaining case of the cubick equation..which..cannot be resolved by the rules above mentioned, has..obtained amongst algebraists the name of the irreducible case: at least it is often called by the French writers of algebra le cas irr&eacu.ductible. (1778)"
  1970.   (1778.2) Miss Burney Evelina lxxiv, "Remains there one resource unessayed? " (1778)"
  1971.   (1778.3) Pryce Min. Cornub. Gloss. 325 "Pillion, the Tin which remains in the scoria or slags after it is first smelted, which must be separated and remelted. (1778)"
  1972.   (1778.4) W. Pryce Min. Cornub. 132 "Nothing else remains than to describe the manner of Streaming. (1778)"
  1973.   (1778.5) Eng. Gazeteer (ed. 2) s.v. Wheathamstead, "Here are the remains of the popish image called the Rood, which is turned into the clerk's desk. (1778)"
  1974.   (1778.6) Eng. Gazetteer (ed. 2) s.v. Tamworth, "A large trench remains..where bones of men and horses, and spear-heads, have been dug up. (1778)"
  1975.   (1778.7) Phil. Surv. S. Irel. 313 "Till some step is taken in favour of tillage and the poor Whiteboyism will probably remain. (1778)"
  1976.   (1778.8) Phil. Surv. S. Irel. 210 "The series of ceremonies used on the night,..that the corpse remains unburied, is what they call a wake. (1778)"
  1977.   (1778.9) Phil. Surv. S. Irel. 146 "The remainder they lay parallel to the principals. (1778)"
  1978.   (1778.10) [W. Marshall] Minutes Agric., Observ. 158 note, "The Barometer remaining stationarily heavy. (1778)"
  1979.   (1779.1) Abercromby Mirror No. 52 &page.6 "Every remain of Roman greatness attracted my attention. (1779)"
  1980.   (1779.2) E. Gibbon Let. 15 May (1956) II. 215 "So much remains to be done, that I can hardly spare a single day from the Shop. (1779)"
  1981.   (1779.3) Hervey Nav. Hist. II. 165 "The fleet remained ignorant of what had happened, and the fight was continued with unabating warmth. (1779)"
  1982.   (1779.4) H. Walpole Let. 14 Jan. (1904) X. 363 "My menus plaisirs, a few sprinkled visits of charity from a few friends that remained in town. (1779)"
  1983.   (1779.5) J. Moore View Soc. Fr. I. i. 8, "I thought it most prudent to remove.., that no chance might remain of my being..whirled round again in the vortex of dissipation and gaming. (1779)"
  1984.   (1779.6) J. Duch&eacu. Disc. (1790) I. xv. 293 "He plucks and eats but still remains unsatisfied. (1779)"
  1985.   (1779.7) J. Moore View Soc. II. liv. 49 "All the audience..immediately arise, and remain in a standing posture till their sovereign sit down. (1779)"
  1986.   (1779.8) J. Moore View Soc. Fr. (1789) I. i. 9 "Small chance will remain of his being sucked into the old system. (1779)"
  1987.   (1779.9) Mirror No. 67, "While the warm feelings of benevolence remain unblunted by those artificial manners. (1779)"
  1988.   (1779.10) Projects in Ann. Reg. 108/1 "Let it remain exposed to the sun throughout the day, or until the leaves are entirely wilted, as it is termed in America. (1779)"
  1989.   (1779.11) Phil. Trans. LXIX. 433 "The residuums of air that remained unabsorbed were more or less phlogisticated. (1779)"
  1990.   (1779.12) Projects in Ann. Reg. 108/2 "If the sun does not appear for several days,..they [sc. leaves of the tobacco-plant] must remain to wilt. (1779)"
  1991.   (1779.13) Sylph I. 241 "How long will they remain satisfied with being repeatedly put by with empty promises? " (1779)"
  1992.   (1780.1) A. Young Tour in Ireland 195 "The remainder is called backings, and is spun into the coarsest stuff. (1780)"
  1993.   (1780.2) Brodhead in Sparks Corr. Amer. Rev. (1853) II. 449 "The remaining Continentals are the cullings of our troops, and I cannot promise anything clever from them. (1780)"
  1994.   (1780.3) Burke Econ. Ref. Wks. 1842 I. 238 "A system of confusion remains, which is not only alien, but adverse to all economy. (1780)"
  1995.   (1780.4) Bentham Princ. Legisl. xii. §.23 "In proportion to that part of the primary [mischief] which remains unexcluded or uncounterbalanced. (1780)"
  1996.   (1780.5) Beckford Biog. Mem. 148 "Here our artist remained six weeks. (1780)"
  1997.   (1780.6) Coxe Russ. Disc. 334 "All the worm-eaten roots are rejected; the remainder are bored through. (1780)"
  1998.   (1780.7) Edmondson Her. II, "Voided, is a term applied to any ordinary, as a fesse, chevron, pale, etc. when it is pierced through, so that the field appears, and nothing remains of the charge but its edge. (1780)"
  1999.   (1780.8) Madan Thelyph. I. 3 "It is not impossible but that the light of that great reformer had remained hidden under the bushel of monkery. (1780)"
  2000.   (1781.1) Cowper Conversat. 678 "The stench remains, the lustre dies away. (1781)"
  2001.   (1781.2) Earl Malmesbury Diaries &. Corr. I. 390 "The Dutch Ambassadors..are leaving nothing untried to prevent Her Imperial Majesty from remaining spectatrix of their quarrel. (1781)"
  2002.   (1781.3) Gibbon Decl. &. F. xvii. (1787) II. 37 "The eleven remaining dioceses..were governed by twelve vicars, or *vice-pr&ae.aeig;fects, whose name..explains the nature..of their office. (1781)"
  2003.   (1781.4) Gibbon Decl. &. F. xvii. (1787) II. 37 "The eleven remaining dioceses [=provinces]..were governed by twelve vicars, or vice-pr&ae.aeig;fects, whose name sufficiently explains the nature and dependence of their office. (1781)"
  2004.   (1781.5) Gibbon Decl. &. F. xxxi. III. 233 "He should be permitted to pass the remainder of his life in..exile. (1781)"
  2005.   (1781.6) Gibbon Decl. &. F. xviii. II. 79 "Constantia..remained the widow of the vanquished Licinius. (1781)"
  2006.   (1781.7) Gibbon Decl. &. Fall. III. 139 "The invasion of the Goths..contributed, at least accidentally, to extirpate the last remains of Paganism. (1781)"
  2007.   (1781.8) Justamond Priv. Life Lewis XV, IV. 9 "After having been at once a husband, a brother, and a father, he was the only remains of his family, which was entirely buried in the grave along with him. (1781)"
  2008.   (1781.9) Ledwich in Vallancey Collect. de Rebus Hibern. II. 446 "The arms were broken, but the shaft [of the market cross of Kilkenny] remained adorned with beautiful figures. (1781)"
  2009.   (1781.10) Mad. D'Arblay Diary May, "I returned without..any remaining appearance of dudgeon in my phiz. (1781)"
  2010.   (1781.11) Priestley in Young Autobiogr. (1898) v. 99 "A glass velum, interposed between the retort and the recipient for the air, remains quite cool and dry. (1781)"
  2011.   (1781.12) P. Beckford Hunting (1803) 36 "If water should remain,..it should be carefully mopped up. (1781)"
  2012.   (1781.13) Encycl. Brit. (ed. 2) VII. 4168/1 "It may be asked, how, at this rate, any silver has remained in England?" (1781)"
  2013.   (1782.1) Elphinston tr. Martial i. xxii. 35 "For brawny necks the griding claw remains. (1782)"
  2014.   (1782.2) Priestley Corrupt. Chr. vi. II. 42 "Innocent the third acknowledged that, after consecration, there did remain in the elements a certain paneity and vineity, as he called them, which satisfied hunger and thirst. (1782)"
  2015.   (1782.3) Priestley Corrupt. Chr. II. vi. 42 "Innocent..acknowledged that..there did remain a certain paneity and vineity. (1782)"
  2016.   (1782.4) Wedgwood in Phil. Trans. LXX. 324 "A salt..which..would have crystallized long before the alkali became dry, or remained after its deliquiation. (1782)"
  2017.   (1783.1) Burke Sp. E. Ind. Bill Wks. 1826 IV. 27 "It only remains..for me just to recapitulate some heads. (1783)"
  2018.   (1783.2) W. Cullen First Lines §.249 Wks. 1827 II. 8 "If an inflammation be cured while the state and texture of the part remain entire, the disease is said to be terminated by Resolution. (1783)"
  2019.   (1784.1) Cowper Task iii. 130, "I sum up half mankind, And add two thirds of the remaining half. (1784)"
  2020.   (1784.2) Cowper Task v. 70 "Clean riddance quickly made, one only care Remains to each-the search of sunny nook. (1784)"
  2021.   (1784.3) Cowper Task v. 71 "One only care Remains to each, the search of sunny nook. (1784)"
  2022.   (1784.4) Cook Third Voy. vi. iv. III. 269 "The only part of the Russian empire that now remains unascertained. (1784)"
  2023.   (1784.5) J. Barry Lect. Art vi. (1848) 226 "Amidst all his [Titian's] dashing and slobbering, there is still remaining [etc.]. (1784)"
  2024.   (1784.6) King Voy. (1790) V. 1712 "We remained several days beating up, but in vain, to regain our former birth. (1784)"
  2025.   (1785.1) Burke Sp. Nabob of Arcot's Debts Wks. IV. 286 "The remaining miserable last cultivator, who grows to the soil, after having his back scored by the farmer, has it again flayed by the whip of the assignee. (1785)"
  2026.   (1785.2) D. Low Chiropodologia 133 "He exscinded the remainder with a pair of scissors. (1785)"
  2027.   (1785.3) G. A. Bellamy Apol. (ed. 3) III. 52 "The 'Squire, however, remained totally unimprovable. (1785)"
  2028.   (1785.4) J. Douglas Antiq. Earth 9 "These hippopotamic remains being discovered petrified. (1785)"
  2029.   (1785.5) Washington Notes Writings 1891 XII. 229 "The remainder of the Crop which was measured and lofted must be accted. for by the Overseer. (1785)"
  2030.   (1786.1) Abigail Adams Lett (1848) 296 "Here, upon a superb bed of state, lay the remains of his Grace. (1786)"
  2031.   (1786.2) Burke W. Hastings Wks. 1842 II. 135 "Levying the tribute of the whole on the little that remained. (1786)"
  2032.   (1786.3) Burke W. Hastings Wks. 1842 II. 123 "The small balance of fifteen thousand pounds remaining of the unjust exaction aforesaid. (1786)"
  2033.   (1786.4) H. Cavendish in Phil. Trans. LXXVI. 268 "The oil of vitriol prepared from green vitriol, has sometimes been obtained in such a state as to remain constantly congealed..whence it acquired its name of glacial. (1786)"
  2034.   (1786.5) J. Jeffries Narr. 2 Aerial Voyages 16 "After alighting for a moment..M. Blanchard threw out the remaining part of our sand ballast. (1786)"
  2035.   (1786.6) Phil. Trans. LXXVI. 368 "The famous Emissary of the Emperor Claudius remains nearly entire. (1786)"
  2036.   (1786.7) tr. Beckford's Vathek (1868) 31 "The Princess remained in the company of her negresses. (1786)"
  2037.   (1786.8) tr. Beckford's Vathek (1883) 118 "The poor peasants..remained open-mouthed with surprise. (1786)"
  2038.   (1787.1) Burns Let. Earl Glencairn Dec., "My brother's farm is but a wretched lease, but I think he will probably weather out the remaining seven years of it. (1787)"
  2039.   (1787.2) G. White Selborne vii, "This chase remains un-stocked to this day. (1787)"
  2040.   (1787.3) Jefferson Writ. (1859) II. 228 "The violent Aristocrats would have wished..that these [the Regents] should remain self-elective. (1787)"
  2041.   (1787.4) M. Cutler in Life, etc. (1888) I. 305 "We obtained..the remainder for a private speculation. (1787)"
  2042.   (1787.5) Pegge (title) "A Sylloge of the remaining Authentic Inscriptions relative to the erection of our English Churches. (1787)"
  2043.   (1787.6) W. Marshall Norfolk II. 224 "Supposing the cheeseling to be made in the morning, it now remains in the press, untouched, until the evening. (1787)"
  2044.   (1787.7) Winter Syst. Husb. 84 "When waters remain..on the ground which..produce rank unwholesome weeds. (1787)"
  2045.   (1787.8) Minor I. 99 "Of all her splendid apparel not a wreck remained..save her flannel dicky. (1787)"
  2046.   (1787-9.1) Wordsw. Evening Walk 306 "No wreck of all the pageantry remains. (1787-"
  2047.   (1788.1) Grose Milit. Antiq. II. 200 "The remains of a wooden horse was standing on the parade at Portsmouth, about the year 1760. (1788)"
  2048.   (1788.2) Gladwin tr. Mem. Kh. Abdulkurreem 56 "[He] asked the Khansaman, what quantity was remaining of the clothes. (1788)"
  2049.   (1788.3) Jefferson Writ. (1859) II. 540 "There remains an expression in the Arret, that it is provisory only. (1788)"
  2050.   (1788.4) Lady Hawke Julia de G. I. 230 "Disarmed from the slightest remains of envy, Julia returned to the company. (1788)"
  2051.   (1788.5) Priestley Lect. Hist. iv. xxv. 191 "The next remains of the Britons, are Hoel Dha's Laws... Of these there are several copies, both in Welch and Latin. (1788)"
  2052.   (1788.6) T. Jefferson Writ. (1859) II. 431 "The blank..must remain for some happier hypothesist to fill up. (1788)"
  2053.   (1788.7) T. Taylor Proclus I. Dissert. p. li, "Do you by this means destroy the equality of its angles to two right ones? Certainly not;-take away its scalenity, yet this general affection remains. (1788)"
  2054.   (1788.8) W. H. Marshall Yorks. II. 72 "[The flax] remains weak, short, and underling. (1788)"
  2055.   (1788.9) W. Eden in G. Rose's Diaries (1860) I. 74 "There remained merely the finding and grabbing some respectable office for life. (1788)"
  2056.   (1788.10) Wesley Wks. (1872) VII. 79 "Indented servants, who are legally engaged to remain with you for a term of years. (1788)"
  2057.   (1789.1) A. Young Jrnl. 8 June in Trav. France (1792) I. 103 "If..by the verification of their powers in one chamber, they shall once come together, the popular party hope that there will remain, no power afterwards to separate. (1789)"
  2058.   (1789.2) Burns Upon seeing a wounded hare, "Go, live, poor wanderer of the wood and field, The bitter little that of life remains. (1789)"
  2059.   (1789.3) Coxe Trav. Switz. xxxviii. II. 3 "We crossed some snow, the remains of a last winter's Avalanche. (1789)"
  2060.   (1789.4) J. Wesley Will, "Lastly, I give to each of those travelling Preachers who shall remain in the Connexion six months after my decease..the eight volumes of sermons. (1789)"
  2061.   (1789.5) J. Woodforde Diary 13 June (1927) III. 114 "For the remaining part of our fare paid..for 1 outside 12/0. (1789)"
  2062.   (1789.6) Mrs. Piozzi Journ. France I. 77 "The Lazaretto..remains a standing monument of his piety. (1789)"
  2063.   (1789.7) Mad. D'Arblay Diary 18 Feb., "He found nothing now remaining of the disorder, but too much hurry of spirits. (1789)"
  2064.   (1789.8) Twining Aristotle's Treat. Poetry 72 "Those Phallic songs, which, in many cities, remain still in use. (1789)"
  2065.   (1789.9) Wesley Will. 25 Feb. in Coke &. Moore (1792) 515, "I desire my Gowns, Cassocks, Sashes, and Bands, may remain at the Chapel for the use of the Clergymen attending there. (1789)"
  2066.   (1789.10) in Nairne Peerage Evid. (1874) 127, "I shall endeavour to spin out the remainder of my days as comfortably as my situation can permit. (1789)"
  2067.   (1790.1) Burke Fr. Rev. Sel. Wks. 1898 II. 276 "It remains only to consider the proofs of financial ability... Here I am a little at a stand; for credit, properly speaking, they have none. (1790)"
  2068.   (1790.2) Pennant London 87 "On the north outside, beyond the windows, are many marks of recesses, groins, arms, on the remains of some other room. (1790)"
  2069.   (1790.3) Paley Hor&ae.aeig; Paul. Rom. i. 10 "Turn..to the second epistle..and you will discover the particular which remains to be sought for. (1790)"
  2070.   (1790.4) Bystander 247 "Then touching upon the prudent, he entreated it might remain some little time a secret. (1790)"
  2071.   (1790.5) Med. Comm. II. 455 "A woman in labour is to be treated as if suffering spurious pains, so long as the os uteri..remains..close. (1790)"
  2072.   (1791.1) Boswell Johnson 7 May an. 1773 note, "He never flinched; but after reiterated blows, remained seemingly unmoved. (1791)"
  2073.   (1791.2) Cowper Odyss. viii. 582 "A huge brawn, of which uneaten still Large part and delicate remain'd. (1791)"
  2074.   (1791.3) Cowper Retired Cat 66 "The sun descended, And Puss remained still unattended. (1791)"
  2075.   (1791.4) Cowper Odyssey xxiv. 621 "Peace, O ye men of Ithaca! while yet The field remains undeluged with your blood. (1791)"
  2076.   (1791.5) Cowper Iliad xiii. 687 "Part [of the weapon] within his disk remain'd Like a seer'd stake. (1791)"
  2077.   (1791.6) Cowper Retired Cat 66 "The sun descended, And puss remain'd still unattended. (1791)"
  2078.   (1791.7) Hamilton Berthollet's Dyeing II. ii. ii. ii. 76 "The fecula remaining on the filter he compared to..Carolina indigo. (1791)"
  2079.   (1791.8) Mrs. Radcliffe Rom. Forest viii, "Had I resigned you to his will I should have remained secure. (1791)"
  2080.   (1791.9) Mackintosh Vind. Gallic&ae.aeig; i. (1837) 44 "The Commons, faithful to their system, remained in a wise and masterly inactivity, which tacitly reproached the arrogant assumption of the Nobles. (1791)"
  2081.   (1791.10) Mrs. Radcliffe Rom. Forest ii, "The remains of tapestry hung in tatters upon the walls. (1791)"
  2082.   (1791.11) Newte Tour Eng. &. Scot. 188 "In different Highland glens..where the indigenous sheep are supposed to remain unmixed. (1791)"
  2083.   (1791.12) W. Gilpin Forest Scenery II. 136 "The vestiges of different buildings, and the walls of a small chapel, still remain. (1791)"
  2084.   (1791.13) Encycl. Brit. (ed. 3) s.v. Husbandry §.238 "The liquor, called cyderkin, purre, or perkin, is made of the murk or gross matter remaining after the cyder is pressed out. (1791)"
  2085.   (1791.14) Phil. Trans. LXXXI. 219 "Any surplus of..air would only have remained unsaturated. (1791)"
  2086.   (1792.1) A Young. Trav. France 517 "It remains a subject of infinite curiosity, to see how far the infatuated and blind spirit of funding will now be pursued. (1792)"
  2087.   (1792.2) Burke Corr. (1844) IV. 11 "This clergy would lose,..in the twinkling of an eye, the little remains of influence which they yet retain. (1792)"
  2088.   (1792.3) Coke &. Moore Life Wesley ii. iv. (ed. 2) 355 "Mr. Wesley's great desire to remain in union with the Church of England..would not allow him to apply for a legal establishment. (1792)"
  2089.   (1792.4) Horsley Serm. xl. (1816) III. 221 "Taking offence at the sin which remains as yet unextirpated. (1792)"
  2090.   (1792.5) J. Moore Monast. Rem. 2 "The *wishing wells still remain. (1792)"
  2091.   (1792.6) S. Ireland Views Thames I. 150 "The castle probably remained in a ruinated state. (1792)"
  2092.   (1792.7) Arch&ae.aeig;ol. Scot.] 198 "The name of *Lammas towers will remain..after the celebration of the festival has ceased. (1792)"
  2093.   (1792.8) Stat. Acc. Scotl. IV. 316 "For 6 miles in a well inhabited extent,..there was not a smoke remaining. (1792)"
  2094.   (1793.1) Cowper Let. to J. Hall 10 Dec., "I remain, my dear friend, Affectionately yours, W. C. (1793)"
  2095.   (1793.2) Hodges Trav. India 105 "In the inner court are the remains of the durbar, or hall of public audience. (1793)"
  2096.   (1793.3) Holcroft tr. Lavater's Physiog. vii. 44 "The forehead bones remain unaltered. (1793)"
  2097.   (1793.4) Martyn Lang. Bot., "Cicatrisatus truncus s. caulis. A scarred stem. Marked with the remains of leaves that have fallen off. (1793)"
  2098.   (1793.5) Smeaton Edystone L. §.53 "A part of a chain..was jammed in so fast..that it remained so. (1793)"
  2099.   (1793.6) Smellie tr. Buffon's Nat. Hist. Birds VI. 577 "Nothing better shews that the Salangane has remained long unknown, than the different names bestowed on it. (1793)"
  2100.   (1793.7) Smeaton Edystone L. §.127 "The whole purport of the present remaining season, was nothing more than cutting the rock to a shape..for the reception of any structure whatever. (1793)"
  2101.   (1793.8) Smeaton Edystone L. §.253 "The weather..had remained to all appearance much the same. (1793)"
  2102.   (1793.9) Sir M. Eden in Ld. Auckland's Corr. (1862) III. 145 "Their repeated losses were owing to their own strongheadedness in remaining scattered, against all advice, in small corps. (1793)"
  2103.   (1793.10) Smeaton Edystone L. 197 "In 1773 the..boundary of the Sand Hommacks remained nearly the same..but now..the sand hommacks had established themselves. (1793)"
  2104.   (1793.11) Smeaton Edystone Lightho. §.253 "The weather..above-head had remained..much the same. (1793)"
  2105.   (1793.12) Wordsw. Descrip. Sketches Ded. &page.4, "I might have inscribed to you a description of some of the features... But the Alpine steeps of the Conway..remain yet untouched. (1793)"
  2106.   (1793.13) Washington Let. Writ. 1891 XII. 380 "If he should be detected in any knavish pranks I will make the country too warm for him to remain in. (1793)"
  2107.   (1793.14) Wordsw. Evening Walk 360 "No wrack of all the pageant scene remains. (1793)"
  2108.   (1793.15) Charac. in Ann. Reg. 252/1 "Had I remained in England and opened a school of natation. (1793)"
  2109.   (1793.16) Regal Rambler 24 "The ragged remains of a nightrail. (1793)"
  2110.   (1794.1) G. Adams Nat. &. Exp. Philos. I. iv. App. 136 "The evacuations [sc. of air] and the remainders do both of them decrease in the same geometrical progression. (1794)"
  2111.   (1794.2) Gouv. Morris in Sparks Life &. Writ. (1832) II. 424 "Those who remain are of that waxen substance called the men of property. (1794)"
  2112.   (1794.3) G. Adams Nat. &. Exp. Philos. I. xii. 496 "Their carbonne is supposed to be the remaining part of charcoal after it has been divested of earth and fixed salts. (1794)"
  2113.   (1794.4) G. Adams Nat. &. Exp. Philos. I. xi. 487 "The clear liquid then should be carefully poured off..from any indissoluble sediment that may remain. (1794)"
  2114.   (1794.5) Godwin Cal. Williams 46 "The squire..took the earliest opportunity of seizing on his remaining property in the mode of a distress for rent. (1794)"
  2115.   (1794.6) Mrs. Radcliffe Myst. Udolpho xlviii, "Valancourt seemed to be annihilated, and her soul sickened at the blank that remained. (1794)"
  2116.   (1794.7) Mrs. Radcliffe Myst. Udolpho i, "Yet, amidst the changing visions of life, his principles remained unshaken, his benevolence unchilled. (1794)"
  2117.   (1794.8) Morse Amer. Geog. 169 "The young cuckow..immediately sets about clearing the nest of the young sparrows, and the remaining unhatched eggs. (1794)"
  2118.   (1794.9) Mrs. Radcliffe Myst. Udolpho xxxvi, "The spacious fire-places, where no mark of social cheer remained. (1794)"
  2119.   (1794.10) Mrs. Radcliffe Myst. Udolpho xxviii, "It is my will that you remain here, let that suffice you. (1794)"
  2120.   (1794.11) Morse Amer. Geog. 553 "The remains of an ancient..fortification: it is now a regular tetragon terrace, about four feet high, with bastions at each angle. (1794)"
  2121.   (1794.12) Pearson in Phil. Trans. LXXXIV. 391 "The remainder of the gaz extinguished flame, and was concluded to be nitrogen or azotic gaz. (1794)"
  2122.   (1794.13) R. J. Sulivan View Nat. II. 163 "That this inflammable body of coal should have remained uninflamed..seems highly improbable. (1794)"
  2123.   (1794.14) R. J. Sulivan View Nat. I. 57 "It is clear that the waters never surmounted those high summits, or at least remained but a short time upon them. (1794)"
  2124.   (1794.15) Sullivan View Nat. II. 362 "In the neighbourhood of Lexington..are the remains of two ancient fortifications. (1794)"
  2125.   (1794.16) Sullivan View Nat. I. 39 "The saints and spirits of the blessed shall take possession of it, and there remain till the general judgment. (1794)"
  2126.   (1794.17) Schmeisser in Phil. Trans. LXXXIV. 421 "The remaining filtered liquor was saturated with purified pot-ash. (1794)"
  2127.   (1794.18) T. Taylor Pausanias's Descr. Greece III. 48 "In the temple of Promachos the remains of a purslain&dubh.tree are dedicated. (1794)"
  2128.   (1794.19) W. Tindal Hist. Evesham 31 "It is difficult to conceive..that it should have remained long undedicated after being built. (1794)"
  2129.   (1794.20) W. Hutchinson Hist. Cumbld. I. 378 "Whereupon it was adjudged that the title remained unattainted. (1794)"
  2130.   (1794.21) Rigging &. Seamanship 55 "Mail, to rub off the loose hemp that remains on white cordage, is a kind of steel chain-work, flat, and fastened upon leather, about nine-inches long and seven-inches broad. (1794)"
  2131.   (1794.22) Stat. Acc. Scotl. XI. 528 (Westerkirk) "There is a great number of burians in this parish. These are all of a circular form, and are from 36 to 50 yards diameter. They are supposed by some to be remains of Pictish encampments. (1794)"
  2132.   (1794-8.1) Hutchinson Hist. Cumbld. (Halliwell), "There are yet some considerable remains of stones which still go by the name of raises. (1794-"
  2133.   (1795.1) Burke Th. on Scarcity Wks. VII. 408 "Neither of the sown or natural grass was there..any remainder. (1795)"
  2134.   (1795.2) Coleridge Plot Discov. 23 "While the contrary remains unproved, such a Whereas must be a most inadequate ground for the present Bill. (1795)"
  2135.   (1795.3) J. Billingsley Agric. Somerset (1798) 52 "Land..when pascible for the remaining months, of little value from being overstocked. (1795)"
  2136.   (1795.4) Pitt in T. Browne British Cicero (1808) I. 524 "That after reading the riot act, and ordering them to disperse, any number of persons remaining should, as by the riot act, incur the penalty of the law, that of felony. (1795)"
  2137.   (1795.5) Southey Joan of Arc vi. 388 "What few to guard the town Unwilling had remained, haste forth to meet The triumph. (1795)"
  2138.   (1795.6) Vancouver Agric. Essex 152 "The remaining stub of the thistle. (1795)"
  2139.   (1795.7) Wolcot (P. Pindar) Pindariana Wks. 1812 IV. 180 "Nay while a *mutton-light remains A sun with us no credit gains But yields to every Farthing Candle. (1795)"
  2140.   (1795-1814.1) Wordsw. Excurs. v. 386 "How few who mingle with their fellow-men And still remain self-governed, and apart. (1795-"
  2141.   (1796.1) Burke Regic. Peace Wks. 1842 II. 355 "His protest against binding him to his opinions, and his reservation of a right to whatever opinions he pleases, remain in their full force. This variability is pleasant, and shews a fertility of fancy. (1796)"
  2142.   (1796.2) Coleridge Biog. Lit. (1847) II. 365 "Though not right in itself, it may become right by the greater wrongness of the only alternative-the remaining in neediness and uncertainty. (1796)"
  2143.   (1796.3) H. Hunter tr. St. Pierre's Stud. Nat. (1799) III. 146 "My good friend, your sister shall remain with us. (1796)"
  2144.   (1796.4) Hatchett in Phil. Trans. LXXXVI. 286 "Although the substance was indisputably proved to be an ore of lead, yet the mineralizing principle of it remained unknown. (1796)"
  2145.   (1796.5) H. Hunter tr. St. Pierre's Stud. Nat. (1799) III. 339 "Enter into it [harbour] then at this time..while day-light remains. (1796)"
  2146.   (1796.6) H. Hunter tr. St.-Pierre's Stud. Nat. (1799) II. 495 "The money of strangers disappears, but their debauched morals remain. (1796)"
  2147.   (1796.7) H. Walpole Let. to Miss Berry 24 Aug., "I..shall remain, I believe, in my mummyhood. (1796)"
  2148.   (1796.8) Kirwan Elem. Min. (ed. 2) I. 373 "Moulds are loams mixed with animal and vegetable remains, particularly from putrefaction. (1796)"
  2149.   (1796.9) Ld. Glenbervie Diary 16 Oct. (1928) I. 88 "It remains, however, to be seen what will be the ultimate result in the present instance of a struggle as yet perhaps but in its infancy. (1796)"
  2150.   (1796.10) Mrs. E. Parsons Myst. Warning IV. 242 "You shall..remain..till I have discovered the whole of your vile plot, which will not be long first. (1796)"
  2151.   (1796.11) Mrs. M. Robinson Angelina II. 26 "Has not Mr. Amathist espoused the venerable remains of a light-heeled Calypso?" (1796)"
  2152.   (1796.12) Morse Amer. Geog. I. 315 note, "It remains for future ages to pourtray the virtues and exploits of this truly great man. (1796)"
  2153.   (1796.13) Mathias Purs. Lit. ii. (1797) 24 "This character..shall ever remain unappropriated by me. (1796)"
  2154.   (1796.14) Mme. D'Arblay Camilla I. 214 "Such is the vacancy of dissipated pleasure, that..an opening always remains for something yet to be tried. (1796)"
  2155.   (1796.15) Pegge Anonym. (1809) 183 "*Peg-Tankards, of which I have seen a few still remaining in Derbyshire,..hold two quarts, so that there is a gill of ale, i.e. half a pint Winchester measure, between each pin. (1796)"
  2156.   (1796.16) Southey Lett. Spain &. Port. (1799) 140 "His boarship remained unhurt, and was suffered to go to his den. (1796)"
  2157.   (1796.17) Southey Lett. fr. Spain (1808) I. App. 288 "Whatever remains of such Catholic sufferers she could procure she shrined with her own hands,..and she labelled the relicaries in which they were placed. (1796)"
  2158.   (1796.18) Stedman Surinam (1813) II. xxix. 407 "On the 18th the troops were finally cleared with, and paid their remaining arrears (cf. clearings). (1796)"
  2159.   (1796.19) T. Twining Trav. India, etc. (1893) 355 "The ship remained under nearly the same sail for many days,..rolling from one side to the other, the wind being directly astern. This is called `rolling down to St. Helena' by the captains of Indiamen. (1796)"
  2160.   (1796.20) T. Twining Trav. Amer. (1894) 136 "General Washington..remained there till 1789, when the general voice of his country called him from his pastoral pursuits to the Presidency of the Government. (1796)"
  2161.   (1796.21) Withering Brit. Plants (ed. 3) I. 32 "Put it upon a dry fresh pasteboard, and, covering it with fresh blossom paper, let it remain in the press [etc.]. (1796)"
  2162.   (1796.22) Calvary Instruct. (1803) 216 "On a march, servants, led horses, and canteen horses remain with their squadrons. (1796)"
  2163.   (1796.23) Instr. &. Reg. Cavalry (1813) 219 "The serre-file rank remains closed to the right. (1796)"
  2164.   (1796.24) Instr. &. Reg. Cavalry (1813) 114 "Unless the intended and immediate formation of the line requires their remaining where they are. (1796)"
  2165.   (1796.25) Instr. &. Reg. Cavalry (1813) 251 "After the manual and platoon, the battalion remains formed at close order, and the major returns to his post in the rear. (1796)"
  2166.   (1796.26) Monthly Rev. XIX. 545 "He..remained the canonical geographer of the antients. (1796)"
  2167.   (1797.1) Coleridge `This lime-tree bower' 2 "Here must I remain, This lime-tree bower my prison! " (1797)"
  2168.   (1797.2) Mrs. Radcliffe Italian i. (1826) 12 "Some remains of massy walls, still exhibited loops for archers. (1797)"
  2169.   (1797.3) Mrs. A. M. Bennett Beggar Girl 116 "Books, music, maps, papers..totally out of suite with the part of the cabin and its furniture yet remaining. (1797)"
  2170.   (1797.4) Mrs. Radcliffe Italian i, "They had remained watchful and still for a considerable time. (1797)"
  2171.   (1797.5) Mrs. Radcliffe Italian xi, "I saw, also, her poor remains laid at rest in the convent garden. (1797)"
  2172.   (1797.6) S. &. Ht. Lee Canterb. T. (1799) I. 373 "The recital he was about to make remained unfinished. (1797)"
  2173.   (1797.7) S. Lysons Rom. Antiq. Woodchester 16 "The remains of a Roman house, or rather, perhaps, of a villa. (1797)"
  2174.   (1797.8) Encycl. Brit. IV. 81/1 "The inhabitants are chiefly Spaniards; though there are some of the first people remaining, whom they call Guanches, who are somewhat civilized by their intercourse with the Spaniards. (1797)"
  2175.   (1797.9) Encycl. Brit. (ed. 3) II. 297/2 "The division is completed by a vulgar fraction, whose numerator is the remainder. (1797)"
  2176.   (1797.10) Encycl. Brit. (ed. 3) VI. 673 "The sal enixum of Paracelsus is the caput mortuum of spirits of nitre with oil of vitriol, or what remains in the retort after the distillation of this spirit. (1797)"
  2177.   (1797.11) Encycl. Brit. (ed. 3) XVIII. 917/1 "The most ancient remains of writing..are upon hard substances, such as stones and metals. (1797)"
  2178.   (1797.12) Encycl. Brit. (ed. 3) XVI. 140/2 "In the city of Salino are still to be seen remains of some walls, evidently of Roman origin from the reticulum. (1797)"
  2179.   (1798.1) Craig in Owen Wellesley's Desp. (1877) 599 "It will then remain to proportion its several parts into the different branches. (1798)"
  2180.   (1798.2) Ferriar Illustr. Sterne i. 13 "The oldest [edition] which remains was rendered into `beau langage'. (1798)"
  2181.   (1798.3) Hutton Course Math. (1827) I. 88 "From the resolvend take the subtrahend, and to the remainder join the next period of the given number for a new resolvend. (1798)"
  2182.   (1798.4) Hutton Course Math. I. 10 "Add the figures..and find how many nines are contained in their sum.-Reject those nines, and set down the remainder. (1798)"
  2183.   (1798.5) Hutton Course Math. (1827) I. 161 "Here the 2 to carry cancels the &min. 2, and there remains the &min. 1 to set down. (1798)"
  2184.   (1798.6) J. Hutton Course Math. I. 12 "To prove Subtraction, add the remainder to the less number. (1798)"
  2185.   (1798.7) Nicol Scotch Forcing Gard. (ed. 2) 202 "Trench three spits deep, by which the bottom and top are reversed, and the middle remains in the middle. (1798)"
  2186.   (1798.8) Nelson 28 Sept. in Nicolas Desp. (1845) III. 135 "The only remaining *French-built Ship of the Line. (1798)"
  2187.   (1798.9) S. &. Ht. Lee Canterb. T. II. 513 "Even if his heart should stand the test, and remain wholly uncorrupted, and unalienated. (1798)"
  2188.   (1798.10) Sophia Lee Canterb. T., Young Lady's T. II. 476 "Those for whom the feast should have been preparing,..remained shut up at home. (1798)"
  2189.   (1798.11) S. &. Ht. Lee Canterb. T. II. 15 "His substantial wealth vanished, but the shadow still remained. (1798)"
  2190.   (1798.12) Sophia Lee Canterb. T., Young Lady's T. II. 354 "Nothing then remains, even in minds well turned, but a sense of mutual duty. (1798)"
  2191.   (1798.13) S. &. Ht. Lee Canterb. T. II. 46 "Throwing down the remaining pistol undischarged. (1798)"
  2192.   (1798.14) W. Hutton Life 33, "I..paid one hundred guineas down, and gave my note six months after date, for the remainder. (1798)"
  2193.   (1798.15) W. Ferrier in A. Ferrier Mem. &. Serm. (1841) iv. 336 "Elisha gathered it up as a precious remain. (1798)"
  2194.   (1798.16) Ann. Reg. 35/2 "The bate or surplus of the chain remained suspended. (1798)"
  2195.   (1798.17) Spirit Public Jrnls. (1799) II. 29 "In fine, the bleeding trunk, smack smooth, with the head only remaining to the body, was immersed in the styptic. (1798)"
  2196.   (1799.1) A. Young View Agric. Linc. 138 "There are some slovens remaining, who either hoe but little, or..execute it in a very insufficient manner. (1799)"
  2197.   (1799.2) Campbell Pleas. Hope ii, "I smile on death, if Heaven-ward Hope remain. (1799)"
  2198.   (1799.3) De Serra in Phil. Trans. LXXXIX. 151 "Impressions or remains of plants..by more ancient and less enlightened oryctologists, supposed to belong to plants actually growing in temperate and cold climates. (1799)"
  2199.   (1799.4) G. Smith Laborat. I. 77 "A little nitre thrown into the crucible, which effectually calcines the remaining regulus of antimony. (1799)"
  2200.   (1799.5) J. Robertson Agric. Perth 302 "When the tract for conveying the water has been once made with judgment, it may remain for centuries. (1799)"
  2201.   (1799.6) Kirwan Geol. Ess. 36 "Trees..have been found in great depths in our modern continents,..and often mixed with marine remains. (1799)"
  2202.   (1799.7) Kirwan Geol. Ess. 68 "The remains of elephants and rhinoceri accompanied by marine vegetables. (1799)"
  2203.   (1799.8) Kirwan Geol. Ess. 240 "Covered by bituminous marlite, and with piscine remains. (1799)"
  2204.   (1799.9) Kirwan Geol. Ess. v. 142 "Margraff.. found it to yield volalkali from some remains of the putrid wood that were still contained in it. (1799)"
  2205.   (1799.10) Sir H. Davy in Beddoes Contrib. Phys. &. Med. Knowl. 71 "The phosoxydable base remains pure. (1799)"
  2206.   (1799.11) S. Turner Anglo-Sax. (1836) I. iv. v. 295 "He is represented to have..passed the remainder of his life in reputation and justice. (1799)"
  2207.   (1799.12) Stuart in Owen Mrq. Wellesley's Desp. (1877) 113 "The main body of the army, with the park and provisions, remained at Seedapore. (1799)"
  2208.   (1799.13) Tooke View Russian Emp. 261 "After remaining awhile they come down from the *sweating-bench, and wash their body with warm or cold water. (1799)"
  2209.   (1799.14) Wellington Suppl. Desp. (1858) I. 370 "He may hereafter plunder the remainder of that talook. (1799)"
  2210.   (1799.15) Aurora (Philad.) 31 Jan. (Th.), "The gulls and goose-traps that have been sported for some time past all come from the shop in which the Washington Lottery wheels remain undrawn, and where a new goose-trap, the Amuskeag canal, was some time since hammered out. (1799)"
  2211.   (1799.16) Chron. in Ann. Reg. 67/1 "The primateship will remain vacant for two years. (1799)"
  2212.   (1799.17) Med. Jrnl. II. 371 "An elevated smooth brown scab remained..upon each of the children's arms, after all discharge from the part had ceased. (1799)"
  2213.   (1799.18) Med. Jrnl. II. 116 "When..the hectic symptoms were subdued, and only weakness remained, tonics completed the cure. (1799)"
  2214.   (1799.19) Trans. Soc. Encourag. Arts XVII. 337 "Work off the remaining wood with a large firming chissel. (1799)"
  2215.   (1800.1) Addison Amer. Law Rep. 129 "The possessor remains liable to the true owner. (1800)"
  2216.   (1800.2) Coleridge Piccolom. v. vi. 72 "To him Nothing on earth remains unwrenched and firm, Who has no faith. (1800)"
  2217.   (1800.3) Coleridge in C. K. Paul Godwin (1876) II. 13 "Life is too melancholy a thing for men in general for the doctrine of unprogressiveness to remain popular. (1800)"
  2218.   (1800.4) Cowper Odyssey (ed. 2) x. 419 "When, therefore, nought of all her solemn oath Unsworn remain'd, I climb'd her stately bed. (1800)"
  2219.   (1800.5) Joanna Baillie (O.), "Some witlings and jest-mongers still remain For fools to laugh at. (1800)"
  2220.   (1800.6) K. White Christiad ix, "No sweet remain of life encheers the sight. (1800)"
  2221.   (1800.7) Mrs. Hervey Mourtray Fam. III. 134 "His estate of 1200l. a year went to nurse; and a small allowance from his creditors..remained for the maintenance of his family. (1800)"
  2222.   (1800.8) Southey in C. Southey Life II. 72 "One who can let his feelings remain awake, and opiate his reason. (1800)"
  2223.   (1800.9) Wordsw. Michael 481 "The remains Of the unfinished Sheep-fold may be seen Beside the boisterous brook of Greenhead Ghyll. (1800)"
  2224.   (1800.10) W. Tooke Hist. Russia I. i. 13 "Komanes. They were neighbours of the Madshares or Ugres, and migrated in conjunction with them at the close of the eighth century to Pannonia. They dwelt upon the river Kuma, from which they also had their name. On the other side of the Terek is still a people named Kumuiks; perhaps remains of the old Kumanians. (1800)"
  2225.   (1800.11) Asiatic Ann. Reg. 26/2 "He remained undistinguished for any thing, except the infamous action, in which [etc.]. (1800)"
  2226.   (1800.12) Act 39 &. 40 Geo. III, c. 99 §.2 "Any time during which the said pledge shall remain in pawn. (1800)"
  2227.   (1800.13) Law Rep. 29 Ch. Div. 521 "So much thereof as should remain unappointed or undisposed of. (1800)"
  2228.   (1800.14) Med. News LII. 640 (Cent.) "The third point-the antiseptic value of these bodies-still remains for the germiculturist to determine. (1800)"
  2229.   (1800.15) Misc. Tr. in Asiat. Ann. Reg. 34/2 "The arrears have accumulated..and the claims of the government remain undischarged. (1800)"
  2230.   (1800.16) Med. Jrnl. III. 254 "There can be no very great deviation, while we remain at the vestibule of useful inquiry. (1800)"
  2231.   (1800.17) tr. Lagrange's Chem. I. 369 "There remains in the retort a vitreous mass,..which is very pure arsenic acid. (1800)"
  2232.   (1800.18) tr. Lagrange's Chem. I. 89 "Carbonic acid gas..is not condensed at that degree of pressure and of temperature of the atmosphere in which we live. It remains in the state of gas. (1800)"
  2233.   (1800.19) tr. Lagrange's Chem. II. 84 "There remains a whitish-grey mass, which formerly was called Vitriol Calcined to Whiteness. If you distil it in a retort, and collect the product, you will have first, a water slightly acid, called Dew of Vitriol. (1800)"
  2234.   (1800.20) tr. Lagrange's Chem. I. 244 "The nitric acid remains free in the liquor. (1800)"
  2235.   (1801.1) Ld. Campbell Let. Apr. in Life &. Corr. (1881) I. 69 "The intimacy between him [Addington] and Pitt continues as great as ever, and no doubt of his *puppetism any longer remains. (1801)"
  2236.   (1801.2) Southey Thalaba iv. xix, "Idly to remain Were yielding effortless. (1801)"
  2237.   (1801.3) Southey Thalaba ii. viii, "O'er the two remaining lives A cloud unpierceable had risen. (1801)"
  2238.   (1801.4) Southey Thalaba i. xxiii, "The trees and flowers remain, By Nature's care perpetuate and self-sown. (1801)"
  2239.   (1801.5) T. Thomson Chem. II. 363 " When tannin is distilled..there comes over also some empyreumatic oil, and a voluminous coal remains behind. (1801)"
  2240.   (1801.6) T. Moore To the Large &. Beaut. Miss Foote 4 "But how comes it that you, such a capital prize, Should so long have remained in the wheel? " (1801)"
  2241.   (1801.7) W. B. Daniel Rur. Sports I. 375 "His landing place, which will be found..either by his spraints, his seal, or the remains of fish. (1801)"
  2242.   (1801.8) Wellington in Gurw. Desp. (1837) I. 347 "The garrison could not remain in that fort opposed to the fire of a man of war. (1801)"
  2243.   (1801.9) W. Taylor in Monthly Mag. XII. 574 "On the decease of one sixteener or alderman, the remainder filled up the vacancy. (1801)"
  2244.   (1801.10) Young in Phil. Trans. XCII. 46 "Its remaining many months as if in a latent state, and its subsequent re-emission by the action of heat. (1801)"
  2245.   (1801.11) Farmer's Mag. Nov. 422 "An old venerable Cathedral still remains here, in defiance of the waste of time, and the rude hand of reformers. (1801)"
  2246.   (1801.12) Farmer's Mag. Nov. 469 "A large growth of grass,..owing to the comparative smallness of stock kept, remains..to be consumed. (1801)"
  2247.   (1801.13) Lusignan III. 145 "Do you then envy me this short remains of happiness? " (1801)"
  2248.   (1801.14) Med. Jrnl. V. 284 "Remaining in one of the calices or infundibula in the kidneys. (1801)"
  2249.   (1801.15) Med. Jrnl. V. 565 "On transfusing red blood into the temporal artery, the animal remained lively and well. (1801)"
  2250.   (1801.16) in A. Duncan Marin. Chron. (1804) II. 355 "Leaving Captain Porter, who, with six Manilla seconnies, remained on board the wreck. (1801)"
  2251.   (1801.17) in C. P. Collyns Notes Chase Wild Red Deer (1862) App. 211 "The remaining horn had three on top with all his rights. (1801)"
  2252.   (1802.1) Barrington Hist. N.S. Wales x. 390 "Hut-keepers to remain at home and prevent robbery, while the other inhabitants of the hut were at labour. (1802)"
  2253.   (1802.2) Beddoes Hygë.ia viii. 32 "New musty liquors remain at least equally strong for a time. (1802)"
  2254.   (1802.3) C. James Milit. Dict. s.v., "Capitaine en Second..Lieutenant en Second..are officers whose companies have been reduced, but who do duty in others, and are destined to fill up the first vacancies. We have borrowed the expression and say, To be seconded. When an officer is seconded, he remains upon full pay, his rank goes on, and he may purchase the next vacant step, without being obliged to memorial in a manner that a half-pay officer must. (1802)"
  2255.   (1802.4) C. James Milit. Dict., "Mouser, an ironical term, which is sometimes used in the British militia to distinguish battalion men from the flank companies. It is indeed generally applied to them by the grenadiers and light bobs, meaning, that while the latter are detached, the former remain in quarters, like cats, to watch the mice, &.c. (1802)"
  2256.   (1802.5) H. Martin Helen of Glenross I. 201 "Mr. Mulgrave, unobnoxious to any party, was advised to remain. (1802)"
  2257.   (1802.6) James Milit. Dict. s.v., "In foreign parts a remain is taken only on the appointment of a new storekeeper. (1802)"
  2258.   (1802.7) Jefferson Writ. (1830) III. 489 "The residuum of money remaining in the treasury. (1802)"
  2259.   (1802.8) Playfair Illustr. Hutton. Th. 459 "These remains are found in..what the Abb&eacu. Fortis calls an ocreo-stalactitical earth. (1802)"
  2260.   (1802.9) Paley Nat. Theol. ii. §.3 "The argument from design remains as it was. (1802)"
  2261.   (1802.10) T. Jefferson Writ. (1830) III. 489 "It remains to amalgamate the comptroller and auditor into one. (1802)"
  2262.   (1802.11) W. Forsyth Fruit Trees (1824) 214 "If any of the old dead snags remain they should be cut off close to the quick wood. (1802)"
  2263.   (1802.12) Med. Jrn. VIII. 318 "These phenomena, however, only take place the moment the Galvanic chain is shut, or when it is suffered to remain shut..If the opposite action, occasioned at the moment the chain is separated, had entirely supplanted..the former. (1802)"
  2264.   (1802.13) Med. &. Phys. Jrnl. VIII. 368 "The Mollusca..have all the remainder of the common bundle of nerves..contained in the same cavity with the other viscera. (1802)"
  2265.   (1802.14) Noble Wanderers I. 37 "Native energy..which, unoperated upon by adversity,..remains an inactive principle in the mind. (1802)"
  2266.   (1802-12.1) Bentham Ration. Judic. Evid. (1827) II. 194 "The man is split into two persons..: or, he remaining unsplit, an ideal person is fabricated to speak of the real one. (1802-"
  2267.   (1802-12.2) Bentham Ration. Judic. Evid. (1827) II. 659 "If the child remains unsprinkled,..no registration is to take place. (1802-"
  2268.   (1802-12.3) Bentham Ration. Judic. Evid. (1827) I. 382 "They or he remain unperjured, all the others perjured. (1802-"
  2269.   (1802-12.4) Bentham Ration. Judic. Evid. (1827) I. 570 "The audience in the court remaining undisplaced. (1802-"
  2270.   (1802-12.5) Bentham Rat. Judic. Evid. (1827) IV. 527 "How inconsistent and absurd, to do away the mischief in retail, and, in the very self-same shape, leave it to remain in gross! " (1802-"
  2271.   (1802-12.6) Bentham Ration. Judic. Evid. (1827) I. 141 "The decision remaining unreversed, and, but for legislative authority, unreversable. (1802-"
  2272.   (1802-12.7) Bentham Ration. Judic. Evid. (1827) I. 354 "Mendacity..remains altogether unpunishable. (1802-"
  2273.   (1802-12.8) Bentham Ration. Judic. Evid. (1827) V. 97 "The example is bad, when a man supposed to be guilty is seen to remain unprosecuted. (1802-"
  2274.   (1802-12.9) Bentham Ration. Judic. Evid. (1827) IV. 189 "So long as that system of abominations remains unextirpated. (1802-"
  2275.   (1802-12.10) Bentham Ration. Judic. Evid. (1827) II. 405 "A repugnancy, which, for want of cross-examination, remains uncleared up. (1802-"
  2276.   (1802-13.1) Bingley Anim. Biog. (ed. 4) I. 44 "In their chrysalid state they remain for some time..perfectly inanimate. (1802-"
  2277.   (1803.1) G. S. Faber Cabiri II. 389 "No cineritious remains are visible..and..there are no marks of cremation in the cave. (1803)"
  2278.   (1803.2) H. K. White Let. to N. White 2 May, "There remains no way of re-obtaining my volume but this. (1803)"
  2279.   (1803.3) Nelson 3 June in Nicolas Disp. (1845) V. 78 "You are..on no account..to supply any of his Majesty's Ships..with Naval Stores without being furnished with the Boatswain's and Carpenter's Supplies, Expenses, and Remains. (1803)"
  2280.   (1803.4) W. Taylor in Monthly Mag. XV. 321 "Nothing would remain tenable..but the system of the idealists. (1803)"
  2281.   (1803.5) Wellington in Gurw. Desp. (1837) II. 396 "He there remained..without throwing away his ammunition excepting when he could do it with effect in judicious sallies. (1803)"
  2282.   (1803.6) Ann. Rev. I. 275 "What remains unexplicable in the conduct of public men is not solved by conjecture. (1803)"
  2283.   (1803.7) Censor 1 Sept. 100 "There is something..so moving in the narrative, that I think it is impossible any reader, however stoical, can remain unaffected. (1803)"
  2284.   (1803.8) Censor 1 Nov. 126, "I thrust my sweetheart into the coal-cellar... I flattered myself that he could remain unseen in some corner of that large reservoir. (1803)"
  2285.   (1803.9) Chron. in Ann. Reg. 468/2 "The *mooring-stones remained perfectly steady as did all the ships that were properly moored. (1803)"
  2286.   (1803.10) Med. Jrnl. 520 "The patients..endeavoured to get up, and to remain out of bed. (1803)"
  2287.   (1803.11) Med. Jrnl. X. 566 "If the anterior part of the capsula remain,..the needle is retracted from the lens. (1803)"
  2288.   (1803.12) Phil. Trans. XCV. 152, "I mentioned the probability that there existed..unenlightened stars (if I may be allowed the expression) that have ever remained in eternal darkness. (1803)"
  2289.   (1803.13) in Gurw. Wellington's Desp. (1844) I. 585 "If you are resolved on having an audience, come tomorrow, when only two ghurees of the day shall remain. (1803)"
  2290.   (1803-1810.1) James Military Dict. s.v., "That these detenus (we are borne out by the public prints for using the term) would remain as hostages to secure to men in open rebellion all the rights and privileges of fair warriors. (1803-"
  2291.   (1804.1) Abernethy Surg. Obs. 124 "Sinuses remained where the abscesses had been. (1804)"
  2292.   (1804.2) C. B. Brown tr. Volney's View Soil U.S. 203 "Just as the sea experiences a libratory motion, while its interior currents remain undisturbed. (1804)"
  2293.   (1804.3) G. Rose Diaries (1860) II. 134 "Lord Charles Spencer should be allowed to remain in the other joint Postmastership. (1804)"
  2294.   (1804.4) Larwood No Gun Boats 12 "Better to give all than suffer their Gun Boats to remain in even an unruddered, unmasted, unordonanced existence. (1804)"
  2295.   (1804.5) Larwood No Gun Boats 12 "Better to give all than suffer their Gun Boats to remain in even an unruddered, unmasted, unordonanced existence. (1804)"
  2296.   (1804.6) Nelson 22 Mar. in Nicolas Disp. (1845) V. 471 "Seahorse being in want of wood, to be ordered..to the Island of Asinara, to cut wood, for which purpose she may remain forty-eight hours. In much less time the Victory could be wooded. (1804)"
  2297.   (1804.7) Southey Let. to Coleridge 11 June, "And so unplastered it [sc. a room] is likely to remain another winter. (1804)"
  2298.   (1804.8) Wellington in Gurw. Desp. (1837) III. 497 "If the British Government had remained..a tacit spectator of events. (1804)"
  2299.   (1804.9) Europ. Mag. XLV. 347/2 "The above remarks do not apply to what I shall call collections of legitimate remains. (1804)"
  2300.   (1804-1820.1) W. Blake Jerusalem iii, in Compl. Writings (1972) 714 "So Men pass on: but States remain permanent for ever. (1804-"
  2301.   (1805.1) A. Duncan Mariner's Chron. IV. 75 "The captain..expressed his surprise that the ship should remain so long on her beam-ends, in such a heavy sea, without capsizing. (1805)"
  2302.   (1805.2) Forsyth Beauties Scotl. II. 443 "The out-field land remained in a state of utter reprobation. No dung was ever spread on any part of it. (1805)"
  2303.   (1805.3) G. Barry Orkney Isl. 305 "The Guillemote..here the skout, remains with us all the winter. (1805)"
  2304.   (1805.4) Lucock Nat. Wool 44 "Perhaps they [the Italian cities] would have remained much longer the emporia of the world. (1805)"
  2305.   (1805.5) Lambert tr. Michaux' Trav. Allegany Mts. 301 "The remainder of this tract..produces only the white, red,..and rocky oaks, &.c. intermixed with pines. (1805)"
  2306.   (1805.6) M. Lewis in Lewis &. Clark Exped. (1904) II. 220, "I dispatched Sergt. Ordway with 4 Canoes and 8 men to take up a load of baggage as far as Capt. Clark's camp and return for the remainder of our plunder. (1805)"
  2307.   (1805.7) R. W. Dickson Pract. Agric. II. 1042 "Manure..blanching and tendering the grass plants in the spots where it remains. (1805)"
  2308.   (1805.8) Southey Madoc in Azt. xxii, "Till in her mortal tenement relodged Earthly delights might win her to remain. (1805)"
  2309.   (1805.9) Southey Madoc ii. vi, "Irresolute They heard, and inobedient; to obey Fearing, yet fearful to remain. (1805)"
  2310.   (1805.10) Amer. State Papers (1832) II. 669 "As nothing was said in my communication respecting the ordinary mission, it remains of course in force. (1805)"
  2311.   (1805.11) Med. Jrnl. XIV. 459 "Dr. Kinglake's last argument..remains to be examined, the analogy of common sprain to gout. (1805)"
  2312.   (1805.12) Monthly Mag. XX. 43 "It would probably have remained unended for a long time. (1805)"
  2313.   (1805.13) Naval Chron. XV. 35, "I remained in an oyster state, between asleep and awake. (1805)"
  2314.   (1805.14) Naval Chron. XIII. 7, "I remained six weeks in this Sky parlour. (1805)"
  2315.   (1805.15) State Fraser of Fraserfield 216 (Jam.), "The remains of an old dyke or bulwark, much slapped and broken. (1805)"
  2316.   (1805.16) tr. Lafontaine's Hermann &. E. IV. 181 "She is unacquainted of this circumstance, and she must remain in ignorance of it. (1805)"
  2317.   (1805-17.1) R. Jameson Char. Min. (ed. 3) 295 "Fritting, when single parts of the mass are melted, while others remain unaltered. (1805-"
  2318.   (1806.1) Forsyth Beauties Scotl. IV. 132 "The remainder [of the money] is divided into shares, called deals, according to the number of persons entitled to a portion of it. (1806)"
  2319.   (1806.2) G. Pinckard Notes W. Ind. I. 183 "The timoneer left the helm; and the ship remained immoveable upon the water. (1806)"
  2320.   (1806.3) H. K. White To Contemplation Rem. (1825) 384, "I alone, A wayward youth, misled by Fancy's vagaries, Remain'd unsettled. (1806)"
  2321.   (1806.4) Horsley Serm. xvii. (1816) II. 68 "As the inquiry is of the highest importance, and spontaneously presents itself, it is to this that I shall devote the remainder of the present discourse. (1806)"
  2322.   (1806.5) Home in Phil. Trans. XCVI. 359 "In the common mode of pithing cattle the medulla spinalis only is cut through, and the head remains alive. (1806)"
  2323.   (1806.6) H. K. White Christiad i. ix, "No sweet remain of life encheers the sight. (1806)"
  2324.   (1806.7) J. Beresford Miseries Hum. Life i. 5 "My only remaining solace,-that of sociality in sorrow and complaint. (1806)"
  2325.   (1806.8) M. A. Shee Rhymes Art 27 "While yet unspell'd, unplighted you remain, Pause, ere you join the art-enamour'd train. (1806)"
  2326.   (1806.9) Surr Winter in Lond. I. 216 "[The books] remained stationary on the shelves, except to the curiosi. (1806)"
  2327.   (1806.10) Scott Let. 20 Sept. (1932) I. 317 "The pilot-less state in which the political vessel has remained since his [sc. Pitt's] death. (1806)"
  2328.   (1806.11) Surr Winter in Lond. I. 21 "There remained thirty thousand pounds unappropriated, and the whole was at her own disposal. (1806)"
  2329.   (1806.12) Vesey Reports VI. 699 "Notwithstanding the Union, for all the municipal jurisdiction of the Great Seal,..the countries remain as distinct, as formerly. (1806)"
  2330.   (1806.13) Med. Jrnl. XV. 21 "When the uterus remains within the labia. (1806)"
  2331.   (1806.14) Med. Jrnl. XV. 476 "In which blood..remaining stagnated in its proper vessels, did not coagulate. (1806)"
  2332.   (1806.15) Med. Jrnl. XV. 556, "I have chosen to remain in the shade. (1806)"
  2333.   (1806.16) in B. Hawkins Lett. (1916) 429 "It will be some time before the Greek young will get rid of the remains of that alloy which debased the agents and refugeed their associates. (1806)"
  2334.   (1806-7.1) J. Beresford Miseries Hum. Life (1826) ix. i, "The dry rank remains of some non-descript cheese. (1806-"
  2335.   (1806-7.2) J. Beresford Miseries Hum. Life (1826) x. §.69 "Its few remaining hairs [said of an old toothbrush] staring off horizontally on all sides. (1806-"
  2336.   (1807.1) Chalmers Caledonia I. Pref. p. vii, "The scholars of Scotland remained sluggish, and silent. (1807)"
  2337.   (1807.2) Crabbe Parish Reg. i. 252 "Where chalky tallies yet remain in rows. (1807)"
  2338.   (1807.3) G. Chalmers Caledonia I. i. iv. 125 "No castrensian remains. (1807)"
  2339.   (1807.4) G. Chalmers Caledonia I. Pref. p. vii, "The scholars of Scotland remained inert, and uncommunicative of what they did not know. (1807)"
  2340.   (1807.5) P. Gass Jrnl. 201 "Remained here all day and had a great deal of trouble with our horses, as they are all studs, and break almost every rope we can raise. (1807)"
  2341.   (1807.6) P. Gass Jrnl. 239 "We remained here all day airing and sunning our baggage and stores. (1807)"
  2342.   (1807.7) Southey Espriella's Lett. III. 339 "All night I remained wakeful-not in that state of feverish startlishness which the expectation of an early call occasions, but [etc.]. (1807)"
  2343.   (1807.8) T. Thomson Chem. (ed. 3) II. 329 "This powder was called Prussian blue; and the method of procuring it remained concealed, because it had become a lucrative article of commerce, till Dr. Woodward published a process in the Philosophical Transactions for 1724. (1807)"
  2344.   (1807.9) T. Young Lect. Nat. Phil. I. 140 "Torsion, or twisting, consists in the lateral displacement, or detrusion, of the opposite parts of a solid, in opposite directions, the central particles only remaining in their natural state. (1807)"
  2345.   (1807.10) Vancouver Agric. Devon (1813) 84 "Enabling the widow of the last surviving tenant to the church&dubh.lands in possession, to hold over the estate so long as she remained unmarried. (1807)"
  2346.   (1807.11) Vancouver Agric. Devon (1813) 38 "Proceeding northwardly through the remainder of East Allington. (1807)"
  2347.   (1807.12) tr. Three Germans II. 30 "He remained upon the silent listen. (1807)"
  2348.   (1807.13) tr. Three Germans I. 72 "To overcome that small remain of fortitude which yet animated and sustained him. (1807)"
  2349.   (1807-26.1) S. Cooper First Lines Surg. xv. (ed. 5) 354 "The disease will often remain stationary during life. (1807-"
  2350.   (1808.1) Ashe Travels I. 302 "The town..has in its centre, the remains of an old *Log Guard. (1808)"
  2351.   (1808.2) Bentham Scotch Ref. 23 "The affidavit-maker (deponent) remaining subject to examination. (1808)"
  2352.   (1808.3) Finlay Scot. Hist. &. Rom. Ball. I. p. xxx, "The Skaldic remains preserved in the Edda. (1808)"
  2353.   (1808.4) Knox &. Jebb Corresp. (1834) I. 461 "There does not seem to remain in him a single doctrine nodosity. (1808)"
  2354.   (1808.5) Pike Sources Mississ. ii. 175 "Those savages although erratic must remain long enough in one position to cultivate this grain. (1808)"
  2355.   (1808.6) Parsons Trav. Asia, etc. iv. 77 "We still remained in camp, the ground being too swampy to continue our rout. (1808)"
  2356.   (1808.7) W. Taylor in Monthly Mag. XXVI. 111 "The police of the metropolis is already curious..enough: without employing new ferrets to scrab the remaining pleasures out of their skulking-holes. (1808)"
  2357.   (1808.8) W. Herbert Ella Rosenberg I. 136 "`No!' exclaimed the count... `I will remain in my castle. If I perish here, at least they will not streate my castle from my posterity!'" (1808)"
  2358.   (1808-25.1) Jamieson, "Twa part, twaparte, two thirds... This mode of expression is still quite common... The twa part and third, i.e., two thirds, and the remaining one. (1808-"
  2359.   (1808-79.1) Jamieson Dict. s.v., "To tak a farm in a bowin, to take a lease of a farm in grass, with the life stock on it; this still remaining the property of the landholder, or person who lets it. Ayrs. (1808-"
  2360.   (1809.1) Coleridge Friend 161 "My feelings..and imagination did not remain unkindled in this general conflagration. (1809)"
  2361.   (1809.2) Jas. Moore Camp. Spain 2 "The soldiers..remained tossing on board the crowded transports. (1809)"
  2362.   (1809.3) Kendall Trav. III. lxxviii. 213 "An elaborate monument of some transaction of which no other trace remains to elucidate this imperfect iconography. (1809)"
  2363.   (1809.4) Kendall Trav. III. lxvii. 54 "On the farm are small remains of the missionary church, called by the protestant colonists the mass-house. (1809)"
  2364.   (1809.5) Ld. Malmesbury in G. Rose Diaries (1860) II. 355 "Remaining a week for the purpose of bathing. (1809)"
  2365.   (1809.6) Malkin Gil Blas x. vi. (Rtldg.) 351, "I remained motionless for some seconds, which gave him time to get the start of me. (1809)"
  2366.   (1809.7) Mottos Peers Scotl. Errata, "James, Earl of Hopetoun, was created an English peer..with remainder to the issue male of the body of his father. (1809)"
  2367.   (1809.8) Med. Jrnl. XXI. 150 "But with all who have the courage to speak out, a difficulty remains. (1809)"
  2368.   (1809.9) Repos. of Arts 389 "He stipulated that the privileges of the Tyrolese..should remain entire. (1809)"
  2369.   (1809.10) Sporting Mag. XXXIV. 56 "Suffering his name to remain upon the debtor side of a *night book for years. (1809)"
  2370.   (1809-10.1) Coleridge Friend (1865) 126 "Men remain in the domestic state and form neighbour&dubh.hoods, but not governments. (1809-"
  2371.   (1809-10.2) Coleridge Friend (1818) III. 202 "Its own productivity would have remained for ever hidden from itself. (1809-"
  2372.   (1809-10.3) Coleridge Friend (1863) II. 130 "The remaining mass of useful labourers and operatives in science, literature, and the learned professions. (1809-"
  2373.   (1809-11.1) Combe Syntax xxv. 417 "The Policies remain'd secure, Waiting for arms of signature; For what brave spirit e'er would fight 'em When nobody would underwrite 'em. (1809-"
  2374.   (1810.1) Bentham Packing (1821) 154 "The great body of the law, remaining..in the shapeless state, of common, alias unwritten, law. (1810)"
  2375.   (1810.2) Coleridge Friend 358 "To remain in nominal Peace and unresenting Passiveness with an insolent neighbour. (1810)"
  2376.   (1810.3) J. Robertson Agric. Surv. Kincard. 376 (Jam.) "Should dock-weeds be allowed to remain till they begin to ripen (then called red-shanks) they are not so easily pulled. (1810)"
  2377.   (1810.4) Syd. Smith Public Schools Wks. 1859 I. 188 "His sister, who has remained at home at the apron-strings of her mother, is very much his superior in the science of manners. (1810)"
  2378.   (1810.5) Southey Lett. in Life III. xvi. 275, "I have no hope from chopping and changing while the materials must remain the same. (1810)"
  2379.   (1810.6) Wellington in Gurw. Desp. (1838) V. 537 "We ought to..encourage to remain here all the gentlemen of the country, as a germ of insurrection. (1810)"
  2380.   (1810.7) Act 50 Geo. III, c. 112 §.41 "Bills of suspension and interdict shall with respect to caution remain as at present. (1810)"
  2381.   (1810.8) Gentl. Mag. LXXXVI. i. 214 "Their hair remains matted and wreathed in elves-locks. (1810)"
  2382.   (1810.9) House of Lancaster I. 103, "I remained firmly and irrevocably fixed in my first resolution. (1810)"
  2383.   (1810.10) Monthly Mag. XXIX. 149 "It requires ascetic virtue..to remain unenchanted by the glare. (1810)"
  2384.   (1810.11) Sporting Mag. XXXVI. 153 "The remains of this once celebrated character are permitted to remain without any monumentary token of respect. (1810)"
  2385.   (1810-26.1) Henry Elem. Chem. II. 332 "Olivile is a name given by M. Pelletier to the substance which remains after gently evaporating the alcoholic solution of the gum which exudes from the olive tree. (1810-"
  2386.   (1811.1) Coleridge Lect. (1856) 45 "When the whole pleasure received is derived from an unexpected turn of expression, then I call it wit; but when the pleasure is produced..by an image which remains with us..I call it fancy. (1811)"
  2387.   (1811.2) F. Plowden Hist. Irel. 1801-10 II. iv. 535 "The Catholics remained unemancipated. (1811)"
  2388.   (1811.3) Liston Perfect Intonation 27 "The Euharmonic Organ is contrived..to enable the musician..to produce harmony absolutely perfect, while the keyboard remains the same as before. (1811)"
  2389.   (1811.4) Pinkerton Petral. II. 370 "The under current continues to flow; so that upon its complete elapse, the space remains void. (1811)"
  2390.   (1811.5) Pinkerton Petral. I. 599 "It now remains to attempt a clear classification and description of the Accidential. (1811)"
  2391.   (1811.6) Pinkerton Petral. I. Introd., "The remaining six domains, derived from circumstances or accidences, are..8. The Diamictonic, or rocks in which the substances are so completely mingled, that it is difficult..to pronounce which preponderates. (1811)"
  2392.   (1811.7) Scott Don Roderick ii. xlix, "Nor unatoned, where freedom's foes prevail, Remain'd their savage waste. (1811)"
  2393.   (1811.8) T. Davis Agric. Wilts i. x. 88 "Young trees must be planted, part of which may be preserved for timber, and the remainder left to be stubbed off for underwood. (1811)"
  2394.   (1811.9) Regul. &. Orders Army 214 "The Nature of the Claims of any Man which remain unsettled. (1811)"
  2395.   (1812.1) Brackenridge Jrnl. in Views Louisiana (1814) 203 "A kind of scaffolds, ten or fifteen feet in height, which I was informed were erected..by the neighboring settlers for the purpose of shooting the deer by moon light... The hunter ascends the scaffold, and remains until the deer approaches. (1812)"
  2396.   (1812.2) Brackenridge Views Louisiana (1814) 176 "The soil of Louisiana is the most fertile in the world, the climate delightful during nine months of the year, and bad the remainder, only from being irreclaimed. (1812)"
  2397.   (1812.3) Crabbe Tales xx. 175 "His pension, with what sums remain Due or unsquander'd. (1812)"
  2398.   (1812.4) H. &. J. Smith Rej. Addr., Rebuilding, "Better remain by rubbish guarded, Than thus hubbubish groan placarded. (1812)"
  2399.   (1812.5) J. Smyth Pract. of Customs (1821) 282 "A paling Board is the outside or sappy part of a tree, sawed off from the four sides, in order to make the remaining part square. (1812)"
  2400.   (1812.6) J. H. Vaux Flash Dict., "Trig, a bit of stick, paper, &.c., placed by thieves in the keyhole of..the door of a house, which they suspect to be uninhabited; if the trig remains unmoved the following day, it is a proof that no person sleeps in the house. This..is called trigging the jigger. (1812)"
  2401.   (1812.7) L. Hunt in Examiner 25 May 321/1 "The remains of the Pittite Cabinet. (1812)"
  2402.   (1812.8) L. Hunt in Examiner 7 Dec. 770/2 "Your promise has remained unredeemed. (1812)"
  2403.   (1812.9) Miss Austen Mansf. Pk. (1847) 71 "The carriage drove off amid the good wishes of the two remaining ladies. (1812)"
  2404.   (1812.10) Sir H. Davy Chem. Philos. 97 "The heated elastic matter must remain longer in contact with the inferior than with the superior portion. (1812)"
  2405.   (1812.11) Shelley in Hogg Life (1858) II. 137 "Believe how devotedly and sincerely I must now remain yours. (1812)"
  2406.   (1812.12) Ann. Reg., Gen. Hist. 2 "Important differences between this country and the United States of America remained unadjusted. (1812)"
  2407.   (1812.13) Examiner 5 Oct. 633/1 "Which suffers an Irish Defaulter of unaccounted millions, to remain unaudited..after his dismissal. (1812)"
  2408.   (1812.14) Examiner 5 Oct. 633/1 "Which suffers an Irish Defaulter of unaccounted millions, to remain unaudited. (1812)"
  2409.   (1812.15) Oxoniana I. 5 "Some traces of this practice [disputationes in Augustinensibus] still remain in the University exercises, and the common phrase of scholars `doing Austins' has a direct allusion to it. (1812)"
  2410.   (1812.16) Sporting Mag. XXXIX. 210 "A man ought not to remain mousy [note, idle]. (1812)"
  2411.   (1813.1) Bakewell Introd. Geol. Pref. (1815) 5 "These rocks contain no organic remains. (1813)"
  2412.   (1813.2) Bakewell Introd. Geol. (1815) 86 "No organic remains are found in the crystalline lime-stone. (1813)"
  2413.   (1813.3) Bakewell Introd. Geol. (1815) 227 "Organic remains..of large vegetables, completely penetrated with silex. (1813)"
  2414.   (1813.4) Coleridge Lett. (1895) 612 "There remains an immedicable But. (1813)"
  2415.   (1813.5) Eustace Italy I. vii. 281 "Some fragments of marble linings..remain to attest the ancient magnificence of this port. (1813)"
  2416.   (1813.6) Hodgson &. Laird Beaut. Eng. &. Wales XII. i. 89 "Little remains of this ancient bulwark except a strong gate&dubh.way. the approach to which has been lately flanked with bastions, in the true gingerbread style. (1813)"
  2417.   (1813.7) J. Thomson Lect. Inflam. 216 "Is the coagulum ever absorbed while the serum remains unabsorbed? " (1813)"
  2418.   (1813.8) Sir H. Davy Agric. Chem. (1814) 192 "Rocks are generally divided by geologists into two grand divisions, distinguished by the names of primary and secondary... The secondary rocks, or strata, consist only partly of crystalline matter; contain fragments of other rocks or strata; often abound in the remains of vegetables and marine animals; and sometimes contain the remains of land animals. (1813)"
  2419.   (1813.9) Sir H. Davy Agric. Chem. (1814) 259 "By lopping trees, more nourishment is supplied to the remaining parts. (1813)"
  2420.   (1813.10) Southey Nelson II. 85 "Part of them were drafted into the different regiments, and the remainder formed into a corps, called the nautic legion. (1813)"
  2421.   (1813.11) Shelley Q. Mab ix. 145 "A pathless wilderness remains, Yet unsubdued by man's reclaiming hand. (1813)"
  2422.   (1813.12) Shelley Q. Mab iii. 15 "Turn thee, surpassing Spirit! Much yet remains unscanned. (1813)"
  2423.   (1813.13) Shelley Q. Mab iv. 141 "Soul is the only element, the block That for uncounted ages has remained. (1813)"
  2424.   (1813.14) Wellington in Gurwood Desp. (1838) X. 321 "Operations so near to the enemy, as that the vivandiers and other attendants on the troops cannot with safety remain near them. (1813)"
  2425.   (1813.15) Edin. Rev. XXI. 155 "The French mission was still suffered to remain in Stockholm, until the Moniteur mentioned the behaviour of Gustavus disrespectfully. (1813)"
  2426.   (1813.16) Monthly Mag. XXXV. 217 "The fact remains uninvalidated. (1813)"
  2427.   (1813.17) Sketches of Character (ed. 2) I. 21 "There remained but a straightened income for the widow. (1813)"
  2428.   (1814.1) Cary Dante, Inf. xx. 85 "Plying her arts, remain'd, and lived, and left Her body tenantless. (1814)"
  2429.   (1814.2) Keble Occas. Papers (1877) 154 "There remain two sorts of imitation instrumental to Poetry: indirect, by which the style and structure takes the colour of the subject; and direct. (1814)"
  2430.   (1814.3) Miss Austen Lady Susan xxxviii. (1879) 282 "It is impossible to submit to such an extremity while another alternative remains. (1814)"
  2431.   (1814.4) M. Birkbeck Notes Journey through France App. 14 "The numerous longitudinal ridges..with which this charming country is, `parsem&eacu.', appear to be the venerable remains of the ancient surface. (1814)"
  2432.   (1814.5) Scott Border Antiq. I. 1 "This ancient baronial edifice is now in ruins,..and nothing scarcely remains but a few melancholy vestiges, which [etc.]. (1814)"
  2433.   (1814.6) W. Van Mildert Bampton Lect. iii. (ed. 2) 82 "Vain attempts to explicate points which..must ever remain enveloped in..mystery. (1814)"
  2434.   (1814.7) W. Bentley Diary (1914) IV. 262 "The post remained, retained on the side of the steeple by the *Lightning conductors. (1814)"
  2435.   (1815.1) J. Smith Panorama Sci. &. Art II. 446 "With nearly all persons who have breathed this gas, not the least uneasiness or languor subsequently remains. (1815)"
  2436.   (1815.2) J. Smith Panorama Sci. &. Art I. 134 "In many small churches..the Norman door has been suffered to remain. (1815)"
  2437.   (1815.3) J. Smith Panorama Sc. &. Art II. 540 "In purifying the silks which are to remain white, a tinge is given by the addition of a small quantity of different colouring matters. (1815)"
  2438.   (1815.4) J. Smith Panorama Sci. &. Art II. 71 "The inference drawn by the Florentines, remained uncontradicted by any experiment, till about 1762. (1815)"
  2439.   (1815.5) J. Grant in Monthly Mag. XXXIX. 303 "The first syllable of each being thetic or emphatic and the remainder of the foot being in arsis or remiss. (1815)"
  2440.   (1815.6) J. Smith Panorama Sci. &. Art II. 319 "The standard temperatures desired, remained unascertained till the time of Newton. (1815)"
  2441.   (1815.7) Kirby &. Sp. Entomol. xiii. (1816) I. 419 "The unadhesive radii and exterior threads remain unsoiled. (1815)"
  2442.   (1815.8) Scott Guy M. iv, "The gipsy remained on the shore, reciting or singing, and gesticulating with great vehemence. (1815)"
  2443.   (1815.9) Scott Guy M. xl, "Owing to these circumstances, Brown remained several days in Allonby without any answers whatever. (1815)"
  2444.   (1815.10) Scott Guy M. xxii, "Part of Brown's view in choosing that unusual tract..had been a desire to view the remains of the celebrated Roman Wall. (1815)"
  2445.   (1815.11) Scott Guy M. xxxiii, "But you must remain snug at the Point of Warroch till I come to see you. (1815)"
  2446.   (1815.12) Scott Guy M. ii, "The apprizer..cut the family out of another monstrous cantle of their remaining property. (1815)"
  2447.   (1815.13) Shelley Alastor 660 "When heaven remained utterly black. (1815)"
  2448.   (1815.14) T. R. Malthus Inquiry Nature &. Progress Rent 1 "The rent of land may be defined to be that portion of the value of the whole produce which remains to the owner of the land, after all the out&dubh.goings belonging to its cultivation..have been paid, including the profits of the capital employed, estimated according to the usual and ordinary rate of the profits of agricultural stock at the time being. (1815)"
  2449.   (1815.15) T. Jefferson Writ. (1830) IV. 247 "Disgraced by an association in opposition with the remains of Bonaparteism. (1815)"
  2450.   (1815.16) T. Forster Res. Atmosph. Phenom. i. §.5. 15 "Of the cloud..the other part remains cirriform. (1815)"
  2451.   (1815.17) W. Phillips Outl. Min. &. Geol. (1818) 88 "The term formation is not always used to express a deposite consisting only of a single stratum..it is also commonly used to designate a series of..strata, which being intimately associated, and containing the same description of organic remains, are thence..considered to be of contemporaneous formation. (1815)"
  2452.   (1815.18) Ann. Philos. VI. 114 "The trappers have seats near their doors, and remain by them all the time the pit is at work. (1815)"
  2453.   (1815.19) Edin. Rev. XXV. 99 "The scorified remains of a current of lava. (1815)"
  2454.   (1815.20) Niles' Weekly Reg. IX. 18/1 "Those not immediately engaged in reciting to some one or other of the professors, remain in their own chambers. (1815)"
  2455.   (1816.1) Byron Siege Cor. viii, "Given to none, Had young Francesca's hand remain'd Still by the church's bonds unchain'd. (1816)"
  2456.   (1816.2) Byron Pris. Chillon xi, "My broken chain With links unfasten'd did remain. (1816)"
  2457.   (1816.3) Byron Prisoner of Chillon ii, "That iron is a cankering thing, For in these limbs its teeth remain, With marks that will not wear away. (1816)"
  2458.   (1816.4) J. Scott Vis. Paris 239 "The remains found in the tomb of Childeric, were chiefly gold bees, from which Buonaparte took the hint of covering his mantle..with representations of that insect. (1816)"
  2459.   (1816.5) J. Smith Panorama Sc. &. Art II. 694 "Gather the remaining fruits. (1816)"
  2460.   (1816.6) Jefferson Writ. (1830) IV. 297 "If histories so unlike..can..be brought to the same tally, no line of distinction remains between fact and fancy. (1816)"
  2461.   (1816.7) J. Smith Panorama Sci. &. Art II. 435 "Distil off a part of the acid, till what remains in the retort has the consistence of sirup. (1816)"
  2462.   (1816.8) Kirby &. Sp. Entomol. (1843) I. 53 "Pup&ae.aeig; which are not excluded from the skin of the larva, but remain concealed under it, and were hence called by Linn&eacu. coarctate pup&ae.aeig;. (1816)"
  2463.   (1816.9) M. Greenleaf District of Maine 71 "The remainder [is held] by different individuals, who have purchased solely with a view to the profit of resales. (1816)"
  2464.   (1816.10) R. Kerr Agric. Surv. Berwicksh. 334 (Jam.) "Remains of ancient oak forests..which have grown into a kind of copse, or what is termed in Scotland hag woods. (1816)"
  2465.   (1816.11) R. Jameson Char. Min. (1817) 301 "Evanescent, when the colour remains as long as the mineral is in a state of fusion, but disappears on cooling. (1816)"
  2466.   (1816.12) Scott Old Mort. xi, "To remain together in arms for furthering the covenanted work of reformation. (1816)"
  2467.   (1816.13) Sir J. Sinclair in Monthly Mag. XLII. 298 "The fructiform productions which were found upon the same stalks often remained fixed together. (1816)"
  2468.   (1816.14) T. L. Peacock Headlong Hall vii, "The remaining one wallows in all the redundancies of luxury. (1816)"
  2469.   (1816.15) T. Jefferson Writ. (1830) IV. 280 "That nation is too high-minded..to remain quiet under its present compression. (1816)"
  2470.   (1816.16) Gentl. Mag. LXXXVI. i. 500 "Near the third window there are some steps remaining, which probably led to the rood-loft. (1816)"
  2471.   (1816.17) Monthly Mag. XLI. 144 "Applause revives. All cry, To France, To France! And Westmoreland unseconded remained. (1816)"
  2472.   (1816.18) Yng. Woman's Comp. 196 "Let the blamange settle before you turn it into the forms, or the blacks will remain at the bottom. (1816)"
  2473.   (1816-30.1) Bentham Offic. Apt. Maximized, Extract Const. Code (1830) 55 "The locating functionaries will..remain in possession of a power of choice, altogether arbitrary. (1816-"
  2474.   (1817.1) Bentham Parl. Reform (1818) 77 "So long, in a word, as it shall be my lot to remain alive, unkilled, and unbastiled. (1817)"
  2475.   (1817.2) Coleridge Biog. Lit. i. (1882) 5 "The great works of past ages..in respect to which his faculties must remain passive and submiss. (1817)"
  2476.   (1817.3) Coleridge Biog. Lit. 55 "Of the Hebrew..the remainder seemed to be in the Rabbinical dialect. (1817)"
  2477.   (1817.4) Coleridge Biog. Lit. I. x. 203, "I read through..the most important remains of the Theotiscan, or the transitional state of the Teutonic language from the Gothic to the old German of the Swabian period. (1817)"
  2478.   (1817.5) Coleridge Biog. Lit. 217 "In a poem, the characters of which, amid the strongest individualization, must still remain representative. (1817)"
  2479.   (1817.6) Cobbett Wks. VI. 31 "A Sinecure, which you have secured for your Son,..who is (if all remains tight) to enjoy it for his life after your death. (1817)"
  2480.   (1817.7) Jas. Mill Brit. India I. ii. x. 437 "Had the Hindus remained fixed from the earliest ages in the semibarbarous state. (1817)"
  2481.   (1817.8) J. Scott Paris Revisit. (ed. 4) 105 "That their capacities..did not seem to be improved,-that much of them remained unfilled up. (1817)"
  2482.   (1817.9) Keats Lett. (1958) I. 194 "Coleridge..would let go by a fine isolated verisimilitude caught from the Penetralium of mystery, from being incapable of remaining content with half knowledge. (1817)"
  2483.   (1817.10) Keatinge Trav. II. 138 "Not a foot of vertical superficies should remain unbrought into account. (1817)"
  2484.   (1817.11) Kirby &. Sp. Entomol. II. 451 "Remaining unfrozen though exposed to the severest cold. (1817)"
  2485.   (1817.12) Kirby &. Sp. Entomol. (1818) II. xxi. 265 "The caterpillar of another moth (Noctua subterranea, F.)..remains, a true Troglodyte,..in its cell under ground. (1817)"
  2486.   (1817.13) Lady Morgan France viii. (1818) II. 357 "He was obliged to remain abroad during the whole reign of terrorism. (1817)"
  2487.   (1817.14) Lady Morgan France viii. (1818) II. 381 "Those profounder feelings..remained cold and undeveloped. (1817)"
  2488.   (1817.15) Moore Lalla Rookh (1824) 171 "That venerable tower, he told them, was the remains of an ancient Fire-temple. (1817)"
  2489.   (1817.16) Shelley Rev. Islam ix. 3746 "That record shall remain..And fame, in human hope which sculptured was, Survive the perished scrolls of unenduring brass. (1817)"
  2490.   (1817.17) Scott Waverley II. xix. 293 "Proceed as we accorded before dinner, if you wish to remain longer in my service. (1817)"
  2491.   (1817.18) W. Selwyn Law Nisi Prius (ed. 4) II. 1126 "It will follow, that so long as the cause remains in the county court, the plaintiff may replevy the distress after non-suit there. (1817)"
  2492.   (1817.19) W. Selwyn Nisi Prius (ed. 4) II. 882 "To constitute a stranding it is essential that the vessel should be stationary; the striking on a rock where the vessel remains for a minute and a half only, is not a stranding, though she thereby receives an injury, which eventually proves fatal. (1817)"
  2493.   (1817.20) Keats Let. c 21 Dec. (1958) I. 193, "I had not a dispute but a disquisition, with Dilke, on various subjects; several things dovetailed in my mind, &. at once it struck me, what quality went to form a Man of Achievement especially in Literature &. which Shakespeare possessed so enormously-I mean Negative Capability, that is when man is capable of being in uncertainties, Mysteries, doubts without any irritable reaching after fact &. reason-Coleridge, for instance, would let go by a fine isolated verisimilitude caught from the Penetralium of mystery, from being incapable of remaining content with half knowledge. (1817)"
  2494.   (1818.1) Byron Let. to Rogers 3 March, "They are marrying the remaining singleness of the royal family. (1818)"
  2495.   (1818.2) Bentham Ch. Eng. Introd. 63 "A course which,-after substraction made of all punishment and all reward..would remain no less open to rulers than to subjects. (1818)"
  2496.   (1818.3) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 125 "If a mortgage becomes irredeemable by this statute, it will remain so in the hands of an assignee. (1818)"
  2497.   (1818.4) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 401 "The estate that was in them, was, by the statute, wholly transferred to serve the uses which were in esse, with a pregnancy and prospect to the contingent remainders, if they should arise in due time. (1818)"
  2498.   (1818.5) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) I. 214 "That the whole annuity, by an equitable marshalment, shall be thrown upon the two remaining thirds. (1818)"
  2499.   (1818.6) Cobbett Pol. Reg. XXXIII. 8 "What remains of it, is the Rump of the old Committee. (1818)"
  2500.   (1818.7) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) V. 91 "Every such fine..should be of the same force and effect, as if it had still remained upon record unconsumed or not lost. (1818)"
  2501.   (1818.8) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 269 "Such remainder is contingent, because it is uncertain which of them will survive. (1818)"
  2502.   (1818.9) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) VI. 579 "The learned Judges having given their opinion..there is nothing remaining for the consideration of the House. (1818)"
  2503.   (1818.10) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) IV. 87 "All leases made by tenants for life become absolutely void by their death; so that no..act, by the persons entitled to the remainder or reversion, will operate as a confirmation of them. (1818)"
  2504.   (1818.11) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 309 "It was resolved, that the remainder limited to B. was good. (1818)"
  2505.   (1818.12) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) III. 231 "The title to a barony, which has descended upon, and is vested in coheirs, remains in them in an inactive and dormant state. (1818)"
  2506.   (1818.13) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) VI. 375 "He intended his son should have it in remainder for his life only. (1818)"
  2507.   (1818.14) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 412 "From the collusion and covin between the tenant for years and the remote remainder-man. (1818)"
  2508.   (1818.15) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 306 "This rule flows..from the nature of a remainder. (1818)"
  2509.   (1818.16) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 325 "This not being a remainder created by that deed, but a conveyance of the then subsisting reversion or remainder expectant on the death of M. (1818)"
  2510.   (1818.17) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) VI. 41 "It divests the remainder or reversion,..leaving only in the remainder-man or reversioner a mere right of entry. (1818)"
  2511.   (1818.18) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) VI. 359 "If a conveyance had been prayed, there must have been a limitation to trustees to preserve contingent remainders. (1818)"
  2512.   (1818.19) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) V. 25 "The right of the remainder-man, expectant on the determination of the estate tail. (1818)"
  2513.   (1818.20) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) V. 509 "Although a recovery be a good bar to a remainder for years [etc.]. (1818)"
  2514.   (1818.21) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) V. 499 "It was still the same residue remaining in the wife, which she had not disposed of before. (1818)"
  2515.   (1818.22) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) VI. 526 "Alice Higgins devised the premises, being a term for 999 years, to trustees, in trust for herself for life, remainder to H. Higgins her son and Mary his wife. (1818)"
  2516.   (1818.23) Chitty Bills of Exchange (ed. 5) 81 "The several parts of a foreign bill are called a set; each part contains a condition, that it shall be paid, provided the others remain unpaid. (1818)"
  2517.   (1818.24) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 276 "Upon trust to preserve the contingent remainders thereinafter limited. (1818)"
  2518.   (1818.25) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 326 "We are now to consider the time at which it is requisite a contingent remainder should vest in interest. (1818)"
  2519.   (1818.26) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 354 "The alteration in the particular estate, which would destroy a contingent remainder, must amount to an alteration in its quantity, and not in its quality. (1818)"
  2520.   (1818.27) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 19 "The estate must go over to the next in remainder. (1818)"
  2521.   (1818.28) Cobbett Resid. U.S. (1819) 294 "There remains a very important part of the subject yet undiscussed. (1818)"
  2522.   (1818.29) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 268 "It is a rule of law..that a remainder must vest, either during the continuance of the preceding estate, or at the very instant of its determination. (1818)"
  2523.   (1818.30) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) IV. 211 "To the use of himself for life, remainder to his wife for life. (1818)"
  2524.   (1818.31) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) IV. 88 "Where a remainder-man..suffers the lessee or assignee to rebuild. (1818)"
  2525.   (1818.32) Colebrooke Obligations 43 "So long as matters remain entire, there is room for after thought and retraction. (1818)"
  2526.   (1818.33) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 353 "A person who has only a trust estate, cannot..destroy a contingent remainder expectant on his estate. (1818)"
  2527.   (1818.34) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) V. 11 "An estate tail, and all the remainders over, and the reversion depending on it. (1818)"
  2528.   (1818.35) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) VI. 435 "Cross remainders will not be raised between two persons without words creating a necessary implication. (1818)"
  2529.   (1818.36) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) V. 331 "Lands were given to an alien in tail, remainder over to another in fee. (1818)"
  2530.   (1818.37) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 455 "Suppose a naked right, or a contingent remainder had descended. (1818)"
  2531.   (1818.38) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 304 "Thomas Cary devised to Peter Cary and the heirs male of his body, remainder in the same manner to his other sons. (1818)"
  2532.   (1818.39) Coleridge Friend I. 335 "That Reason which remains always one and the same, whether it speaks through this or that person. (1818)"
  2533.   (1818.40) Cruise Digest (ed. 2) II. 328 "It seems that the reversal of a fine by act of parliament will restore a contingent remainder destroyed by that fine. (1818)"
  2534.   (1818.41) Colebrooke Obligations i. iii. 10 "If the agreement bear, that the obligation shall not presently have effect but remain inoperative until the event be certain, the condition is precedent and suspensive; and the conditional obligation is termed a suspensive one. (1818)"
  2535.   (1818.42) G. S. Faber Hor&ae.aeig; Mosaic&ae.aeig; II. 293 "He derives no benefit from the external sign, remaining still..in a state of unregeneracy. (1818)"
  2536.   (1818.43) Hallam Mid. Ages (1872) II. v. 84 "All the princes of Hesse or Saxony had reciprocal contingencies of succession, or what our lawyers call cross-remainders, to each other's dominions. (1818)"
  2537.   (1818.44) H. T. Colebrooke Obligations 141 "He is not bound subsidiarily for the remainder, in the event of insolvency of his coheirs. (1818)"
  2538.   (1818.45) Jas. Mill Brit. India II. v. v. 490 "His only remaining resource was in the paddy in the fields. (1818)"
  2539.   (1818.46) Jas. Mill Brit. India III. vi. i. 8 "The remaining chiefs..immediately broke into general discord. (1818)"
  2540.   (1818.47) Jas. Mill Brit. India I. iii. iv. 580 "With..a remainder of disgust in the breasts of some of the Omrahs. (1818)"
  2541.   (1818.48) Jas. Mill Brit. India II. iv. v. 188 "Carnac..remained..to lend his countenance and aid to measures, the line of which he had contributed to draw. (1818)"
  2542.   (1818.49) J. T. Jones Acc. War Sp. &. Portugal 423 "Buonaparte was yet in strength to make face against the united armies of the remainder of Europe. (1818)"
  2543.   (1818.50) Jas. Mill Brit. India II. iv. iv. 154 "One of the four divisions..fell behind its time, and disconcerted the operations of the remainder. (1818)"
  2544.   (1818.51) Jas. Mill Brit. India II. v. iii. 414 "The troops were kept in such exact discipline, that the people..remained in their houses. (1818)"
  2545.   (1818.52) Jas. Mill Brit. India II. v. v. 494 "From half after seven..they remained exposed to the fire..till nine o'clock. (1818)"
  2546.   (1818.53) Kirby &. Sp. Introd. Entom. xvi. (ed. 2) II. 16 "The moisture that remained upon them [i.e. locusts] after casting their sloughs. (1818)"
  2547.   (1818.54) Milman Samor vi. 33 "Caswallon..Drives onward, he nought deeming won, while aught Remains unwon. (1818)"
  2548.   (1818.55) Mrs. Shelley Frankenst. vi. (1865) 97 "These reflections determined me and I resolved to remain silent. (1818)"
  2549.   (1818.56) Scott Hrt. Midl. xviii, "He shall hide himself in a bean-hole, if he remains on Scottish ground without my finding him. (1818)"
  2550.   (1818.57) Scott Hrt. Midl. xi, "Let her know that he she wots of remained here..expecting to see her. (1818)"
  2551.   (1818.58) Scott Rob Roy xxxiv, "I thought the chield Morris looked devilish queer when I determined he should remain a wad, or hostage, for my safe back-coming. (1818)"
  2552.   (1818.59) Scott Hrt. Midl. ix, "The paw remained suspended in the air like the claw of a heraldic griffin. (1818)"
  2553.   (1818.60) Scott Rob Roy xxxiii, "I remained..gazing after them, as if endeavouring to count the sparkles which flew from the horses' hoofs. (1818)"
  2554.   (1818.61) Shelley Rosal. &. Helen 1295 "With deep grief and awe The pale survivors followed her remains..Up the cold mountain. (1818)"
  2555.   (1818.62) Scott Hrt. Midl. x, "To all questions concerning the name or rank of her seducer,..Effie remained mute. (1818)"
  2556.   (1818.63) Scott Br. Lamm. i, "Remaining behind the curtain unseen, like the ingenious manager of Punch and his wife Joan. (1818)"
  2557.   (1818.64) Scott Hrt. Midl. xviii, "He shall hide himself in a bean-hool if he remains on Scottish ground without my finding him. (1818)"
  2558.   (1818.65) Scott Hrt. Midl. vii, "The persons we have mentioned remained in the strong-room of the prison. (1818)"
  2559.   (1818.66) Scott Hrt. Midl. viii, "The Laird..was ashamed to tax too highly the miserable means of support which remained to the widow Butler. (1818)"
  2560.   (1818.67) Scott Br. Lamm. xxv, "Your lordship..will experience that the faculty of the present proprietor to entertain his friends is greatly abridged,..the will, I need hardly say, remains the same. (1818)"
  2561.   (1818.68) T. L. Peacock Nightm. Abbey 4 "One morning..`he woke and found his lady dead', and remained a very consolate widower [With humorous reference to disconsolate]. (1818)"
  2562.   (1818.69) W. Phillips Outl. Min. &. Geol. (ed. 3) 86 "Rocks which include organic remains, must have been formed after the shells they contain; and therefore not being considered primitive, they are by some termed secondary rocks; whence the term used by geologists of primary and secondary formations. (1818)"
  2563.   (1818-20.1) E. Thompson Cullen's Nosol. Method. (ed. 3) 206 "Vesicles..remain for several days and then pour out a thin ichor. (1818-"
  2564.   (1819.1) Col. Hawker Diary (1893) I. 185 "Here I remained..for goodness knows how many hours. (1819)"
  2565.   (1819.2) Coleridge in Lit. Rem. (1838) III. 65 "This propriation of a metaphor, namely, forgiveness of sin and abolition of guilt through the redemptive power of Christ's love and of his perfect obedience during his voluntary assumption of humanity,..by transferring the sameness from the consequents to the antecedents is the one point of orthodoxy (so called, I mean) in which I still remain at issue. (1819)"
  2566.   (1819.3) Hel. M. Williams tr. A. von Humboldt's Pers. Narr. IV. 116 "The famous zamang del Guayre, known throughout the province for the enormous extent of it's branches, which form a hemispheric head five hundred and seventy-six feet in circumference. The zamang is a fine species of mimosa,..The branches extend like an immense umbrella, and bend toward the ground, from which they remain at a uniform distance of twelve or fifteen feet. (1819)"
  2567.   (1819.4) J. Wilson Dict. Astrol. 379 "Stations, those parts in the orbit of a planet where it becomes either retrograde or direct, because it remains for a while there stationary before it changes its course. (1819)"
  2568.   (1819.5) Lady Charleville in Lady Morgan's Autobiog. (1859) 254 "Lady Crewe..had mind and heart, and indeed some fine remains of a race that has passed away. (1819)"
  2569.   (1819.6) Rees Cycl., "Fly..a disease incident to sheep, in consequence of their being stricken by a fly, which produces a sort of maggot, that eats into, and remains in the flesh. (1819)"
  2570.   (1819.7) Shelley Cenci i. i. 100 "But that there yet remains a deed to act [etc.]. (1819)"
  2571.   (1819.8) Scott Leg. Montrose vi, "No judicious commander allows either flags of truce or neutrals to remain in his camp longer than is prudent. (1819)"
  2572.   (1819.9) Shelley Cenci i. i. 97 "While yet Manhood remained to act the thing I thought. (1819)"
  2573.   (1819.10) Scott Ivanhoe xxvi, "I would rather remain in this hall a week without food save the prisoner's stinted loaf. (1819)"
  2574.   (1819.11) Shelley Prometh. Unb. i. 617 "Worse things, unheard, unseen, remain behind. (1819)"
  2575.   (1819.12) Scott Ivanhoe xvii, "The ribs of two of these arches remained, though the roof had fallen down betwixt them. (1819)"
  2576.   (1819.13) W. Taylor in Monthly Mag. XLVII. 30 "The vernacular public remained unmoved, and gazed at the labours of authorship, as Londoners at the opera. (1819)"
  2577.   (1820.1) Byron Mar. Fal. i. ii. 315 "At my hour Of twilight little light of life remains. (1820)"
  2578.   (1820.2) Bracy Clark Descr. New Horse Shoe 14 "Nor was there so much trouble in reducing them [the pritchel bumps on the outside of the shoe]..with the pritchel remaining in the hole to prevent its closing. (1820)"
  2579.   (1820.3) Coleridge Lett., Convers., &.c. I. 152 "The contra-distinction between the Shakespearian and the Greek Drama, and its still remaining uniqueness. (1820)"
  2580.   (1820.4) Keats Let. 1 Nov. (1931) II. 568, "I should have had her when I was in health, and I should have remained well. (1820)"
  2581.   (1820.5) Keats Cap &. Bells xx. Poems (1889) 527 "One minute's while his eyes remain'd Half lidded, piteous, languid, innocent. (1820)"
  2582.   (1820.6) Moore Mem. (1853) III. 99 "Got forty pounds at the banker's and gave Mr. Lake his remaining three Naps. (1820)"
  2583.   (1820.7) Shelley Witch Atl. xiv, "The feeling and sound are fled and gone, And the regret they leave remains alone. (1820)"
  2584.   (1820.8) Scott Abbot xviii, "I will remain here, with bridle in hand, ready to strike the spurs up to the rowel-heads. (1820)"
  2585.   (1820.9) Shelley Prometh. Unb. iii. iv. 194 "The man remains Sceptreless, free, uncircumscribed. (1820)"
  2586.   (1820.10) Scoresby Acc. Arctic Reg. II. 176 "The finks or fritters were always sufficient to boil the remainder without any other fuel. (1820)"
  2587.   (1820.11) Shelley Prometh. Unb. iii. iv. 195 "The man remains..Equal, unclassed, tribeless, and nationless. (1820)"
  2588.   (1820.12) Scott Abbot xix, "The remains of a cold capon and a neat's tongue. (1820)"
  2589.   (1820.13) Shelley Prometh. Unb. iii. iv. 194 "The loathsome mask has fallen, the man remains Sceptreless, free, uncircumscribed. (1820)"
  2590.   (1820.14) T. S. Hughes Trav. Sicily I. xi. 335 "That polyandrium which covered the remains of those brave Thebans who fell in defence of Grecian liberty. (1820)"
  2591.   (1820.15) W. Irving Sketch-bk. (1859) 34 "This was one point on which he always remained flighty. (1820)"
  2592.   (1820.16) W. Jay Prayers 294 "Yet are they all diminished by another irreparable loss; and the reduced remainder [etc.]. (1820)"
  2593.   (1820.17) Waterton Wand. S. Amer. iii. (1825) 154 "The owls went away of their own accord... The bats and vampires remained with me. (1820)"
  2594.   (1820.18) W. Irving Sk. Bk., Spectre Bridegroom &page.11 "He was naturally a fuming, bustling little man, and could not remain passive... He worried from top to bottom of the castle with an air of infinite anxiety. (1820)"
  2595.   (1820.19) W. Irving Sketch-bk. I. 267 "The remains of those saints and monarchs which lie enshrined in the adjoining chapels. (1820)"
  2596.   (1820.20) Blackw. Mag. Oct. 14 (Jam.) "She had preserved, since the great tea-drinking..the remainder of the two ounces of carvey, bought for that memorable occasion. (1820)"
  2597.   (1820.21) Glenfergus II. 275 (Jam.) "Then came..the remains of a cog of crowdy, that is, of half butter, half cheese. (1820)"
  2598.   (1820.22) Monthly Rev. XCIII. 539 "Here is another such urnfull of posthumous remains. (1820)"
  2599.   (1821.1) Dewees Lett. from Texas (1852) 21 "The remainder of the buildings are adobes. (1821)"
  2600.   (1821.2) Joanna Baillie Met. Leg., Ghost Fadon xxii, "All Remain'd in sombre mood. (1821)"
  2601.   (1821.3) Shelley Epipsych. 426 "This land would have remained a solitude But for some pastoral people native there. (1821)"
  2602.   (1821.4) Southey Ode King's Vis. Irel. ix, "Labours of love remain; To weed out noxious customs rooted deep In a rank soil, and long left seeding there. (1821)"
  2603.   (1821.5) Shelley Epipsych. 390 "The day is come, and thou wilt fly with me. To whatsoe'er of dull mortality Is mine, remain a vestal sister still. (1821)"
  2604.   (1821.6) Scott Kenilw. xxxvi, "These tell-tale articles must not remain here. (1821)"
  2605.   (1821.7) Shelley Hellas 83 "Freedom so To what of Greece remaineth now Returns. (1821)"
  2606.   (1821.8) Scott Kenilw. xxxvi, "These tell-tale articles must not remain here-they are rather too rich vails for the drudges who dress the chamber. (1821)"
  2607.   (1821.9) Scott Let. in Lockhart (1839) VI. 316, "I trusted you would get the step within the twelve months that the corps yet remains in Europe. (1821)"
  2608.   (1821.10) Ure Dict. Chem., "Myricin. The ingredient of wax which remains after digestion with alcohol. (1821)"
  2609.   (1821.11) Blackw. Mag. X. 557 "From Cookery up to the Law of Contingent Remainders, Isoperimetrical Problems, or the world-wide difference between Objectivity and Subjectivity. (1821)"
  2610.   (1821.12) Blackw. Mag. IX. 201 "[They] will..remain admired and florescent, when the essays of thy most witty emissary are superseded and forgotten. (1821)"
  2611.   (1821.13) John Bull 15 Jan. 40/1 "No remains of sepultural enclosure were discernible. (1821)"
  2612.   (1822.1) Beddoes Brides' Trag. iv. ii, "Some vengeance will fall on us in the night If he remain unsentenced. (1822)"
  2613.   (1822.2) D. Johnson Ind. Field Sports 107 "Not long before this, he [the tiger] must have struck at a porcupine, as several of the quills were still remaining between the joints of one of his fore feet. (1822)"
  2614.   (1822.3) Imison Sc. &. Art II. 127 "Clay is put upon the tops of the conical pots in which the sugar has granulated, which allows water to percolate through, and thus drain off the last remains of the molasses. This is called claying the sugars. (1822)"
  2615.   (1822.4) Imison Sc. &. Art II. 244 "If left in the damp, it remains tacky..a long time. (1822)"
  2616.   (1822.5) Imison Sci. &. Art II. 131 "When a piece of wood has been boiled in water and in alkohol..what remains insoluble is the woody fibre, or lignin. (1822)"
  2617.   (1822.6) J. Flint Lett. Amer. 102 "Limestone..is literally conglomerated with organic remains. Amongst these, the most remarkable is a species of terebratula. (1822)"
  2618.   (1822.7) J. Parkinson Outl. Oryctol. 49 "The nodules of chalk flint frequently contain the silicified remains of sponge. (1822)"
  2619.   (1822.8) J. Parkinson Outl. Oryctol. 334 "In the masses of mountain limestone..are immense accumulations of crinoideal and *terebratular remains. (1822)"
  2620.   (1822.9) J. Adams Sk. Voy. Afr. v. 77 "Three-fourths of all the negroes sold at Bonny were Heebos, the remaining fourth was composed of..the Ibbiby. (1822)"
  2621.   (1822.10) J. Flint Lett. Amer. 309 note, "The great cave in Kentucky is called the Mammoth Cave, although none of the remains of that animal have been found in it. (1822)"
  2622.   (1822.11) Shelley Death i. 6 "All dead! those vacant names alone..remain. (1822)"
  2623.   (1822.12) S. Coleridge tr. Dobrizhoffer's Acct. Abipones I. 125 "The equestrian nations remaining in Chaco, and still formidable to the Spaniards, are the Abipones,..and Oekakakalots, Guaycurus, or Lenguas. (1822)"
  2624.   (1822.13) Shelley tr. Calderon i. 188 "Which of the two Will remain conqueror? " (1822)"
  2625.   (1822.14) Scott Nigel viii, "Her character for trustiness remained..unimpeached. (1822)"
  2626.   (1822.15) T. Taylor Apuleius' Gold. Ass vi. 132 "Having barred the barking of the dog by..the remaining sop. (1822)"
  2627.   (1822.16) T. Taylor Apuleius 172 "The remaining space of the year is completed by the residual months. (1822)"
  2628.   (1822-34.1) Good's Study Med. (ed. 4) I. 704 "There is no longer any rallying or reactive power remaining. (1822-"
  2629.   (1822-34.2) Good's Study Med. (ed. 4) I. 392 "Diemerbroeck relates the case of a pearl-diver, who, under his own eye remained half-an-hour at a time under water, while pursuing his hunt for pearl muscles. (1822-"
  2630.   (1822-7.1) Good Study Med. (1829) I. 187 "A little toast and water alone..will often sit easy when nothing else will remain. (1822-"
  2631.   (1822-7.2) Good Study Med. (1829) IV. 687 "The sound parts remain unimplicated in the action. (1822-"
  2632.   (1823.1) Byron Juan xiii. xxxvii, "About a liquid glassful will remain. (1823)"
  2633.   (1823.2) Bentham Not Paul 285 "So long as the predictor lived, it [sc. the prediction] would remain good and undisfulfilled. (1823)"
  2634.   (1823.3) F. Cooper Pioneer vii. (1869) 35/2 "The remainder of the party withdrew to an eating parlour. (1823)"
  2635.   (1823.4) Faraday in Q. Jrnl. Sci., Lit., &. Arts 239 "During the condensation of the gas in this manner, a liquid has been observed to deposit from it. It is not, however, a result of the liquefaction of the gas, but the deposition of a vapour (using the terms gas and vapour in their common acceptation) from it, and when taken out of the vessel it remains liquid at common temperatures and pressures. (1823)"
  2636.   (1823.5) J. Badcock Dom. Amusem. 108 "Lead not being vaporizable, remains behind. (1823)"
  2637.   (1823.6) J. Wilson Trials Marg. Lyndsay xxxi, "In which he had not supposed such a capacity of love had yet remained inextinct. (1823)"
  2638.   (1823.7) J. Badcock Dom. Amusem. 151 "Flour, being..exposed to the constant running of water, until it comes off colourless, the gluten will remain. (1823)"
  2639.   (1823.8) Lockhart Reg. Dalton i. viii. (1842) 46 "Her wedding-sheet, which, according to the primitive fashion of the district, had been carefully laid by for that purpose, was formed into the shroud which enveloped her remains. (1823)"
  2640.   (1823.9) Moor Suffolk Words, "Scraps,..the small pieces of fat pork remaining after the operation of boiling for the purpose of extracting the lard. (1823)"
  2641.   (1823.10) P. Nicholson Pract. Build. 474 "The dentil-bands should remain uncut. (1823)"
  2642.   (1823.11) P. Nicholson Pract. Build. 589 "Nebule; a zigzag ornament, but without angles, frequently found in the remains of Saxon architecture. (1823)"
  2643.   (1823.12) W. Scoresby Jrnl. 91 "With the aid of a few observations taken `in stays' the remaining twelve points were likewise determined. (1823)"
  2644.   (1823.13) Edin. Rev. XXXIX. 73 "Too many of these namby-pamby lyrics have still been allowed to remain. (1823)"
  2645.   (1824.1) Burchell Trav. II. 99 "One of our party fell in with the fresh remains of a kaama or hartebeest. (1824)"
  2646.   (1824.2) Col. Hawker Shooting (ed. 3) 8 "There are two good ways of boring; the one is, to form a cylinder for about three-fourths of the barrel, and let the remaining part be gradually relieved to the muzzle. (1824)"
  2647.   (1824.3) J. Mackintosh Jrnl. 28 Sept. in R. J. Mackintosh Life (1835) II. 415 "Went to see the `Chapelle Ardente' at St. Denis, where the king's remains lie in state. (1824)"
  2648.   (1824.4) Lamb Elia Ser. ii. Capt. Jackson, "He would sometimes finish the remainder crust, to show that he wished no savings. (1824)"
  2649.   (1824.5) Mactaggart Gallovid. Encycl. (1876) 233 "Unpestered, sequestered, Deep hidden I remain. (1824)"
  2650.   (1824.6) Miss Mitford Village Ser. i. 64 "She paid her faithless suitor the compliment of remaining loverless for three weary months. (1824)"
  2651.   (1824.7) Miss Mitford Village Ser. i. (1863) 122 "The remains of an old friary. (1824)"
  2652.   (1824.8) R. Stuart Hist. Steam Engine, "The power of the condensing Engine is..known by ascertaining the temperature of the steam, which moves the piston, the area of the piston, and the temperature of the vapour which remains. (1824)"
  2653.   (1824.9) R. Crabb Tales 142 "He became well in his health; but he remained quite a fool for the rest of his life!" (1824)"
  2654.   (1824.10) T. Tegg Chron. Introd. 17 "The Cycle of Indiction..was established by Constantine a.d. 312; if therefore from any given year of the Christian era 312 be subtracted and the remainder be divided by 15, the year of this cycle will be obtained. (1824)"
  2655.   (1824.11) W. J. Burchell Trav. S. Afr. II. 408 "The piicho or assembly remained sitting in easy conversation for nearly an hour longer. (1824)"
  2656.   (1824.12) Examiner 650/2, "I must upgather to the strife the reason that remains. (1824)"
  2657.   (1825.1) Beddoes Epitaph Poems (1851) 203 "This is the remain Of one best union of that deathless twain. (1825)"
  2658.   (1825.2) Beddoes Let. 4 Dec. in Poems p. li, "It still remains for some one to exhibit the sum of his experience in mental pathology and therapeutics, not in a cold, technical, dead description, but a living semiotical display. (1825)"
  2659.   (1825.3) Brockett, "Hinder-ends, refuse of corn-such as remains after it is winnowed. (1825)"
  2660.   (1825.4) Brockett N.C. Gloss., "*Stob-feathers, the short unfledged feathers that remain on a fowl after it has been plucked. (1825)"
  2661.   (1825.5) C. D. Colden Mem. 93 "Why should the trans-Allegany States have remained united with those on the Atlantic? " (1825)"
  2662.   (1825.6) Coleridge Aids Refl. (1858) I. 394 "If we exclude space.., the time remains as a spaceless point. (1825)"
  2663.   (1825.7) Forby Voc. E. Anglia, "Shack... The shaken grain remaining on the ground when harvest and gleaning are over; or, in woodland countries, the acorns, or mast under the trees. (1825)"
  2664.   (1825.8) Hook Sayings &. Doings II. 283 "His maiden aunt, whose heart had remained unthawed for upwards of sixty winters. (1825)"
  2665.   (1825.9) Hogg Tales &. Sk. (1837) V. 146 "Business that..must remain untransacted. (1825)"
  2666.   (1825.10) J. Nicholson Operat. Mechanic 307 "It..remains for a short period in contact with the surface of the *ink-roller..thereby receiving a portion of ink upon its surface. (1825)"
  2667.   (1825.11) J. Nicholson Operat. Mechanic 608 "It is absolutely necessary that the lime..be allowed to remain a considerable time macerating or souring in water. (1825)"
  2668.   (1825.12) J. Nicholson Operat. Mechanic 376 "The pipe G is a sort of gauge, by means of which, after the pulp rises to a proper height in the vessel L, the remainder of the water is carried off into the cistern C. (1825)"
  2669.   (1825.13) J. Nicholson Operat. Mechanic 407 "He..wets the fibres [of flax or hemp] and rubs them together, which, by the glutine remaining in them will cause them to adhere. (1825)"
  2670.   (1825.14) J. Nicholson Operat. Mechanic 662 "The whole power of the engine would be expended in impelling itself and the ship..and no free power would remain for freight. (1825)"
  2671.   (1825.15) J. Nicholson Operat. Mechanic 671 "It appears to us that this point still remains in a very undecided state. (1825)"
  2672.   (1825.16) Loudon Agric. §.2940 "When the single sheaves (gaites) have remained in this position for a few days, if [etc.]. (1825)"
  2673.   (1825.17) Scott Talism. iv, "I am but the vile and despised sign, which points out to the wearied traveller a harbour of rest and security, but must itself remain for ever without doors. (1825)"
  2674.   (1825.18) Scott Talism. xvii, "I would buy with every jewel I have, that our fatal jest had remained unacted. (1825)"
  2675.   (1825.19) Scott Betrothed xx, "`Guarine,' he added, addressing his squire, `let the watch be posted, and do thou remain within the tent.' " (1825)"
  2676.   (1825.20) Scott Betrothed xix, "Eveline remained silent. The abbess took the word. (1825)"
  2677.   (1825.21) Scott Betrothed xviii, "Whether he goes to the Crusade or abides at home, the character of Hugh Lacy will remain as unimpeached in point of courage as that of the Archbishop Baldwin in point of sanctitude. (1825)"
  2678.   (1825.22) Waterton Wand. S. Amer. i. i. 88 "The only mode then that remains is to proceed by water. (1825)"
  2679.   (1825.23) Greenhouse Comp. I. 221 "Where entire plants are layed down to produce layers, they are called stools; and the main root remains there as a stool for several years. (1825)"
  2680.   (1825.24) Phil. Mag. LXV. 227 "With common salt I obtained the same results, mercury remaining, and *white precipitate being thrown down from the solutions, by liquid ammonia. (1825)"
  2681.   (1825-9.1) Mrs. Sherwood Lady of Manor I. viii. 334 "During the absence of Lord T--, the family-mansion had remained untenanted, the houses of servants and dependents unset. (1825-"
  2682.   (1826.1) F. Reynolds Life &. T. II. 303 note, "He could scarcely ever get anybody but dull toading tuft&dubh.hunters to remain there above four days. (1826)"
  2683.   (1826.2) Good Bk. Nat. (1834) I. 166 "The hilum or eye..is a cicatrix or umbilicus remaining after the separation of the umbilical cord from the pericarp. (1826)"
  2684.   (1826.3) Henry Elem. Chem. I. 635 "The remaining salts of alumina have no properties sufficiently important to entitle them to a separate description. (1826)"
  2685.   (1826.4) Henry Elem. Chem. I. 245 "Common or inelastic fluids are capable of remaining in contact with each other for a long time without admixture. (1826)"
  2686.   (1826.5) Henry Elem. Chem. I. 540 "Nitrate of potassa is rapidly decomposed by charcoal at a high temperature..The products of this combustion..are carbonic acid and nitrogen gases. Part of the carbonic acid also remains attached to the residuary alkali, and may be obtained from it on adding a stronger acid. This residue was termed, by the old chemists, clyssus of nitre. (1826)"
  2687.   (1826.6) Hallam in Edin. Rev. XLIV. 2 "There would be no historical certainty remaining, if it were possible to disbelieve such a contemporary witness as Sir Thomas More. (1826)"
  2688.   (1826.7) Kirby &. Sp. Entomol. III. 137 "The remaining description of unguiferous prolegs..are those of certain Diptera. (1826)"
  2689.   (1826.8) Kirby &. Sp. Entomol. III. xxx. 211 "It will not suffer this memento of its former state [a cast-off skin] to remain near it. (1826)"
  2690.   (1826.9) Kirby &. Sp. Entomol. III. xxxi. 241 "The wings..remain attached to the puparium or pupa-case. (1826)"
  2691.   (1826.10) Kirby &. Sp. Entomol. IV. 440 "Its animal productions shall no longer remain unregistered and undescribed. (1826)"
  2692.   (1826.11) Malthus Popul. (ed. 6) II. 457 "If the statute..were to remain unexpunged. (1826)"
  2693.   (1826.12) Scott Woodst. xxviii, "Some unhappy mistake, the grounds of which shall remain..uninquired into. (1826)"
  2694.   (1826.13) Scott Jrnl. 3 Apr., "My dear Chief, whom I love very much, though a little obsidional or so, remains till three. (1826)"
  2695.   (1826.14) Scott Woodst. ii, "Will he give us the remains of his worshipful and economical house-keeping? " (1826)"
  2696.   (1826.15) T. L. McKenney Sk. Tour to Lakes (1827) 387 "Three were full blood, the remainder half breeds, and *quarter breeds. (1826)"
  2697.   (1826.16) W. A. Miles Deverel Barrow 4 "The chevron or zig zag, that favorite British ornament so prominent in Egyptian remains. (1826)"
  2698.   (1826.17) Art of Brewing (ed. 2) 32 "The beer..cannot recover itself, but remains sickly, and becomes sour. (1826)"
  2699.   (1826.18) Art Brewing (ed. 2) 127 "The question, therefore, still remains undetermined. (1826)"
  2700.   (1826.19) Art of Brewing (ed. 2) 32 "It cannot recover itself, but remains sickly, and becomes sour. (1826)"
  2701.   (1826.20) Art of Brewing (ed. 2) 6 "The beer..not suffered to remain in small quantities in the stillions or other utensils. (1826)"
  2702.   (1826.21) Q. Rev. XXXIV. 75 "This example remained unfollowed by England for almost a century. (1826)"
  2703.   (1826.22) in Hone Every-day Bk. II. 620 "That their apprentices..were..rendered objects for the remainder of their lives. (1826)"
  2704.   (1827.1) Barrington Pers. Sk. I. iv. 62 "Nothing..could induce me to remain a walking gentleman: and so, every occupation that I could think of having its peculiar disqualification, I remained [etc.]. (1827)"
  2705.   (1827.2) Clare Sheph. Cal. 32 "Shepherds, that within their hulks remain. (1827)"
  2706.   (1827.3) Cunningham N.S. Wales II. xxx. 252 "None remained but the old fence, who continued Bible-reading to the end of the voyage. (1827)"
  2707.   (1827.4) De Quincey Last Days of Kant Wks. 1854 III. 121 "He smoked a pipe of tobacco..so rapidly, that a pile of reliques partially a-glow remained unsmoked. (1827)"
  2708.   (1827.5) Faraday Chem. Manip. xvi. (1842) 420 "The small quantity of fluid remaining..is to be turned out, by inclining the tube. (1827)"
  2709.   (1827.6) Hood Mids. Fairies xxiv, "Their memories are dimm'd and torn, Like the remainder tatters of a dream. (1827)"
  2710.   (1827.7) Hallam Const. Hist. (1876) I. i. 7 "In a few counties there still remained a palatine jurisdiction, exclusive of the king's courts. (1827)"
  2711.   (1827.8) Hutton Course Math. I. 53 "The Common Measure of two or more numbers, is that..which will divide them all without remainder. (1827)"
  2712.   (1827.9) Hallam Const. Hist. iii. (1876) I. 123 "Henry had exercised the power with which his parliament..had invested him, by settling the succession in remainder upon the house of Suffolk. (1827)"
  2713.   (1827.10) Hallam Const. Hist. (1876) II. x. 177 "It remained only..to try once more the fortune of war. (1827)"
  2714.   (1827.11) J. Powell Devises (ed. 3) II. 245 "An executory limitation [is] engrafted on an alternate contingent remainder in fee on another. (1827)"
  2715.   (1827.12) Jarman Powell's Devises II. 217 "Where an estate in remainder is limited in terms of contingency, on the happening of certain events. (1827)"
  2716.   (1827.13) Jarman Devises II. 217 "The Court held..that the adverbs of time, when, &.c. do not make any thing necessary to precede the settling (i.e. the vesting) of the remainder. (1827)"
  2717.   (1827.14) L. E. Ude French Cook 461 "The oven must be moderately hot, as the babas must remain a long time in. (1827)"
  2718.   (1827.15) Pollok Course T. ii. 341 "For temporal death, although unstinged, remained. (1827)"
  2719.   (1827.16) R. Jameson tr. Cuvier's Theory Earth 97 "Certain lignites and molasses do in fact contain them [i.e. fossil remains of terrestrial mammifera]. (1827)"
  2720.   (1827.17) Southey Hist. Penins. War II. 553 "The few mules and horses which remained unslaughtered. (1827)"
  2721.   (1827.18) Steuart Planter's G. (1828) 21 "The Remains of the Greek Geoponic writers. (1827)"
  2722.   (1827.19) Southey Hist. Penins. War II. 762 "The rear-guard of cavalry..remained bridled up all night. (1827)"
  2723.   (1827.20) Southey Hist. Penins. War II. xxiii. 363 "His last remaining anxiety was for the provisionment of Barcelona. (1827)"
  2724.   (1827.21) T. Hamilton Youth &. Manhood C. Thornton (1845) 76, "I..gladly consigned the remains of the dish to the care of my *ruby-visaged neighbour. (1827)"
  2725.   (1827.22) U.S. Supreme Court Rep. XXV. 442 "The power to direct the removal of gun-powder is a branch of the *police power which unquestionably remains..with the states. (1827)"
  2726.   (1828.1) Capt. Smyth Pres. St. Sardinia 4 "The very singular remains strewed over Sardinia..called Nuraggis... They are strong buildings, in the form of a truncated cone, composed of masses of stone..arranged in layers. (1828)"
  2727.   (1828.2) Carlyle Misc. (1840) I. 343 "A thousand battle-fields remain unsung. (1828)"
  2728.   (1828.3) Carr Craven Gloss., "`To stick in the stomach,' to remain in the memory with angry resentment. (1828)"
  2729.   (1828.4) Davy Salmonia 30, "I thought after a fish had been hooked, he remained sick and sulky for some time. (1828)"
  2730.   (1828.5) E. T. Artis Durobrivae of Antoninus Pl. 48 "Fine red Ware in relief, collected in excavating the remains of a Roman Pottery in the parish of Castor. (1828)"
  2731.   (1828.6) H. H. Wilson in Asiatic Researches 96 "At noon, he halted and bathed the god, and prepared his food, and presented it, and then took the Pras&aacu.d and put it in a vessel, and fed upon what remained. (1828)"
  2732.   (1828.7) Moir Mansie Wauch ii. 25 "Imagining that nothing remained for them, but to dight their nebs and flee up. (1828)"
  2733.   (1828.8) Miss Mitford Village Ser. iii. 294 "One, however, of his adversaries..still remained unsilenced. (1828)"
  2734.   (1828.9) Scott F.M. Perth vi, "I cannot suffer my feelings..to remain unexplained, without the possibility of my being greatly misconceived. (1828)"
  2735.   (1828.10) Tytler Hist. Scot. (1864) I. 221 "The large balance of the ransom which still remained unpaid. (1828)"
  2736.   (1828.11) Webster, "Patellite, fossil remains of the patella, a shell. (1828)"
  2737.   (1828.12) Webster, "Turrilite, the fossil remains of a spiral multilocular shell. (1828)"
  2738.   (1828.13) Athen&ae.aeig;um 12 Feb. 103/1 "Whether or not the `Life of Columbus' will restore it, remains yet to be seen. (1828)"
  2739.   (1828.14) Blackw. Mag. XXIV. 188 "Shall our cachinnatory muscles remain rigid? " (1828)"
  2740.   (1828.15) Boy's Own Bk. 12 "The moment it [a peg-top] rolls out, he may take it up, and peg at those which still remain inside. (1828)"
  2741.   (1828.16) Craven Dial. I. 93 "Crockes, two crooked timbers, of a natural bend, forming a Gothic arch. They generally rest in large blocks of stone. Many roofs of this construction are still remaining in ancient farm-houses and barns. (1828)"
  2742.   (1828.17) Foreign Q. Rev. 39 "Scarcely a fragment remains of old Magyar minstrelsy. (1828)"
  2743.   (1828.18) Sporting Mag. June 202/2 "Ascot still remains a pattern to all race courses throughout the kingdom. (1828)"
  2744.   (1828.19) [G. C. Lewis] tr. Boeckh's Pol. Econ. Athens I. 318 "These ambassadors remained absent three months, although they might have equally well returned at the end of one. (1828)"
  2745.   (1828-32.1) Webster, "Nyctalops, one who loses his sight as night comes on, and remains blind until morning. (1828-"
  2746.   (1828-32.2) Webster s.v., "The consul remained unaccredited. (1828-"
  2747.   (1828-32.3) Webster, "*Serpulite, petrified shells or fossil remains of the genus Serpula. (1828-"
  2748.   (1828-40.1) Tytler Hist. Scot. (1864) I. 153 "The servants who remained in the *camp-huts. (1828-"
  2749.   (1829.1) Bentham Justice &. Cod. Petit., Abr. Petit. Justice 3 "The system..would remain as it does in all its mischievousness. (1829)"
  2750.   (1829.2) Bentham Justice &. Cod. Petit. 83 "The other part [of suits] remain unheard and are called remanets or remanents. (1829)"
  2751.   (1829.3) G. R. Gleig Chelsea Pensioners (1840) 207 "A few crums which remained in our havresacks. (1829)"
  2752.   (1829.4) I. Taylor Enthus. i. (1867) 18 "We ought not to heed the injudicious, and perhaps sinister, delicacy of some persons who had rather that truth should remain for ever sullied [etc.]. (1829)"
  2753.   (1829.5) J. MacTaggart Three Yrs. Canada II. 202 "When the snow falls deep, before the ice has had time to freeze to any considerable thickness, the river roads remain dangerous all the season. (1829)"
  2754.   (1829.6) J. Kenney Illust. Stranger ii. i. 24 "Some botch of an embalmer, who had not done justice to Your princely remains. (1829)"
  2755.   (1829.7) J. Haggard Rep. Cases Eccl. Courts I. 728 "If the parties lay together in one bed for so many years, of such ages, and the woman is certified to remain virgo intacta, there cannot be a stronger presumption that impotency existed, and that it was incurable. (1829)"
  2756.   (1829.8) Landor Imag. Conv. Wks. 1846 II. 211 "A good writer will not..macerate things into such particles that nothing shall be remaining of their natural contexture. (1829)"
  2757.   (1829.9) R. Stuart Anecd. Steam Eng. I. 149 "Air remained in the cylinder, and prevented..the fall of the piston..: from this cause alone, (and which was afterwards known by the term of *wind-logged) this engine must have soon ceased its motion. (1829)"
  2758.   (1829.10) Scott Anne of G. xx, "As thou desirest to sleep in an unbloody grave, let me warn thee, that the secrets of this night shall remain with thee. (1829)"
  2759.   (1829.11) Sir W. Hamilton Discuss., Philos. Uncondit. (1852) 4 "Rationalism (more properly Intellectualism) has, from his [Leibnitz's] time, always remained the favorite philosophy of the Germans. (1829)"
  2760.   (1829.12) Scott Rob Roy xix, "There was a necessity..for arresting the horse, and placing him in Baillie Trumbull's stable, therein to remain at livery, at the rate of twelve shillings (Scotch) per diem. (1829)"
  2761.   (1829.13) Southey in For. Rev. &. Cont. Misc. III. 49 "Those for whom the priests would certify might remain. (1829)"
  2762.   (1829.14) Blackw. Mag. XXV. 346 "The soul may remain the same, but a new body is actually given to it by the interposition of vestiary talent. (1829)"
  2763.   (1830.1) Booth L'pool &. Manch. Rly. 55 "The remainder, deposited as spoil banks, may be seen heaped up like Pelion upon Ossa. (1830)"
  2764.   (1830.2) Bp. Monk Life Bentley 115 "The dean..allowed the &pstlg.170 to remain in Bentley's hands..to be expended in purchasing furniture for the master's lodge. (1830)"
  2765.   (1830.3) Cobbett Rur. Rides 163 "That gentleman remains uncompensated for his sufferings. (1830)"
  2766.   (1830.4) Hardie Hoyle 44 "(Piquet) Talon, or stock, is the eight remaining cards, after twelve are dealt to each person. (1830)"
  2767.   (1830.5) Herschel Stud. Nat. Phil. 324 "The phenomena of the communication of magnetism and what is called its induced state, alone remain unaccounted for. (1830)"
  2768.   (1830.6) Lyell Princ. Geol. I. 125 "We may select the great carboniferous series..as the oldest system of rocks of which the organic remains furnish any decisive evidence as to climate. (1830)"
  2769.   (1830.7) Lyell Princ. Geol. 3 "A comparative anatomist may derive some accession of knowledge from the bare inspection of the remains of an extinct quadruped. (1830)"
  2770.   (1830.8) Lyell Princ. Geol. I. 278 "The remains of an ancient entrenchment..This earth-work was evidently once of considerable extent. (1830)"
  2771.   (1830.9) Lyell Princ. Geol. I. 4 "The imperfect remains of lost species of animals and plants. (1830)"
  2772.   (1830.10) Lyell Princ. Geol. I. 398 "These deep-seated igneous formations must underlie all the strata containing organic remains. (1830)"
  2773.   (1830.11) Lindley Nat. Syst. Bot. 88 "In Carmich&ae.aeig;lia the valves separate from the suture, which remains entire, like the replum of Crucifer&ae.aeig;. (1830)"
  2774.   (1830.12) Lyell Princ. Geol. I. 114 "If such species be termed modern, in comparison to races which preceded them, their remains, nevertheless, enter into submarine deposits many hundred miles in length. (1830)"
  2775.   (1830.13) M. Donovan Dom. Econ. I. 137 "What remains, when the decomposition has totally broken down the structure of the vegetable, is a black pulverulent substance... This constitutes what is called vegetable mould, and is also the chief ingredient in vegetable manure. (1830)"
  2776.   (1830.14) M. Donovan Dom. Econ. I. 249 "The *grape-cake which remains after the wine has been pressed out is called by the French les marcs de raisin. (1830)"
  2777.   (1830.15) M. Donovan Dom. Econ. I. 175 "The liquor is pumped..into a large reservoir, called a jack-back, in which it is allowed to remain until all the yest has collected on the surface. (1830)"
  2778.   (1830.16) Monk Bentley xv. 424 "Joanna..was his favourite child:..having received from him the fondling appellation of Jug in her infancy, she continued to be called Jug Bentley, as long as she remained unmarried. (1830)"
  2779.   (1830.17) Mackintosh Eth. Philos. Wks. 1846 I. 59 "A permanent foundation of his [Hobbes'] fame remains in his admirable style, which seems to be the very perfection of didactic language. (1830)"
  2780.   (1830.18) M. Donovan Dom. Econ. I. 49 "Her skeleton..remained entire in the chair, which was only a little scorched. (1830)"
  2781.   (1830.19) Miss Mitford Village Ser. iv. 332 "The dresser was..adorned with the remains of a long preserved set of tea-china, of a light rambling pattern. (1830)"
  2782.   (1830.20) M. Donovan Domest. Econ. I. 91 "When malt which has been thus sprinkled remains some time in store, it grows soft, or slack, as it is called. (1830)"
  2783.   (1830.21) M. Donovan Dom. Econ. II. 119 "Some [hogs] will fatten where others would remain starvelings. (1830)"
  2784.   (1830.22) Poisson in Q. Jrnl. Sci., Lit. &. Arts VI. 96 "This embarrassment..remained to the period when M. Legendre proposed a direct and uniform method of forming the final equations, which was generally adopted under the name of Method of least squares of the errors, which was assigned to it by its author. (1830)"
  2785.   (1830.23) Scott Demonol. viii. 266 "The country remained at quiet. (1830)"
  2786.   (1830.24) Tennyson Talk. Oak 204 "A thousand thanks for what I learn And what remains to tell. (1830)"
  2787.   (1830.25) Edin. Encycl. XVII. 12/1 "The floating iceberg remains to be considered... In many parts of the Antarctic regions, they are met with in vast numbers, and of a prodigious size. (1830)"
  2788.   (1830.26) Forby's Vocab. E. Anglia, Mem. p. xxxix, "With only one more extract I will close what remains to be said respecting the Icenian Glossary. (1830)"
  2789.   (1830.27) Glouc. Farm Rep. 6 in Lib. Usef. Kn., Husb. III, "About one-third of the whole crop consists of Swedish turnips,..the remainder of the white Norfolk and the red-tops. (1830)"
  2790.   (1831.1) A. Herbert in Sir F. Madden Will. &. Werwolf (1832) 36 "A wolf who..prowls..in quest of human flesh, for which he alone, like the lycanthropist, has any taste remaining. (1831)"
  2791.   (1831.2) Bentham Logic App., Wks. 1843 VIII. 286/2 "By *Uranognosy, rather than Astronomy, may that branch of Topography, taken in its largest sense, which remains after the substraction of Geography be designated. (1831)"
  2792.   (1831.3) Brewster Newton (1855) II. xvi. 100 "He regarded fossils as the real remains of plants and animals which had been buried in the strata. (1831)"
  2793.   (1831.4) Carlyle Sart. Res. i. iv, "The remainder [of his sentences] are in quite angular attitudes, buttressed-up by props (of parentheses and dashes). (1831)"
  2794.   (1831.5) Carlyle Sart. Res. iii. vi, "The man John Baliol being quite gone, and only the `Toom Tabard' (Empty Gown) remaining. (1831)"
  2795.   (1831.6) Carlyle Sart. Res. ii. iv, "I undertook to compose his Epitaph;..which however..still remains unengraven. (1831)"
  2796.   (1831.7) Carlyle Sart. Res. (1858) 81, "I undertook to compose his Epitaph..which, however, for an alleged defect of Latinity..still remains unengraven. (1831)"
  2797.   (1831.8) Disraeli Yng. Duke (L.), "One thing remained to be lost-what he called his honour, which was already on the scent to play booty. (1831)"
  2798.   (1831.9) James Philip Aug. xvi, "Let his corpse remain unburied, and his bones whiten in the wind! " (1831)"
  2799.   (1831.10) J. Davies Man. Mat. Med. 75 "The remainder is a lignous substance. (1831)"
  2800.   (1831.11) J. Davies Manual Mat. Med. 194 "Colophony or Dry Resin..is the resinous part of the turpentine remaining in the still after the extraction of the essential oil by distillation. (1831)"
  2801.   (1831.12) Jane Porter Sir. E. Seaward's Narr. I. 61 "It [sc. the pump] sucked, that is no more water remained within reach. (1831)"
  2802.   (1831.13) R. Cox Adventures Columbia River I. vii. 149 "We got plenty of salmon while we remained here, and some lamprey eels, the latter of which were oily and very strong. (1831)"
  2803.   (1831.14) Rennie Montagu's Ornith. Dict. 427 "Rock pipit... This species appears to have remained long either unnoticed, or confounded with others, by the early ornithologists. (1831)"
  2804.   (1831.15) Scott Jrnl. 26 Nov., "I got home about midnight; but remain unpoetised and unspeeched. (1831)"
  2805.   (1831.16) Scott Jrnl. 26 Nov., "I got home about mid-night; but remain unpoetised and *unspeeched. (1831)"
  2806.   (1831.17) Scott Jrnl. (1890) II. 435 "After some pour&dubh.parlers Mr. L--..must remain on board. (1831)"
  2807.   (1831.18) Scott Ct. Rob. xxvi, "So you may at a word count upon remaining prisoner here until [etc.]. (1831)"
  2808.   (1831.19) Scott Ct. Rob. x, "So it is, the spell remains unachieved. (1831)"
  2809.   (1831.20) Scott Ct. Rob. viii, "And now let this singular person remain for a time unmentioned. (1831)"
  2810.   (1831.21) T. Hope Ess. Origin Man I. 164 "Those [upper regions] in which electricity, from less interference of and remixture with other forces.., remains most pure. (1831)"
  2811.   (1831.22) T. Hope Ess. Origin Man III. 229 "To many a man the storms of the day remain unsucceeded by a serene sunset. (1831)"
  2812.   (1831.23) T. Hope Ess. Origin Man II. 110 "These neckings remain so flexible that..the pressure from the air above weighs them down. (1831)"
  2813.   (1831.24) Ann. Reg. 11 "The new constituency being thus formed, the remaining part of the ministerial plan regarded the actual election. (1831)"
  2814.   (1831.25) E. Ross Farm Rep. 88 in Lib. Usef. Kn., Husb. III, "The land was allowed `to rest'-i.e., to remain unploughed for a period of years. (1831)"
  2815.   (1831.26) Fraser's Mag. III. 271 "The exhumators of the remains of Adam Smith. (1831)"
  2816.   (1831.27) Soc. Life Eng. &. Fr. 411 "The lamp-iron yet remains at the corner of the Place de Greve, to which Foulon..was suspended in July 1790. (1831)"
  2817.   (1832.1) Bentham Ess. Lang. Wks. 1843 VIII. 327 "Of the history of language, no inconsiderable part remains to this day written upon the face of it. (1832)"
  2818.   (1832.2) Brewster Nat. Magic iv. 65 "So that the image may remain stationary. (1832)"
  2819.   (1832.3) Babbage Econ. Manuf. xxiii. (ed. 3) 236 "Others remain in the form of melted slags, floating on the surface of the iron. (1832)"
  2820.   (1832.4) Clift in Trans. Geol. Soc. (1835) III. 437 "The Remains of the Megatherium described in this paper. (1832)"
  2821.   (1832.5) De la Beche Geol. Man (ed. 2) 193 "The presence of fossils in particular strata was instantly generalized; and it became a well received theory..that every formation..contained the same organic remains, not to be discovered in those above or beneath. (1832)"
  2822.   (1832.6) De la Beche Geol. Man. (ed. 2) 297 "The remains of mammalia have not yet been detected in the cretaceous group. (1832)"
  2823.   (1832.7) De la Beche Geol. Man. (ed. 2) 210 "The whole is evidently a detritus of the Alpine rocks, and in it organic remains are by no means common. (1832)"
  2824.   (1832.8) H. Melvill in Preacher III. 100/2 "If a few portions of the Bible were expurged, it would be hard..to prove the doctrine from the remainder. (1832)"
  2825.   (1832.9) Ht. Martineau Homes Abr. vii. 104 "He had made a merit of remaining at his work. (1832)"
  2826.   (1832.10) Ht. Martineau Life in Wilds ix. 121 "There was a general disposition to remain. (1832)"
  2827.   (1832.11) J. Bree St. Herbert's Isle 19 "The burly thane..oft in *lady-bower would long remain. (1832)"
  2828.   (1832.12) J. Green Monogr. Trilobites N. Amer. 14 "The fossil remains of the trilobite family. (1832)"
  2829.   (1832.13) Ld. Houghton in T. W. Reid Life I. 122 "The doctor here tells me that I..must live very low while I remain in Rome. (1832)"
  2830.   (1832.14) Lindley Introd. Bot. 201 "Sometimes one membrane only remains,..stretching across the orifice of the theca, which is closed up by it; this is sometimes named the tympanum. (1832)"
  2831.   (1832.15) Miss Wordsworth Loving &. Liking in Wordsw. Poet. Wks. I. 251 "Likings come, and pass away; 'Tis love that remains till our latest day. (1832)"
  2832.   (1832.16) Pinnock L. Murray's Eng. Gram. viii. §.6. 129 "The Imperfect Tense represents the action or event, either as past and finished or as remaining unfinished at a certain time past. (1832)"
  2833.   (1832.17) Fraser's Mag. V. 553 "The fossilated remains of their skeletons. (1832)"
  2834.   (1832.18) Planting 91 in Husbandry (Libr. Usef. Knowl.) III, "Standard.-The shoots of a coppice stool, selected from those cut down as underwood to remain for large poles or timber-trees. (1832)"
  2835.   (1832.19) Prop. Reg. Instr. Cavalry ii. 17 "If the numbers are uneven, the last man but one..must remain uncovered. (1832)"
  2836.   (1832.20) tr. Sismondi's Ital. Rep. xvi. 345 "He had been named commissary general, with unlimited power over all that remained without the capital. (1832)"
  2837.   (1833.1) Alison Hist. Europe (1849) I. iv. §.38. 474 "The remains of monarchical attachment yet lingered. (1833)"
  2838.   (1833.2) Coleridge Table-t. 18 Apr., "So long as the Bishop of Rome remains Pope, and has an army of Mamelukes all over the world, we shall do very little. (1833)"
  2839.   (1833.3) Ht. Martineau Manch. Strike ix. 99 "A slack season in which many workmen remain unemployed. (1833)"
  2840.   (1833.4) Ht. Martineau Brooke Farm v. 62 "Half the larches are to remain for timber trees; the other half are nurses, and will be thinned out. (1833)"
  2841.   (1833.5) Ht. Martineau Br. Creek iii. 64 "A brisk traffic took place in the remaining articles. (1833)"
  2842.   (1833.6) Ht. Martineau Loom &. Lugger i. i. 3 "There was little encouragement to invest his remaining capital. (1833)"
  2843.   (1833.7) Ht. Martineau Fr. Wines &. Pol. i. 13 "Of the chesnut woods nothing remained but an assemblage of bare poles. (1833)"
  2844.   (1833.8) Ht. Martineau Briery Creek iv. 73 "The money he had locked up in land would never be productive while he remained its owner. (1833)"
  2845.   (1833.9) I. Taylor Fanat. vi. 169 "The tremendous doctrine of eternal perdition..will remain at large..to be drawn on this side or that as may best subserve the purposes of intimidation. (1833)"
  2846.   (1833.10) J. Holland Manuf. Metals II. 287 "The equiponderance of the scales may remain unaffected. (1833)"
  2847.   (1833.11) J. Holland Manuf. Metal II. 105 "A *gun-breeching till of late years, was what it still remains in muskets used in the army, simply a plug screwed into the end of the barrel. (1833)"
  2848.   (1833.12) Jas. Davidson Brit. &. Rom. Rem. Axminster 13 "It has been said that this intrenchment had formerly a double vallum,..but no vestiges of the inner vallum remain, if such an one ever existed. (1833)"
  2849.   (1833.13) Lyell Princ. Geol. III. 221 "Cuvier also mentions the remains of a species of lophiodon as occurring among the bones in the Upper Val d'Arno. (1833)"
  2850.   (1833.14) Lyell Princ. Geol. III. 59 "None of the associated mammiferous remains belong to species which now exist. (1833)"
  2851.   (1833.15) Lyell Princ. Geol. III. 362 "That great masses of subterranean lava in the volcanic foci may remain in a red hot or incandescent state. (1833)"
  2852.   (1833.16) Lyell Princ. Geol. III. 354 "The strata of sand which immediately repose on the oyster-bed are quite destitute of organic remains. (1833)"
  2853.   (1833.17) Loudon Encycl. Archit. §.1324 "When it [cider] has remained a short time quiet,..if not perfectly star-bright, which it seldom is, it should be fined with isinglass. (1833)"
  2854.   (1833.18) L. Ritchie Wand. by Loire 184 "Ditches..still remain on the townward side. (1833)"
  2855.   (1833.19) Lyell Princ. Geol. III. 324 "By `secondary', we mean those stratified rocks older than the tertiary, which contain distinct organic remains. (1833)"
  2856.   (1833.20) Lamb Elia, Product. Mod. Art, "Bowed, bent down, so would they have remained, stupor-fixed, with no thought of struggling with that inevitable judgment. (1833)"
  2857.   (1833.21) Lyell Princ. Geol. III. 4 "By a comparison of the osteology of the existing vertebrated animals with the remains found entombed in ancient strata. (1833)"
  2858.   (1833.22) Marryat P. Simple xxx, "The body is never allowed to remain many hours unburied in the tropical climates, where putrefaction is so rapid. (1833)"
  2859.   (1833.23) Marryat P. Simple (1863) 86, "I was sent on board of the guard-ship, where I remained about ten days, and then was sent round to join this frigate. (1833)"
  2860.   (1833.24) Nyren Yng. Cricketer's Tutor 28 "In reaching in too, be especially careful that the right foot remain firmly in its place behind the popping-crease. (1833)"
  2861.   (1833.25) R. Mushet in Encycl. Brit. (ed. 7) VII. 53/1 "The other piece is ensealed in a packet, and put into a box, called a *pix box,..there to remain until the final trial of the pix by jury before the king. (1833)"
  2862.   (1833.26) Rees tr. Berzelius' Anal. Inorg. Bodies 135 "When the hydrogen of the acid unites with the sulphur of the base to form sulphureted hydrogen, a metallic *sulphocyanuret remains. (1833)"
  2863.   (1833.27) R. H. Froude Rem. (1838) I. 286 "In one place there is the remains of an Ionic temple. (1833)"
  2864.   (1833.28) Sir C. Bell Hand (1834) 113 "The ichthyosaurus and plesiosaurus..inhabited the sea; their remains are found low in the lias deposit. (1833)"
  2865.   (1833.29) Tennyson Lotos Eaters 126 "Let what is broken so remain. The Gods are hard to reconcile. (1833)"
  2866.   (1833.30) Tennyson Two Voices 82 "Will thirty seasons render plain Those lonely lights that still remain, Just breaking over land and main?" (1833)"
  2867.   (1833.31) T. Hook Parson's Dau. ii. xv, "Only half a well-sized loaf remaining on the table. (1833)"
  2868.   (1833.32) T. Hook Parson's Dau. i. xi, "In this state of vegetation he remained until about ten o'clock. (1833)"
  2869.   (1833.33) Fraser's Mag. VII. 655 "What can bring back the command and disposability of back-rents, while the present national debt remains. (1833)"
  2870.   (1833.34) Instr. &. Reg. Cavalry i. 60 "The men remain at `Carry Swords', till ordered to `Slope'. (1833)"
  2871.   (1833.35) Regul. Instr. Cavalry i. 33 "Remain *quarter-faced to the right. (1833)"
  2872.   (1833-4.1) J. Phillips Geol. in Encycl. Metrop. (1845) VI. 738/1 "The houses..which have been enveloped in liquid lava, remained unmelted by it. (1833-"
  2873.   (1833-4.2) Encycl. Metrop. (1845) VI. 655/1 "It yields a most rich supply of molluscous remains. (1833-"
  2874.   (1834.1) McCulloch Dict. Comm. (ed. 2) 1089 "The *refuse sugar..remaining after the process of refining. (1834)"
  2875.   (1834.2) Coleridge Lit. Rem. I. 342 "Centries..put under the arches of a bridge, to remain no longer than until the latter are consolidated. (1834)"
  2876.   (1834.3) Coleridge Notes &. Lect. (1849) I. 233 "O what a lesson concerning..the folly of all *motive-mongering, while the individual self remains! " (1834)"
  2877.   (1834.4) De Quincey Autob. Sk. Wks. 1854 II. 175 "Stowing away..the snowy folds of a lady's gown..so voluminously, that a very small portion of it, indeed, remained for the lady's own use. (1834)"
  2878.   (1834.5) Ht. Martineau Farrers ii. 25 "Two out of the remaining four halfstarted from their chair. (1834)"
  2879.   (1834.6) H. Miller Scenes &. Leg. iv. (1857) 45 "Its place on the rock has ever since remained as undistinguishable as the scaurs and cliffs around it. (1834)"
  2880.   (1834.7) J. S. Mill in Monthly Repos. VIII. 411 "To remain..undomesticated and without a home. (1834)"
  2881.   (1834.8) J. S. Mill in Monthly Repos. VIII. 735 "He proposes that those who are convicted of offences..should be no otherwise ill-treated than by being compelled to live as a community apart... If all who, in any manner violated the laws, were removed into such a place of reformation, the inhabitants of the reformatory would speedily outnumber the remainder of the community. (1834)"
  2882.   (1834.9) J. S. Macaulay Field Fortif. 246 "While the repair of the third bay was in progress, the remaining bay was partly unplanked. (1834)"
  2883.   (1834.10) J. Forbes Laennec's Dis. Chest (ed. 4) 529 "The artery remains full and tense, and resists strongly the compressing finger. (1834)"
  2884.   (1834.11) Mar. Edgeworth Helen xxvii, "In the famous old print of the minister rat-catcher..the ridicule on placemen ratters remains. (1834)"
  2885.   (1834.12) McMurtrie Cuvier's Anim. Kingd. 98 "The Mammoth has been completely destroyed... Its remains are found..throughout all parts of North America. (1834)"
  2886.   (1834.13) M. G. Lewis Jrnl. W. Ind. 322 "The greatest part remained quietly in the negro houses beating the gumby-drum. (1834)"
  2887.   (1834.14) Pringle Afr. Sk. ii. 151 "The remains of water-wrack..afforded striking proof that at certain seasons this diminutive rill becomes a mighty..flood. (1834)"
  2888.   (1834.15) P. J. Begbie Malayan Peninsula ii. 83 "It now only remains to mention the fate of Inchi Oowan Saban. (1834)"
  2889.   (1834.16) R. Brown Misc. Bot. Wks. (1866) I. 570 "The remains of the embryoniferous areol&ae.aeig;, from four to six in number, were still visible. (1834)"
  2890.   (1834.17) Brit. Husb. I. 314 "Any large lumps remaining..should be broken with mallets, or clotting-beetles. (1834)"
  2891.   (1834.18) Chambers's Edin. Jrnl. III. 255/1 "The remainder may be ready for *spring crop with very little labour. (1834)"
  2892.   (1834.19) Edin. Rev. Oct. 73 "The only difference between Crabbe and himself is the fact, that the one was raised from the ranks, while the other is still remaining in them with at least equal independence. (1834)"
  2893.   (1834.20) Gentl. Mag. CIV. i. 104 "A rich catafalque was erected in the centre, in which the remains of the Marshal were deposited during the service. (1834)"
  2894.   (1834.21) Southern Lit. Messenger I. 87 "If he remained longer, he was in danger of tar and feathers. (1834)"
  2895.   (1834.22) Tait's Mag. I. 72/2 "*Umbrella ginghams have remained steady for some time. (1834)"
  2896.   (1834-6.1) Barlow in Encycl. Metrop. (1845) VIII. 613/2 "The remainder of the plate between the holes left by the blank was remelted again, under the denomination of sizel. (1834-"
  2897.   (1834-7.1) J. S. Macaulay Field Fortif. (1851) 54 "Four shovels are placed on the berm,..and the remaining 4 shovels and rammers on the parapet. (1834-"
  2898.   (1835.1) Beckford Recoll. 183, "I beseeched him..to remain quiet. (1835)"
  2899.   (1835.2) Dickens Let. 18 Dec. (1965) I. 109 "It will be unnecessary for me to remain here for the Declaration of the Poll on Monday. (1835)"
  2900.   (1835.3) Dickens Sk. Boz, Mr. Watkins Tottle ii, "When he got into Fleet-street, there was `a stoppage,' in which people in vehicles have the satisfaction of remaining stationary for half an hour, [etc.]. (1835)"
  2901.   (1835.4) Dickens Let. (1965) I. 56 "You would prefer living in Chambers to remaining in your present *semi-rural tranquility. (1835)"
  2902.   (1835.5) J. P. Kennedy Horse Shoe R. lii, "[They] preferred to tempt the rigors of the mountain rather than remain in their own dwellings. (1835)"
  2903.   (1835.6) Lindley Introd. Bot. (1848) II. 362 "Cancellate, when the parenchyma is wholly absent, and the veins alone remain, anastomosing and forming a kind of net-work. (1835)"
  2904.   (1835.7) Lindley Introd. Bot. (1848) II. 362 "Excurrent; in which the axis remains always in the centre, all the other parts being regularly disposed round it; as the stem of abies. (1835)"
  2905.   (1835.8) Lindley Introd. Bot. (1848) I. 242 "The withered remains of leaves which not being articulated with the stem cannot fall off but decay upon it have been called..induvi&ae.aeig;, the part so covered is said to be induviate. (1835)"
  2906.   (1835.9) Lindley Introd. Bot. (1839) 113 "The withered remains of leaves, which, not being articulated with the stem, cannot fall off, but decay upon it, have been called reliqui&ae.aeig;. (1835)"
  2907.   (1835.10) Lytton Rienzi v. v, "The horse runs from one hand, the halter remains in the other. (1835)"
  2908.   (1835.11) Marryat Olla Podr. xv, "The doctor..ungallantly told his wife she might remain all night. (1835)"
  2909.   (1835.12) Marryat J. Faithful xxiv, "Whether Captain Turnbull or I were right, remains to be proved in the sequel. (1835)"
  2910.   (1835.13) Marryat Olla Podr. xi. "How the new Poor Law Bill will work remains to be proved. (1835)"
  2911.   (1835.14) Malden Orig. Universities 169 "The appointments to the remaining five [professorships] are of a mixed nature, but the town-council has a voice in all. (1835)"
  2912.   (1835.15) Moore Mem. (1856) VII. 82, "[I] set in hard at work at the remainder of my volume. (1835)"
  2913.   (1835.16) N. P. Willis Pencillings II. xxiv. 283 "They remained in dirty white tunics reaching to the floor, and very full at the bottom, so that with the regular motion of their whirl the wind blew them out into a circle, like what the girls in our country call `making cheeses'. (1835)"
  2914.   (1835.17) R. Willis Archit. Mid. Ages ii. 27 "But the compound archway did not long remain in this simple form, its component archways were early decorated in various ways with shafts and mouldings. (1835)"
  2915.   (1835.18) Ure Philos. Manuf. 150 "The noyls, or short refuse wool, which remains entangled among the teeth, being removed. (1835)"
  2916.   (1835.19) W. Irving Tour Prairies 259 "He..fired, but without effect: the deer remained unfrightened. (1835)"
  2917.   (1835.20) Court Mag. VI. 35/1 "The morrow arrived, and the Sultan's command remained unrevoked. (1835)"
  2918.   (1835.21) Rep. Muncipal Corporations Comm. II. App. 1248 "The remaining..acres are divided into quarter acres, called `farthingdoles'. (1835)"
  2919.   (1835.22) Statist. Acc. Scot. (1845) III. 166 "The *spoon-manufacturer, who must remain stationary to fabricate his wares. (1835)"
  2920.   (1835.23) Southern Lit. Messenger I. 259 " The remaining expenses are on account of the public markets, fire companies, salaries of officers, [etc.]. (1835)"
  2921.   (1835.24) Trans. Zoological Soc. I. 234 "By remaining perfectly quiet when the animal is `up' the spectator is enabled to attain an excellent view of its movements in the water. (1835)"
  2922.   (1836.1) C. Forster Life Jebb (1851) 325 "His mortal remains were laid in St. Paul's Churchyard, Clapham. (1836)"
  2923.   (1836.2) C. J. Latrobe Rambler in Mexico 49 "The remainder were sent in advance under his domestics or mozos. (1836)"
  2924.   (1836.3) J. Gilbert Chr. Atonem. ix. (1852) 284 "God himself remains the same before and after the interposition of Christ. (1836)"
  2925.   (1836.4) J. Gully Mag.'s Formul. 68 "There remains another alkaloid substance, found in 1833, in the yellow cinchona, by MM. Henry and Delondre... This is quinodine. (1836)"
  2926.   (1836.5) J. M. Gully Magendie's Formul. 56 "The quinia and cinchonia of the quinates are precipitated and collected; the quinate of lime remains in solution. (1836)"
  2927.   (1836.6) J. Gilbert Chr. Atonem. i. (1852) 19 "Yet law was never so repealed but that it still remained as the alternative. (1836)"
  2928.   (1836.7) J. Gilbert Chr. Atonem. ix. (1852) 296 "Not a single doctrine could remain unembarrassed with doubt. (1836)"
  2929.   (1836.8) J. Gilbert Chr. Atonem. iii. (1852) 68 "Was it not..expected from them, that they should fill up the remainder of the sufferings appointed by their master..? " (1836)"
  2930.   (1836.9) Landor Peric. &. Asp. Wks. 1846 II. 435 "Little of life is remaining, but my happiness will be coetaneous with it. (1836)"
  2931.   (1836.10) Macgillivray Trav. Humboldt xxv. 376 "Causing many places to be improved which would otherwise have remained steril. (1836)"
  2932.   (1836.11) Macgillivray tr. Humboldt's Trav. iv. 63 "The master of one of the canoes offered to remain on board as coasting pilot. (1836)"
  2933.   (1836.12) Parker Gloss. Archit. (1850) I. 384 "At Bampton, Oxfordshire, a very perfect reredos remains in the east wall of the north transept, where an altar has stood. (1836)"
  2934.   (1836.13) Thirlwall Greece II. xv. 306 "Nothing now remained but to brace every nerve for the battle. (1836)"
  2935.   (1836.14) Todd Cycl. Anat. I. 422/2 "Those who have suffered large losses of blood remain exsanguine for many months. (1836)"
  2936.   (1836.15) T. Hook G. Gurney III. 333, "I intended to remain until the weather cleared before I ferried back. (1836)"
  2937.   (1836.16) W. Buckland Geol. &. Mineral. I. ix. 76 "The Tertiary Series introduces a system of new phenomena, presenting formations in which the remains of animal and vegetable life approach gradually nearer to species of our own epoch. (1836)"
  2938.   (1836.17) Wheaton Internat. Law iii. i. §.15 "The fiction of extra-territoriality..by which the minister, though actually in a foreign country, is supposed still to remain within the territory of his own sovereign. (1836)"
  2939.   (1836.18) Wheaton Elem. Internat. Law I. ii. 63 "The sovereignty of the inferior ally or protected state remains, though limited and qualified by the stipulations of the treaties of alliance and protection. (1836)"
  2940.   (1836.19) Wheaton Internat. Law I. 273 "The fiction of exterritoriality has been invented, by which the minister though actually in a foreign country, is supposed still to remain within the territories of his own sovereign. (1836)"
  2941.   (1836.20) W. Irving Astoria lviii. (1849) 477 "The next wave threw their bodies back upon the deck, where they remained swashing backward and forward. (1836)"
  2942.   (1836.21) Wheaton Elem. Internat. Law 64 "The city of Cracow in Poland, with its territory, was declared by the congress of Vienna to be a free, independent, and neutral state, under the protection of Russia, Austria, and Prussia... Its sovereignty still remains, except so far as it is affected by the protectorate which may be lawfully asserted over it in pursuance of the treaties of Vienna. (1836)"
  2943.   (1836.22) Knickerbocker VIII. 390 "His poor remains..in one corner.. -a brown stone at his head and foot. (1836)"
  2944.   (1836.23) Montreal Transcript 29 Dec. 2/2 "About one it [sc. the ice] shoved for the second time, when it remained stationary till dark. (1836)"
  2945.   (1836-7.1) Sir W. Hamilton Metaph. xli. (1870) II. 416 "It remained..for Kant to establish..the decisive trichotomy of the mental powers. (1836-"
  2946.   (1836-7.2) Sir W. Hamilton Metaph. xviii. (1870) 353 "The intermediate balls which remain moveless, but communicate the impulse. (1836-"
  2947.   (1836-7.3) Dickens Sk. Boz, Scenes xxi, "The remains of a lustre, without any drops. (1836-"
  2948.   (1836-7.4) Dickens Sk. Boz, Our Parish iv, "For the remainder of the old woman's natural life. (1836-"
  2949.   (1836-9.1) Todd's Cycl. Anat. II. 78/1 "The whole limb remains habitually in the *semiflexed position. (1836-"
  2950.   (1837.1) Gen. P. Thompson Exerc. IV. 367 "To pick holes in the history of the Greek republics, on the strength of the remains of the Tory poets of that time. (1837)"
  2951.   (1837.2) Brewster Magnet. 302 "He poured it out carefully, without disturbing such of the iron sediment as still remained. (1837)"
  2952.   (1837.3) Carlyle Fr. Rev. i. iii. viii, "An excellent new-idea, which, in these coming years, shall not remain unimitated. (1837)"
  2953.   (1837.4) Carlyle Fr. Rev. II. v. iii. 270 "Jourdan himself remains unhanged; gets loose again as one not yet *gallows-ripe. (1837)"
  2954.   (1837.5) Carlyle Misc. (1840) V. 135 "He, being unwedgeable, has remained in antiquarian cabinets. (1837)"
  2955.   (1837.6) C. M. Goodridge Voy. S. Seas (1843) 126 "After this meal they began a kind of dance, all hands repeating the word corobory. We remained among them till towards daylight, during all which time they continued their revelry. (1837)"
  2956.   (1837.7) Carlyle Fr. Rev. i. iii. viii, "Remains only that the Court..shall make his fall soft. (1837)"
  2957.   (1837.8) Carlyle Fr. Rev. ii. v. xii, "Will jingle and fanfaronade demolish the Veto; or will the Veto..remain undemolishable by these?" (1837)"
  2958.   (1837.9) Carlyle Fr. Rev. i. v. i, "Much may remain unfixed..in the Slouch-hatted heads, in the French Nation's head. (1837)"
  2959.   (1837.10) Carlyle Fr. Rev. i. vii. xi, "Lafayette..swears the remaining Bodyguards, down in the Marble-Court. (1837)"
  2960.   (1837.11) Carlyle Fr. Rev. III. vii. vii, "In the wreck of human dubitations, this remains indubitable, that Pleasure is pleasant. (1837)"
  2961.   (1837.12) Disraeli Venetia iii. vii, "He remained rooted to the ground. (1837)"
  2962.   (1837.13) Dickens Pickw. xviii, "For two days after the dejeune at Mrs. Hunter's, the Pickwickians remained at Eatanswill. (1837)"
  2963.   (1837.14) Disraeli Venetia i. xiii, "Mrs. Cadurcis remained alone in a savage sulk. (1837)"
  2964.   (1837.15) Dickens Pickw. xxii. lvi, "I dewote the remainder of my days to a pike. (1837)"
  2965.   (1837.16) Disraeli Venetia v. x, "The remaining sands of my life are few. (1837)"
  2966.   (1837.17) J. Phillips Geol. 5 "It is not certain that monuments remain of all the changes which have occured. (1837)"
  2967.   (1837.18) Lytton Athens II. 161 "Leaving the remainder uninterred he invited all..to examine the scene of contest. (1837)"
  2968.   (1837.19) Lytton Athens II. 7 "Time past on, the injury was unatoned, the remembrance remained. (1837)"
  2969.   (1837.20) Lockhart Scott I. ii. 88 "The tone and accent remained broadly Scotch. (1837)"
  2970.   (1837.21) Lytton Athens I. 416 "Babylon alone remained unsubjugated by the Mede. (1837)"
  2971.   (1837.22) M. Donovan Dom. Econ. II. 229 "Molasses..is the syrup which remains after all the sugar has been crystallised from it. (1837)"
  2972.   (1837.23) Marryat Dog-fiend xii, "He remained in his..foul-weather hat. (1837)"
  2973.   (1837.24) Phillips Geol. 27 "The remaining substances are metallic or metalloidal. Seven of them are earthy metals or metalloids. (1837)"
  2974.   (1837.25) P. Parley Sun, Moon, &. Stars liv. (ed. 2) 284 "Vegetablists say that it is a fungous plant..but the animalists agree in affirming it to be the altered remains of dead frogs. (1837)"
  2975.   (1837.26) Whewell Hist. Induct. Sci. iii. iv. I. 207 "Another writer on the same subject is Menelaus,..whose three books on Spherics still remain. (1837)"
  2976.   (1837.27) W. Irving Capt. Bonneville I. 191 "The remains of their butchered leader. (1837)"
  2977.   (1837.28) W. Irving Capt. Bonneville I. viii. 160 "There were the remains of the rude fortress in the swamp, shattered by rifle shot. (1837)"
  2978.   (1837.29) Blackw. Mag. XLI. 848 "During all the late fury of land-jobbing schemes in the west, of building extravagances in the east, of banco&dubh.mania everywhere,..the cotton manufacture alone remains unscathed. (1837)"
  2979.   (1837.30) Southern Lit. Messenger III. 656 " They have yet founded no city to themselves..but are willing to remain the boot-cleaners and the *bottle-washers of the whites. (1837)"
  2980.   (1837-8.1) Sir W. Hamilton Logic I. 257 "The Quantity of the Proposition in Conversion remains always the same; that is, the absolute quantity of the Converse must be exactly equal to that of the Convertend. (1837-"
  2981.   (1837-8.2) Sir W. Hamilton Logic viii. (1859) I. 134 "The concept horse..cannot, if it remain a concept, that is a universal attribution, be represented in imagination. (1837-"
  2982.   (1837-9.1) Hallam Hist. Lit. I. i. iii. §.111. 222 "Alberti had deeply meditated the remains of Roman antiquity. (1837-"
  2983.   (1838.1) Arnold Hist. Rome (1846) I. xvii. 366 "The tribunes demanded..that the occupiers of the remainder should pay their vectigal regularly. (1838)"
  2984.   (1838.2) Dickens Nich. Nick. xxii, "The whole capital which Nicholas found himself entitled to either in possession, reversion, remainder, or expectancy. (1838)"
  2985.   (1838.3) F. W. Simms Publ. Wks. Gt. Brit. i. 62 "About three hundred thousand yards will be taken from this cutting to the embankment north of New Cross, and the remaining quantity will be placed in spoil. The deposit of the spoil and the formation of the embankment are both proceeding rapidly. (1838)"
  2986.   (1838.4) James Louis XIV, I. 247 "That all the arbitrary acts of his predecessor..should remain as unimpugned precedents in case of necessity. (1838)"
  2987.   (1838.5) Lyell Elem. Geol. ii. xiii. 281 note, "Pal&ae.aeig;ontology is the science which treats of fossil remains, both animal and vegetable. (1838)"
  2988.   (1838.6) Sedgwick in Proc. Geol. Soc. II. 684 "Class 1. Primary stratified Groups... Should organic remains appear unequivocally in any parts of this class, they may be described as the Protozoic System. (1838)"
  2989.   (1838.7) T. Thomson Chem. Org. Bodies 506 "That portion of the resin which remains undissolved when the turpentine freed from its oil is digested in cold alcohol of 0&rdot.867, has been called silvic acid by Unverdorben, and resin beta by Berzelius. (1838)"
  2990.   (1838.8) T. Thomson Chem. Org. Bodies 402 "The wine-red substance which remains in solution in the carbonate of ammonia. (1838)"
  2991.   (1838.9) T. Thomson Chem. Org. Bodies 522 "When the balsam is treated with alcohol, about a fourth part remains undissolved, constituting a white crystalline mass. This is the substance which M. Bonastre has distinguished by the name of styracin. (1838)"
  2992.   (1838.10) T. Thomson Chem. Org. Bodies 397 "The least period that this impregnation is allowed to remain. (1838)"
  2993.   (1838.11) T. Thomson Chem. Org. Bodies 200 "We then filter, washing the blue-coloured sulphate of lime remaining on the filter till it becomes red. (1838)"
  2994.   (1838.12) W. Bell Dict. Law Scot. 354 "This right to preside remained in the same burgh during the entire Parliament, that burgh being what is called the returning burgh. (1838)"
  2995.   (1838.13) W. Irving in Life &. Lett. (1866) III. 123 "Millions of acres which might..have remained idle and impracticable wastes. (1838)"
  2996.   (1838.14) W. Bell Dict. Law Scot., "Thirds... Before the annexation of the year 1587, the King, in order to prevent the entire abstraction of their provisions from the acting clergy,..assumed into his own hands a third of the revenues of all ecclesiastical benefices, which he intrusted to the Commissioners of Plat, who assigned to the ministers respectively sufficient provisions, and reserved the remainder for the King. [See plat [sb. 3] 6.]" (1838)"
  2997.   (1838.15) Actors by Daylight I. 112/1 "Many of the old supers of course remained. (1838)"
  2998.   (1838.16) Blackw. Mag. XLIV. 545 "While this indetermination continues, the power of choice remains inoperative. (1838)"
  2999.   (1838.17) Murray's Hand-bk. N. Germ. 254/1 "A toll is here paid by all vessels navigating the Rhine, to the Duke of Nassau, the only chieftain remaining on the river who still exercises this feudal privilege. (1838)"
  3000.   (1838.18) Penny Cycl. XII. 460/1 "When common indigo has been treated with dilute acids, alkalis, and alcohol, the remainder is indigo-blue, or indigotin, or indigo nearly in a state of purity. (1838)"
  3001.   (1838.19) tr. A. Comte in Edin. Rev. July 284 "It remained only [for Comte]..to tack to Hydrodynamics the sciences of Magnetism, Electricity, Galvanism and Thermology. (1838)"
  3002.   (1839.1) B. H. Smart Way out of Metaph. 51 "We may..apply it to similar particulars remaining unexperimented. (1839)"
  3003.   (1839.2) B. H. Smart Way out Metaph. 25 "An intellection having once occurred, remains with us as a notion or something known. (1839)"
  3004.   (1839.3) C. J. Lever Confessions H. Lorrequer xiii. 99 "During all this mel&eacu.e tournament, I perceived that the worthy jib as he would be called in the parlance of Trinity, Mr. Cudmore, remained perfectly silent. (1839)"
  3005.   (1839.4) De la Beche Rep. Geol. Cornwall, etc. xv. 569 "Of the remainder he paid the adventurers one-half, or one-quarter, as may have been agreed upon according to the supposed prospects of the mine at the time of setting. (1839)"
  3006.   (1839.5) Dickens Nich. Nick. ii, "The clerk calmly remained in a stationary position. (1839)"
  3007.   (1839.6) De Quincey Casuistry Wks. VIII. 308 "If the law of extradition should remain unchanged. (1839)"
  3008.   (1839.7) Donaldson New Cratylus §.70 (1850) 107 "Their apparent [Semitic] trigrammatism, their etymological disintegration, and the tertiary condition in which their oldest remains are found, must be referred to the constant intermixtures, re-unions [etc.]. (1839)"
  3009.   (1839.8) De la Beche Rep. Geol. Cornwall, etc. ix. 264 "This view seems borne out by the alcyonic and other spongiform remains. (1839)"
  3010.   (1839.9) De la Beche Rep. Geol. Cornwall, etc. xv. 617 "In 1778, also, these iron-lodes still remained unwrought. (1839)"
  3011.   (1839.10) E. J. Woolsey in Ure Dict. Arts (1839) 782 "When you wish to see the quantity of oil remaining in the lubricator. (1839)"
  3012.   (1839.11) G. Roberts Dict. Geol., "Tripoli powder.., used for polishing fossils, &.c. It is itself the remains of fossil insects. (1839)"
  3013.   (1839.12) H. Rogers Ess. II. iii. 140 "While the trunk of the language remains the same, the twigs and frailer branches are torn away by the storm. (1839)"
  3014.   (1839.13) Keightley Hist. Eng. II. 35 "Her character remains the object of respect to all parties. (1839)"
  3015.   (1839.14) Marryat Phant. Ship x, "Philip remained on deck by the *poop-ladder. (1839)"
  3016.   (1839.15) Murchison Silur. Syst. i. xxxv. 474 "The organic remains are of great interest in establishing the geological identity between the coal measures of the Dudley district and those of distant parts of Great Britain. (1839)"
  3017.   (1839.16) Maynard Goodacre's Arith. (ed. 9) 37 "When..the remainder is more than the divisor, the quotient figure was too small, the work must be rubbed out, and a larger number supplied. (1839)"
  3018.   (1839.17) R. S. Robinson Naut. Steam Eng. 101 "To shut the steam port before the eduction port, leaving the expansive power of the steam, already in the cylinder, to finish the remainder of the stroke. (1839)"
  3019.   (1839.18) Ruskin Poetry Arch. vi. §.87 "A man who could remain a radical in a wood country is a disgrace to his species. (1839)"
  3020.   (1839.19) R. S. Robinson Naut. Steam Eng. 102 "The steam will be cut off..but the eduction will remain open. (1839)"
  3021.   (1839.20) Thirlwall Greece VII. 367 "After the battle, it remained for the conquerors to divide the spoil. (1839)"
  3022.   (1839.21) Thirlwall Greece I. 363 "To collect all the remaining strength of Messenia in a mountain citadel. (1839)"
  3023.   (1839.22) T. L. Mitchell in T. L. Mitchell Exped. East. Australia I. 20 "The natives who remain in a savage state..are named `myalls' by their half civilized brethren. (1839)"
  3024.   (1839.23) Thackeray Major Gahagan ii, "The oyster remained with the British Government. (1839)"
  3025.   (1839.24) Ure Dict. Arts 830 "Portions of rounded gravel and organic remains. (1839)"
  3026.   (1839.25) Ure Dict. Arts 706 "Passing through the remaining grooves till it comes to the square ones, where it becomes a *mill-bar. (1839)"
  3027.   (1839.26) Ure Dict. Arts 1262 "The remainder of the mass..yields an inferior pigment, called ultramarine ashes. (1839)"
  3028.   (1839.27) Ure Dict. Arts 685 "The reduced iron would be apt to remain scattered in little globules. (1839)"
  3029.   (1839.28) Ure Dict. Arts 1268 "Draw out the fire, and let it [japan] remain until morning; then boil it until it rolls hard. (1839)"
  3030.   (1839.29) Ure Dict. Arts 1160 "The superficial film of colours will remain unvitrified. (1839)"
  3031.   (1839.30) Ure Dict. Arts 771 "Calcareous tuf consists of similar incrustations made by petrifying rivulets running over mud, sand, vegetable remains, etc. (1839)"
  3032.   (1839.31) Ure Dict. Arts 998 "Were it to remain a very little longer, the silver would become alloyed with the copper, and the plating be thus completely spoiled. (1839)"
  3033.   (1839.32) Ure Dict. Arts 627 "The nitre contains five primes of oxygen, of which three, combining with the three of charcoal, will furnish three of carbonic oxide gas, while the remaining two will convert the one prime of sulphur into sulphurous acid gas. The single prime of nitrogen is, there&dubh.fore, in this view, disengaged alone. (1839)"
  3034.   (1839.33) Yeowell Anc. Brit. Ch. ix. (1847) 93 "The remains of the Druidical order were not persecuted. (1839)"
  3035.   (1839.34) Dundee Advertiser 12 Apr., "As he remained obstreperous, the policeman put on the shangies. (1839)"
  3036.   (1839.35) New Monthly Mag. LVI. 61 "Wimbling deeper and deeper still, till he has shattered the remains of your nerves to atoms. (1839)"
  3037.   (1839.36) Penny Cycl. XV. 448/1 "Mother&dubh.water. When any saline solution has been evaporated so as to deposit crystals on cooling, the remaining solution is termed the mother-water, or sometimes merely the mothers. (1839)"
  3038.   (1839.37) Penny Cycl. XIV. 53 "The bulk of the Lithuanian nation remained faithful to their idols. (1839)"
  3039.   (1839.38) Penny Cycl. XIV. 58 "Lituus, a name given to a spiral thus described:-Let a variable circular sector always have its centre at one fixed point, and one of its terminal radii in a given direction. Let the area of the sector always remain the same; then the extremity of the other terminal radius describes the lituus. The polar equation of this spiral is r2&theta. = a. (1839)"
  3040.   (1839.39) Penny Cycl. XIII. 383/2 "Leeches are oviparous. The ova remain in the uterus for some time. (1839)"
  3041.   (1839.40) Visitor 479/1 "Living objects, if they remain motionless during the short periods of exposure, are given with perfect fidelity. (1839)"
  3042.   (1839-40.1) W. Irving Wolfert's R. 316 "The fate of these saints-errant had hitherto remained a mystery. (1839-"
  3043.   (1839-47.1) Todd Cycl. Anat. III. 485/2 "The bloodvessels..remain on the..*parenchymal aspect of the mucous tissue. (1839-"
  3044.   (1839-52.1) Bailey Festus 37/1 "He strained His eyes to work the nightness which remained. (1839-"
  3045.   (1840.1) B. Shaw Memorials of S. Afr. xx. 303 "Morokos Kotla had no attractions yesterday; we went and sat down in it, but we could not bear to remain. (1840)"
  3046.   (1840.2) Carlyle Heroes iii, "Nature..remains to the bad, to the selfish and the pusillanimous forever a sealed book. (1840)"
  3047.   (1840.3) Carlyle Heroes iv. (1841) 247 "We may rejoice that he could not realise it; that it remained, after two centuries of effort, unrealisable. (1840)"
  3048.   (1840.4) C. Pelham Chron. Crime (1886) II. 349 "An inquest was held upon the remains of deceased at the Dog and Gun. (1840)"
  3049.   (1840.5) Carlyle Heroes iii. (1841) 173 "Nature with her truth remains to the bad, to the selfish and the pusillanimous, forever a sealed book. (1840)"
  3050.   (1840.6) Dickens Old C. Shop xxvi, "And now there remained but to take leave of the poor schoolmaster and wander forth once more. (1840)"
  3051.   (1840.7) De Quincey Essenes Wks. 1859 X. 261 "There might still have remained the great redemptional and mediatorial functions for Christ. (1840)"
  3052.   (1840.8) F. D. Bennet Whaling Voy. I. 258 "The remainder..took to flight when their companions were harpooned. (1840)"
  3053.   (1840.9) F. D. Bennett Whaling Voy. I. 345 "The turmeric, hena,..considered too valuable..to remain a wildling. (1840)"
  3054.   (1840.10) Gen. Mercer in R. J. Macdonald Hist. Dress R.A. (1899) 50 "The remainder of the hair was gathered into a queue behind..and tied close to the head; this we called a rooter. (1840)"
  3055.   (1840.11) H. Rogers Introd. Burke's Wks. 82 "Nothing will justify force while any other means remain untried. (1840)"
  3056.   (1840.12) Humble Dict. Geol. &. Min., "Epizootic, containing animal remains, as epizootic hills, or epizootic strata. (1840)"
  3057.   (1840.13) Haliburton Letter Bag i. 7 "Sheeted, blanketed, and quilted, I remain enveloped in the drapery of my bed. (1840)"
  3058.   (1840.14) Lardner Geom. 276 "The distance V F, remains finite. (1840)"
  3059.   (1840.15) Lardner Geom. 108 "If from the square of the side opposite the right angle, the square of the given side be substracted, the remainder will be the square of the third side. (1840)"
  3060.   (1840.16) Macaulay Ess., Ranke &page.51 "Even the honours of sepulture were long withheld from his remains. (1840)"
  3061.   (1840.17) R. H. Dana Bef. Mast iii, "The larboard watch..go below until four in the morning, when they come on deck again and remain till eight, having what is called the morning watch. (1840)"
  3062.   (1840.18) R. H. Dana Bef. Mast vii, "We were then divided into three watches, and thus stood out the remainder of the night. (1840)"
  3063.   (1840.19) Sir W. Hamilton Logic App. (1860) II. 276 "According to the doctrine of the logicians, conversion applies only to the naked terms themselves:-the subject and predicate of the prejacent interchange places, but the quantity by which each was therein affected is excluded from the movement; remaining to affect its correlative in the subjacent proposition. (1840)"
  3064.   (1840.20) Thackeray Shabby-genteel Story v, "He was allowed to remain in the house, an undeclared but very assiduous lover. (1840)"
  3065.   (1840.21) Thackeray Paris Sk.-bk. (1872) 237 "Her heart remains faithful to her old flame, the doctor. (1840)"
  3066.   (1840.22) Whyte Hist. Turf I. 200 "The shareholders will receive five per cent...the remainder to go to the *race fund. (1840)"
  3067.   (1840.23) Civil Engin. &. Arch. Jrnl. III. 68/2 "In the Newcastle pits..blocks or `stooks' of considerable strength are suffered to remain, for the purpose of protecting the colliers from the exfoliation of the roof. (1840)"
  3068.   (1840.24) Civil Engin. &. Arch. Jrnl. III. 2/1 "The remaining fronts are to be faced with neat hammer dressed walling stones. (1840)"
  3069.   (1840.25) Gentl. Mag. Oct. 338 "Both places..bear the name of Mock-Beggar's Hall. The one is an insulated rock near Bakewell..presenting from the road the semblance of a house... The other is a Tudor..mansion in the parish of Claydon..which..remained so long unoccupied as to be the cause of numerous disappointments to those travellers who had never been taken in before. (1840)"
  3070.   (1840.26) Penny Cycl. XVI. 491/2 "Thus employed, `organic remains' become a clue to many of the darkest pages in the antient history of our planet. (1840)"
  3071.   (1840.27) Penny Cycl. XVI. 151/2 "When the spinal chord remains, its passage may be indicated by the phenomena of reflex motion. (1840)"
  3072.   (1840.28) Tait's Mag. VII. 183 "We'll 'bide by its tatter'd shredlets, While leaf or breath remains. (1840)"
  3073.   (1841.1) J. WilsonBlackw. Mag. XLIX. 549 "John remained a year or so opposed to Radicality. (1841)"
  3074.   (1841.2) Brande Chem. 1031 "Hydrofluate of ammonia remains in solution. (1841)"
  3075.   (1841.3) Brande Chem. 1078 "When the solutions are evaporated, uncrystallizable *gum-like compounds remain. (1841)"
  3076.   (1841.4) C. E. Lester Glory Eng. II. 139 "When one of the six..happens to die, the remaining five fill up the void; and thus the priesthood, or, rather, priestesshood, lives on in a sort of corporate immortality. (1841)"
  3077.   (1841.5) D'Israeli Amen. Lit. (1867) 203 "Printing remained..a secret and occult art. (1841)"
  3078.   (1841.6) Elphinstone Hist. Ind. xii. iii. II. 633 "The inhabitants of Delhi remained in a sort of stupor. They had not yet recovered the terror of the past. (1841)"
  3079.   (1841.7) Elphinstone Hist. Ind. II. 581 "It only remained to the brothers to decide on the fate of its tenant. (1841)"
  3080.   (1841.8) H. J. Stephen Comm. Laws Eng. i. vii. I. 307 "When land is settled..by a limitation to the parent for life, and after his death to his first and other sons in tail, and trustees are interposed to preserve the contingent remainders, this is called a strict settlement. (1841)"
  3081.   (1841.9) J. F. Burke On Land-Drainage 4 "Remains have been found of some very ancient land-drains. (1841)"
  3082.   (1841.10) Keble in Hooker's Wks. (1888) I. p. cxv, "It is hoped that this republication of his remains..will cause them to become more generally read. (1841)"
  3083.   (1841.11) Ld. Cockburn Circuit Journ. (1888) 120 "Its stalactites were unbroken... Now that not one remains, the whole charm, which was in its sparriness, is gone. (1841)"
  3084.   (1841.12) Lane Arab. Nts. I. 100 "Are ye remaining faithful to your covenant?" (1841)"
  3085.   (1841.13) Lane Arab. Nts. I. 97 "Thus shalt thou remain in this sea to the end of time. (1841)"
  3086.   (1841.14) Miss Mitford in L'Estrange Life (1870) III. viii. 121 "If..he be sent to jail for my omissions, I should certainly not long remain to grieve over my sin, for such it is. (1841)"
  3087.   (1841.15) Macaulay W. Hastings Ess. 1854 II. 651/2 "There remained examinations and cross-examinations. (1841)"
  3088.   (1841.16) Peacock Stat. Cambridge 11 "There yet remained to be performed [before creation] the exercises of inception or commencement. (1841)"
  3089.   (1841.17) R. W. Hamilton Nugae Literariae 359 "Skerrick, the smallest thing or fraction. `Not a skerrick remaining.' `Not worth a skerrick.' " (1841)"
  3090.   (1841.18) T. R. Jones Anim. Kingd. 301 "The wound remains uncicatrised until the next moult. (1841)"
  3091.   (1841.19) Trimmer Pract. Geol. 407 "No elephantoid remains. (1841)"
  3092.   (1841.20) Totten Naval Text Bk. 394 "Skin, that part of a sail, when furled, which remains outside and covers the whole. (1841)"
  3093.   (1841.21) W. Spalding Italy &. It. Isl. III. 393 "The government was to undertake a certain part of the speculation, while the remainder of the capital might be given off in shares. (1841)"
  3094.   (1841.22) W. Deans Let. 25 Mar. in J. Deans Pioneers of Canterbury (1937) 33 "Mr. Molesworth let a town acre of his for &pstlg.240..for 14 years, buildings and improvements to remain at the end of the lease. (1841)"
  3095.   (1841.23) Civil Eng. &. Arch. Jrnl. IV. 22/2 "Although the deal tongueing has been destroyed by the worms, the green&dubh.heart planking remains untouched and perfectly sound. (1841)"
  3096.   (1841.24) Few Words to Churchwardens i. (Camb. Camden Soc.) 10 "You may see what is called the *weather-moulding of the old roof remaining. (1841)"
  3097.   (1841.25) Penny Cycl. XIX. 413/1 "Residual, an expression which gives the remainder of a subtraction. (1841)"
  3098.   (1841.26) Specif. Claudet's Patent No. 9193. 3 "[Red light] allows the operator to see how to perform the work without being obliged..to remain in a *dark room. (1841)"
  3099.   (1841-44.1) Emerson Ess. Prudence Wks. (Bohn) I. 99 "Calicoes [cannot] go out of fashion..in the few swift moments..the Yankee suffers..them to remain in his possession. (1841-"
  3100.   (1841-71.1) T. R. Jones Anim. Kingd. (ed. 4) 453 "Between the shell and the exterior of the body, where they remain until the embryo attains its full growth. (1841-"
  3101.   (1841-71.2) T. R. Jones Anim. Kingd. (ed. 4) 649 "The countless petrified remains known by the names of Hamites, Lituites, Orthoceratites, Cyrtoceratites. (1841-"
  3102.   (1842.1) Arnold Hist. Rome III. xliv. 175 "The officers for the year being thus appointed, it remained to determine their several provinces. (1842)"
  3103.   (1842.2) Abdy Water Cure 13 "They remained..nearly two weeks, without suppurating. (1842)"
  3104.   (1842.3) Brande Dict. Sci. etc., "Paracrostic, a poetical composition in which the first verse contains, in order, all the letters which commence the remaining verses of the poem or division. According to Cicero (De Divinatione, ii. 54), the original Sibylline verses were paracrostics. (1842)"
  3105.   (1842.4) Brande Dict. Sci. etc. s.v. Lampyrin&ae.aeig;, "The females of some of the Lampyrine tribe are apterous..and are luminous. All the Lampyrines, when seized, press their feet and antenn&ae.aeig; against their body, and remain as motionless as if they were dead. (1842)"
  3106.   (1842.5) Brande Dict. Sc., etc., s.v., "Hevelius chose the name of polemoscope, because he thought the instrument might be applied, in time of war, to discover what was going on in the camp of the enemy, while the spectator remained concealed behind a wall or other defence. (1842)"
  3107.   (1842.6) Dickens Let. 28 Mar. (1938) I. 423, "I remained as grave as a judge. (1842)"
  3108.   (1842.7) Dickens Let. 3 Apr. (1974) III. 180 "That valiant general..is an old, old man with..the remains of a pigeon-breast in his military surtout. (1842)"
  3109.   (1842.8) F. Witts Diary 22 Oct. (1978) 167 "The remains were to be deposited at the west end of Upton St. Leonards church, under the singing gallery, near the font. (1842)"
  3110.   (1842.9) Grove Corr. Phys. Forces 86 "Thus oxygen and hydrogen..will remain unaltered for an indefinite period. (1842)"
  3111.   (1842.10) J. Aiton Dom. Econ. (1857) 123 "Make it something `wiselike' and substantial, that it may remain as a monument of your own liberality and good sense. (1842)"
  3112.   (1842.11) J. Aiton Domest. Econ. (1857) 221 "A corn sickle is then drawn through the butter several cross ways, in order to take out any hairs that may remain in it; and if any other motes appear, they are also taken out. (1842)"
  3113.   (1842.12) J. B. Fraser Allee Neemroo II. 99 "His uneasiness remained unlessened and unaltered. (1842)"
  3114.   (1842.13) J. Aiton Domest. Econ. (1857) 194 "As some of the shells still remain among the meal, they are separated from it by hand-sieves; these shells, thus separated, and having the finer particles of meal adhering to them, called *mill-seeds, are preserved for sowins. (1842)"
  3115.   (1842.14) James Morley Ernstein xv, "With that careful *eschewance of all listening ears..that gentleman remained bowing in silence till the waiter was out of the room. (1842)"
  3116.   (1842.15) Manning Serm. xxv. (1848) 382 "There still remains with us a fast-cleaving and mysterious evil. (1842)"
  3117.   (1842.16) Mrs. Kirkland Forest Life II. 19 "The short remainder of his stay at Mr. Hay's, say him eat his meals like a Trappist. (1842)"
  3118.   (1842.17) Prichard Nat. Hist. Man 189 "The remains of the dead found entombed in various parts of Europe. (1842)"
  3119.   (1842.18) Parnell Chem. Anal. (1845) 96 "Silver and palladium are the only noble metals which dissolve in melted bisulphate of potash. Note. Noble metals are those which do not become converted into oxides, but remain bright when heated in the air. (1842)"
  3120.   (1842.19) Tennyson Day-Dream 74 "Here all things in their place remain, As all were order'd, ages since. (1842)"
  3121.   (1842.20) Thackeray Sultan Stork Wks. 1898 IV. 738 "Nor of the latter did there remain any unkilled (if I may coin such a word). (1842)"
  3122.   (1842.21) W. F. Ainsworth Trav. Asia Minor, etc. I. 197 "Its numerous remains of Mohammedan buildings, chiefly in a rich style of Saracenic architecture. (1842)"
  3123.   (1842.22) W. F. Ainsworth Trav. Asia Minor, etc. II. 331 "The foundations, cellars, or serdaubs,..were generally all that remained. (1842)"
  3124.   (1842.23) W. F. Tolmie Jrnl. 7 May (1963) 359 "As the great display of waterworks was to take place at 5, I finally decided on remaining. (1842)"
  3125.   (1842.24) Jrnl. R. Agric. Soc. III. i. 37, "I offered a conjecture, that those larv&ae.aeig; which entered the ground had been `ichneumonized', whilst those which remained encased and in the ears would be found uninjured. (1842)"
  3126.   (1842.25) Penny Cycl. XXII. 119/2 "This measure..was followed by the abolition of the two remaining Socinian schools. (1842)"
  3127.   (1842.26) Penny Cycl. XXII. 104/2 "The use of the Cyrillic letters..remained in full vigour among those [Slavonians] who belonged to the Eastern Church. (1842)"
  3128.   (1843.1) Arnold Hist. Rome III. 284 "Two solitary pillars still remain, and serve as a seamark to guide ships into the great harbour. (1843)"
  3129.   (1843.2) Carlyle Past &. Pr. ii. xvii, "Lawyers too were poets, were heroes..Their Owlisms, Vulturisms..will disappear by and by, their Heroisms only remaining. (1843)"
  3130.   (1843.3) Foster in Life &. Corr. (1846) II. 458, "I remained in a kind of baffle between that perfectly preserved image, and his actual appearance. (1843)"
  3131.   (1843.4) Hammond Def. Faith &Oe.cum. Councils 31 "The third order of penitents, called..kneelers or prostrators, because they were allowed to remain and join in certain prayers particularly made for them, whilst they were kneeling, or prostrate on the ground. (1843)"
  3132.   (1843.5) J. C. Shairp Let. 25 Sept. in W. A. Knight Principal Shairp (1888) vi. 71 "This..makes good my summer's work. `The Slows' are my bane, but I must be courageous and face what remains... If I could but secure a second, I should be happy. (1843)"
  3133.   (1843.6) J. H. Greene Expos. Arts Gambling 166 "Hockley, signifies the last card but one, the chance of which the banker claims, and may refuse to let any punter withdraw a card when eight or less remain to be dealt. (1843)"
  3134.   (1843.7) Kemble Poetry Codex Vercell. Pref. 6 "A series of publications which..will give to the world of scholars every yet inedited remain of Anglosaxon. (1843)"
  3135.   (1843.8) Mill Logic iii. xiv. §.4 "It appears..to be a condition of a genuinely scientific hypothesis, that it be not destined always to remain an hypothesis, but be of such a nature as to be either proved or disproved by that comparison with observed facts which is termed Verification. (1843)"
  3136.   (1843.9) Pusey Serm. Holy Euch. 10 "The remains of original corruption and our own superadded sins. (1843)"
  3137.   (1843.10) Prescott Mexico vii ii. (1850) III. 215 "Vera Cruz..has remained ever since the great commercial capital of New Spain. (1843)"
  3138.   (1843.11) Prescott Mexico (1850) I. 221 "The vessel..in which Cortes himself went, was of a hundred tons' burden..the remainder were caravels and open brigantines. (1843)"
  3139.   (1843.12) R. J. Graves Syst. Clin. Med. v. 71 "The patient was in such a profound sopor, that apparently nothing but warmth remained to indicate that life had not already become extinct. (1843)"
  3140.   (1843.13) R. J. Graves Syst. Clin. Med. xxi. 252 "The hepatisation [of the lung] remains unresolved. (1843)"
  3141.   (1843.14) R. J. Graves Syst. Clin. Med. X. 110, "I do not feel the least anxiety if the patient remains without having a stool for two or three days. (1843)"
  3142.   (1843.15) Southey Doctor (1847) VI. Archch. 205 "Incognito I am and wish to be, and incognoscible it is in my power to remain. (1843)"
  3143.   (1843.16) W. B. Dewees Lett. from Early Settler Texas (1852) 246 "The lone star of Texas shall continue to wave proudly in the air as long as one brave Texan remains to defend it. (1843)"
  3144.   (1843.17) Penny Cycl. XXVI. 248/1 "The lips and jaws being always somewhat open during ventriloquy, a slight labial movement remains unnoticed. (1843)"
  3145.   (1843.18) Penny Cycl. XXVI. 243/1 "The revolutionists..threatened the other provinces which remained in obedience to the senate, and especially the Veronese. (1843)"
  3146.   (1843.19) Penny Cycl. XXVI. 65 "If a feoffment had been made to A for life to his own use, with remainder to B in fee for the use of C. (1843)"
  3147.   (1843.20) R. Carlton New Purchase ix. 64 "Nanny remained near the dutch oven to keep us supplied with red-hot pones or *corn-balls. (1843)"
  3148.   (1844.1) Ansted Geol., Introd. etc. I. 410 "When first the Megalosaurian remains were described by Dr. Buckland. (1844)"
  3149.   (1844.2) B. Disraeli Coningsby II. iv. vii. 77 "Under ordinary circumstances a French bed and a brasier of charcoal alone remained for Villebecque, who was equal to the occasion. (1844)"
  3150.   (1844.3) Dickens Mart. Chuz. xvi, "A few sedentary characters..remained at table full a quarter of an hour. (1844)"
  3151.   (1844.4) Dickens Mart. Chuz. li. 592 "The other [man], seating himself on the steps of the coach, remained in conversation with Slyme... `He's booked,' observed the man. `Through,' said Slyme. (1844)"
  3152.   (1844.5) Emerson Lect. New Eng. Ref. Wks. (Bohn) I. 263 "It is handsomer to remain in the establishment,..and conduct that in the best manner, than to make a sally against evil by some single improvement. (1844)"
  3153.   (1844.6) H. Stephens Bk. Farm III. 1123 "The lambs remain unweaned, until they wean themselves. (1844)"
  3154.   (1844.7) H. Stephens Bk. Farm II. 393 "The corn is then set up, that is, set down in the sacks on the floor, and remains there unemptied. (1844)"
  3155.   (1844.8) Hodges in Lond. etc. Philos. Mag. XXV. 206 "A yellowish-brown extractive matter, maticine, remained. (1844)"
  3156.   (1844.9) J. Williams Real Prop. (1877) 292 "The lands will shift away from him, and vest in the person next entitled in remainder. (1844)"
  3157.   (1844.10) Kinglake Eothen xii, "Whilst the amber is at your lips, there is nothing ungracious in your remaining silent. (1844)"
  3158.   (1844.11) Kinglake Eothen viii, "Her superiority over all others..remained undisputed. (1844)"
  3159.   (1844.12) Little in Jrnl. R. Agric. Soc. Eng. V. i. 178 "Most of these commons are now enclosed;..some still remain in pasture, and the common field husbandry, or `tenantry', as it is called, is abolished. (1844)"
  3160.   (1844.13) Lingard Anglo-Sax. Ch. (1858) I. v. 189 "Thrice he venerated the sacred remains. (1844)"
  3161.   (1844.14) Ld. Brougham A. Lunel I. iii. 67 "Every particular of it remains deeply engraven on my memory. (1844)"
  3162.   (1844.15) Lingard Anglo-Sax. Ch. (1858) I. vii. 298 note, "That no man remain unbishoped too long. (1844)"
  3163.   (1844.16) Noad Electricity (ed. 2) 267 "If even the smallest quantity of liquid remains in the capsule, *unvaporized. (1844)"
  3164.   (1844.17) P. Harwood Hist. Irish Rebell. 41 note, "The other boroughs, which were close or snug, sent the remainder. (1844)"
  3165.   (1844.18) Stephens Bk. Farm I. 372 "An iron tramp-pick to loosen the subsoil immediately under the mould, and raise the boulder stones... The tramp..is movable, and may be placed on either side to suit the foot of the workman, where it remains firm at about 16 inches from the point, which gradually tapers. (1844)"
  3166.   (1844.19) Stanley Arnold I. iv. 187 "He remained eminently practical to the end of his life. (1844)"
  3167.   (1844.20) T. E. May Treat. Parliament xii. 215 "A division is effected in the lords by the not-contents remaining within the bar, and the contents going below the bar. [note] Lords' *S.O. No. 22. (1844)"
  3168.   (1844.21) Thirlwall Greece VIII. 179 "He remained inflexible, covering his refusal with the vague pretext, `that circumstances were not in his power'. (1844)"
  3169.   (1844.22) Williams Real Prop. (1877) 263 " The general opinion appears to be in favour of the antiquity of contingent remainders. (1844)"
  3170.   (1844.23) Blackw. Mag. LV. 668 "The Thought..remains; the substrate, absolute, essential, generic notion. (1844)"
  3171.   (1844.24) P. Parley's Ann. V. 265 "Nothing now remained but to unpaint the young urchin; and so Sally..scrubbed till she was tired. (1844)"
  3172.   (1844.25) Proc. Berw. Nat. Club II. No. 12. 108 "The old tree [is] thus bereft of its few remaining drops of nutrient aliment. (1844)"
  3173.   (1844.26) Port Phillip Patriot 22 July 2/6, "I remained with him five years after I served my `lagging'. (1844)"
  3174.   (1844.27) Queen's Regul. &. Ord. Army 351 "They are to remain saddled.., time being allowed for wisping them over. (1844)"
  3175.   (1844.28) Queen's Regul. &. Ord. Army 152 "The whole of the remaining Clothing (with the exception of the wings and fringe). (1844)"
  3176.   (1844.29) Regul. &. Ord. Army 180 "Although a Regiment or a Division may remain for a single night only in a quarter, yet an Alarm-Post is invariably to be established. (1844)"
  3177.   (1844.30) Regul. &. Ord. Army 265 "Remain with their arms carried. (1844)"
  3178.   (1844.31) Yale Lit. Mag. IX. 381 "Of the other pieces..some will be found in the present number..and the remainder have `stept out'. (1844)"
  3179.   (1844.32) tr. Mir Hussain Ali's Life Tipu xiv. 179 "The Kuzzaks..remained all night attacking, or sniping and throwing rockets into the English camp. (1844)"
  3180.   (1845.1) McCulloch Taxation ii. vi. (1852) 285 "Though there still remain some anomalies to be rectified, this statute has effected some material improvements. (1845)"
  3181.   (1845.2) Darwin Voy. Nat. v. (1879) 88 " The ground at the depth of a few feet remains perpetually congealed. (1845)"
  3182.   (1845.3) Disraeli Sybil vi. ix, "Left alone they might have remained quiet; but they only wanted the spark. (1845)"
  3183.   (1845.4) Davison Disc. Prophecy v. (1861) 162 "Rome remains, though Carthage is gone: the similar fate of deletion has not come. (1845)"
  3184.   (1845.5) Disraeli Speech 17 Mar., "For me there remains this at least-the opportunity of expressing thus publicly my belief that a Conservative Government is an Organized Hypocrisy. (1845)"
  3185.   (1845.6) Ford Handbk. Spain ii. 708/1 "Many authors..content to remain..in *typeless obscurity. (1845)"
  3186.   (1845.7) Ford Handbk. Spain 122 "Time has healed the wounds of our ecclesiastical ruins, but in Spain they remain in all the unsightliness of recent onslaught. (1845)"
  3187.   (1845.8) Ford Handbk. Spain ii. xiii. 967/2 "Mineral therapeuticals still remain a..dead letter. (1845)"
  3188.   (1845.9) G. E. Day tr. Simon's Anim. Chem. I. 293 "The blood remained perfectly fluid and slightly lumpy. (1845)"
  3189.   (1845.10) Hood The United Family xxii, "A ninefold woe remains behind. (1845)"
  3190.   (1845.11) H. Rose in Chem. Gaz., III. 36, "The niobic acid remains colourless. (1845)"
  3191.   (1845.12) J. M. Kemble in Proc. Philol. Soc., II. 136 "These modifications remain, even though the vowel that caused them should have perished by lapse of time. (1845)"
  3192.   (1845.13) J. Phillips Geol. in Encycl. Metrop. VI. 552/1 "[Remains of plants] might be long suspended in the unsettled water, and be transported along with the finer matter. (1845)"
  3193.   (1845.14) J. H. Newman in Encycl. Metrop. 282/1 "The remains of the Pompeian party. (1845)"
  3194.   (1845.15) Knight Old Eng. i. i. 18/2 "Such are the remains which have been called Tolmen; a Tolman being explained to be an immense mass of rock placed aloft on two subjacent rocks which admit of a free passage between them. (1845)"
  3195.   (1845.16) M. Pattison Ess. (1889) I. 28 "A prison..the ruins of which long after, remained on the left bank of the Seine. (1845)"
  3196.   (1845.17) Mrs. S. C. Hall Whiteboy vi, "The rouged, and ornamented, and perfumed remains dressed for the funeral as if for a feast! " (1845)"
  3197.   (1845.18) M. Pattison Ess. (1889) I. 28 "A prison..the ruins of which long after remained on the left bank of the Seine. (1845)"
  3198.   (1845.19) Newman Ess. Developm. 43 "The Conference Connexion remains the representative of the Wesleyan ideas; in its gradual independence and growing substantiveness [etc.]. (1845)"
  3199.   (1845.20) Todd &. Bowman Phys. Anat. I. 39 "Not a particle of caseine..will remain uncoagulated. (1845)"
  3200.   (1845.21) Ecclesiologist IV. 282 "A beautiful sancte-bell cot remains. (1845)"
  3201.   (1845.22) Ecclesiologist IV. 282 "The *cradle roof of the chancel still remains; some of the bosses are very good. (1845)"
  3202.   (1845.23) Williams's Directory of Leeds 46 (Advt.), "One-third of the `*Whole Life' Premium may remain unpaid..as a Debt upon the Policy. (1845)"
  3203.   (1846.1) McCulloch Acc. Brit. Empire (1854) I. 65 "Wealden series, a name given to a series of clays, sands, and limestones, from being well developed in the weald of Sussex, and which is remarkable for containing the remains of terrestrial, freshwater, and &ae.aeig;stuary animals. (1846)"
  3204.   (1846.2) A. Young Naut. Dict. 289 "Spaling, or Baulking, in shipbuilding, means keeping the frames to their proper breadths by cross-spales or baulks, which should so remain till some of the deck beam knees are bolted. (1846)"
  3205.   (1846.3) Brittan tr. Malgaigne's Man. Oper. Surg. 521 "It only remains to incise the prostate and neck of the bladder in withdrawing the lithotome. (1846)"
  3206.   (1846.4) Clarke in Jrnl. R. Agric. Soc. VII. ii. 511 "To rafter or plough-rafter the land..is to plough only one-half of the land, turning the furrow ploughed upon the same breadth of land remaining unploughed throughout the field. (1846)"
  3207.   (1846.5) Ellis Elgin Marbles I. 1 "The remains of antient art at Athens. (1846)"
  3208.   (1846.6) Grote Greece (1869) I. i. 29 "And thus she remained a whole year. (1846)"
  3209.   (1846.7) Grove Corr. Phys. Forces 29 "The glass ceases to be transparent, though remaining translucent. (1846)"
  3210.   (1846.8) Grote Greece II. ii. vii. 572 "The scanty fragments remaining to us of his elegies and anap&ae.aeig;sts. (1846)"
  3211.   (1846.9) Grote Greece i. iv. (1862) I. 76 "The remaining daughters..were given in marriage to the victors in a gymnic contest. (1846)"
  3212.   (1846.10) Greener Sc. Gunnery 12 "It remained thus until the trigger of the cross-bow suggested a contrivance to convey, with equal certainty and greater rapidity, the burning match to the pan. (1846)"
  3213.   (1846.11) J. Baxter Libr. Pract. Agric. (ed. 4) I. 265 "They should never be allowed to remain more than two years in the seed-bed, for in that case they will be completely spoiled. (1846)"
  3214.   (1846.12) J. Baxter Libr. Pract. Agric. (ed. 4) II. 353 "The smaller bone-dust is ground the more effective it is as a manure..on the other hand large or drilled or *inch-bones, as they are called, remain longer in the soil undecomposed, but produce less immediate effect. On these accounts bone-dust is the more valuable manure for turnips, and inch-bones for wheat. (1846)"
  3215.   (1846.13) J. Baxter Libr. Pract. Agric. (ed. 4) I. 50 "Should any soluble salt remain it will be soda. (1846)"
  3216.   (1846.14) Landor Wks. II. 157/2 "For these forty good verses you will pardon, `After forty days' fasting had remained'... Very much like the progress of Milton himself in this jejunery. (1846)"
  3217.   (1846.15) Lewes Hist. Philos. IV. 85 "So long must Berkeley remain unrefuted by any theory of perception. (1846)"
  3218.   (1846.16) Von Mohl Saftbewegungen im Inneren der Zellen in Botan. Zeitung 73 tr. Henfrey (1852) 37 "The remainder of the cell is more or less densely filled with an opake, viscid fluid, of a white colour, having granules intermingled in it, which fluid I call protoplasm. (1846)"
  3219.   (1846.17) W. Hamilton in Reid's Wks. 852/1 "Repulsion..remains, as apparently an actio in distans,..inconceivable as a possibility [for inclusion among the primary qualities of body]. (1846)"
  3220.   (1846.18) De Bow's Commerc. Rev. II. 324 "Fortunately the [sugar] cane is not an annual plant. Each year fresh shoots spring from the stubble which remains after cutting the crop. (1846)"
  3221.   (1846.19) Sylvanus Pedestrian &. other Reminiscences xxiv. 221 "The laying on a `double event', when one of them remains in the bettor's power, having his victim bound in the..chain of certain..loss. (1846)"
  3222.   (1847.1) Ansted Anc. World iv. 62 "The remaining two groups [of Fishes] are called respectively Ctenoid..and Cycloid..from the shape and structure of the scale. (1847)"
  3223.   (1847.2) Craig, "Detruncation, The separation of the trunk of the f&oe.tus from the head, the latter remaining in utero. (1847)"
  3224.   (1847.3) Carpenter Zool. §.514 "In the Proteid&ae.aeig;, or perenni-branchiate Batrachia, the gills remain during the whole of life. (1847)"
  3225.   (1847.4) Disraeli Tancred iv. iv, "The twilight descended over the rocky city,..and its strewn remains of palaces and theatres. (1847)"
  3226.   (1847.5) Eliza Cook Like the Evergreen iii, "It remaineth unseared in the deluge of light. (1847)"
  3227.   (1847.6) Grote Greece (1862) III. xxix. 73 "The little of his poems which remains. (1847)"
  3228.   (1847.7) Gladstone in Morley Life (1903) I. iii. v. 375 "It is a painful decision to come to,..but the only substantive doubt it raises is about remaining in parliament. (1847)"
  3229.   (1847.8) H. Greville Diary (1883) I. 189 "If Guizot remains in office Normanby must be recalled, as the only chance of a renewal of the entente cordiale. (1847)"
  3230.   (1847.9) Hardy in Proc. Berw. Nat. Club II. No. 5. 235 "The remaining five forming an elongate club. (1847)"
  3231.   (1847.10) J. Prestwich in Q. Jrnl. Geol. Soc. III. 357 "Having thus associated the London clay with the Barton beds..the organic remains..were taken as belonging to one and the same deposit. (1847)"
  3232.   (1847.11) J. Y. Akerman (title) "An archaeological index to remains of antiquities of the Celtic, *Romano-British and Anglo-Saxon periods. (1847)"
  3233.   (1847.12) L. Hunt Jar Honey (1848) 190 "In the south this ancient custom still remains in full force. (1847)"
  3234.   (1847.13) Mrs. A. Kerr tr. Ranke's Hist. Servia 317 "Whilst that [fort] remained untaken. (1847)"
  3235.   (1847.14) Mrs. Sherwood Lady of Manor III. xviii. 32 "There is nothing which retards the progress of the Gospel so much as the remaining eruptions of sin among the rulers of the Church. (1847)"
  3236.   (1847.15) Prescott Peru (1850) II. 287 "His remains, rolled in their bloody shroud. (1847)"
  3237.   (1847.16) Prescott Peru (1850) II. 258 "Francisco Pizarro had remained at Lima, anxiously awaiting the arrival of the reinforcements which he had requested. (1847)"
  3238.   (1847.17) Tennyson Princess vi. 153 "Remain Orb'd in your isolation. (1847)"
  3239.   (1847.18) Yeowell Anc. Brit. Church Pref. 7 "The only other remains still extant of Ancient Welsh literature consist of Bruts, or Chronicles. (1847)"
  3240.   (1847.19) Infantry Man. (1854) 40 "After returning ramrods, the whole remain steady. (1847)"
  3241.   (1847.20) Infantry Man. (1854) 30 "Serjeants..will remain steady at Shoulder Arms. (1847)"
  3242.   (1847.21) Pal&ae.aeig;ontographical Society, Laws, 1. "That the Society formed be called the Pal&ae.aeig;ontographical Society, and that it shall have for its objects the illustration and description of British fossil organic remains. (1847)"
  3243.   (1847.22) in J. C. Byrne Twelve Years Wand. Brit. Colonies (1848) II. iii. 86 "This gentleman asked whether the colony was to remain the sink-hole of the empire. (1847)"
  3244.   (1848.1) B. Webb Continent. Ecclesiol. 57 "Remains of..a dedication-cross. (1848)"
  3245.   (1848.2) Bartlett Dict. Amer. s.v. Put, "To stay put, to remain in order; not to be disturbed. A vulgar expression. (1848)"
  3246.   (1848.3) Bartlett Dict. Amer. (1859) 368 "River-Driver, a term applied by lumbermen in Maine, to a man whose business it is to conduct logs down running streams, to prevent them from lodging upon shoals or remaining in eddies. (1848)"
  3247.   (1848.4) Buckley Iliad 17 "But he pined away his great heart, remaining there. (1848)"
  3248.   (1848.5) Buckley Iliad ii. 331 "But come, ye well-greaved Greeks, remain all here. (1848)"
  3249.   (1848.6) B. Webb Cont. Ecclesiol. 484 "The remaining three..have their altars facing due west. (1848)"
  3250.   (1848.7) Craig, "To lie over, to remain unpaid, after the time when payment is due. (1848)"
  3251.   (1848.8) Dickens Dombey lvi, "He remained before him weighing his white hat in both hands by the brim. (1848)"
  3252.   (1848.9) E. Bryant California (1849) xxvi. 291 "The jury..were what is called `hung'; they could not agree, and the matters in issue, therefore, remained exactly where they were. (1848)"
  3253.   (1848.10) Gallenga Italy I. 61 "As long as there remain..inscriptions to decipher, or ruins to unbury. (1848)"
  3254.   (1848.11) Gallenga Italy I. p. xxv, "Thought remained anxious, sleepless, rebellious. (1848)"
  3255.   (1848.12) Layard (title) "Nineveh and its Remains: with an Account of..the Yezidis, or Devil-Worshippers. (1848)"
  3256.   (1848.13) Macaulay Hist. Eng. I. 160 "Fine works of art and curious remains of antiquity, were brutally defaced. (1848)"
  3257.   (1848.14) Macaulay Hist. Eng. II. 550 "She remained with her child, cowering for shelter from the storm under the tower of Lambeth Church. (1848)"
  3258.   (1848.15) Mrs. Jameson Sacr. &. Leg. Art (1850) 347 "Clement VIII ordered that the relics should remain untouched, inviolate. (1848)"
  3259.   (1848.16) Macaulay Hist. Eng. II. 582 "James..remained at Whitehall, fascinated..by the greatness and nearness of the danger, and unequal to the exertion of either struggling or flying. (1848)"
  3260.   (1848.17) S. Rowe Peramb. Dartmoor 47 "Greatly similar..are the *Tracklines, or Boundary Banks, which are invariably observed in connexion with aboriginal dwellings and sepulchral remains. (1848)"
  3261.   (1848.18) Thackeray Van. Fair xlvii, "It forms no part of our scheme to tell what became of the remainder. (1848)"
  3262.   (1848.19) Trollope Kellys &. O'Kellys III. v. 106, "I shan't remain long. If it was to save my life and theirs, I can't get up small talk for the rector and his curate. (1848)"
  3263.   (1848.20) Thackeray Bk. Snobs iv, "The Court Circular remains in full flourish. (1848)"
  3264.   (1848.21) W. H. Bartlett Egypt to Pal. xxiv. (1879) 480 "The satisfaction of the traveller at Nazareth comes from the presence of those natural objects and scenes which alone remain unchanged. (1848)"
  3265.   (1848.22) W. Bartlett Egypt to Pal. x. (1879) 221 "The remaining part of the elevation seemed like a small hill placed upon a terrace. (1848)"
  3266.   (1848.23) W. H. Bartlett Egypt to Pal. xvi. (1879) 335 "Already we had fallen into the region of ancient remains. (1848)"
  3267.   (1848.24) Wharton Law Lex., "Executed Contract, is where nothing remains to be done by either party. (1848)"
  3268.   (1848.25) Art Union Jrnl. Feb. 49 "It is placed in a galvano&dubh.plastic apparatus, in which it remains till it is galvano&dubh.plastically covered. (1848)"
  3269.   (1848.26) Jrnl. Brit. Archaeol. Assoc. Apr. 2 "The Samian ware is found throughout this country almost wherever Roman remains are met with. (1848)"
  3270.   (1848.27) Jrnl. R. Agric. Soc. IX. ii. 555 "It is not..necessary for the hop-tiers to wait until there are three bines for every pole long enough to tie, that is, for the hills to furnish, as they term it..When every pole furnished with three bines pull the remainder out of the hills. (1848)"
  3271.   (1848.28) Punch XIV. 149 "Let M. Galignani rejoice; and let his Bibliothè.que..still remain the greatest literary `fence' in Europe. (1848)"
  3272.   (1848.29) in `F. Forester' Field Sports II. 326 "The gobblers continued yelping in answer to the female, which all this time remained on the fence. (1848)"
  3273.   (1848.30) tr. Hoffmeister's Trav. Ceylon, etc. vii. 244 "We remained for several days, on account of a tiger&dubh.hunt. (1848)"
  3274.   (1849.1) A. De Morgan in Trans. Cambridge Philos. Soc. VIII. 380 "By not dwelling upon this power of making what we may properly (inventing a new technical name) call the universe of a proposition, or of a name, matter of express definition, all rules remaining the same, writers on logic deprive themselves of much useful illustrations. (1849)"
  3275.   (1849.2) Balfour Man. Bot. §.578 "Sometimes the secundine remains distinct in the seed, forming what has been called a mesosperm. (1849)"
  3276.   (1849.3) Balfour Man. Bot. §.647 "In Trop&ae.aeig;olum pentaphyllum..there are three petals suppressed, as shown by the position of the two remaining ones; there are two rows of stamens, in each of which one is awanting, and there are two carpels suppressed. (1849)"
  3277.   (1849.4) D. Campbell Inorg. Chem. 221 "When the protochloride of uranium is carefully heated, so as not to volatilize it,..this compound remains. (1849)"
  3278.   (1849.5) D. Campbell Inorg. Chem. 49 "Sometimes there is a very small quantity of undecomposed matter remaining undissolved. (1849)"
  3279.   (1849.6) D. J. Browne Amer. Poultry Yard (1855) 89 "The ends of the nest box may be shifted, so that she will be in the sitting room, where she may remain..till she hatches her brood. (1849)"
  3280.   (1849.7) Dana Geol. ix. (1850) 494 "The rarity of Crinoidal remains. (1849)"
  3281.   (1849.8) Grote Greece ii. xlvii. (1862) IV. 170 "Samos remained..unfortified, deprived of its fleet. (1849)"
  3282.   (1849.9) Grote Hist. Greece ii. lxii. (1862) V. 374 "Nothing is covenanted as to any remainder. (1849)"
  3283.   (1849.10) Grote Greece ii. xxxviii. V. 34 "After whom, with an interval of two furlongs, the remaining host followed pell&dubh.mell. (1849)"
  3284.   (1849.11) H. Coleridge Ess. (1851) I. 70 "Now nothing remains to be discovered but the sandy deserts of Central Africa, and the inaccessible ice-rocks of the North Pole. (1849)"
  3285.   (1849.12) Herschel Outl. Astron. 590 "This displacement, however, is..uncognizable by any ph&ae.aeig;nomenon, so long as the solar motion remains invariable. (1849)"
  3286.   (1849.13) Hanna Mem. Chalmers I. ii. 42 "The manuscript volumes..still remain to testify his diligence. (1849)"
  3287.   (1849.14) J. Pritts Mirr. Border Life 460, "I remained in that situation till corn planting time. (1849)"
  3288.   (1849.15) L. Hunt Bk. for Corner I. 14 "There are Robinson Crusoes in the moral as well as physical world..;-men, cast on desert islands of thought and speculation; without companionship; without worldly resources; forced to arm and clothe themselves out of the remains of shipwrecked hopes, and to make a home for their solitary hearts in the nooks and corners of imagination and reading. (1849)"
  3289.   (1849.16) Lowell Lett. I. 167, "I remain very sincerely (and dilatorily) Your friend. (1849)"
  3290.   (1849.17) Murchison Siluria viii. 183 "These deposits..are necessarily sterile in organic remains. (1849)"
  3291.   (1849.18) Macaulay Hist. Eng. II. 557 "If he refuses to govern us at all, we are not bound to remain..without a government. (1849)"
  3292.   (1849.19) Macaulay Hist. Eng. v. I. 629 "Her family reared a sumptuous mausoleum over her remains. (1849)"
  3293.   (1849.20) Macaulay Hist. Eng. i. (1874) 4 "No magnificent remains of Latian porches..are to be found in Britain. (1849)"
  3294.   (1849.21) Macaulay Hist. Eng. vi. II. 89 "The substantive law remained; but it remained unaccompanied by any formidable sanction or by any efficient system of procedure. (1849)"
  3295.   (1849.22) Murchison Siluria ii. 30 "Much younger rocks replete with organic remains. (1849)"
  3296.   (1849.23) Macaulay Hist. Eng. I. v. 628 "Hard by the remains of Monmouth were laid the remains of Jeffreys. (1849)"
  3297.   (1849.24) Macaulay Hist. Eng. II. 253 "Political friends thought it best..that he should remain in the background. (1849)"
  3298.   (1849.25) Murchison Siluria vii. 138 "The fish-remains are chiefly those of the minute *Shagreen scales. (1849)"
  3299.   (1849.26) Murchison Siluria iii. 45 "Sandstone in which no other remains but fucoids have been detected. (1849)"
  3300.   (1849.27) Mill Ess. (1859) II. 335 "Justice..demand[s] that these unmerited attacks should not remain *unprotested against. (1849)"
  3301.   (1849.28) Macaulay Hist. Eng. viii. II. 268 "In that princely house where the remains of Ignatius Loyola lie enshrined in lazulite and gold. (1849)"
  3302.   (1849.29) Macaulay Hist. Eng. v. I. 608 "The wains which carried the ammunition remained at the entrance of the moor. (1849)"
  3303.   (1849.30) Macaulay Hist. Eng. v. I. 660 "The King read, and remained, according to the saying of Churchill, hard as the marble chimney-pieces of Whitehall. (1849)"
  3304.   (1849.31) Macaulay Hist. Eng. v. I. 634 "A poor man whose loyalty was suspected..was compelled to ransom his own life by seething the remains of his friends in pitch. (1849)"
  3305.   (1849.32) Poe Loss of Breath Wks. 1864 IV. 308 "His extreme infirmity..had obtained him the privilege of remaining unmanacled. (1849)"
  3306.   (1849.33) Poe E. B. Browning Wks. 1865 III. 404 "The reader will suffer the most valuable ore to remain unmined to all eternity, before [etc.]. (1849)"
  3307.   (1849.34) Rock Ch. of Fathers II. 138 note, "The mosaiced apse belonging to one of those large halls built in the Lateran palace, at Rome, by Leo III..still remains. (1849)"
  3308.   (1849.35) Hahnemann's Organon Introd. 28 "However..he may affect to be a hom&oe.opathist, [he] is and will always remain a generalizing all&oe.opathist. (1849)"
  3309.   (1849.36) Jrnl. R. Agric. Soc. X. i. 178 "The gleans [of hemp] are lifted on to the ground, and form a couch..If suffered to remain longer in the couch it heats and rots. (1849)"
  3310.   (1849.37) Weale's Dict. Terms, "Scraper, a piece of iron used to take out the pulverized matter which remains in a hole when bored previous to blasting. (1849)"
  3311.   (1849-52.1) Todd's Cycl. Anat. IV. 857/1 "There remains a large class of pure sapors, of which we take cognizance without the assistance of smell, and which are altogether dissimilar to any tactile impressions: such as the bitter of quinine. (1849-"
  3312.   (1850.1) Grote Greece lxvi. VI. 17 "Lysias..passed the remainder of his life as an Isoteles, or non-freeman on the best condition. (1850)"
  3313.   (1850.2) Browning Christmas-Eve iv, "Truth remains true, the fault's in the prover. (1850)"
  3314.   (1850.3) Blackie &Ae.AElig;schylus I. Pref. 22 "The word, transmitted from age to age, and itinerant from East to West, remains. (1850)"
  3315.   (1850.4) C. R. Smith Antiq. Richborough 31 "The remains of the castrum at Richborough. (1850)"
  3316.   (1850.5) Emerson Yng. Amer. ibid. II. 306 "There still remains an organic simplicity and liberty, which..redresses itself. (1850)"
  3317.   (1850.6) Grote Greece ii. lv. (1862) V. 2 "Though the peace was sworn,..the most powerful members of the Spartan confederacy remained all recusant. (1850)"
  3318.   (1850.7) Grote Greece ii. lxii. VIII. 36 "The remaining five to oligarchise the dependent allies. (1850)"
  3319.   (1850.8) Gladstone Homer II. ii. 153 "Latona..remains all alone without any meaning or purpose intrinsic to herself. (1850)"
  3320.   (1850.9) Grote Greece ii. lxiv. VIII. 253 "The duty remained unexecuted, and the seamen..were left to perish unassisted. (1850)"
  3321.   (1850.10) Grote Greece ii. lix. (1862) V. 213 "Extensive catacombs yet remain to mark the length of time during which this ancient Nekropolis served its purpose. (1850)"
  3322.   (1850.11) J. Struthers Autobiog. Poet. Wks. I. 38 "The remaining five were all regularly bred crafts. (1850)"
  3323.   (1850.12) J. C. Calhoun Wks. (1863) I. 147 "It must..remain unsurrendered and unimpaired in the people of the several States. (1850)"
  3324.   (1850.13) Kingsley Alt. Locke i, "He drained the remaining drops of the three-pennyworth of cream. (1850)"
  3325.   (1850.14) Lyell 2nd Visit U.S. II. 197 "The fossil remains of the mammoth (a name commonly applied in the United States to the mastodon). (1850)"
  3326.   (1850.15) Leitch Mü.ller's Anc. Art §.345. 412 "The isolated statue was historically developed from the pillar; the Herma remained as an intermediate step, inasmuch as it placed a human head on a pillar having the proportions of the human form. (1850)"
  3327.   (1850.16) Mrs. Carlyle Lett. (1883) II. 125 "The new `Copperfield'..to this hour remains uncut. (1850)"
  3328.   (1850.17) Prescott Peru II. 200 "The remainder of his forces when mustered were to follow him. (1850)"
  3329.   (1850.18) Prescott Peru II. 298 "He..put in at one of the Azores, where he remained until he could communicate with home. (1850)"
  3330.   (1850.19) Thackeray Pendennis xxx[i], "Poor Cos's ditty..was sung but to a few admirers, who might choose to remain after the tremendous resurrectionist chant. (1850)"
  3331.   (1850.20) Tennyson In Mem. xxxi, "The rest remaineth unreveal'd; He told it not. (1850)"
  3332.   (1850.21) Tennyson In Mem. vi. 1 "One writes, that `Other friends remain'. (1850)"
  3333.   (1850.22) Thackeray Pendennis xlvii, "So Pen..asked about the undertaking business and how many mutes went down with Lady Estrich's remains. (1850)"
  3334.   (1850.23) Whately Elem. Logic (ed. 9) iii. §.3 "The remaining class (viz. where the Conclusion does follow from the Premises) may be called the Material, or Non-logical Fallacies. (1850)"
  3335.   (1850.24) W. B. Clarke Wreck of Favorite 39 "After the..blubber, whalebone, and jaw-bones are removed,..the remaining part, called `the kreng', is left to become the food of sharks and birds. (1850)"
  3336.   (1850.25) Arab. Nts. (Rtldg.) 527 "His father continually chastised him, yet still Aladdin remained incorrigible. (1850)"
  3337.   (1850.26) Bohn's Hand-bk. Games 337 "Hockly, a Certainty, signifies the last card but one, the chance of which the banker claims, and may refuse to let any punter withdraw a card when eight or less remain to be dealt. (1850)"
  3338.   (1850.27) Bohn's Handbk. Games 327 (Lottery), "One of them [dealers] deals a card to each player; all these cards are to remain turned, and are called the lots. (1850)"
  3339.   (1850.28) Househ. Words 3 Aug. 434/1 "The Rockvilles remained high, proud, bigotted, and born&eacu.. (1850)"
  3340.   (1850.29) Jrnl. R. Agric. Soc. XI. ii. 430 "The crop being well grown, it only remains to feed it well off. (1850)"
  3341.   (1850.30) Rudim. Navig. (Weale) 128 "Laps, the remaining part of the ends of carlings, &.c. which are to bear a great weight or pressure, such as the capstan-step. (1850)"
  3342.   (1851.1) Carlyle Sterling ii. vi. (1872) 138 "We need not dwell at too much length on the foreign journeys, disanchorings, and nomadic vicissitudes of household, which occupy his few remaining years. (1851)"
  3343.   (1851.2) D. Wilson Preh. Ann. iv. vii. 644 "The geologist, without seeking to reanimate these extinct vertebrata, learns much regarding the past from..their colossal remains. (1851)"
  3344.   (1851.3) D. Wilson Arch&ae.aeig;ol. &. Preh. Ann. Scotl. i. i. 22 "Extensive discoveries of mammalian remains. (1851)"
  3345.   (1851.4) D. Wilson Preh. Ann. (1863) I. ii. 49 "The cetacean remains lay above the highest tide level. (1851)"
  3346.   (1851.5) F. Starr 20 Yrs. of Trav.'s Life xiii. 143 "The remaining shaft..broke off short, and that which when we started was a gig, was now a back stop for horses' heels. (1851)"
  3347.   (1851.6) H. Melville Whale II. 59 "What little nappishness remained in us altogether departed. (1851)"
  3348.   (1851.7) H. Melville Whale xxxiii. 161 "That certain sultanism of his brain, which had otherwise in a good degree remained unmanifested. (1851)"
  3349.   (1851.8) Mayne Reid Scalp Hunt. xxvi, "Those who remain cut the [buffalo] meat into long thin strips, and hang it over the lines already prepared for this purpose. It is thus left to be baked by the sun into `tasajo'. (1851)"
  3350.   (1851.9) Mayhew Lond. Labour 34/1 "The back and the remainder of the front having been used for refooting boots. (1851)"
  3351.   (1851.10) Mrs. Browning Casa Guidi Wind. ii. 117 "The people rose up in the dust.., and shouted..`Live the People,' who remained and must, The unrenounced and unrenounceable. (1851)"
  3352.   (1851.11) Mayhew Lond. Labour III. 24 "Beggars..who `stand pad with a fakement' [remain stationary, holding a written placard]. (1851)"
  3353.   (1851.12) Mayhew Lond. Labour II. 250/2 "The men..are about three-fifths Irishmen, a fifth Welchmen,..and the remainder Englishmen. (1851)"
  3354.   (1851.13) Richardson Geol. viii. 208 "The preservation of the generic and specific characters of fossil remains varies in different strata. (1851)"
  3355.   (1851.14) Ruskin Stones Ven. I. xxi. §.xx, "The fluting and fifeing expire, the drumming remains. (1851)"
  3356.   (1851.15) Sylvester in Philos. Mag. Nov., "The remaining coefficients are the two well-known hyperdeterminants, or, as I propose henceforth to call them, the two Invariants of the form ax4 + 4bx3y + 6cx2y2 + 4dxy3 + ey4. (1851)"
  3357.   (1851.16) Turner Dom. Archit. I. vi. 305 "There are still some remains of good distemper diaper on the walls. (1851)"
  3358.   (1851.17) Wolff Pict. Spanish Life vi. 176 "Remaining a `square party',..we all four embarked in the little boat. (1851)"
  3359.   (1851.18) Woodward Mollusca 11 "The sedentary tribes settle in the place they intend to occupy during the remainder of their lives. (1851)"
  3360.   (1851.19) 2nd Rep. Relief of Destit. Highlands 1850, 42 "The crofting system was first introduced, by the arable part of the small farms previously held in common being divided among the joint tenants in separate crofts, the pasture remaining in common. (1851)"
  3361.   (1851.20) Dict. Archit., "*Hart's Black, that substance remaining..after the spirits, volatile salt and oil, have been extracted from hartshorn..when..levigated it answers the purpose of painters nearly as well as ivory black. (1851)"
  3362.   (1851.21) Household Words 25 Jan. 423, "I [a bad shilling] remained to be `smashed' (passed) by my master. (1851)"
  3363.   (1851.22) Illustr. Catal. Gt. Exhib. 278 "The long fibres called line, which remains in the hand of the heckler. (1851)"
  3364.   (1851.23) Illustr. Catal. Gt. Exhib. 162 "In the reign of King John, the mines [were] principally in the hands of the Jews..remains of furnaces, called *Jews' houses, have been discovered, and small blocks of tin, known as Jews' tin, have..been found in the mining localities. (1851)"
  3365.   (1851.24) Jrnl. R. Agric. Soc. XII. ii. 314 "Others [Fens] termed `ings', belonging to various towns, yet remain (at particular seasons) in a wet condition. (1851)"
  3366.   (1851.25) London as it is To-day i. (1855) 9 "At [the] extremity [of Fleet St.], separating the cities of London and Westminster, stands Temple Bar, the only one of the city boundaries now remaining. (1851)"
  3367.   (1851.26) Offic. Catal. Gt. Exhib. I. 229 " For the purpose of dressing the remaining sand off it [a casting]. (1851)"
  3368.   (1852.1) B. Price Infinites. Calc. I. xiii. 409 "If an equation to a curve be given, involving one or more constants, as well as the current coordinates, the position and dimensions of the curve will be changed by a change in the constants, and yet the class may remain the same... A constant that enters into an equation, and varies in the way above explained, is called a variable parameter. (1852)"
  3369.   (1852.2) Bristed Five Yrs. Eng. Univ. (ed. 2) 253 "Of the remainder, five were Wranglers, four of these Double men, and a fifth a favorite for the Wedge... The last man is called the Wedge, corresponding to the Spoon in Mathematics. (1852)"
  3370.   (1852.3) Clough Poems, etc. (1869) I. 348 "In the prostration to ancient tenets and habits the old character remains upright, unoverthrown and unsubdued. (1852)"
  3371.   (1852.4) Earp Gold Col. 98 "The remaining mode of occupying land in New South Wales is to `squat', i.e. to lease a large tract from the Government for purposes purely pastoral. (1852)"
  3372.   (1852.5) Gilfillan Martyrs Sc. Covenant vii. 132 "One of the vast creatures of the bygone chaos-the magnificent miscreations of Geology, interesting..as a fossil remain. (1852)"
  3373.   (1852.6) James Pequinillo III. 125 "`I hope my blood will remain und--d,' replied Doctor Pequinillo. (1852)"
  3374.   (1852.7) Mrs. Stowe Uncle Tom's C. xv, "Thus ended..the ideal of life for Augustine St. Clare. But the real remained. (1852)"
  3375.   (1852.8) Mundy Antipodes (1858) ix. 215 "Bunyip became, and remains a Sydney synonyme for impostor, pretender, humbug, and the like. (1852)"
  3376.   (1852.9) M. Arnold Human Life 17 "We rush by coasts where we had lief remain. (1852)"
  3377.   (1852.10) Mundy Antipodes (1857) 35 "The old *soldier-robber remaining doggedly at bay. (1852)"
  3378.   (1852.11) Sir H. Douglas Milit. Bridges (ed. 3) 377 "There remains a balance of strength in favour of the bridge. (1852)"
  3379.   (1852.12) Thackeray Esmond xi, "So my Lord Castlewood remained a nonjuror all his life nearly. (1852)"
  3380.   (1852.13) W. Gregory Handbk. Org. Chem. 417 "Tekoretine, Phylloretine, *Xyloretine, and Boloretine, are the names of four resinous compounds, found in the peat of Denmark, on the remains of pine-trees. (1852)"
  3381.   (1852.14) Tait's Mag. XIX. 346 "Esther yet remains single, and governesses her brother's rising family. (1852)"
  3382.   (1853.1) Abp. Thomson Laws Th. (ed. 3) 61 "When the breath is exhaled the spirit remains immortal. (1853)"
  3383.   (1853.2) A. H. Clough Lett. &. Rem. (1865) 263 "The Commons are off grousewards, and scarcely anyone remains to ask one to dinner or anything else. (1853)"
  3384.   (1853.3) Clough Poems, etc. (1869) I. 396 "How that first of English prosaists was inspired with them [poetic lines], remains a problem. (1853)"
  3385.   (1853.4) Dickens Bleak Ho. lxiii, "You must make up your mind to remain unscratched [sc. out of a will]. (1853)"
  3386.   (1853.5) Dickens Bleak Ho. iv, "I still remained before the fire, wondering and wondering about Bleak House. (1853)"
  3387.   (1853.6) E. K. Kane Grinnell Exp. xxiv. (1856) 194 "A large cape and several smaller headlands were seen,..all on the western side. They remain unchristened. (1853)"
  3388.   (1853.7) Humphreys Coin-coll. Man. xxii. (1876) 301 "The copper [coinage] remained under the surveillance of the Senate. (1853)"
  3389.   (1853.8) Kane Grinnell Exp. xxxii. (1856) 277 "The brig remains as she was-her nose burrowing in the snow. (1853)"
  3390.   (1853.9) Kane Grinnell Exp. xxxv. (1856) 321, "I observed one spot where the banking remained. (1853)"
  3391.   (1853.10) Lyell Princ. Geol. vi. (ed. 9) 80 "The carcass of a rhinoceros..taken from the sand in which it must have remained congealed for ages. (1853)"
  3392.   (1853.11) Lytton My Novel x. xiii, "How far his reasonings and patience served to his ends, remains yet to be seen. (1853)"
  3393.   (1853.12) L. Pasteur in Chem. Gaz. 1 Sept. 323 "The latter [body]..resists isomeric transformation, and remaining without alteration in the quinicine, gives this its feeble deviation to the right. The other group, which..is very active, becomes inactive when the quinine is heated so as to become converted into quinicine; so that quinicine is nothing but quinine in which one of the active constituent groups has become inactive. (1853)"
  3394.   (1853.13) Mrs. Gaskell Cranford iii. 51 "The state of the remainder wine was examined into in a *family council. (1853)"
  3395.   (1853.14) Mrs. Gaskell Ruth III. viii. 230 "Leonard's remaining such a home-bird..with such a mother..will do him no harm. (1853)"
  3396.   (1853.15) Mrs. Gaskell Cranford xv. 228 "Miss Matty would be perplexed as to her duty if she were aware of any little reserve-fund being made for her while the debts of the bank remained unpaid. (1853)"
  3397.   (1853.16) Phillips Rivers of Yorksh. iii. 104 "The only remaining affluent of importance on its northern banks, viz. the river Hull. (1853)"
  3398.   (1853.17) Ruskin Stones Ven. II. iii. §.10 "The irritated pride of the antagonists remained unsoothed by the love-feast of St. Stephen's day. (1853)"
  3399.   (1853.18) Robertson Serm. Ser. ii. vii. 101 "Was there..something behindhand of Christ's sufferings remaining uncompleted?" (1853)"
  3400.   (1853.19) Sir J. Herschel Pop. Lect. Sc. iii. (1873) 133 "The comet remained long..visible as a circumpolar object. (1853)"
  3401.   (1853.20) Soyer Pantroph. 100 "Stir this mixture..for three days or more, then let it remain for some time. (1853)"
  3402.   (1853.21) Soyer Pantroph. 187 "Let it remain in salt during twenty-four hours. (1853)"
  3403.   (1853.22) Sir W. Thomson in Philos. Mag. Ser. iv. V. 288 note, "The potential at any point in the neighbourhood of or within a charged body is the quantity of work that would be required to bring a unit of positive electricity from an infinite distance to that point if the given distribution of electricity remained unaltered. (1853)"
  3404.   (1853.23) Stocqueler Milit. Encycl. 215 "Inlying Piquets, detachments told off to remain in camp, but fully accoutred, and ready to turn out instantly on alarm. (1853)"
  3405.   (1853.24) Stocqueler Mil. Dict. s.v., "In another sense, the `honours of war' signifyeth compliments which are paid to great personages, military characters, etc., when they appear before any armed body of men; or such as are given to the remains of a deceased officer.-Military Honours, are salutations to crowned heads and officers of rank, by dropping colours and standards, officers saluting, bands playing, artillery discharging salvoes, etc. (1853)"
  3406.   (1853.25) Soyer Pantroph. 380 "Another custom..was that of warming the remains of a preceding banquet for other guests. (1853)"
  3407.   (1853.26) Tennyson in Mem. J. Nichol (1896) 121 "Renewing my thanks to all,-I remain, my dear Sir, yours obligedly, A. Tennyson. (1853)"
  3408.   (1853.27) Ure Dict. Arts I. 98 "When the lead is wasted to a certain degree, a very thin film of it only remains on the silver, which causes the iridescent appearance, like the colours of soap-bubbles; a phenomenon, called by the old chemists, fulguration. (1853)"
  3409.   (1853.28) Q. Jrnl. Geol. Soc. IX. 25 "The `Gedinnian system' must be entirely separated from the Rhenane series with which..it has no organic remains in common. (1853)"
  3410.   (1853.29) Q. Jrnl. Geol. Soc., 25 "The `Gedinnian system' must be entirely separated from the Rhenane series, with which..it has no organic remains in common. (1853)"
  3411.   (1854.1) Abbott Napoleon (1855) II. xxxv. 655 "The frigate charged with the mortal remains of Napoleon. (1854)"
  3412.   (1854.2) D. G. Rossetti Let. c 26 June (1965) I. 203 "The rest he put into a sale at Christie's, after taking my advice as to the reserve he ought to put on the Hunt, which I fixed at 500 gs. It reached 300 in real biddings, after which Mac's touters ran it up to 430, trying to revive it, but of course it remains with him. (1854)"
  3413.   (1854.3) E. Forbes Opening Disc. in Nat. H. Chair in Wilson &. Geikie Life xv. (1861) 554 "None who remained constant to the beautiful studies of his *pupilhood. (1854)"
  3414.   (1854.4) H. Miller Sch. &. Schm. i. (1857) 9 "For a man who had often looked death in the face, he had remained nicely tender of human life. (1854)"
  3415.   (1854.5) H. Miller Sch. &. Schm. iii. (1857) 50, "I remained simply a fictitious or paper cock-fighter. (1854)"
  3416.   (1854.6) H. Miller Footpr. Creat. iii. (1874) 23 "Remains of a large cuirassed fish. (1854)"
  3417.   (1854.7) J. S. C. Abbott Napoleon (1855) I. xxiv. 391 "That civil code..will remain an ever-during monument of his labors. (1854)"
  3418.   (1854.8) J. Scoffern in Orr's Circ. Sc. Chem. 508 "Dichloride of gold remains. (1854)"
  3419.   (1854.9) J. S. C. Abbott Napoleon (1855) II. i. 31 "They slumbered away their remaining years in idleness. (1854)"
  3420.   (1854.10) Milman Lat. Chr. (1864) II. 173 "Mohammed remains..an historic problem: his character, his motives, his designs, are all equally obscure. (1854)"
  3421.   (1854.11) Newman Hist. Sk. (1876) I. i. iv. 173 "Barbarian minds remain in the circle of ideas which sufficed their forefathers. (1854)"
  3422.   (1854.12) Owen in Orr's Circ. Sci., Org. Nat. I. 190 "The suprascapular plate remains long cartilaginous, and always partly so. (1854)"
  3423.   (1854.13) Pereira Polarized Light 132 "On rotating the film (the analyzer and polarizer remaining still), a brilliant colour is perceived at every quadrant of a circle, but in intermediate positions it vanishes altogether..so that when the film alone is revolved one colour only is seen, but when the analyzer alone is revolved, two colours are seen. (1854)"
  3424.   (1854.14) P. Fairbairn Typol. Script. (1857) II. iii. vii. 189 "The nomothetical authority of the Mosiac law is abolished, but its didactical authority remains. (1854)"
  3425.   (1854.15) Ronalds &. Richardson Chem. Technol. (ed. 2) I. 107 "The oxide of iron which remains in the coke forms with the siliciate a slag or scar when the carbon is consumed. (1854)"
  3426.   (1854.16) Ronalds &. Richardson Chem. Technol. (ed. 2) I. 292 "The short pipes v are consequently allowed to project about that much above the level of the plate, while their lower extremities dip into shallow cups which remain filled with liquid. (1854)"
  3427.   (1854.17) Scoffern in Orr's Circ. Sc., Chem. 507 "Whilst any lead..remains to be removed. (1854)"
  3428.   (1854.18) T. Aufrecht in C. Bunsen Christianity &. Mankind III. 93 "The vowels have..been well preserved... The final consonants in the flexions have remained. The vocalism and consonantism stand in good organic relation to each other. (1854)"
  3429.   (1854.19) T. T. Lynch Lett. to Scattered etc. (1872) 383 "The stoniness of his own heart may remain. (1854)"
  3430.   (1854.20) Thackeray Newcomes I. 90 "There was never a card in her window, whilst those ensigns in her neighbours' houses would remain exposed..for months together. (1854)"
  3431.   (1854.21) Tomlinson Arago's Astron. 17 "They had remarked that, amidst the general movement of the sphere, one of the stars of the Lesser Bear appeared always to remain in the same position. (1854)"
  3432.   (1854.22) Woodward Mollusca 286 "Specimens frequently occur in which the outer shell layer is preserved, whilst the inner is wanting, and the mould (`birostrites') remains loose in the centre. (1854)"
  3433.   (1854.23) W. Osburn Mon. Hist. Egypt II. ii. 55 "Fragments on which the remains of hieroglyphics were yet traceable. (1854)"
  3434.   (1854.24) Cherubini's Counterpoint 11 "It now remains to be demonstrated how and why the Tritone is a false relation in harmony. (1854)"
  3435.   (1854.25) Gowans' (115 Nassau St., N.Y.) Catal. No. 13. 6 "Remainders of editions by other publishers. (1854)"
  3436.   (1854.26) Jrnl. R. Agric. Soc. XV. ii. 412 "The remaining 40 [acres] in *cowlease ground, home crofts, paddock and homestead. (1854)"
  3437.   (1854.27) in Willis &. Clark Cambridge (1886) III. 168 "The Museum, and *Lecture-Theatre remain as at present. (1854)"
  3438.   (1855.1) Brewster Newton I. iii. 42 "Subducting the diameter of the hole from the length and breadth of the image, there remains 13 inches in the length and 238 inches in the breadth. (1855)"
  3439.   (1855.2) Browning Love among Ruins iv, "The single little turret that remains On the plains, By the caper overrooted, by the gourd Overscored. (1855)"
  3440.   (1855.3) Dickens Dorrit ii. vii, "The rugged remains of temples and tombs and palaces and senate halls and theatres. (1855)"
  3441.   (1855.4) E. Waugh Lanc. Life (1857) 33 "The last sylvan stronghold of the fairies; where they would remain impregnable, haunting wild `thrutches' and sylvan `chapels', in lonely deeps of its cloughs and woods. (1855)"
  3442.   (1855.5) E. Forbes Lit. Papers vii. 190 "He remains too long in the thick and stuffy atmosphere of town clubs and libraries. (1855)"
  3443.   (1855.6) Hardwich Man. Photogr. Chem. 173 "It is always necessary to print the picture some shades darker than it is intended to remain. (1855)"
  3444.   (1855.7) J. Hewitt Anc. Armour I. 78 "The shields placed in the graves were the ordinary `lindens', of which no part commonly remains but the metal-boss and handle. (1855)"
  3445.   (1855.8) Kingsley Glaucus 140 "Its remaining fresh argued that the coralline had reoxygenated it from time to time. (1855)"
  3446.   (1855.9) Liddell Hist. Rome I. i. iii. 56 "A person who once belonged either to a Romulian Tribe of birth or a Servian Tribe of place, always remained a member of that Tribe. (1855)"
  3447.   (1855.10) Lorenz tr. Van der Keessel's Select Theses dccclxxiv, "How can the hypothecary action against the same debtor remain for a period of forty years? " (1855)"
  3448.   (1855.11) Mrs. Gore Mammon I. 7 "Their estates have been morselled out; while ours remain intact. (1855)"
  3449.   (1855.12) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xix. IV. 315 "The valuation made in 1692 has remained unaltered down to our own time. (1855)"
  3450.   (1855.13) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xii. III. 228 "The line of posts which surrounded Londonderry by land remained unbroken. (1855)"
  3451.   (1855.14) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xvii. IV. 93 "The obscurity enabled Sarsfield, with a few squadrons which still remained unbroken, to cover the retreat. (1855)"
  3452.   (1855.15) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xiii. III. 329 "Half the sum was raised,..and Dundee is said to have passed his word for the remainder. (1855)"
  3453.   (1855.16) Mayne Expos. Lex., "Hypogeus, applied to certain cotyledons which..remain below the ground during germination: hypogean. (1855)"
  3454.   (1855.17) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xii. III. 170 "The few Protestants who remained in that part of the country joined in greeting him, and perhaps not insincerely. (1855)"
  3455.   (1855.18) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xiii. III. 327 "Here he might possibly have remained unharmed and harmless, had not an event..made his enemies implacable. (1855)"
  3456.   (1855.19) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xviii. IV. 242 "The remains of Hastings and Carter were brought on shore with every mark of honour. (1855)"
  3457.   (1855.20) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xv. III. 605 "The other councillors stared, but remained silent. (1855)"
  3458.   (1855.21) Macaulay Hist. Eng. IV. 251 "He remained there in easy confinement. (1855)"
  3459.   (1855.22) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xvii. IV. 71 "The shop&dubh.keepers..stole away with the remains of their stocks to the English territory. (1855)"
  3460.   (1855.23) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xv. III. 596 "A treason, the consciousness of which threw a dark shade over all his remaining years. (1855)"
  3461.   (1855.24) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xiv. III. 422 "The massy remains of the old Norman castle. (1855)"
  3462.   (1855.25) Macaulay Hist. Eng. III. xv. 558 "The expenses of the royal household are now entirely separated from the expenses of the civil government; but by a whimsical perversion, the name of Civil List has remained attached to..the revenue..appropriated to the expenses of the Royal Household. (1855)"
  3463.   (1855.26) Owen Skel. &. Teeth 296 "The species restored by Cuvier from fossil remains..The great comparative anatomist called it anoplotherium. (1855)"
  3464.   (1855.27) Owen Skel. &. Teeth 34 "The acoustic capsule remains in great part cartilaginous. (1855)"
  3465.   (1855.28) Owen Comp. Anat. Invertebr. (ed. 2) 673 "*Germ-yolk, that portion of the primary yolk of the egg which is assimilated by the germ-cells in the formation of the germ-mass. In some animals the whole yolk is so assimilated, in others (sepia e.g.) only a small portion, the remainder being the `food-yolk', and absorbed by the future embryo or young animal. (1855)"
  3466.   (1855.29) Pusey Doctr. Real Presence Note A. 31 "The remaining, then, of the `elements in their natural substances' was an open question. (1855)"
  3467.   (1855.30) Pusey Doctr. Real Presence Note A. 5 "What those to whom he imputes `impanation' and `invination' really held, was that the Body and Blood of Christ was present `under the form of bread and wine', these `remaining in their natural substances'. (1855)"
  3468.   (1855.31) Prescott Philip II, I. ii. i. 154 "The work of the reformer was never accomplished so long as anything remained to reform. (1855)"
  3469.   (1855.32) Pusey Doctr. Real Presence Note Q. 257 "The bread still remains in its own substance; yet so that the whole proposition should be understood, not as actually, but transitively. `This is my Body', i.e. passes into the body, or from this becomes the body. (1855)"
  3470.   (1855.33) Prescott Philip II, I. iii. v. 370 "His bloody head was set up opposite to that of his fellow-sufferer. For three hours these ghastly trophies remained exposed. (1855)"
  3471.   (1855.34) Singleton Virgil II. 6 "We My godlike sire's remains and bones inhearsed In earth. (1855)"
  3472.   (1855.35) Stephens Bk. Farm (ed. 2) II. 575/2 "The remainder should be placed on the ditch lip on the headridge. (1855)"
  3473.   (1855.36) Singleton Virgil II. 402 "He undismayed remains, His high-souled foe awaiting. (1855)"
  3474.   (1855.37) Singleton Virgil I. 400 "Their very existence would have remained unknown, except for the geologist and the fossil. (1855)"
  3475.   (1855.38) T. R. Jones Anim. Kingd. (ed. 2) 136 "While the segments of the Strobile remain conjoined, they seem to enjoy a complete community of life and of movement. (1855)"
  3476.   (1855.39) Tennyson Brook 191 "Poor Philip, of all his lavish waste of words Remains the lean P. W. on his tomb. (1855)"
  3477.   (1855.40) W. Chappell Popular Music I. 309 "However unobjectionable this song may have been in Queen Mary's time, the three remaining stanzas would not be very courteously received in Queen Victoria's. Tempora mutantur. (1855)"
  3478.   (1855.41) Cornwall 25 "Locust-like, they had devoured the edibles, and left us remains which were neither tender nor tempting. (1855)"
  3479.   (1855.42) Orr's Circ. Sci., Elem. Chem. 217 "One half of the instrument [i.e. the electrophorus]-to which the term `sole' has been given-is now prepared, and it only remains to form the cover. (1855)"
  3480.   (1855.43) Tait's Mag. XXII. 444/2 "We had rather the many-sided man should remain to us the mystery he is, than be Boswellised after the fashion which is now current. (1855)"
  3481.   (1855.44) [Robinson] Whitby Gloss., "Upstanding, remaining as heretofore. (1855)"
  3482.   (1856.1) Dickens Lett. (1880) I. 431 "The wall dividing the front from the stage still remained, and the iron *pass-doors stood ajar. (1856)"
  3483.   (1856.2) Delamer Fl. Gard. (1861) 40 "So it may remain, to be taken up and replanted every third or fourth year. (1856)"
  3484.   (1856.3) Emerson Eng. Traits, Ability Wks. (Bohn) II. 35 "When they have pounded each other to a poultice, they will shake hands and be friends for the remainder of their lives. (1856)"
  3485.   (1856.4) F. Pierce Message to Congress 2 "That no act shall remain on its statute book, violative of the provisions of the constitution. (1856)"
  3486.   (1856.5) Froude Hist. Eng. (1858) II. viii. 243 "The Roman military colonists remained Roman alike on the Rhine and on the Euphrates. (1856)"
  3487.   (1856.6) Froude Hist. Eng. (1858) I. ii. 173 "Amidst the easy freedom of his address, his manner remained majestic. (1856)"
  3488.   (1856.7) Froude Hist. Eng. I. i. 77 "So the law of England remained..with the deliberate approval of both the great parties. (1856)"
  3489.   (1856.8) Froude Hist. Eng. (1858) I. ii. 136 "It remained for Clement VII to disabuse men of their alarms. (1856)"
  3490.   (1856.9) Froude Hist. Eng. (1858) I. i. 53 "Such laws could be enforced only..when production and population remained..nearly stationary. (1856)"
  3491.   (1856.10) Ferrier Inst. Metaph. xiii. vi. 315 "No model whatever of matter per se being presentable to us in knowledge, the material universe per se must for ever remain absolutely irrepresentable by us in thought. (1856)"
  3492.   (1856.11) Froude Hist. Eng. (1858) I. i. 68 "Out of the illuminations arose those paintings which remain unapproached and unapproachable in their excellence. (1856)"
  3493.   (1856.12) Froude Hist. Eng. I. 28 "Like a train of gunpowder, the isolated grains of which have..no effect on each other, while they remain unignited. (1856)"
  3494.   (1856.13) Froude Hist. Eng. (1858) II. viii. 247 "Nothing remained of Strongbow's conquests save the shadow of a titular sovereignty. (1856)"
  3495.   (1856.14) Hawthorne Eng. Note-bks. (1870) II. 18 "Her dream is half accomplished now, and..the remainder may soon be rounded out. (1856)"
  3496.   (1856.15) Kane Arct. Expl. I. xix. 240 "The frost has embalmed their remains. (1856)"
  3497.   (1856.16) Kane Arct. Expl. I. xxiv. 310 "As far as we could see, it [the ice] remained inflexibly solid. (1856)"
  3498.   (1856.17) Kane Arct. Expl. I. xv. 181 "All my tired remainder-men were summoned. (1856)"
  3499.   (1856.18) Lever Martins of Cro' M. 279 "The great fact remained unatoned for-his family, his own connexions, `had done nothing for him'. (1856)"
  3500.   (1856.19) Mrs. C. Clarke tr. Berlioz' Instrument. 5 "The bass string can cross an upper open string..while the open string remains as a pedal. (1856)"
  3501.   (1856.20) Masson Ess. Biog. &. Crit. 109 "The property remaining..after the subduction of his own share as the eldest son. (1856)"
  3502.   (1856.21) Merivale Rom. Emp. (1865) IV. xxxii. 13 "The provinces which remained under the control of the senate continued to be assigned by lot to consulars and praetorians. (1856)"
  3503.   (1856.22) Olmsted Slave States 69 "Broad, silent pools, around the edges of which remained a skirt of ice, held there by bushes and long, broken water-grasses. (1856)"
  3504.   (1856.23) P. Thompson Hist. Boston 725 "The mark of anything remaining after the thing itself has been removed, is called its steddle. (1856)"
  3505.   (1856.24) Ruskin Mod. Paint. IV. v. xi. §.2. 130 "The most delicate sculptures if executed in good marble will remain for ages undeteriorated. (1856)"
  3506.   (1856.25) W. Irving Life Washington xcvi. III. 771 "The American and British armies, strongly posted,..remained four days grimly regarding each other. (1856)"
  3507.   (1856.26) Jrnl. Soc. Arts IV. 402 "Mr. Applegarth..has also invented a beautiful little machine for printing the borders on silk handkerchiefs, called the *wheelbarrow machine, from its being worked by the hand round the cloth, which remains stationary. (1856)"
  3508.   (1856.27) N. Brit. Rev. XXVI. 41 "To remain to the end of life destitute of any settled religious opinions. (1856)"
  3509.   (1856.28) Stonehenge Brit. Rur. Sports 144/1 "The remainder [of the otter-hunters] must watch every intervening yard for his `ventings'. (1856)"
  3510.   (1857.1) Baden-Powell in Oxford Ess. 174 "The lingering remains of the old scholasticizing spirit. (1857)"
  3511.   (1857.2) Buckle Civiliz. xii. (1903) II. 196 "The people remained in slavery until the Revolution actually occurred. (1857)"
  3512.   (1857.3) Chambers Inform. People I. 798/1 "Pantaloons, which fitted close to the leg, remained in very common use by those persons who had adopted them till about the year 1814, when the wearing of trousers, already introduced into the army, became fashionable. (1857)"
  3513.   (1857.4) Dunglison Dict. Med. s.v. Rhinoplastic, "The Tagliacotian operation..consists in bringing down a portion of flesh from the forehead, and causing it to adhere to the anterior part of the remains of the nose. (1857)"
  3514.   (1857.5) G. F. McDougall Eventful Voy. `Resolute' 426 "The remains of two ice houses yet existed, but were rapidly thawing away, under the influence of the heat of the sun. (1857)"
  3515.   (1857.6) H. Spencer in Westm. Rev. Apr. 450 "The earliest known vertebrate remains are those of Fishes. (1857)"
  3516.   (1857.7) Miss S. Winkworth tr. Tauler's Serm. xxv. 386 "They..remain a prey to their besetting sin of always seeking and intending themselves. (1857)"
  3517.   (1857.8) Miss Winkworth tr. Tauler's Serm. xviii. 322 "Therefore, His gifts, which He offers without ceasing to every man, remain unaccepted. (1857)"
  3518.   (1857.9) Miller Elem. Chem., Org. 67 "The second portion remains unacted on in the liquid. (1857)"
  3519.   (1857.10) Mayne, "Pathicus, remaining passive: pathic. (1857)"
  3520.   (1857.11) Mayne Expos. Lex., "Obstupescentia, old term for..that state when the patient remains still, with open eyes, as if astonished, and neither moves or speaks: obstupescence. (1857)"
  3521.   (1857.12) Miller Elem. Chem., Org. 329 "A charred mass remains, consisting of carbonate of potash and unconsumed carbon. (1857)"
  3522.   (1857.13) R. Tomes Amer. in Japan ix. 200 "The flour, however, remains unbolted, but makes a good and sweet bread. (1857)"
  3523.   (1857.14) Sir F. Palgrave Norm. &. Eng. II. 264 "A patch of arable tilled by the remaining allodial rustics. (1857)"
  3524.   (1857.15) Susanna Winkworth tr. Life Tauler xvi. 306 "When one finds this evil inclination in a man,..and he remains unrebuked, all this is the world. (1857)"
  3525.   (1857.16) Spencer Progress (1864) 285 "Yet the gas remained unliquified!" (1857)"
  3526.   (1857.17) Trollope Three Clerks I. ix. 183 "The ball is at your foot now, but it won't remain there. (1857)"
  3527.   (1857.18) T. Watson Lect. Physic (ed. 4) I. 35 "The dislocation remaining unreduced. (1857)"
  3528.   (1857.19) Thoreau Maine W. (1894) 85 "The remains of a gray rabbit, skin, bones, and mould closely fitting the right&dubh.angled corner of one side [of the box]. (1857)"
  3529.   (1857.20) Taylor Hist. Antiq. Cupar 17 "The Revolution consigned the skeletonised remains to their present resting place. (1857)"
  3530.   (1857.21) V. Lush Jrnl. 18 Nov. (1971) 195 "As Norfolk Island is the nearest to New Zealand they touched there on their outward voyage and landed Mrs. Selwyn, who remained with the Pitcairners till the Southern Cross called for her on their way home. (1857)"
  3531.   (1857.22) Whewell Hist. Induct. Sc. (ed. 3) III. 565 "Remains of an extinct platyrhine monkey. (1857)"
  3532.   (1857.23) W. Brookes in Pat. Abridgm., Spinning (1866) 1249 "When by no nip thereof taking place the fibre will remain stationary. (1857)"
  3533.   (1857.24) Chambers's Jrnl. 30 May 351/2 "To overcome it [sc. rolling and pitching]..the professor invented a balanced frame, with free axes for rotation, somewhat on the principle of the gyroscope, which..remains uninfluenced by the..movements of the ship. (1857)"
  3534.   (1857.25) Chambers' Inform. II. 683/2 "The player..does his best to take the inwick or angle; and by a skilfully `laid on' stone..the inwick is taken; his stone glides off, angles towards the tee, knocks his adversary's stone out of shot-himself remaining in the while. (1857)"
  3535.   (1857.26) Chambers' Inform. II. 693/1 "When players are very equally matched, neither party has, at the close of a day's play, gained an advantage; every round has been halved, hence the match itself is halved, and remains to be played another day. (1857)"
  3536.   (1858.1) Birch Anc. Pottery Introd. 5 "Remains of baked earthenware. (1858)"
  3537.   (1858.2) Carpenter Veg. Phys. §.586 "By the remains of the calyx..the eye of the gooseberry is formed. (1858)"
  3538.   (1858.3) De Quincey Greece under Rom. Wks. VIII. 317 "It is hardly `in the dice' that any downright novelty of fact should remain in reversion for this nineteenth century. (1858)"
  3539.   (1858.4) Geikie Hist. Boulder x. 193 "The remains of..estuarine..organisms. (1858)"
  3540.   (1858.5) Glenny Gard. Everyday Bk. 99/2 "You may now clear away all the stems and remains of cabbages that have supplied you with sprouts. (1858)"
  3541.   (1858.6) Geikie Hist. Boulder ix. 172 "The process of *delta-formation remains essentially the same, both in lakes and at the sea. (1858)"
  3542.   (1858.7) Glenny Gard. Every-day Bk. 175/1 "Bulbs are too frequently attacked by vermin when allowed to remain in the ground after the foliage has died down. (1858)"
  3543.   (1858.8) Hawthorne Fr. &. It. Note-bks. I. 164 "The sterner features remain, the skeleton of thought. (1858)"
  3544.   (1858.9) Ld. St. Leonards Handy Bk. Prop. Law xiv. 89 "His prior disposition will..still remain good, nor will a re-conveyance to him upon paying off the money affect the validity of the will. (1858)"
  3545.   (1858.10) Lardner Handbk. Nat. Phil. 255 "This thermometer is sometimes varied in its form and arrangement, but the principle remains the same. (1858)"
  3546.   (1858.11) Ld. St. Leonards Handy-Bk. Prop. Law ix. 62 "The tax has merged, and does not remain as a charge of which you can avail yourself. (1858)"
  3547.   (1858.12) Ld. St. Leonards Handy Bk. Prop. Law xvi. 107 "The Court may direct the parts so laid out to remain vested in the trustees. (1858)"
  3548.   (1858.13) Ld. St. Leonards Handy-Bk. Prop. Law xvii. 110 "The common settlement..is..then to the daughters, as tenants in common in tail, with cross-remainders in tail. (1858)"
  3549.   (1858.14) Lady Wilkinson Weeds &. Wild Flowers 353 "An old belief continues to be connected with the circumstance of the dead roots of wormwood being black, and somewhat hard, and remaining for a long period undecayed beneath the living plant. They are then called `*wormwood coal'; and if placed under a lover's pillow they are believed to produce a dream of the person he loves. (1858)"
  3550.   (1858.15) Ld. St. Leonards Handy Bk. Prop. Law xvi. 105 "With special provisions as to minerals and the interests therein of remainder-men. (1858)"
  3551.   (1858.16) Miss Mulock Th. ab. Women 185 "We can keep a secret..while the confider remains our friend. (1858)"
  3552.   (1858.17) Motley Dutch Rep. Hist. Introd. vii. 39 "The liberty of the Netherlands, notwithstanding several brilliant but brief luminations,..seemed to remain in almost perpetual eclipse. (1858)"
  3553.   (1858.18) Norton Topics 118 "Jones, Brown, and Robinson, the `refuse', remain with the regiment to be slaughtered by their sepoys. (1858)"
  3554.   (1858.19) Ramsay Remin. vi. (ed. 18) 182 "In Scotland the remains of the deceased person is called the `corp'. (1858)"
  3555.   (1858.20) Sir J. Herschel Astron. §.564 "In so far as their orbits can remain unaltered by the attractions of the planets. (1858)"
  3556.   (1858.21) W. Ellis Visits Madagasc. ix. 242 "At the adjacent *branch station..we remained a week. (1858)"
  3557.   (1858.22) Brit. Colonist (Victoria, B.C.) 11 Dec. 2/4 "The majority of the Lillooet *trail cutters would have remained had it not been grossly mismanaged. (1858)"
  3558.   (1858.23) Rep. Maine Board Agric. 1857 II. 69 "The fish known as menhaden, and often called..`poggies', are..pressed..to extract an oil..; what remains after extracting the oil, is called `poggy chum'. (1858)"
  3559.   (1858.24) Sat. Rev. 20 Nov. 496/1 "Up to the moment when Free-trade triumphed there remained a stolid mass of Protectionism against which argument was hopeless. (1858)"
  3560.   (1858-60.1) J. Gardner Faiths World s.v., "Remains of the Inghamites are still found in England, but they are a very small body. (1858-"
  3561.   (1858-9.1) Thackeray Virgin. lvi, "It may be that..there is a dreadfully scrappy dinner, the evident remains of a party to which I didn't invite you. (1858-"
  3562.   (1859.1) Darwin Orig. Spec. iii. 73 "The face of nature remains uniform for long periods of time. (1859)"
  3563.   (1859.2) Darwin Orig. Spec. xi. (1878) 294 "Remains of Mastodon, Megatherium, Toxodon and other extinct monsters. (1859)"
  3564.   (1859.3) Darwin Orig. Spec. i. (1873) 14 "The origin of most of our domestic animals will probably for ever remain vague. (1859)"
  3565.   (1859.4) Darwin Orig. Spec. xi. (1860) 366 "We might have remained in this same belief, had not Agassiz and others called vivid attention to the Glacial period. (1859)"
  3566.   (1859.5) Darwin Orig. Spec. v. (1878) 110 "In some of the crabs the footstalk for the eye remains, though the eye is gone. (1859)"
  3567.   (1859.6) Darwin Orig. Spec. x. (1878) 271 "Mammiferous remains. (1859)"
  3568.   (1859.7) E. H. N. Patterson in L. Hafen Overland Routes to Gold Fields (1942) 68 "This..is one of those cases, probably, that will remain a mystery only to be solved when the great item book of the recording angel shall be opened to justify the final sentence. (1859)"
  3569.   (1859.8) F. A. Griffiths Artil. Man. 31 "The remaining companies first being faced to the right about. (1859)"
  3570.   (1859.9) F. A. Griffiths Artil. Man. (1862) 260 "The Terraplein is the upper part of the rampart, which remains after having constructed the parapet. (1859)"
  3571.   (1859.10) Farrar J. Home 414 "An effort was made by his few remaining and unalienated friends to provide for him the means of emigration. (1859)"
  3572.   (1859.11) F. Fuller Five Yrs. Residence N.Z. ix. 162 "The Runholder kept the remaining portion as the payment for his trouble and expense in looking after the sheep. (1859)"
  3573.   (1859.12) G. Wilson Gateways Knowl. (ed. 3) 71 "The..Mammoth remains fresh as on the day of its death. (1859)"
  3574.   (1859.13) G. Salmon Lessons Introd. Mod. Higher Algebra xv. 125 "What we may call the orthogonal transformation is to transform simultaneously a given quadratic function, and x2 + y2 + z2 + w2 + &.., so that the latter remaining of the same form, the former may become Ax2 + By2 + Cz2 + Dw2 + &.. (1859)"
  3575.   (1859.14) Hawthorne Marb. Faun xi, "While there remains so much to be sinned and suffered in the world. (1859)"
  3576.   (1859.15) Herschel Fam. Lect. Sci. Subj. iii. §.45 (1866) 131 "The levitating portion of it being hurried off-the gravitating remaining behind. (1859)"
  3577.   (1859.16) H. L. Smith in Arch&ae.aeig;ol. Cant. XI. 108 "Only the labels..and inscription-plate remain. (1859)"
  3578.   (1859.17) Huxley Oceanic Hydrozoa 82 "The distal division remains short, and acquires only small *thread-cells. (1859)"
  3579.   (1859.18) J. C. Hobhouse Italy II. 112 "Not far from the base of the still remaining suggestum, by the Arch of Severus. (1859)"
  3580.   (1859.19) Jephson Brittany xiv. 225 "In the wars of Blois and Montfort the citizens flattered themselves that they could remain neuter. (1859)"
  3581.   (1859.20) L. Wraxall tr. Robert-Houdin's Mem. II. vi. 172 "The reception I obtained from the Berliner will ever remain one of my pleasantest reminiscences. (1859)"
  3582.   (1859.21) Mill Liberty i. 14 " The practical question, where to place the limit-how to make the fitting adjustment between individual independence and social control-is a subject on which nearly everything remains to be done. (1859)"
  3583.   (1859.22) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xxv. V. 287 "He fell down in a fit, and remained long insensible. (1859)"
  3584.   (1859.23) Mill Liberty v. (1865) 60/2 "This question presents no difficulty, so long as the will of all the persons implicated remains unaltered. (1859)"
  3585.   (1859.24) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xxiii. (1861) V. 34 "To pass a prospective statute tying up in strict entail the little which still remained of the Crown property. (1859)"
  3586.   (1859.25) Macaulay Hist. Eng. xxiv. V. 197 "From Charles neither the remains of his mother nor those of his grandfather could draw any sign of sensibility. (1859)"
  3587.   (1859.26) Mrs. Gaskell Let. 10 Nov. (1966) 592 "Believe me to remain, Yours respectfully E C Gaskell. (1859)"
  3588.   (1859.27) Page Handbk. Geol. Terms, "Pliolophus, a small lophiodont mammal, whose remains have been found in eocene and miocene tertiaries. (1859)"
  3589.   (1859.28) R. F. Burton Centr. Afr. in Jrnl. Geogr. Soc. XXIX. 324 "The remainder of the dress is a *loin-cloth of white domestics or of indigo dyed cotton. (1859)"
  3590.   (1859.29) Reeve Brittany 51 "One or two women..remained still long enough to be more defined in outline. (1859)"
  3591.   (1859.30) R. F. Burton Centr. Afr. in Jrnl. Geog. Soc. XXIX. 23 "There remained then for the English physicist the honour of depicting by an admirable generalization the true features of the African interior. (1859)"
  3592.   (1859.31) Sir W. Hamilton Lect. (1877) I. xvi. 286 "It remains unenounced and unknown. (1859)"
  3593.   (1859.32) Sala Gas-light &. D. xvi. 177 "The shows at Saville House remained alive O!" (1859)"
  3594.   (1859.33) Tennyson Geraint &. Enid 264 "The two remain'd Apart by all the chamber's width. (1859)"
  3595.   (1859.34) Todd Cycl. Anat. V. 481/2 "The edges of its `Lepidine' layer do not remain in contact with the ganoin layer. (1859)"
  3596.   (1859.35) Todd Cycl. Anat. V. 481/2 "In C the scale widening..the edges of its `Lepidine' layer do not remain in contact with the ganoin layer. (1859)"
  3597.   (1859.36) Tennyson Elaine 594 "Now remains But little cause for laughter. (1859)"
  3598.   (1859.37) Tennyson Enid 501 "If I fall her name will yet remain Untarnish'd. (1859)"
  3599.   (1859.38) Wraxall tr. R. Houdin iii. 27 "The fingers remaining perfectly free and limber. (1859)"
  3600.   (1859.39) W. Chadwick Life De Foe ii. 104 "The bill passed; and, thanks to *Torydom, there it remains! " (1859)"
  3601.   (1859.40) North Amer. Rev. LXXXVIII. 492 "The chapel of St. Verena, where the *finger-prints of the young maiden still remain in the rock. (1859)"
  3602.   (1859.41) Todd's Cycl. Anat. V. 537/1 "In the reticulum the walls remain smooth and do not exhibit any very evident traces of the contained water-cells. (1859)"
  3603.   (1859.42) Times 4 Feb. 9/4 "That remains to be seen. (1859)"
  3604.   (1860.1) Bartlett Dict. Amer. (ed. 3), "A pick-up dinner, called also simply a pick-up, is a dinner made up of such fragments of cold meats as remain from former meals. (1860)"
  3605.   (1860.2) B'ness Bunsen in Hare Life II. v. 271 "The inscription on the cippus placed over the remains of the two children. (1860)"
  3606.   (1860.3) Faraday Forces of Nat. iii. 78 "Whenever a solid body loses some of that force of attraction by means of which it remains solid, heat is absorbed. (1860)"
  3607.   (1860.4) Farrar Orig. Lang. (1865) 98 "If the entire lexicon of every language be capable of being reduced to a number of sensational roots,..Grammar always remains as the indisputable result of the pure reason. (1860)"
  3608.   (1860.5) Froude Hist. Eng. VI. 306 "That spectre remained unexorcised in all its shadowy terror. (1860)"
  3609.   (1860.6) Farrar Orig. Lang. (1865) 62 "The intellect..would otherwise remain infructuous. (1860)"
  3610.   (1860.7) H. Stuart Seaman's Catech. 74 "Where it rests on the stem is the bed, and the remainder the beeseating. (1860)"
  3611.   (1860.8) H. Stuart Seaman's Catech. 67 "What is termed the `filling'?..the intervals between the frame timbers are filled up solid..so that if the outside planks be injured a watertight surface would remain. (1860)"
  3612.   (1860.9) Hook Lives Abps. I. 45 "The simple patriarchal faith..was never lost, and when the idolatrous superstitions were removed there still remained a substratum of truth. (1860)"
  3613.   (1860.10) Maury Phys. Geog. Sea (Low) ii. §.95 "But for the forces of gravitation the waters of the Mississippi would remain at its fountain. (1860)"
  3614.   (1860.11) Mayne Reid Hunters' Feast xxiii, "The `*stand men' remain quiet, with their guns in readiness. (1860)"
  3615.   (1860.12) Maury Phys. Geog. Sea i. §.67 "Notwithstanding all that has been done.. there still remain many agenda. (1860)"
  3616.   (1860.13) Motley Netherl. (1868) I. 24 "The new-risen republic remained for a season nebulous. (1860)"
  3617.   (1860.14) O. W. Holmes Prof. Breakf.-t. viii, "It only remained to be phrenologized. (1860)"
  3618.   (1860.15) O. W. Holmes Elsie V. xiv, "There are states of mind..which remain not only unworded, but unthoughted, if such a word may be coined for our special need. (1860)"
  3619.   (1860.16) O. W. Holmes Elsie V. xiv, "There are states of mind..which remain not only unworded, but *unthoughted. (1860)"
  3620.   (1860.17) Pusey Min. Proph. 556 "In the way of justice He satisfied for men, delivering Himself for their faults to the pain of death, to satisfy the honour of the Divine Majesty, so that sin should not remain unpunished. (1860)"
  3621.   (1860.18) Pusey Min. Proph. 454 "The carrion-remains should be entombed only in the bowels of vultures and dogs. (1860)"
  3622.   (1860.19) Ruskin Mod. Paint. V. vii. iv. §.27. 152 "`The heavens' when used plurally..remained expressive of the starry space beyond. (1860)"
  3623.   (1860.20) Tyndall Glac. ii. viii. 267 "Nought remains to mark the huge moraine, but a strip of dirt. (1860)"
  3624.   (1860.21) Tyndall Glac. i. vi. 42 "The fronts of the ridges..remain in shadow all the day. (1860)"
  3625.   (1860.22) Tyndall Glac. i. xxvii. 212, "I observed a rapid movement on the part of the remaining three men. (1860)"
  3626.   (1860.23) Tyndall Glac. ii. vi. 255 "While the former semicircle remains white, the latter one is vividly coloured. (1860)"
  3627.   (1860.24) Tyndall Glac. ii. xiv. 299 "The paper..might have remained unprinted, had not another publication..called it forth. (1860)"
  3628.   (1860.25) Tyndall Glac. i. v. 39 "It remained the only gilded summit in view. (1860)"
  3629.   (1860.26) Tyndall Glac. i. xi. 78 "The chief difficulties remained unconquered. (1860)"
  3630.   (1860.27) Tyndall Glac. i. i. 1 "This direction remained perfectly constant throughout the entire quarry. (1860)"
  3631.   (1860.28) W. Collins Wom. White i. viii, "It will always remain my private persuasion that [etc.]. (1860)"
  3632.   (1860.29) Whyte-Melville Mkt. Harb. 60 "Mrs. Dove, an ample lady, with the remains of considerable beauty. (1860)"
  3633.   (1860.30) All Y. Round No. 45. 440 "Barley bannocks and oat cake long remained the staff of life in villages in Scotland. (1860)"
  3634.   (1860.31) All Year Round No. 45. 440 "Barley bannocks and oat cake long remained the staff of life in villages in Scotland. (1860)"
  3635.   (1860.32) Edinb. New Philos. Jrnl. XII. 223 "The spongiaries.., or skeletons, or remains of the sponge after the death and decomposition of the live jelly, or living being. (1860)"
  3636.   (1860.33) Mining Gloss. (ed. 2) 48 "*After-damp, destructive gas (carbonic acid) remaining in the workings after an explosion of fire-damp. (1860)"
  3637.   (1860.34) N.Y. Times 6 Aug. 8/3 "The innovations of the `reform party'..which he [sc. Rabbi Isaacs] attributed to religious pride... The congregation..remained uncontaminated by these pretended reforms. (1860)"
  3638.   (1860.35) Once a Week 21 July 95/2, "I fully admit that in later years we are all of us apt to grow sentimental about the traditions of our respective schools-I merely deny that we do so whilst we remain in statu pupillari. (1860)"
  3639.   (1860.36) Slang Dict., "Grease-spot, a minute remnant, the only distinguishable remains of an antagonist after a terrific contest. (1860)"
  3640.   (1860.37) Ure's Dict. Arts III. 427 "Tincturation. Musk,..ambergris,..vanilla, civet, and a few other odorous substances, yield their odours to spirit by tincturation, that is, by putting the fragrant material into the spirit and allowing it to remain..till the alcohol has extracted all the scent. (1860)"
  3641.   (1861.1) Beeton Bk. Househ. Man. §.978 "Fricasseed Fowl. Ingredients-The remains of cold roast fowl [etc.]. (1861)"
  3642.   (1861.2) Beresf. Hope Eng. Cathedr. 19th. C. 148 "Only three of the ranges were really sittings, the remainder having served as steps and *footrests. (1861)"
  3643.   (1861.3) Bateman 19 Years' Diggings 271 "Remains of two individuals from the destroyed Mound at Crake Low. (1861)"
  3644.   (1861.4) Dickens Gt. Expect. xliii, "How long we might have remained in this ridiculous position it is impossible to say, but for the incursion of three thriving farmers-laid on by the waiter I think-who came into the coffee-room. (1861)"
  3645.   (1861.5) Delamer Fl. Garden 22 "Agapanthus..may be permitted to remain throughout the winter in the open ground, under a covering of litter or leaves. (1861)"
  3646.   (1861.6) E. Cowell Diary 1 Jan. in Cowells in Amer. (1934) 234, "I congratulated him on his remaining free from `tightness' after so many calls. (1861)"
  3647.   (1861.7) J. R. Greene Man. Anim. Kingd., C&ae.aeig;lent. 35 "Its homogeneous periplast [is] traversed in all directions by a complex mesh&dubh.work of threads, which remain quite distinct from the endoplasts about which they diverge. (1861)"
  3648.   (1861.8) M. Pattison Ess. (1889) I. 44 "With the exception of a dwelling-house.., the remainder of the area was covered with warehouses. (1861)"
  3649.   (1861.9) Max Mü.ller Sci. Lang. Ser. i. viii. (1864) 338 "In these sesquipedalian compounds the significative root remains distinct. (1861)"
  3650.   (1861.10) Musgrave By-roads 238 "As evanescent as a photograph, which grows faint and fainter in tint the longer it remains exposed to the sun and air. (1861)"
  3651.   (1861.11) Miss E. A. Beaufort Egypt. Sepulchres &. Syrian Shr. II. xxiv. 320 "Near this are the remains of a once fine theatre..: some of the vomitories still remain. (1861)"
  3652.   (1861.12) Max Mü.ller Sci. Lang. Ser. i. (1864) 338 "In these sesquipedalian compounds the significative root remains distinct. (1861)"
  3653.   (1861.13) Miss Pratt Flower. Pl. III. 183 "Corolla with two ears at the base, which remain and crown the fruit. (1861)"
  3654.   (1861.14) Max Mü.ller Sci. Lang. 42 "In Sanskrit..what remains is a kind of metamorphic agglomerate which cannot be understood without a most minute microscopic analysis. (1861)"
  3655.   (1861.15) Miss Pratt Flower. Pl. III. 183 "Corolla with two ears..which remain and crown the fruit. (1861)"
  3656.   (1861.16) Miss Pratt Flower. Pl. I. 8 "The anthers remaining separate, and being termed free. (1861)"
  3657.   (1861.17) Neale Notes Dalmatia 117 "The bishop's seat, at the east end of the synthronus, remains with two arms. (1861)"
  3658.   (1861.18) O'Curry Lect. MS. Mat. 3 "Ample materials still remain in the Gaedhlic or Irish language. (1861)"
  3659.   (1861.19) Paley &Ae.AElig;schylus (ed. 2) 7 agst. Thebes 111 note, "Hermann distributes the remainder of the chorus into strophae and antistrophae. (1861)"
  3660.   (1861.20) Queen Victoria Jrnl. 20 Sept. (1980) 99 "The Castle of Auch Mill, which..has traces of a terrace garden remaining. (1861)"
  3661.   (1861.21) Rossetti tr. Dante's Vita Nuova (1904) 145 "Seeing that in the battle of doubts, the victory most often remained with such as inclined towards the lady of whom I speak. (1861)"
  3662.   (1861.22) Sir W. Fairbairn Iron 156 "The silicium is first attacked, neither the iron nor carbon being operated upon to any extent while any silicium remains. (1861)"
  3663.   (1861.23) Smiles Engineers vi. i. II. 6 "The place remained comparatively rural in point of size and surroundings. (1861)"
  3664.   (1861.24) Stanley East. Ch. iv. (1869) 149 "The Nicene Creed remained the one public confession. (1861)"
  3665.   (1861.25) Tulloch Eng. Purit. ii. 177 "In the remaining years of Milton's academic career, he established a high reputation for scholarship. (1861)"
  3666.   (1861.26) Trench Comm. Ep. Churches Asia 50 "Every disorder..which has remained unrepressed. (1861)"
  3667.   (1861.27) T. Graham in Phil. Trans. (1862) 184 note, "Certain liquid colloid substances are capable of forming a jelly and yet still remain liquefiable by heat and soluble in water. Such is gelatine itself. (1861)"
  3668.   (1861.28) W. L. Alexander tr. Dorner's Pers. Christ (1872) I. i. 1 "It will ever remain the ideal of human life, that it is God-manlike. (1861)"
  3669.   (1861.29) Wilson &. Geikie in Wilson &. Geikie Life 250 "Forbes returned to the Isle of Man, where he remained two months, naturalizing, as was his wont. (1861)"
  3670.   (1861.30) Wilson &. Geikie Mem. E. Forbes xii. 427 "The remainder of this year was spent somewhat erratically. (1861)"
  3671.   (1861.31) W. Fairbairn Addr. to Brit. Assoc., "In land telegraphy the chief difficulties have been surmounted, but in submarine telegraphy much remains to be accomplished. (1861)"
  3672.   (1861.32) W. Bell Dict. Law Scot. 450/1 "Innovation, is a technical expression, signifying the exchange, with the creditor's consent, of one obligation for another; so as to make the second obligation come in the place of the first, and be the only subsisting obligation against the debtor, both the original obligants remaining the same. (1861)"
  3673.   (1861.33) W. Bell Dict. Law Scot. 221 "In practice, it is usual to consign money in a public bank, so that the party entitled to it receives it with bank interest for the time it has remained consigned. (1861)"
  3674.   (1861.34) 2nd Rep. Comm. Sewage Towns 28 "Ten Hereford oxen were tied up in a shed; two to be fed on unsewaged grass, and the remaining eight to receive sewaged grass. (1861)"
  3675.   (1861.35) Morning Post 24 Oct., "The five remaining bays [of the choir]..have been restored; only three of them, though, will be within the reredos. (1861)"
  3676.   (1861.36) Sat. Rev. 22 June 647/1 "These brasses are capable of being `rubbed', that is, of having an impression taken of them..by covering them with paper, and rubbing with some fitting substance upon the paper. A likeness of the brass is thus produced, the plain portions being dark, and the incisions remaining..white. (1861)"
  3677.   (1861.37) Times 8 Nov. (Defeat of Federal Army), "A little after six o'clock the remaining contestants withdrew down the precipitous river bank. (1861)"
  3678.   (1861.38) Times 24 Sept., "Three-fourths of the crop [of hops] will be of the best quality; the remainder was rusted by spiders towards the end of last month. (1861)"
  3679.   (1862.1) Ansted Channel Isl. ii. ix. (ed. 2) 238 "The creature when deprived of food, throwing off part after part, till nothing remains but a little spherical butt. (1862)"
  3680.   (1862.2) Ansted Channel Isl. ii. viii. (ed. 2) 189 "A glance at a few of the more obscure genera,..will convince every lichenist that much yet remains to be done. (1862)"
  3681.   (1862.3) Ansted Channel Isl. iv. xxi. (ed. 2) 497 "Daphnes flourish marvellously and remain in flower a long time. (1862)"
  3682.   (1862.4) A. Meadows Man. Midwifery vi. ii. 217 "The longer it [sc. the placenta] is allowed to remain the more spastically does the uterus contract upon it. (1862)"
  3683.   (1862.5) Ansted Channel Isl. iv. xxiii. (ed. 2) 539 "Encroachments on property are sometimes met by a very peculiar exclamatory appeal, called `Ha! Ro!' repeated thrice. It is considered to be the remains of an old appeal to Rollo, Duke of Normandy, and is followed by action. (1862)"
  3684.   (1862.6) Burton Bk. Hunter 3 "If there be any remains of sculpture on the stone, it becomes a lythoglyph or a hieroglyph. (1862)"
  3685.   (1862.7) Burton Bk. Hunter (1863) 56 "Stored away in some forgotten repositories, these miscellaneous relics still remain. (1862)"
  3686.   (1862.8) Buckle Civiliz. (1869) III. ii. 86 "The principles on which Church authority is based remained intact. (1862)"
  3687.   (1862.9) Buckle Misc. Wks. (1872) I. 18 "What we have done is but a speck compared to what remains to be done. (1862)"
  3688.   (1862.10) C. C. Meehan Law &. Practice of Game of Euchre v. 86 "Talon, the eleven cards remaining in the pack after the dealer has distributed five to each player and turned up the twenty-first card for the trump. (1862)"
  3689.   (1862.11) D. Wilson Preh. Man II. xxii. 292 "When the Mandans buried the remains of their scaffolded dead, they left the skull uninterred. (1862)"
  3690.   (1862.12) D. Wilson Preh. Man II. xxii. 292 "The remains of those whose bodies had been scaffolded. (1862)"
  3691.   (1862.13) Dana Elem. Geol. 67 "Randanite, a kind of opal made of infusorial remains. (1862)"
  3692.   (1862.14) Fairholt Up Nile 308 "The square columns..have been in some places literally chipped to pieces and a rude irregular core only remains. (1862)"
  3693.   (1862.15) F. Hall Hindu Philos. Syst. 87 note, "That one such quality may displace another, their theory is, that the displacing quality must remain with the quality displaced during the last moment of the subsistence of the latter. (1862)"
  3694.   (1862.16) H. Spencer First Princ. ii. iv. §.54 (1875) 178 "The force which a given quantity of matter exercises, remains always the same. (1862)"
  3695.   (1862.17) H. Spencer First Princ. i. iii. §.21 "The explanation of that which is explicable, does but bring out into greater clearness the inexplicableness of that which remains behind. (1862)"
  3696.   (1862.18) H. Spencer First Princ. i. ii. §.11 (1875) 32 "The impossibility of expanding our symbolic conception of self-creation into a real conception, remains as complete as ever. (1862)"
  3697.   (1862.19) Kingsley in Macm. Mag. Dec. 96 "A good many people..have seen all the world, and yet remain little better than blokes and boodles after all. (1862)"
  3698.   (1862.20) Marsh Orig. Eng. Lang. 48 "The Anglo-Saxon is not grammatically or lexically identifiable with the extant remains of any continental dialect. (1862)"
  3699.   (1862.21) Merivale Rom. Emp. (1871) V. xlii. 138 "To consume the remains in the forum. (1862)"
  3700.   (1862.22) Miller Elem. Chem., Org. (ed. 2) ix. 638 "The remaining portion of the distillate, consisting of uncondensed gases. (1862)"
  3701.   (1862.23) Mill Utilit. 5 "This..man, whose system of thought will long remain one of the land&dubh.marks in the history of philosophical speculation. (1862)"
  3702.   (1862.24) Merivale Rom. Emp. (1865) VI. l. 175 "Life, she urged, is over; nought remains to look for but a decent exit from it. (1862)"
  3703.   (1862.25) Ruskin Munera P. (1880) 27 "The science of Political Economy would remain..the weighing of clouds, and the portioning out of shadows. (1862)"
  3704.   (1862.26) Waterston Man. Commerce 303 "Status of an Annuity, the state of things during the continuance of which the annuity is to be paid. A compound status is one which exists as long as either of two or more status remain. (1862)"
  3705.   (1862.27) W. A. Miller Elem. Chem., Org. (ed. 2) 78 "According to G&eacu.lis, when sugar which has thus been melted is dissolved in water it furnishes a solution which when fermented with yeast yields only half the quantity of alcohol that ordinary sugar would have produced, a peculiar body to which he gives the name of saccharide (C12H10O10) remaining in solution. It exerts a slight rotatory power to the right upon a beam of polarized light. (1862)"
  3706.   (1862.28) All Year Round 13 Sept. 8 "It assumes the pupa form, and is enclosed in a hard case, remaining motionless and to all appearance inanimate. (1862)"
  3707.   (1862.29) Cornh. Mag. VI. 648 (Farmer) "Occasionally they [women] assist at a burglary- remaining outside and keeping watch; they are then called crows. (1862)"
  3708.   (1862.30) Congress. Globe 27 Mar. 1402/2, "I..doubt..the ability of these guns to remain in their position if..struck fairly and squarely by shot from the enemy. (1862)"
  3709.   (1862.31) Chambers's Encycl. IV. 645/1 "There remains..a large residue of pitch, which is again distilled.., giving off an oil called coke-oil. (1862)"
  3710.   (1862.32) Lond. Rev. 26 July 71 "The diplomatic service..must always remain the apanage of the wealthy. (1862)"
  3711.   (1862.33) Phil. Trans. R. Soc. CLI. 312 "These numbers will remain unchanged, when the given matrix is premultiplied by any unit-matrix, and *post-multiplied by any matrix whatsoever. (1862)"
  3712.   (1862.34) Rebellion Record V. ii. 156 "The desolated, hard-trodden ground, and a few *tent-stakes, remain to tell the story. (1862)"
  3713.   (1862.35) Sat. Rev. 5 July 23 "The remaining snippings from our author's book of ethical commonplaces. (1862)"
  3714.   (1862.36) St. James's Mag. Oct. 279 "On the plains of Wiltshire still remain the traces of ophiolatry. (1862)"
  3715.   (1862.37) Cavendish Whist (1870) 29 "*Long cards are cards of a suit remaining in one hand after the remainder of the suit is played. (1862)"
  3716.   (1863.1) R. S. Poole in W. Smith's Dict. Bible I. 509/1 (Egypt III. s.v. Zoan, ) "Remains of the Shepherd-period. (1863)"
  3717.   (1863.2) Aitken Sci. &. Pract. Med. (ed. 2) II. 335 "Any agents or conditions which cause a suspension of the functions of animal life, while the purely nutritive or organic functions remain intact, may bring about melituria. (1863)"
  3718.   (1863.3) Draper Intell. Devel. Eur. iii. (1865) 42 "In the most ancient records remaining, the Hindu mind is dealing with anthropocentric conceptions..of the moral kind. (1863)"
  3719.   (1863.4) Denton Nature's Secrets 95 "All fossil remains of animals are imbued with the feelings of the animals of which they formed a part, and, under their influence, the Psychometer..feels all that was felt by them... This branch of Psychometry may be termed Psychopathy. (1863)"
  3720.   (1863.5) E. V. Neale Anal. Th. &. Nat. 157 "Stratified masses, rich in organic remains, though poor in mineral substances. (1863)"
  3721.   (1863.6) E. Atkinson tr. Ganot's Elem. Treat. Physics iv. i. 93 "Heat..converts liquids..into the aeriform state in which they obey all the laws of gases. This aeriform state of liquids is known by the name of vapour, while gases are bodies which, under ordinary temperature and pressure, remain in the aeriform state. (1863)"
  3722.   (1863.7) Fawcett Pol. Econ. i. vi. 81 "After the centre of the field has been ploughed, the head&dubh.lands will remain to be ploughed separately. (1863)"
  3723.   (1863.8) Fawcett Pol. Econ. i. vi. 81 "The head&dubh.lands will remain to be ploughed separately. (1863)"
  3724.   (1863.9) Geo. Eliot Romola xxii, "[He] remained obstinately silent under all the strokes from the knotted cord. (1863)"
  3725.   (1863.10) G. Kearley Links in Chain, "A veritable anthropolite, the petrified remains of one of the accursed race that was swept away by the flood. (1863)"
  3726.   (1863.11) Huxley Man's Place Nat. iii. 125 "The lines of fracture which remain between the coadjusted pieces of the skull. (1863)"
  3727.   (1863.12) H. Cox Instit. i. ix. 173 "In order to the first reading of a private bill in the House of Commons, a petition for leave to bring it in is first presented, by being deposited at the Private Bill Office. A certain interval of time is required to elapse between the first and second readings, during which the bill remains in the custody of the Private Bill Office. (1863)"
  3728.   (1863.13) Huxley Man's Place Nat. 159 "The fossil remains of man..do not..take us appreciably nearer to that lower pithecoid form. (1863)"
  3729.   (1863.14) Holland Lett. Joneses xvi. 239 "One remains, here and there, a played-out man. (1863)"
  3730.   (1863.15) H. Cox Instit. iii. ii. 598 "At the conference at Paris, in 1856,..it was declared that, as to those Powers..`privateering is and remains abolished'. (1863)"
  3731.   (1863.16) H. Cox Instit. ii. xi. 583 "[Of the Counties Palatine] there remain now only those of Lancaster and Durham..the latter formerly an ecclesiastical fee belonging to the Bishop of Durham. (1863)"
  3732.   (1863.17) J. G. Baker N. Yorksh. 181 "A considerable extent of the surface yet remains as *heatherland. (1863)"
  3733.   (1863.18) J. Hughes Pract. Photogr. (1866) 11 "When you have done for the day, return what [collodion] remains back into the stock-bottle. (1863)"
  3734.   (1863.19) J. G. Murphy Comm. Gen. i. 14-19 "Whatever remained of hinderance to the outshining of the sun, moon, and stars on the land. (1863)"
  3735.   (1863.20) Kinglake Crimea (1876) I. xi. 182 "The English Ambassador remained upon the field of the conflict. (1863)"
  3736.   (1863.21) Kinglake Crimea (ed. 4) II. vi. 137 "Those who remained unstricken [by cholera]. (1863)"
  3737.   (1863.22) Kingsley Lett. (1878) II. 172 "If you won't believe my great new doctrine..that souls secrete their bodies, as snails do shells, you will remain in outer darkness. (1863)"
  3738.   (1863.23) Lyell Antiq. Man 2 "The remains..may have subsequently been mingled..and confounded together in one and the same deposit. (1863)"
  3739.   (1863.24) Lyell Antiq. Man xx. 403 "Remains of an enaliosaur..in the coal of Nova Scotia. (1863)"
  3740.   (1863.25) Lyell Antiq. Man 35 "All the remains of organic bodies found during the excavations belonged to living species. (1863)"
  3741.   (1863.26) Lyell Antiq. Man 8, "I have spoken of the embedding of organic bodies and human remains in peat. (1863)"
  3742.   (1863.27) Lyell Antiq. Man 2 "The remains of living beings which have peopled the district at more than one era may have subsequently been mingled in such caverns. (1863)"
  3743.   (1863.28) Mayne Reid Croquet 34 "If a ball, after running a bridge, strike an obstacle, and recoil back through the bridge, the run remains good. (1863)"
  3744.   (1863.29) Mrs. C. Clarke Shaks. Char. x. 255 "It remained for Shakespeare to assert in behalf of his sisterhood a claim to the higher endowments of intellectuality. (1863)"
  3745.   (1863.30) P. Barry Dockyard Econ. 128 "To allow the unlaunched ship to remain and rot. (1863)"
  3746.   (1863.31) R. Townsend Mod. Geom. I. vii. 145 "Thus, for instance, in a tetrastigm or tetragram every line of connection of two points or point of intersection of two lines is said to be the opposite of that of the remaining two. (1863)"
  3747.   (1863.32) R. Townsend Mod. Geom. I. 145 "In a hexastigm or hexagram every triangle determined by three points or lines is said to be the opposite of that determined by the remaining three. (1863)"
  3748.   (1863.33) Sala Capt. Dangerous I. viii. 220, "I remained under charge of Ciceley of the Cindery. (1863)"
  3749.   (1863.34) Watts Dict. Chem. I. 759 "If the supply of air is limited, only the more volatile ingredients [of wood] burn away, and the greater part of the carbon remains behind. This is the principle of the process of *charcoal-burning. (1863)"
  3750.   (1863.35) Watts Dict. Chem. I. 297 "Oil of anise..appears to consist of two distinct oils, one of which solidifies at temperatures below 10°., while the other remains fluid at all temperatures. The former is generally known as anethol or anise-camphor. (1863)"
  3751.   (1863.36) W. C. Baldwin Afr. Hunting ix. 377 "The lions had killed two zebras..and I set a stell (a spring gun) for them by the remains of one of the zebras. (1863)"
  3752.   (1863.37) Whyte Melville Gladiators 367 "Not a vestige remained of halter or tethering ropes. (1863)"
  3753.   (1863.38) All Y. Round 11 July 467/1 "Ailanthine sericulture would remain in great measure unproductive. (1863)"
  3754.   (1863.39) Gardener's Chron. 23 May 493 "The Silver Weed is a great pest in the arable field, and especially where some damp spots remain. (1863)"
  3755.   (1863.40) Pilgrimage over Prairies I. 275 "Seeing how certain was my fate, remaining where I was, I darted towards the bank, to engage the fell sagittary at close quarters. (1863)"
  3756.   (1863-72.1) Watts Dict. Chem. I. 138 s.v. Alloxanic Acid, "An aqueous solution of alloxanic acid is decomposed by boiling, carbonic anhydride being abundantly evolved, and two new bodies formed, one of which..difluan, remains in solution, but may be precipitated by alcohol. (1863-"
  3757.   (1863-72.2) Watts Dict. Chem. s.v. Colocynthitin, "[When] the alcoholic extract of bitter apple..is treated with water, colocynthitin remains undissolved..It is soluble in ether. (1863-"
  3758.   (1864.1) Daily Tel. 16 Aug., "In spirit Mr. Dicey remains *ubiquitously impartial. (1864)"
  3759.   (1864.2) A. S. Atkinson Jrnl. 19 Apr. in Richmond-Atkinson Papers (1960) II. 107 "She sat down, began tangi-ing,..&. so they remained for some minutes. (1864)"
  3760.   (1864.3) Boutell Her. Hist. &. Pop. xiii. 132 "The Tabard remains in use as the Official Habit of Heralds. (1864)"
  3761.   (1864.4) C. M. Yonge Trial I. ix. 172 "Depend upon it, the late lamented will remain in the ascendant till there are no breakers ahead. (1864)"
  3762.   (1864.5) Duke of Manchester Court &. Soc. Eliz. to Anne I. 81 "Her house remained full of dons and pages, ladies and abigails. (1864)"
  3763.   (1864.6) Day in Geol. Mag. I. 61 "They were not mixed up with Saurian remains, or those of any other species of Hybodus. (1864)"
  3764.   (1864.7) Eliz. Murray E. Norman I. 190 "If you remain here, in a few years you will be colonialized. (1864)"
  3765.   (1864.8) Ferrier Grk. Philos. (1866) I. iv. 92 "Construct our skeleton as we best may, and..give it..some semblance to the remains of an organic creature. (1864)"
  3766.   (1864.9) Gesner Coal, Petrol., etc. (1865) 53 "They contain the remains of sphagneous plants and woody fibre. (1864)"
  3767.   (1864.10) Hazlitt E.P. Poetry IV. 1 "Many pamphlets..remain to us only in a single exemplar. (1864)"
  3768.   (1864.11) J. H. Lupton Wakefield Worthies 242 "The supposition..that Low Hill is a Druidical remain. (1864)"
  3769.   (1864.12) J. Rogers New Rush II. 27 "The heavier gold remaining on the slide. (1864)"
  3770.   (1864.13) J. H. Newman Apol. iv. §.2 (1904) 133/1 "In the interval of which it remains to speak. (1864)"
  3771.   (1864.14) Kingsley Rom. &. Teut. 40 "Intellect and virtue remain..embryotic. (1864)"
  3772.   (1864.15) Kingsley Rom. &. Teut. 239 "The solitaries of the Thebaid found that they became selfish wild beasts, or went mad, if they remained alone. (1864)"
  3773.   (1864.16) Ld. Deas in Scots Revised Rep. Ser. iii. (1902) III. 330 "The right of property in the lands remained with the wadsetter, subject to the burden of the wadset; and when the wadset was subsequently discharged, that burden was effectually wiped off. (1864)"
  3774.   (1864.17) Lewins Her Majesty's Mails 265 "It only remains to refer for a moment to the timbromanie or stamp mania. (1864)"
  3775.   (1864.18) Pusey Lect. Daniel ix. 561 "It is man's own fault, if..he remain in, or apostatise into, a state of nature. (1864)"
  3776.   (1864.19) Trevelyan Compet. Wallah (1866) 301 "He must go through the dreary remainder of life uncheered by friendship. (1864)"
  3777.   (1864.20) Tennyson Aylmer's F. 294 "The sole succeeder to their wealth,..The last remaining pillar of their house. (1864)"
  3778.   (1864.21) W. Pole Th. Whist (1870) 18 "Strengthening play is getting rid of high cards in any suit, the effect of which is to give an improved value to the lower cards of that suit still remaining in, and so to strengthen the hand that holds them. (1864)"
  3779.   (1864.22) Blackheathen 9/1 "`Hacking first man up'..remains at present quite a Rugby rule. (1864)"
  3780.   (1864.23) Chamb. Encycl. VI. 262/2 "Magnets, when freshly magnetised, are sometimes more powerful than they afterwards become. In that case, they gradually fall off in strength, till they reach a point at which their strength remains constant. This is called the point of saturation. (1864)"
  3781.   (1864.24) Chambers' Bk. of Days II. 67/2 "It was as a means of devising a severe mode of punishment short of death that the Hulks on the Thames were introduced, in 1776... These prison-ships have sometimes been constructed for this special purpose, and yet the term `hulk' remains in use as a short and easy designation. (1864)"
  3782.   (1864.25) Chambers' Bk. Days II. 233/2 "The heads of these two [Jacobites executed in 1746] were..stuck over Temple Bar, where they remained till 1772. (1864)"
  3783.   (1864.26) Daily Tel. 7 Dec., "A ding-dong race ensued for the remainder of the distance. (1864)"
  3784.   (1864.27) Linnet's Trial I. i. iii. 72, "I only came for a couple of days..and I intended to have remained incognito. (1864)"
  3785.   (1864.28) Quain's Anat. (ed. 7) i. 66 "The remaining part..is named Meckel's cartilage after its first describer. (1864)"
  3786.   (1864.29) Realm 11 May 5 "He has preferred to remain..unenriched by the events which have enriched..others. (1864)"
  3787.   (1864.30) Social Sc. Rev. 403 "Four-wheeled Clarence Cabs, seated for four passengers within and one in addition to the driver without, have long remained without any material alteration. (1864)"
  3788.   (1864.31) Sat. Rev. 10 Dec. 726/1 "All spiritual belief came to be laughed at.. There was no more account of Stahl and `animism.' Nothing but sheer materialism remained. (1864)"
  3789.   (1864.32) Spectator 9 Apr. 423 "The greater part of periodical literature is meant to be, and ought to remain, fugitive. (1864)"
  3790.   (1864.33) Trans. Linn. Soc. XXV. 35 "There remain therefore only the characters of the perfect insect, the most important of which are the anal valves in the male. These..are furnished with projecting points or spines..which serve to attach the male more firmly to the female in copulâ.. (1864)"
  3791.   (1865.1) Baring-Gould Werewolves x. 175 "A gigantic man with few of the dracontine attributes remaining. (1865)"
  3792.   (1865.2) Baring-Gould Werewolves viii. 100 "The traditional belief in *were-wolfism must, however, have remained long in the popular mind. (1865)"
  3793.   (1865.3) Carlyle Fredk. Gt. xix. viii. (1872) VIII. 249 "Who the perpetrator of this Parisian maleficence was, remained dark. (1865)"
  3794.   (1865.4) F. B. Palliser Hist. Lace xiii. 171 "A few observations remain to be made respecting the dates of Alen&ccdil.on point. (1865)"
  3795.   (1865.5) G. F. Berkeley Life &. Recoll. II. 313, "I never found the remains of a tench..where were what we denominate the `Spoils' of an otter. (1865)"
  3796.   (1865.6) Geikie Scen. &. Geol. Scot. vi. 138 "Even with such doubtful forms, the two main systems remain tolerably persistent. (1865)"
  3797.   (1865.7) J. Wylde in Circ. Sci. I. 249/2 "The magnetic effect remains for some time; and this is called residuary magnetism. (1865)"
  3798.   (1865.8) Kingsley Herew. xxxv, "It will be as well for some of us to remain here; and, spreading our men along the wood-side, prevent the escape of the villains. (1865)"
  3799.   (1865.9) Lubbock Preh. Times 237 "The remains of the *cave-bear are abundant in Central Europe. (1865)"
  3800.   (1865.10) Lubbock Preh. Times ii. 29 "At the end of the coffin were found traces of leather, doubtless the remains of boots. (1865)"
  3801.   (1865.11) Lubbock Preh. Times 392 "These circles were at first supposed to be the remains of winter-houses. (1865)"
  3802.   (1865.12) Lubbock Preh. Times 63 "There are..other remains of great interest, such, for example, as..the `*Hut-circles'. (1865)"
  3803.   (1865.13) Livingstone Zambesi xxi. 434 "It is dangerous to remain in their villages at this time of year when kidnappers are abroad. (1865)"
  3804.   (1865.14) Lubbock Preh. Times 323 "Even if the embankment had remained intact to this day. (1865)"
  3805.   (1865.15) Merivale Rom. Emp. VIII. lxiv. 100 "The last remains we possess of classical Latinity are the biographies of the later emperors. (1865)"
  3806.   (1865.16) Merivale Rom. Emp. VIII. lxiv. 126 "Remains have been detected, at the bottom of the lucent Nemi, of a wooden ship or raft. (1865)"
  3807.   (1865.17) Page Handbk. Geol. Terms, "Stonesfield Slate,..celebrated for its being the rock in which English geologists first detected mammalian remains..of Secondary epoch. (1865)"
  3808.   (1865.18) Pusey in Liddon, etc. Life (1897) IV. iii. 80 "We cannot divide Holy Scripture or Christianity, polypus-like, so that one part might be cut off, and the rest remain in the same life as before. (1865)"
  3809.   (1865.19) Pusey Truth Eng. Ch. 60 "S. Meletius remained in the communion of the Easterns. (1865)"
  3810.   (1865.20) Tylor Early Hist. Man. vi. 124 "This practice, Pliny adds, still remains in the pontifical discipline. (1865)"
  3811.   (1865.21) Tylor Early Hist. Man. xi. 306 "In the post-pliocene of Brazil, remains have been preserved of an extinct ape. (1865)"
  3812.   (1865.22) Trench Gustavus Adolphus ii. 76 "Which, though not absolutely untellable, had yet better remain untold. (1865)"
  3813.   (1865.23) Tylor Early Hist. Man. i. 7 "They think that in sleep the soul sometimes remains in the body, and sometimes leaves it, and travels far away. (1865)"
  3814.   (1865.24) T. Wright Hist. Caricat. xvi. (1875) 277 "The word interlude remained long in our language as applied to such short and simple dramatic pieces as we may suppose to have formed the drolleries of the mysteries. (1865)"
  3815.   (1865.25) W. M. Rossetti Fine Art (1867) 276 "The two remaining contributions..are Japanese subjects, unsurpassed in delicate aberrances and intricate hap&dubh.hazards of colour. (1865)"
  3816.   (1865.26) Athen&ae.aeig;um 8 July 49 "The tower remained *dial-less as before. (1865)"
  3817.   (1865.27) Chambers's Encycl. VII. 301/2 "The parsnip..is apt to become rusty, if allowed to remain too long in the ground. (1865)"
  3818.   (1865.28) Daily Tel. 12 Apr. 3 "As long as this part of the Mississippi remained to the Confederates all the produce of the transfluvian region was theirs. (1865)"
  3819.   (1865.29) Detroit Tribune 6 Oct. 3/1 "The raiders remained in the back room some minutes without making any demonstration, and Smith in the meantime `froze' to the door latch. (1865)"
  3820.   (1865.30) Englishm. Mag. Feb. 158 "Though Homer assures us that..Polybius and Machaon excelled in the healing art, nothing..remains to throw any light upon their vitalistic theories. (1865)"
  3821.   (1865.31) Hotten's Slang Dict., "Manablins, broken victuals. Menavelings, odd money remaining after the daily accounts are made up at a railway booking-office,-usually divided among the clerks. (1865)"
  3822.   (1865.32) Massachusetts Hist. Soc. Coll. VII. 584 "John, the third son of James Rogers, of New London, and the founder of the sect of Rogerenes, of whom a small number still remain in that vicinity. (1865)"
  3823.   (1865.33) N. &. Q. VII. 510/2 (Advt.), "`Remainders' of valuable books, all in new condition, at greatly reduced prices. (1865)"
  3824.   (1865.34) Pall Mall Gaz. 23 Sept. 6/2 "Above the vaults the original Turkish bath, or `stew,' remains in good preservation. (1865)"
  3825.   (1865.35) Sat. Rev. 7 Jan. 18/1 "The law of entail enables a landowner..to give to a person yet unborn the remaindership of his estate. (1865)"
  3826.   (1865.36) tr. Erckmann-Chatrian's Waterloo ii. 10, "I had rather remain poor and hardworking, than become rich and well-thought-of in this manner. (1865)"
  3827.   (1865-72.1) Watts Dict. Chem. III. 248 "The indiretin which still remains in solution is separated by ammonia. (1865-"
  3828.   (1865-72.2) Watts Dict. Chem. III. 237 "Half the bromine is precipitated as bromide of silver, while the other half remains in solution as hypobromous acid. (1865-"
  3829.   (1865-72.3) Watts Dict. Chem. III. 314 "The black scales which remain when native platinum is dissolved in nitromuriatic acid were found by Smithson Tennant to consist of an alloy of two metals, iridium and osmium, hence called iridosmine. (1865-"
  3830.   (1866.1) Alger Solit. Nat. &. Man iv. 288 "While Winander, Fairfield and Rydal remain, to all visionary minds his [sc. Wordsworth's] wraith will haunt them. (1866)"
  3831.   (1866.2) A. Flint Princ. Med. (1880) 147 "Thoracentesis..is admissible whenever the pleural cavity remains filled with liquid after a brief trial of the measures designed to promote absorption. (1866)"
  3832.   (1866.3) Bryant Death Slavery vii, "There shall the grim block remain, At which the slave was sold. (1866)"
  3833.   (1866.4) Crump Banking ii. 70 "It would remain in the power of the tribunal..to sponge from their name the least suspicion. (1866)"
  3834.   (1866.5) G. Stephens Runic Mon. I. 25 "The remaining withering-away of the N in Scandinavia is in the infinitive. (1866)"
  3835.   (1866.6) G. Macdonald Ann. Q. Neighb. xxvii, "But my love did not long remain skulking thus behind the hedge of honour. (1866)"
  3836.   (1866.7) Huxley Physiol. iv. (1869) 104 "About as much more in addition to this remains in the chest after an ordinary expiration, and is called Supplemental air. (1866)"
  3837.   (1866.8) Lecky Ration. II. 380 "To reduce, by increased concurrence, the wages of the remainder. (1866)"
  3838.   (1866.9) Le Fanu All in Dark v, "Their entertainer remained behind unstrung and melancholic. (1866)"
  3839.   (1866.10) Mrs. H. Wood St. Martin's Eve xxxii, "If Charlotte did remain with them, she should not stand any domineering. (1866)"
  3840.   (1866.11) Mayne Reid Headless Horseman xvi. 88 "It remains to be seen how we shall get over it. (1866)"
  3841.   (1866.12) Neale Sequences &. Hymns 130 "Wedded troth remains as firm, and wedded love as pure. (1866)"
  3842.   (1866.13) Neale Sequences &. Hymns 130 "And wedded troth remains as firm, and wedded love as pure. (1866)"
  3843.   (1866.14) R. W. Dale Disc. Spec. Occ. ii. 39 "As some boys remain dunces though they are sent to the best schools. (1866)"
  3844.   (1866.15) Roscoe Elem. Chem. 242 "Amongst the carbon compounds some radicals exist in which more than one combining power remains unsaturated, and which therefore act as polyatomic radicals. (1866)"
  3845.   (1866.16) Visct. Strangford Selections (1869) II. 319, "I am..content to remain unknown, and successful in self-effacement. (1866)"
  3846.   (1866.17) Young Fires 59 "Nothing remained but the red-hot skeleton or shell of the building. (1866)"
  3847.   (1866.18) Church Times 28 Apr., "The idea that there is no substance, that is to say, no breadness of the Bread remaining. (1866)"
  3848.   (1866.19) Cornhill Mag. May 539 "Gaul was Latinized in language, manners, and laws, and yet her people remained essentially Celtic. (1866)"
  3849.   (1866.20) Daily Tel. 7 Nov., "We were only blown over on our other bilge, and remained fast. (1866)"
  3850.   (1866.21) Illust. Lond. News 2 June 546 "The fashionable bottines have merely the toes of leather, the remainder of the boot being of some thin textile fabric. (1866)"
  3851.   (1866.22) Notices Proc. R. Inst. Gt. Brit. IV. 417 "The two nitrogen arms which are left exposed sufficiently indicate that two attraction units remain unsaturated. (1866)"
  3852.   (1866.23) Reader July 676 "The remaining part of the book respects man's position. (1866)"
  3853.   (1866.24) Sat. Rev. 21 July 66/1 "The Quadrilateral and Venice still remain in the hands of the Austrians. (1866)"
  3854.   (1866.25) Treas. Bot., "Collenchyma..usually absorbed, but remaining and assuming a definite form in some plants, as in orchids. (1866)"
  3855.   (1866-8.1) Watts Dict. Chem. IV. 369 "When pectin..is heated to 200°., water and carbonic anhydride are evolved, and *pyropectic acid remains in the form of a black substance, insoluble in water, but soluble in alkaline liquids... Fr&eacu.my deduces the formula C14H18O9. (1866-"
  3856.   (1866-80.1) A. Flint Princ. Med. (ed. 5) 41 "The term hypertrophy is applied to enlargement of a part from an increase of its normal constituents, the structure and arrangement remaining essentially unaltered. (1866-"
  3857.   (1867.1) A. J. Ellis E.E. Pronunc. i. iv. 342 "It must remain an undecided question whether Chaucer would or would not have elided the vowel. (1867)"
  3858.   (1867.2) A. Barry Sir C. Barry vii. 244 "Some remains of the objectionable distortion at the entrance from S. Stephen's Hall. (1867)"
  3859.   (1867.3) A. J. Evans St. Elmo xvii. 232 "It remains to be seen whether a grand success is not destined to crown it. Mark you! The grapple is not quite over. (1867)"
  3860.   (1867.4) C. Walford Insur. Guide 329 "There will still remain..a considerable surplus, after paying all proper expenses, out of the loading of the premiums. (1867)"
  3861.   (1867.5) E. Yates Forlorn Hope xxix. 392, "I went abroad, and remained grizzling and feeding on my own heart for months. (1867)"
  3862.   (1867.6) Emerson Lett. &. Soc. Aims Wks. (Bohn) III. 227 "Our..architecture [is] tent-like, when compared with the monumental solidity of medi&ae.aeig;val..remains in Europe and Asia. (1867)"
  3863.   (1867.7) F. Francis Angling i. (1880) 58 "If the fish remain shy, leave the swim for a couple of hours. (1867)"
  3864.   (1867.8) Freeman Norm. Conq. I. iv. §.3. 206 "Charles remained for some while a puppet in the hands of Herbert. (1867)"
  3865.   (1867.9) Freeman Norm. Conq. I. v. 338 "Up to the time of &Ae.AElig;thelstan Exeter had remained..a common possession of Teutonic and Celtic inhabitants. No doubt there was an English and a Welsh town, an Englishry and a Welshry. (1867)"
  3866.   (1867.10) J. Hogg Microsc. ii. ii. 389 "Remains of the dead sponge, empty gemmule-cases with their amphidiscs. (1867)"
  3867.   (1867.11) J. Y. Simpson Arch. Sculpt. 7 "In the centres of the remaining six series of circles there are no *cup-markings. (1867)"
  3868.   (1867.12) J. Hogg Microsc. ii. iii. 562 "There remains..the ambulacral vessels of the Echinodermata. These are frequently termed `*water-vessels'. (1867)"
  3869.   (1867.13) Lady Herbert Cradle L. iii. 79 "The rude rock remains uncovered. (1867)"
  3870.   (1867.14) Latham Black &. White 115 "Here we remain, still prisoners at Fortress Monro..the steamboat never came to take passengers to Norfolk. (1867)"
  3871.   (1867.15) Lady Herbert Cradle L. iii. 103 "It soon fell into decay, and remained a *semi-ruin. (1867)"
  3872.   (1867.16) Maudsley Physiol. Mind 147 "Many of the remaining actions..are really respondent to an idea or emotion. (1867)"
  3873.   (1867.17) Pusey Eleven Addr. ix. (1908) 108 "It is a graver thing, if a duty, impressed on us in our very earliest childhood,..remained stunted to its then measure. (1867)"
  3874.   (1867.18) Smyth Sailor's Word-bk., "Standing Warrants, those officers who remain with a ship in ordinary, or on the stocks, as the gunner, carpenter, boatswain, and cook, and till 1814 the purser. (1867)"
  3875.   (1867.19) Smyth Sailor's Word-bk., "Genouillere, that part of a battery which remains above the platform, and under the gun after the opening of the embrasure. Of course a knee-step. (1867)"
  3876.   (1867.20) Smiles Huguenots Eng. iv. (1880) 55 "The people who remained were at length terrified into orthodoxy. (1867)"
  3877.   (1867.21) Smyth Sailor's Word-bk., "*Pivot-ship, in certain fleet evolutions, the sternmost ship remains stationary, as a pivot on which the other vessels are to form the line anew. (1867)"
  3878.   (1867.22) Smyth Sailor's Work-bk, "Watch,..the word is also applied to the time during which the watch remains on deck, usually four hours, with the exception of the dog-watches. (1867)"
  3879.   (1867.23) Smyth Sailor's Word-bk., "Lie off! an order given to a boat to remain off on her oars till permission is given for her to come alongside. (1867)"
  3880.   (1867.24) Smyth Sailor's Word-bk. 103 "A ship is `brought up to a bitter' when the cable is allowed to run out to that stop..When a chain or rope is paid out to the bitter-end, no more remains to be let go. (1867)"
  3881.   (1867.25) Smyth Sailor's Word-bk., "Winter-quarters,..in Arctic parlance, the spot where ships are to remain housed during the winter months-from the 1st October to the 1st July or August. (1867)"
  3882.   (1867.26) Smyth Sailor's Word-bk. 705 "Ullage, the remainder in a cask or package which has leaked or been partially used. (1867)"
  3883.   (1867.27) Smyth Sailor's Word-bk., "Weather-coil, when a ship has her head brought about, so as to lie that way which her stern did before, as by the veering of the wind; or the motion of the helm, the sails remaining trimmed. Weather-coiling, a ship resuming her course after being taken aback; rounding off by a stern-board, and coming up to it again. (1867)"
  3884.   (1867.28) Thomson &. Tait Nat. Phil. I. i. §.40 "The remainder of the curve satisfies a modified form of statement of the original question, and is called the Curve of Flight. (1867)"
  3885.   (1867.29) Thomson &. Tait Treat. Nat. Philos. I. i. 130 "A free point has three degrees of freedom, inasmuch as the most general displacement which it can take is resolvable into three, parallel respectively to any three directions, and independent of each other... If the point be constrained to remain always on a given surface, one degree of constraint is introduced, or there are left but two degrees of freedom. (1867)"
  3886.   (1867.30) Trollope Chron. Barset I. xliii. 381 "The embalming of her dear remains. (1867)"
  3887.   (1867.31) W. W. Smyth Coal &. Coal-mining 120 "The roads which should remain open as thoroughfares for the working of the distant parts of the `royalty' or field of operations. (1867)"
  3888.   (1867.32) Walker Ritual Reason Why 113 "Sanctus-bell-cotes remain in many of our churches. (1867)"
  3889.   (1867.33) W. W. Smyth Coal &. Coal-mining 132 "The workings are closely filled with rubbish, and there remain the isolated crept pillars, only accessible by fresh and dangerous workings. (1867)"
  3890.   (1867.34) Morn. Star 20 Sept. 7 "The converters can thus be worked with liquid iron direct from the blast furnaces, the iron remaining perfectly liquid during the short time of transit. (1867)"
  3891.   (1867.35) Aunt Carrie Popular Pastimes for Field &. Fireside 188 "Proverbs. The company select some one to leave the room; those remaining agree upon a proverb [etc.]. (1867)"
  3892.   (1868.1) Cussans Her. xvi. 191 "The title being imparticipable, it must necessarily remain unattached. (1868)"
  3893.   (1868.2) E. Edwards Sir W. Ralegh I. xxv. 612 "No hope remained of his validity in active service. (1868)"
  3894.   (1868.3) Freeman Norm. Conq. (1876) II. vii. 89 "An act which embittered the remainder of his days. (1868)"
  3895.   (1868.4) Holme Lee B. Godfrey xxxvi. 195 "He..remained standing by the centre-table. (1868)"
  3896.   (1868.5) J. W. Dawson in Proc. Amer. Assoc. Advancement Sci. XVI. 118 "These rocks..having been ascertained to be Devonian, there still remained an immense thickness of underlying rocks of uncertain age... It is proposed to call this series, represented in New Brunswick by the St. John slates, the Acadian Series. (1868)"
  3897.   (1868.6) Kinglake Crimea (1877) IV. ix. 230 "It is only by an isthmus..of high land that the triangular quoin remains joined to the bulk of the Chersonese. (1868)"
  3898.   (1868.7) Lockyer Guillemin's Heavens (ed. 3) 186 "The Sun, actually already below the horizon, is raised up by refraction, and remains visible to us. (1868)"
  3899.   (1868.8) Lockyer Elem. Astron. ii. §.9 (1879) 52 "Coal is the remains of an ancient vegetation. (1868)"
  3900.   (1868.9) Lyell Princ. Geol. (ed. 10) II. iii. xli. 420 "We probably still remain ignorant of many means of transoceanic migration. (1868)"
  3901.   (1868.10) M. Pattison Academ. Org. v. 192 "The distinction..will always remain as fundamental between the liberal and professional. (1868)"
  3902.   (1868.11) Milman St. Paul's 41 "The godless John alone remained unsmitten, untouched. (1868)"
  3903.   (1868.12) Miss Yonge Cameos I. iii. 21 "He himself remained to misdirect the pursuers. (1868)"
  3904.   (1868.13) Q. Victoria Life in Highl. 22 "Part of the old castle and the archway remains. (1868)"
  3905.   (1868.14) Rogers Pol. Econ. iii. (1876) 20 "The relative values of food, clothing, metals, and sea-carriage remain the same. (1868)"
  3906.   (1868.15) Rogers Pol. Econ. xii. (ed. 3) 165 "As the rent of land is that which remains over and above the cost of production, it is paid last, i.e. when all the other contributories are satisfied. (1868)"
  3907.   (1868.16) Stephens Runic Mon. II. 879 "A meaning in harmony with a whole class of numismatic remains. (1868)"
  3908.   (1868.17) Seyd Bullion (1880) 278 "A well made Matrice will remain in use for about 15 years. (1868)"
  3909.   (1868.18) Trollope He knew he was Right (1869) II. li. 15 "You can remain a few minutes longer. The fact is, I've got something I want to say to you. (1868)"
  3910.   (1868.19) Watts Dict. Chem. V. 1051 "Xanthinine. C4H3N3O2... A base produced..by heating thionurate of ammonium to 200°.... On boiling the resulting mass with water, the xanthinine remains as a yellow powder. (1868)"
  3911.   (1868.20) Watts Dict. Chem. V. 926 "When turpethin is dissolved in warm baryta-water, the baryta removed [etc.], turpethic acid remains as an amorphous yellowish mass. (1868)"
  3912.   (1868.21) W. James Let. 5 Apr. in R. B. Perry Tht. &. Char. W. James (1935) I. xv. 269 "To the Greeks a thing was evil only transiently and accidentally... Bystanders could remain careless and untouched-no after-brooding, no disinterested hatred of it in se, and questioning of its right to darken the world. (1868)"
  3913.   (1868.22) Pall Mall G. 2 Dec. 8 "The Law Advisership to the Castle is the most important of the remaining appointments. (1868)"
  3914.   (1868.23) Rep. U.S. Comm. Agric. (1869) 42 "The remaining twenty-four..were put in the *sheep-barn. (1868)"
  3915.   (1868.24) Rep. U.S. Commissioner Agric. (1869) 297 "The remains of the uneaten leaves must be carefully taken away. (1868)"
  3916.   (1868.25) Rep. to Govt. U.S. Munitions War 120 "It [the ore] is then allowed to remain exposed to the air for a time long enough to permit the small traces of sulphur to be dissipated, [etc.]... This process is termed maceration. (1868)"
  3917.   (1869.1) Boutell Arms &. Arm. vi. (1874) 84 "When the dart is discharged, the wummera, or throw-stick,..remains in the warrior's hand. (1869)"
  3918.   (1869.2) Farrar Fam. Speech i. (1873) 9 "The problems remained unsolved, because the sinologues had known no Sanskrit, and the Indianists had known no Chinese. (1869)"
  3919.   (1869.3) Huxley Lay Serm. xi. (1870) 273 "Sir W. Thomson..shows that *meteor-dust..would account for the remainder of retardation. (1869)"
  3920.   (1869.4) J. H. Browne Great Metropolis 327 "A large number remain open, pretending to sell nothing but `temperance drinks'. (1869)"
  3921.   (1869.5) J. Martineau Ess. II. 250 "This hint has not been permitted to remain unfruitful. (1869)"
  3922.   (1869.6) J. Conington Horace, Sat. (1874) 17 "Still The bard remains, unlimb him as you will. (1869)"
  3923.   (1869.7) Ouseley Counterp. xv. 95 "The intervals between the notes remain unchanged by the imitation. When such is the case, the imitation is said to be strict or regular. (1869)"
  3924.   (1869.8) Ouseley Counterp. xvi. 122 "Double counterpoint at the tenth is that in which either of the parts is transposed a tenth, the other remaining unmoved. (1869)"
  3925.   (1869.9) Ruskin Q. of Air §.157 "Remnants of tradition..which remain ungleaned. (1869)"
  3926.   (1869.10) Rawlinson Anc. Hist. 2 "Antiquities, or the actual extant remains of ancient times. (1869)"
  3927.   (1869.11) Roscoe Elem. Chem. 159 "If common sodium phosphate be heated to redness, water is driven off, sodium pyrophosphate remains. (1869)"
  3928.   (1869.12) T. H. Tanner Pract. Med. (ed. 6) II. 349 "Where the uterus is bent and its fundus fixed to the right or left side, the cervix remaining in the median line (latero&dubh.flexion) this deviation from the natural position will [etc.]. (1869)"
  3929.   (1869.13) Tyndall Notes on Light 40 "Colour is due to the extinction of certain constituents of the white light within the body, the remaining constituents which return to the eye imparting to the body its colour. (1869)"
  3930.   (1869.14) Tyndall Notes Lect. Light 27 "An electric spark is sensibly instantaneous; but the impression it makes upon the eye remains for some time after the spark has passed away... Wheatstone's Photometer is based on this persistence. (1869)"
  3931.   (1869.15) Tozer Highl. Turkey II. 201 "Of..the proscenium there are no remains. (1869)"
  3932.   (1869.16) Tozer Highl. Turkey II. 201 "These scenic edifices are amongst the most interesting..remains that have come down..from antiquity. (1869)"
  3933.   (1869.17) Wallace Malay Archip. (ed. 10) 272 "The skeleton of his little *sleeping-hut remained. (1869)"
  3934.   (1869.18) Daily News 11 June, "The reflective faculty remains in undisturbed repose. As the French say, it does not `functionate'. (1869)"
  3935.   (1869.19) Latest News 5 Sept. 16 "So fierce was the fire, that the glass in the roof melted; but the iron girders remained in their places. (1869)"
  3936.   (1869.20) N. &. Q. Ser. iv. III. 145 "The remaining verses..of the following amphigory. (1869)"
  3937.   (1869.21) Times 11 June 4/2 "Some..will be formally incorporated into the language.., while others may remain emblems of Ruskinese and Carlylism. (1869)"
  3938.   (1870.1) Baring-Gould In Exitu Israel I. viii. 118 "There remained still one of Gabrielle's dresses uncoffered. (1870)"
  3939.   (1870.2) Bowen Logic ix. 293 "The Catholics had a right to feel aggrieved that these laws should be permitted to remain in the statute book. (1870)"
  3940.   (1870.3) Bryant Iliad xix. II. 230 "The body shall remain Even more than uncorrupted. (1870)"
  3941.   (1870.4) Bentley Bot. 171 "When they remain as little leaflets on each side of the base of the petiole, but quite distinct from it, they are called caulinary. (1870)"
  3942.   (1870.5) D. J. Kirwan Palace &. Hovel xxxii. 481 "When the dancing places..close, this door remains open to catch all stray night birds who can find no other resting place. (1870)"
  3943.   (1870.6) E. R. Lankester in Q. Jrnl. Geol. Soc. XXVI. 499, "I have..spent a good deal of time in working at the nodules, which I propose to call `*Box-stones', since the name of `boxes' has been applied to those which exhibit the remains of a shell on being broken open by the phosphate-diggers of Suffolk. (1870)"
  3944.   (1870.7) Flower Osteol. Mamm. i. (1876) 3 "The remaining Monodelphian Mammals are:-i. Primates. (1870)"
  3945.   (1870.8) Farrar Witn. Hist. i. (1871) 5 "Confidence, that even amid the decuman billows of modern scepticism it [the Church] shall remain immovable. (1870)"
  3946.   (1870.9) H. Macmillan Bible Teach. viii. 153 "These plants die, and form by their decomposing remains a rich and fertile mould. (1870)"
  3947.   (1870.10) Howorth in Jrnl. Ethnol. Soc. (N.S.) II. 87 "The remains of the Ouigour literature. (1870)"
  3948.   (1870.11) Hawthorne Eng. Note-bks. I. 471 "The remains [of Hastings Castle] being somewhat scanty and scraggling. (1870)"
  3949.   (1870.12) H. A. Nicholson Man. Zool. (1875) 302 "The earliest known insects..consist of the remains of Neuroptera. (1870)"
  3950.   (1870.13) H. Spencer Psychology (ed. 2) I. ii. i. 148 "Mind remains unclassable and therefore unknowable. (1870)"
  3951.   (1870.14) Lowell Among my Bks. Ser. i. (1873) 226 "He..remained always its born and questionless master. (1870)"
  3952.   (1870.15) M. Glover Guide Isle of Man 189 "Such as are intended for red herrings are first `royled', or rubbed with salt, in which they remain for two or three days. (1870)"
  3953.   (1870.16) Miss Bridgman Ro. Lynne xiii, "The carpets..remained hidden from sight by the cleanest of druggets. (1870)"
  3954.   (1870.17) Nicholson Zool. 210 "In some of the Hemiptera..the apices [of the anterior wings] remain membranous, and to these the term `hemelytra' is applied. (1870)"
  3955.   (1870.18) Nicholson Man. Zool. I. 96 "There are no fossil remains which would be universally conceded to be of a Hydrozoal nature. (1870)"
  3956.   (1870.19) Rolleston Anim. Life p. xxv, "`Phylogenies', or hypothetical genealogical pedigrees, reaching far out of modern periods, are likely to remain in the very highest degree arbitrary and problematical. (1870)"
  3957.   (1870.20) Rogers Hist. Gleanings Ser. ii. 93 "He took credit to himself that..her son remained stanch. (1870)"
  3958.   (1870.21) S. Gee Auscult. &. Percuss. ii. §.2 &page.1 "Whether the anapnograph will be more useful remains to be seen. (1870)"
  3959.   (1870.22) Athen&ae.aeig;um 2 July 8 "Enough would have remained, despite many errors, many seeings of things which cannot be seen, to leave the book..interesting. (1870)"
  3960.   (1870.23) Colburn's United Service Mag. 367 "The only thing then remaining to be done was to fit the Martini breech to the Henry barrel, and thus we have the Martini-Henry rifle complete. (1870)"
  3961.   (1870.24) Daily News 17 Dec., "The remaining forty, well armed, ammunitioned, and in good condition, established themselves in two or three private houses. (1870)"
  3962.   (1870.25) Daily News 16 Feb., "The remainder of the establishment consisting chiefly of the river frontage, will then be sold in plots. (1870)"
  3963.   (1870.26) Eng. Gilds 256 marg., "When only seven feoffees remain living, a re&dubh.enfeoffment, to fourteen, shall be made. (1870)"
  3964.   (1870.27) Mainland Guardian (New Westminster, B.C.) 16 Apr. 3/3 "There trip about a few Tenass-men, some with the remains of an old coat and beaver hat, and some [in] almost naked savagedom. (1870)"
  3965.   (1870.28) Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scotland VII. 154 "The distinctive terms for a house built with lime-mortar, or without it, remain the same... In the northern islands it is still a White-house, and in the Western Highlands it is Tigh-gal. (1870)"
  3966.   (1870.29) Standard 12 Dec., "Those battalions that still remained and paced briskly to and fro by their stacked arms to warm themselves. (1870)"
  3967.   (1871.1) A. J. C. Hare Walks in Rome I. vi. 277 "It has been decided that some remains which exist in the garden of the Villa Mills (now a Convent of Visitandine Nuns) are those of the House of Hortensius. (1871)"
  3968.   (1871.2) A. Meadows Manual of Midwifery (ed. 2) iii. ii. 156 "The placenta, which..still remains for awhile in utero. (1871)"
  3969.   (1871.3) A. Meadows Man. Midwifery (ed. 2) 54 "The tubes..sometimes remaining throughout single, but at other times dividing and uniting again. (1871)"
  3970.   (1871.4) Blackie Phases Mor. i. 14 "Whether he would remain all night standing in that reverie. (1871)"
  3971.   (1871.5) Blackie Four Phases i. 148 "He remained in ward thirty days, till the sacred ship should return from the Delian festival. (1871)"
  3972.   (1871.6) B. Stewart Heat (ed. 2) §.387 "The pressure of the residual air which remained in the vacuum chamber. (1871)"
  3973.   (1871.7) Blackie Four Phases i. 151 "He stood guarantee that I should remain and wait the result of the trial. (1871)"
  3974.   (1871.8) B. Stewart Heat §.60 "Provided the temperature remain the same the volume which a gas occupies is inversely proportional [etc.]. (1871)"
  3975.   (1871.9) B. Taylor Faust (1875) I. xi. 136 "Thou art and thou remain'st a sophist, liar. (1871)"
  3976.   (1871.10) C. H. Owen Mod. Artillery 133 "The solid residue (from the powder) left within the bore after firing, would..foul the bore if allowed to remain in it; but this residue is got rid of by the lubricator. The lubricator consists of three parts. (1871)"
  3977.   (1871.11) Cooke Fungi (1874) 34 "The spinulose projections from the capillitium..are the remains of pedicels. (1871)"
  3978.   (1871.12) Freeman Norm. Conq. (1876) IV. xviii. 220 "The ruins of the Roman town still remained as a quarry; where all who would might seek materials for their own buildings. (1871)"
  3979.   (1871.13) Freeman Norm. Conq. xvii. IV. 80 "The coast..remained unharried by either friends or enemies. (1871)"
  3980.   (1871.14) Fraser Life &. Lett. Berkeley iii. 78 "The disentombed remains of Herculaneum. (1871)"
  3981.   (1871.15) H. Macmillan True Vine v. 223 "How often alas, is it true of the believer, that his fruit is shanked, remaining sour when it should become sweet and palatable!" (1871)"
  3982.   (1871.16) Huxley Anat. Inv. Anim. i. (1877) 57 "The venous system remains more or less lacunar. (1871)"
  3983.   (1871.17) Huxley Anat. Vert. v. 263 "It remains to be seen how far the *hypsilophodont modification extended among the Ornithoscelida. (1871)"
  3984.   (1871.18) Hartwig Subterr. W. ii. 10 "The aggregated remains of microscopical animals. (1871)"
  3985.   (1871.19) L. Stephen Playgr. Eur. (1894) iv. 100 "An ominous shake of the head supplied the remainder of the sentence. (1871)"
  3986.   (1871.20) Morley Carlyle in Crit. Misc. Ser. i. 237 "The most important question that we can ask of any great teacher, as of the walk and conversation of any commonest person, remains this, how far has he [etc.]. (1871)"
  3987.   (1871.21) R. W. Dale Commandm. ix. 231 "A rose, however you cultivate it, remains a rose. (1871)"
  3988.   (1871.22) Spurgeon Treas. David Ps. lxxxviii. 18 "The ear remains in suspense; until the majestic lxxxixth [psalm] shall burst upon it. (1871)"
  3989.   (1871.23) Tyndall Fragm. Sc. (ed. 6) II. iv. 51 "While the Non-ego shifts, the Ego remains the same. (1871)"
  3990.   (1871.24) T. C. Pope Council of Vatican 236 "He required a period of nearly six weeks to complete the remaining portion of the journey to Rome. He commenced the ascent of the Alpine reeks on a Friday. (1871)"
  3991.   (1871.25) Tyndall Fragm. Sc. (1879) I. ii. 48 "The light is cut away,..but an invisible thermograph remains. (1871)"
  3992.   (1871.26) Tylor Prim. Cult. II. 98 "To remain incarnate in the memory of friends is something. (1871)"
  3993.   (1871.27) Tylor Prim. Culture I. 19 "Arch&ae.aeig;ological inference from the remains of pre-historic tribes. (1871)"
  3994.   (1871.28) Tylor Prim. Cult. (1873) I. 102 "The Lavas of Birma, supposed to be the broken-down remains of a cultured race, and dreaded as man-tigers. (1871)"
  3995.   (1871.29) Wright Homes of Other Days ix. 140 "The number which remain lead us to believe that every gentleman's family possessed one of these rotular manuals of English history. (1871)"
  3996.   (1871.30) Cincinnati Comm. Apr. (Schele de Vere Americanisms 638) "Thereupon the doughty General subsided, but it would be a great mistake to suppose that he will remain silent. (1871)"
  3997.   (1871.31) Figure Training 79, "I had never..been suffered to remain unlaced one instant longer than was absolutely necessary. (1871)"
  3998.   (1871.32) M. Legrand Camb. Freshm. xi, "Newmarket Heath..is very little changed... The features of this matchless racecourse and training-ground remain pretty much the same. (1871)"
  3999.   (1871.33) tr. Schellen's Spectr. Anal. 338 "In the largest instruments the stars remain diskless. (1871)"
  4000.   (1872.1) Browning Fifine lxxx. 11 "Your steadying touch of hand Assists me to remain self-centred, fixed amid All on the move. (1872)"
  4001.   (1872.2) Carpenter in Gd. Words 700 "In..[the great Oolitic formation] we have remains of gigantic Reptiles (such as the Cetiosaurus). (1872)"
  4002.   (1872.3) Cohen Dis. Throat 205 "The surface of implantation at the basilary apophysis remained unequal and nodular. (1872)"
  4003.   (1872.4) E. W. Robertson Hist. Ess. 140 "The valuation of Bagimont..became the standard..of ecclesiastical assessment..lay lands remaining at the earlier standard known..as the Old Extent. (1872)"
  4004.   (1872.5) Howells Wedd. Journ. (1892) 172 "The wrecks of slavery..may yet out&dubh.flourish the remains of the feudal system in the kind of poetry they produce. (1872)"
  4005.   (1872.6) Hardy Under Greenwood Tree I. i. vi. 78 "The tunes they that morning essayed remained with him for years. (1872)"
  4006.   (1872.7) Hardwick Trad. Lanc. 220 "A thoroughgoing antiquarian would call this a Druidical remain. (1872)"
  4007.   (1872.8) M. Collins Pr. Clarice II. xix. 223 "His sole remaining eye aglare with furious light. (1872)"
  4008.   (1872.9) Nicholson Pal&ae.aeig;ont. 31 "When we exhume an old land-surface the remains of Mammals may be found in tolerable plenty. (1872)"
  4009.   (1872.10) Nicholson Pal&ae.aeig;ont. 92 "The chief remaining structures..are what are called `pali', `dissepiments', and `tabul&ae.aeig;'. (1872)"
  4010.   (1872.11) Nicholson Pal&ae.aeig;ont. 218 "In the Monomyary Bivalves it is the posterior adductor which remains, and the anterior adductor is absent. (1872)"
  4011.   (1872.12) Nicholson Biol. 15 "Life may remain in a dormant or `potential' condition for an apparently indefinite length of time. (1872)"
  4012.   (1872.13) Nicholson Pal&ae.aeig;ont. 501 "The lignites of Austria have yielded very numerous plant-remains. (1872)"
  4013.   (1872.14) Nicholson Pal&ae.aeig;ont. 356 "In the Permian Rocks the first undoubted Reptilian remains occur, the *Proterosaurus of this period being probably a Lacertilian. (1872)"
  4014.   (1872.15) Nicholson Pal&ae.aeig;ont. ii. 263 "In the Miocene period occur the remains of Gallinaceous and Columbaceous birds. (1872)"
  4015.   (1872.16) Peaslee Ovar. Tumors 30 "The tendency to become monocystic or to remain polycystic. (1872)"
  4016.   (1872.17) W. S. Symonds Rec. Rocks vii. 257 "Remains of Pteraspidean fishes. (1872)"
  4017.   (1872.18) W. Aitkin Sci. &. Pract. Med. (ed. 6) II. 283 "In *glosso-laryngeal paralysis the lower part of the face alone remains motionless. (1872)"
  4018.   (1872.19) Watts Dict. Chem. VI. 955 "On evaporating the ether, the porphyrine remains in the form of a varnish soluble in water and in alcohol. (1872)"
  4019.   (1872.20) Will Wharton's Law Lex., "Decree Nisi..remains imperfect for at least six months. (1872)"
  4020.   (1872.21) W. S. Symonds Rec. Rocks viii. 301 "The fish remains are scanty and undeterminable. (1872)"
  4021.   (1872.22) Chem. News, 17 May 239/1 "The respirator is suspended for ten or fifteen minutes over some strong solution of ammonia in a large beaker; in this way the charcoal absorbs a very large amount of ammoniacal gas... The wearer can remain for a considerable time in an atmosphere containing chlorine without suffering any inconvenience. (1872)"
  4022.   (1872.23) Daily News 26 June, "On Monday next, 1st July, the remainder of the metropolis roads north of the Thames will be `disturnpiked.' " (1872)"
  4023.   (1872.24) Routledge's Ev. Boy's Ann. 201/1 "What was our surprise to see the ruby-throat..remain with the young ones. (1872)"
  4024.   (1872.25) Mark Twain Roughing It l. 357 "There'll be a double-barreled inquest here..and your remainders will go home in a couple of baskets. (1872)"
  4025.   (1872-6.1) Voyle &. Stevenson Milit. Dict. (ed. 3) 232 "These regiments are termed linked, and in the case of one of the regiments going or being on foreign service requiring men to make up its numbers, soldiers are drafted from the regiment remaining at home. (1872-"
  4026.   (1873.1) Aldrich Marj. Daw 150 "The hotel remains to-day pretty much the same as when Jonathan Bayley handed in his accounts in 1840. (1873)"
  4027.   (1873.2) A. D. Bayne Royal Illustr. Hist. E. Eng. I. 393 "Some Icenic names are supposed to remain in several towns of Norfolk and Suffolk. (1873)"
  4028.   (1873.3) B. Stewart Conserv. Force iii. 58 "Limestone..is decomposed when subjected to the heat of a lime-kiln, carbonic acid being given off, while quick-lime remains behind. (1873)"
  4029.   (1873.4) Black Pr. Thule ii, "Lavender did not care to remain among those voiceless monuments of a forgotten past. (1873)"
  4030.   (1873.5) C. Rhodes Let. in J. Flint Cecil Rhodes (1974) ii. 24 "Whether I become the village parson..remains to be proved. (1873)"
  4031.   (1873.6) C. Robinson N.S. Wales 79 "Sydney-once the capital of the Australian Continent..remains the metropolis of New South Wales. (1873)"
  4032.   (1873.7) Curwen Hist. Booksellers 391 "Tegg..visited all the trade sales, and bought up the `remainders', i.e. surplus copies of works in which the original publishers had no faith. (1873)"
  4033.   (1873.8) C. W. King Early Chr. Numism. 256 "The clay disks, variously impressed, often found amongst Roman remains in this country, popularly called dinders. (1873)"
  4034.   (1873.9) E. FitzGerald Let. to F. Kemble Nov., "Here is my Letter done, and I remaining yours always sincerely, E. F. G. (1873)"
  4035.   (1873.10) Fownes Chem. 758 "Bitumene, a blackish liquid, remains in the retort at a dull red heat, and solidifies on cooling. (1873)"
  4036.   (1873.11) Geikie Gt. Ice Age 492 App., "Remains of the elephant..the beaver, the emys..and goats. (1873)"
  4037.   (1873.12) H. Rogers Orig. Bible viii. (1875) 354 "The remains of Clement and Polycarp and such fragments of Ignatius as criticism pronounces..genuine. (1873)"
  4038.   (1873.13) Hayne in Tristram Moab 397 "Some stumps [of palm-trees] remain not petrified, but, if I may be allowed the expression, `sulphurised'. (1873)"
  4039.   (1873.14) H. Watts Fownes' Chem. 251 "Suppose one or more of the component atoms of a fully saturated molecule to be removed: it is clear that the remaining atom or group of atoms will no longer be saturated... Such unsaturated groups are called residues or radicals. (1873)"
  4040.   (1873.15) Hamerton Intell. Life x. iii. (1875) 349 "The greater number have to remain in positions of obscurity. (1873)"
  4041.   (1873.16) Hamerton Intell. Life x. iii. (1875) 352 "Her mind irrigated their minds, which would have remained permanently barren without that help and refreshment. (1873)"
  4042.   (1873.17) J. Geikie Gt. Ice Age xi. 150 "The strata containing mammaliferous remains. (1873)"
  4043.   (1873.18) Klein Handb. Physiol. Lab. iii. 45 "It remains to describe the so-called adenoid tissue. By this term is understood, a dense reticulum of branched cells, the processes of which are short but of great delicacy. (1873)"
  4044.   (1873.19) Lytton in Life (1883) I. 101 "My grandfather..in youth..was a Utopian, and remained to the last much more than a `Whig'. (1873)"
  4045.   (1873.20) Mivart Elem. Anat. 35 "The narrow lower end [of the sternum], which projects freely and remains cartilaginous till late in life, is called the xiphoid process. (1873)"
  4046.   (1873.21) Maxwell Electr. &. Magn. §.381 II. 7 "When a dipolar quantity is turned end for end it remains the same as before. Tensions and pressures in solid bodies, Extensions, Compressions and Distortions, and most of the optical, electrical, and magnetic properties of crystallized bodies are dipolar quantities. (1873)"
  4047.   (1873.22) Mill Autobiogr. vii. 302 "The two greatest improvements which remain to be made in Representative Government... One of them was Personal, or, as it is called with equal propriety, Proportional Representation. (1873)"
  4048.   (1873.23) M. Dewey in G. Dawe Melvil Dewey (1932) 320 "Sub-classify each, or any, of these eighty-one (hundred) classes... A Dictionary of Science would receive no *sub-classification but remain simply with main class number. (1873)"
  4049.   (1873.24) R. B. Carter in Lancet, 20 Dec. 872/1 "The very existence of these `sago grains' remained unknown until the year 1848, when they were discovered by Dr. Lö.ffler. (1873)"
  4050.   (1873.25) Stubbs Const. Hist. III. xxi. 561 "In those towns in which there was no mayor, the presidency of the local courts remained with the bailiffs. (1873)"
  4051.   (1873.26) Symonds Grk. Poets i. 1 "The mysteries of organized vitality remain impenetrable. (1873)"
  4052.   (1873.27) Salmon Higher Plane Curves v. (1879) 134 "If any conic be described through four fixed points on a cubic, the chord joining the two remaining intersections of the conic with the cubic will pass through a fixed point on the cubic...This point..is called the coresidual of the system of four points... Two points which are coresidual must coincide. (1873)"
  4053.   (1873.28) Symonds Grk. Poets xii. 420 "Yet the spirit and the flesh still remained in unreconciled antagonism. (1873)"
  4054.   (1873.29) S. W. Cozzens Marvellous Country 76 "We came upon the remains of a petrified forest,..converted by some chemical process into specimens of variegated jasper. (1873)"
  4055.   (1873.30) Tristram Moab v. 78 "Ibrahim..was never able to take Kerak, whose proud boast is that it yet remains a virgin city. (1873)"
  4056.   (1873.31) W. K. Sullivan O'Curry's Anct. Irish I. Introd. 283 "A Trosca or fasting was made by the plaintiff going to the defendant's house, and remaining there for a certain time..before making his distress. (1873)"
  4057.   (1874.1) Anderson Missions Amer. Bd. IV. xxxi. 174 "Less firmly wedded to the Moslem faith than the remaining million of Osmanly Turks. (1874)"
  4058.   (1874.2) Baring-Gould Lives of Saints 395 "Upon these remains Benedict built two oratories..and..round these chapels rose the monastery. (1874)"
  4059.   (1874.3) Carpenter Ment. Phys. i. ii. §.68 "While one leg was convulsed, its fellow remained quiet. (1874)"
  4060.   (1874.4) C. M. Yonge Life J. C. Patteson I. viii. 214 "The little New Caledonian remained at Taurarua. (1874)"
  4061.   (1874.5) Carpenter Ment. Phys. (1876) 553 "The Mind of the Biologized `subject' seems to remain entirely dormant. (1874)"
  4062.   (1874.6) Carpenter Ment. Phys. i. ii. §.67 "A decapitated Frog..remains at rest until it is touched. (1874)"
  4063.   (1874.7) D. Boucicault in M. R. Booth Eng. Plays of 19th Cent. (1969) II. 174 "This cabin where the remains of the `ould family', two lonely girls, live. (1874)"
  4064.   (1874.8) Dawkins Cave Hunt. iii. 118 "The remains of the spel&ae.aeig;an variety of the spotted hy&ae.aeig;na were very abundant in the cave&dubh.earth. (1874)"
  4065.   (1874.9) Dawkins Cave Hunt. v. 155 "These remains..present the peculiar character of *platycnemism. (1874)"
  4066.   (1874.10) Fiske Cosmic Philos. I. 184 "In the progress from Anthropomorphism to Cosmism the religious attitude remains unchanged from the beginning to the end. (1874)"
  4067.   (1874.11) Green Short Hist. iii. §.5. 139 "The abbey church of Westminster..remains a monument of his artistic taste. (1874)"
  4068.   (1874.12) Green Short Hist. vii. §.5. 386 "The South and the West still remained..the great homes of mining and manufacturing activity. (1874)"
  4069.   (1874.13) Green Short Hist. i. §.5. (1876) 49 "The Chronicle remains the first vernacular history of any Teutonic people. (1874)"
  4070.   (1874.14) Green Short Hist. vii. §.3. 362 "The old social discontent..remained a perpetual menace to public order. (1874)"
  4071.   (1874.15) Green Short Hist. vii. §.1. 347 "The temper of the man remained indomitable as ever. (1874)"
  4072.   (1874.16) Green Short Hist. ix. 689 "In spite of his master's personal solicitations Churchill remained true to Protestantism. (1874)"
  4073.   (1874.17) Green Short Hist. v. 224 "His new conquest of Calais remained a part of the possessions of the English crown. (1874)"
  4074.   (1874.18) Green Short Hist. vii. §.4. 378 "The Lennoxes had remained rigid Catholics. (1874)"
  4075.   (1874.19) Green Short Hist. ix. §.7. 665 "James alone remained stubborn and insensate as of old. (1874)"
  4076.   (1874.20) Green Short Hist. iv. §.1. 162 "Terrible..as were the sufferings of the English army, Edward's firmness remained unbroken. (1874)"
  4077.   (1874.21) Green Short Hist. viii. §.5. 509 "The Presbyterian organization remained untouched in doctrine or discipline. (1874)"
  4078.   (1874.22) Green Short Hist. viii. §.1. 448 "The English version of the Bible remains the noblest example of the English tongue. (1874)"
  4079.   (1874.23) Holland Mistr. Manse i. 10 "That word, ineffable to man,..Remains unvoiced since time began. (1874)"
  4080.   (1874.24) H. H. Cole Catal. Ind. Art S. Kens. Mus. 216 "The textile fabrics of India..remain unexcelled by other countries. (1874)"
  4081.   (1874.25) J. Geikie Gt. Ice Age iii. 26 "It..opens up new channels of discovery which otherwise might have remained unsuspected and unknown. (1874)"
  4082.   (1874.26) J. D. Heath Croquet-player 71 "Red, instead of playing thus,..completes the wiring, remaining near the hoop as before. (1874)"
  4083.   (1874.27) Knight Dict. Mech. s.v., "The chip is loaded at the circular edge so as to float upright, about two thirds being immersed in water..The chip or log being thrown overboard catches in the water and remains about stationary there, while the cord unwinds as the vessel proceeds. (1874)"
  4084.   (1874.28) L. Stephen Hours in Library (1892) I. iii. 109 "The jewels have remained after the flimsy embroidery..has fallen into decay. (1874)"
  4085.   (1874.29) Mahaffy Soc. Life Greece ix. 278 "The fact remains a very curious monument of the modernness of Attic life. (1874)"
  4086.   (1874.30) Motley Barneveld I. vii. 323 "He remained in Paris,-feeding fat the grudge he bore to Barneveld. (1874)"
  4087.   (1874.31) Parker Goth. Archit. i. iii. 39 "The remainder of the eleventh century may be considered as a period of transition. (1874)"
  4088.   (1874.32) Parker Goth. Archit. i. iii. 89 "Part of the great Norman hall remains, now converted into the servants' hall. (1874)"
  4089.   (1874.33) S. J. P. Thearle Naval Archit. (Adv. Sci. ser.) iv. xx. 340 "The balanced rudder revolves about an axis so situated that about two-thirds the area of the rudder is on the aft, and the remaining one-third on the fore side of the axis. (1874)"
  4090.   (1874.34) S. Wilberforce Ess. (1874) I. 89 "The tendency..was really a remains..of the extraordinary and odious instinct which had possessed them. (1874)"
  4091.   (1874.35) Sidgwick Meth. Ethics ii. v. §.4. 156 "The moral pain..would be so great as to render the whole remainder of life hedonistically worthless. (1874)"
  4092.   (1874.36) Symonds Sk. Italy &. Greece (1879) 92 "Remains of Roman architecture..induced them [sc. artists] to adopt the rounded rather than the pointed arch. (1874)"
  4093.   (1874.37) Trollope Phineas Redux I. ii. 14 "He remained there for three or four days..staying at the `Yellow' inn. (1874)"
  4094.   (1874.38) T. Hardy Far fr. Mad. Crowd xxvi, "The remainder was a mere question of time and natural seriate changes. (1874)"
  4095.   (1874.39) W. Crookes Dyeing &. Calico-print. i. x. 80 "The application [of native ultramarine] remained inutilised for several years. (1874)"
  4096.   (1874.40) Wood Nat. Hist. 282 "In the `castings' of this species have been found the remains of mice. (1874)"
  4097.   (1874.41) Rifle Exerc., etc. 40 "Seize the guard with the forefinger and thumb of the right hand..the remaining fingers under the hammer. (1874)"
  4098.   (1874.42) tr. Lommel's Light 14 "An opaque body is illuminated on that side of its surface only which is turned towards the light, its opposite surface, as well as a space covered by it, the shadow, remains dark. (1874)"
  4099.   (1875.1) W. McIlwraith Guide Wigtownshire 136 "A workman, in making an excavation near the mill-ring, came on a large, flat stone, aneath which were the remains of a clay urn. (1875)"
  4100.   (1875.2) W. McIlwraith Guide Wigtownshire 27 "Near the cross-roads are the remains of a cairn. (1875)"
  4101.   (1875.3) Browning Aristoph. Apol. 1660 "Make a muckheap of a man, There..he remains, Immortally immerded. (1875)"
  4102.   (1875.4) Bennett &. Dyer Sachs' Bot. 396 "If a microsporangium is about to be formed, each of the mother-cells is broken up into four tetrahedral spores, which all develope into microspores; in the macrosporangium, on the contrary, the mother-cells remain, with one exception, undivided. (1875)"
  4103.   (1875.5) Bennett &. Dyer tr. Sachs' Bot. 678 "The power of movement in plants is lost when they have remained in the dark for a considerable time..; in other words, they become rigid by long exposure to darkness..; the exposure to light must continue for a considerable time..before the motile condition which I have termed `Phototonus' is restored. (1875)"
  4104.   (1875.6) B. Meadows Clin. Observ. 22 "The papul&ae.aeig; remain, a hair plainly seen in the centre of each. (1875)"
  4105.   (1875.7) Bennett &. Dyer tr. Sachs' Bot. 255 "The mass of slender filaments remains as a delicate Capillitium. (1875)"
  4106.   (1875.8) Bennett &. Dyer Sachs' Bot. ii. v. 558 "More often the cotyledons remain thin like shortly stalked foliage-leaves of simple form. (1875)"
  4107.   (1875.9) Bennett &. Dyer tr. Sachs' Bot. 802 " The contents of one of the conjugating cells pass over into the other which remains stationary. (1875)"
  4108.   (1875.10) Bennett &. Dyer tr. Sachs' Bot. 433 "The cases are, however, not rare in which the seeds remain quite naked from first to last. (1875)"
  4109.   (1875.11) Bennett &. Dyer tr. Sachs' Bot. 209 "The cuticularisation of the outer layers never advances far inwards, the cuticle generally remaining thin. (1875)"
  4110.   (1875.12) Bennett &. Dyer Sachs' Bot. 707 "The permanent curvature which remains..or the Curvature of Concussion, is the result of a lengthening of the convex and a simultaneous contraction of the concave side. (1875)"
  4111.   (1875.13) Bennett &. Dyer tr. Sachs' Bot. 608 "The cut surface of the *root-stump remains at first quite dry. (1875)"
  4112.   (1875.14) Bennett &. Dyer tr. Sachs' Bot. 678 "Both the periodic and paratonic movement..is lost when they [the plants] have remained in the dark for a considerable time, such as a whole day; in other words, they become rigid by long exposure to darkness. (1875)"
  4113.   (1875.15) Digby Real Prop. (1876) 378 "He may at common law surrender his estate to the remainderman or reversioner by simple deed. (1875)"
  4114.   (1875.16) Darwin Insectiv. Pl. vi. 87 "After the tentacles have remained closely clasped over any object. (1875)"
  4115.   (1875.17) E. Dowden Shakspere: his Mind &. Art i. 37 "Prospero must forever have remained somewhat apart and distinguished from other Dukes..by virtue of the enchanted island and the marvellous years of mageship. (1875)"
  4116.   (1875.18) Fortnum Maiolica i. 10 "Remains of furnaces and fragments of Roman time and tiles with the stamp of Theodoric. (1875)"
  4117.   (1875.19) Huxley in Encycl. Brit. I. 765/2 "A hyomandibular artery..appears to represent the remains of the hyoidean and mandibular aortic arches. (1875)"
  4118.   (1875.20) Huxley in Encycl. Brit. I. 130/2 "The Zoanthid&ae.aeig; differ from the Actinid&ae.aeig; in little more than their multiplication by buds, which remain adherent, either by a common connecting mass or c&oe.nosarc or by stolons. (1875)"
  4119.   (1875.21) Helps Soc. Press. xxiii. 352 "There remain no unterrifiable witnesses but children. (1875)"
  4120.   (1875.22) Helps Soc. Press. iii. 50 "No historical records remain of this great transaction. (1875)"
  4121.   (1875.23) J. Southward Dict. Typogr. (ed. 2) 129 "Standing matter, composed matter remaining undistributed after it has been printed. (1875)"
  4122.   (1875.24) Jowett Plato (ed. 2) III. 507 "This argument of ours remains unrefuted. (1875)"
  4123.   (1875.25) Jowett Plato (ed. 2) IV. 25, "I will reserve the analysis of the remainder for another occasion. (1875)"
  4124.   (1875.26) Jowett Plato (ed. 2) I. 29, "I remain as stupid as ever; for still I fail to comprehend. (1875)"
  4125.   (1875.27) Jowett Plato (ed. 2) III. 137 "There too he may remain undazzled by wealth or the allurements of evil. (1875)"
  4126.   (1875.28) J. W. Benson Time &. Time-Tellers (1902) 126 "By means of a contrivance, known to engineers as plumber blocks, any part of the mechanism may be removed without disturbing the remainder. (1875)"
  4127.   (1875.29) Jowett Plato (ed. 2) III. 52 "Two virtues remain; shall we skip one and go to the other? " (1875)"
  4128.   (1875.30) Jowett Plato (ed. 2) IV. 256 "There still remains an ambiguity both in the text and in the explanation. (1875)"
  4129.   (1875.31) Jowett Plato (ed. 2) IV. 256 "Amid the conflict of ideas..the impression of sense remained certain and uniform. (1875)"
  4130.   (1875.32) Jowett Plato (ed. 2) V. 68 "He is willing to allow himself and others the few pleasures which remain to them. (1875)"
  4131.   (1875.33) Knight Dict. Mech., "*Screw-spike, a round spike having a shallow screw-thread cut on a portion of its stem. It is driven partly home and screwed the remaining distance. (1875)"
  4132.   (1875.34) Knight Dict. Mech. 1984/2 "Rossing-machine, a machine for removing the ross, or rough scaly, exterior portion of bark, from the remainder. (1875)"
  4133.   (1875.35) Kinglake Crimea (1877) V. i. 237 "The survivors of the first line who remained undisabled. (1875)"
  4134.   (1875.36) Longfellow Morituri Salutamus 106 "And now my class-mates; ye remaining few That number not the half of those we knew. (1875)"
  4135.   (1875.37) Lyell Princ. Geol. I. i. xiv. 315 "The commemorating processes, by which organic remains become fossilized. (1875)"
  4136.   (1875.38) Maine Hist. Inst. vii. 194 "The land had remained in a state of indivision during several generations. (1875)"
  4137.   (1875.39) Manning Internal Mission Holy Ghost viii. 216 "If you had ever been burnt, there would remain the sear of the burn as long as you live. (1875)"
  4138.   (1875.40) Merivale Gen. Hist. Rome xviii. (1877) 102 "Two powers now remained to struggle for the dominion of the trilateral island [Sicily]. (1875)"
  4139.   (1875.41) Monier-Williams Indian Wisdom x. 260 "Let him remain without fire, without habitation, feeding on roots and fruits, practising the vow of a Muni. (1875)"
  4140.   (1875.42) Merivale Gen. Hist. Rome lxxix. (1877) 670 "There remain on the face of the Palatine some indications of what may have been the spring of the first arch. (1875)"
  4141.   (1875.43) Ouseley Harmony i. 11 "Oblique motion is when one part remains without moving while another ascends or descends. (1875)"
  4142.   (1875.44) Poste Gaius ii. (ed. 2) 239 "The undevised or lapsed portion..goes..to the devisee..of the remainder of the heritage. (1875)"
  4143.   (1875.45) Ruskin Fors Clav. liv. 157 "Concealed by the fine trees,..so..that the passing viator remains unappalled by them. (1875)"
  4144.   (1875.46) Stubbs Const. Hist. III. xxi. 542 "The evil leaven of these feelings remained. (1875)"
  4145.   (1875.47) Stubbs Const. Hist. II. xvi. 325 "The earl of Warwick remained implacable. (1875)"
  4146.   (1875.48) Stubbs Const. Hist. I. v. 91 "In the courts of the manor are transacted the other remaining portions of the old township jurisdiction; the enforcing of pains and penalties on the breakers of by-laws, etc. (1875)"
  4147.   (1875.49) Scrivener Lect. Text N. Test. 4 "Not of the Bible only, but of those precious remains of profane literature. (1875)"
  4148.   (1875.50) Sir G. Jessel Law Rep. 10 Chanc. Appeals 391 "That peculiar position of reversioner or remaindersman which is oddly enough described as an expectant heir. This phrase is used, not in its literal meaning, but as including..every one who has the hope of succession to the property of an ancestor. (1875)"
  4149.   (1875.51) T. Holmes Treat. Surg. xxi. 386 "When the *scar-tissue remains permanent, although the scar is ugly and of lower organisation than the natural parts, yet it causes no important inconvenience. (1875)"
  4150.   (1875.52) Ure Dict. Arts III. 1039 "There remains a quantity of this mineral substance (gal). (1875)"
  4151.   (1875.53) Ure Dict. Arts III. 187 s.v. Malting, "After remaining in the couch twenty-four hours..the couch is broken, that is, the planks composing the front of it are removed. (1875)"
  4152.   (1875.54) Ure Dict. Arts I. 105 "[Alum] seems to have come to Europe in later times as alum of Rocca, the name of Edessa; but it is not impossible that this name was an Italian prefix, which has remained to this day under the name of Rock Alum, Allume di Rocca. (1875)"
  4153.   (1875.55) W. McIlwraith Guide Wigtownshire 138 "Here are the remains of a doon, or of a circular tower of some sort. (1875)"
  4154.   (1875.56) Encycl. Brit. 407/2 " The catcher, pitcher, first and third basemen, and short-stop comprise the in-field; the remainder the out-field. (1875)"
  4155.   (1875.57) Blackw. Mag. Apr. 443 "Balance, long familiar to American ears, is becoming so to ours. In an account of a ship on fire we read `Those saved remained the balance of the night watching the burning wreck.' " (1875)"
  4156.   (1875.58) Circular No. 8, War Dept. 1 May 144 "The white Americans form a comparatively small proportion of the population of Key West, the remainder being Bahama negroes, Cuban refugees, and white natives of the Bahamas and their descendants, classified here under the general title of Conchs. (1875)"
  4157.   (1875.59) Encycl. Brit. II. 336 "[The bones of] other extinct mammals, alongside of human remains and works of art, in the famous Aurignac caves of the Pyrenees. (1875)"
  4158.   (1875.60) Encycl. Brit. III. 3/2 "Athens before the Persian war..was surrounded by a ring-wall of narrow circuit, some..traces of which are supposed to remain. (1875)"
  4159.   (1875.61) Encycl. Brit. II. 388/2 "Over this structure there was clearly another..as extensive remains of fine stone-walling still exist. (1875)"
  4160.   (1875.62) Encycl. Brit. II. 528 "When the number of times is not exact, the excess of the dividend over the divisor..is called the remainder. (1875)"
  4161.   (1875.63) Encycl. Brit. II. 452/2 "The most interesting remains in Peru are those called Huacas; but whether they were forts, or palaces, or tombs, is not as yet clearly ascertained. (1875)"
  4162.   (1875.64) Q. Jrnl. Geol. Soc. XXXI. 361 "The shales..are rich in organic remains. These..are all more or less phosphatized. (1875)"
  4163.   (1875.65) Sunday Mag. June 580 "Thoughts..intertwine and disentwine, but the problem remains. (1875)"
  4164.   (1875.66) Wonders Phys. World II. iv. 300 "Fossil elephantine remains. (1875)"
  4165.   (1875.67) tr. Schmidt's Desc. &. Darw. 186 "The scanty but wide-spread remains of the order of flightless birds. (1875)"
  4166.   (1876.1) A. D. Murray Charnwood 110 "It remains a moot problem to be guessed at. (1876)"
  4167.   (1876.2) Bartholow Mat. Med. (1879) 149 "It may appear to be a work of super&dubh.erogation to notice the popular fallacy that quinia..remains combined with the textures of the body. (1876)"
  4168.   (1876.3) Bancroft Hist. U.S. III. xiii. 208 "Two regiments composed of Pennsylvanians, Marylanders, and Virginians, remained as a garrison. (1876)"
  4169.   (1876.4) Balfour in Encycl. Brit. IV. 142/1 "The union..may take place by the ovaries alone, while the styles and stigmata remain free, the pistil being then *gamogastrous. (1876)"
  4170.   (1876.5) Douse Grimm's L. §.17. 34 "The meanings of the several primitives are in general so widely different that the homonymous derivatives remain to all time clearly distinguished in use. (1876)"
  4171.   (1876.6) D. Wilson Preh. Man iii. (ed. 3) 79 "The whole region..is rich in remains of the old *flint-workers. (1876)"
  4172.   (1876.7) Davis Polaris Exp. viii. 219 "The tidal observations were made by..the *anchor-watch during the remaining nine hours. (1876)"
  4173.   (1876.8) Digby Real Prop. v. 227 "A remainder is created by express words at the same time as the particular estate, and is so limited as to come into enjoyment or possession so soon as the particular estate comes to an end. (1876)"
  4174.   (1876.9) Digby Real Prop. vi. 295 "It became a common practice for a man upon his marriage to convey lands to feoffees to the joint use of himself and his wife for life or in tail, by which means a provision for the remainder of her life was secured to the wife. This was called a jointure. (1876)"
  4175.   (1876.10) E. Mellor Priesth. vi. 281 "The sacrament will remain a witness and a warning, even if its participators should eat and drink unworthily. (1876)"
  4176.   (1876.11) E. Jenkins Blot on Queen's Head 14 "Its glorious and wondrous colours remained fresh and untarnished. (1876)"
  4177.   (1876.12) Freeman Norm. Conq. V. xxiv. 385 "The days of King Eadward remained the standard, every departure from which was noticed as a novelty. (1876)"
  4178.   (1876.13) Firth Munic. Lond. 50 "The name of `Livery Company' has remained... The control by Master or Wardens of the dress of members has ceased. (1876)"
  4179.   (1876.14) Fergusson Ind. &. East. Archit. i. iii. 57 "The difficulty was met by assigning a portion [of the remains of Buddha] to each of the contending parties, who are said to have erected stupas to contain them. (1876)"
  4180.   (1876.15) F. H. Bradley Eth. Studies ii. 59 "What remains is to point out the most general expression for the end in itself, the ultimate practical `why'; and that we find in the word self-realization. (1876)"
  4181.   (1876.16) Grant Burgh Sch. Scotl. i. i. 3 note, "The polity of Scotland remained as yet Celtic, though it very soon afterwards became feudal. (1876)"
  4182.   (1876.17) Green Short Hist. i. §.4 (1882) 37 "Forty-five works remained after his death to attest his prodigious industry. (1876)"
  4183.   (1876.18) Grant Burgh Sch. Scotl. ii. iii. 132 "To remain in ward until he find caution not to contravene the act of council. (1876)"
  4184.   (1876.19) Gladstone Glean. (1879) II. 350 "To a bad clergyman this may be an advantage, in respect that it allows him to remain bad, and to grow worse with impunity. (1876)"
  4185.   (1876.20) Green Short Hist. x. §.4. 798 "What sepulchre embosoms the remains..of so much human excellence and glory? " (1876)"
  4186.   (1876.21) Hardy Hand of Ethelb. I. 41 "One of those hostile days..when chatterbox ladies remain miserably in their homes. (1876)"
  4187.   (1876.22) J. Burroughs Winter Sunshine i. 23 "About the only genuine shouting Methodists that remain are to be found in the coloured churches. (1876)"
  4188.   (1876.23) Mrs. G. L. Banks Manch. Man xviii. (1902) 79 "Nadin..followed up the clue to a *waste&dubh.dealer's who bought at his own price workpeople's `waste' (i.e. warp, weft, silk, &.c. remaining after work was completed). (1876)"
  4189.   (1876.24) Mozley Univ. Serm. vii. 147 "We have those appetites so long as we remain in the flesh. (1876)"
  4190.   (1876.25) Ouida Winter City iii. 59 "Art had remained with her rather an intellectual dissipation than a tenderness. (1876)"
  4191.   (1876.26) Preece &. Sivewright Telegraphy 303 "The soldering iron, and fire-pot,..are more or less cumbersome, and lead to unsoldered joints remaining in the wire. (1876)"
  4192.   (1876.27) Preece &. Sivewright Telegraphy 19 "Batteries such as those described..will remain in constant action for a month... At the expiration of a month it becomes necessary to refresh them. (1876)"
  4193.   (1876.28) Stainer &. Barrett Dict. Mus. Terms 274/2 "The German lied, the sacred lied or chorale..was founded upon the ecclesiastical modes and remained unchanged until the days of the Minnesingers. (1876)"
  4194.   (1876.29) Spencer Princ. Sociol. (1877) I. 3 "The four Volumes, that have followed First Principles, have dealt with Organic Evolution... We have now to enter upon the remaining division-Superorganic Evolution. (1876)"
  4195.   (1876.30) T. Hardy Ethelberta (1890) 264 "They paced the remainder of their spiral pathway in silence. (1876)"
  4196.   (1876.31) Voyle &. Stevenson Milit. Dict., "*Militia Reserve, a force created by the act of 1867; its numbers not to exceed one-fourth of militia quota; the men to be enlisted for five years, during which time they remain on the strength of militia regiments, but are liable to be drafted into the army in time of war. (1876)"
  4197.   (1876.32) Voyle &. Stevenson Milit. Dict. 334/1 "A recruit remains a recruit from the date of his enlistment until he has passed his drill, which extends generally to 16 weeks. (1876)"
  4198.   (1876.33) W. Begbie Bk. Med. Inform. &. Advice App. 251 "Digitalis is what is called a cumulative medicine: its effects are sometimes not immediately produced; but each successive dose remaining in the system, these may be seen even after the medicine is discontinued. (1876)"
  4199.   (1876.34) Constructive Rationalism 5 "The destruction of orthodox Christianity being accomplished, there remains for the Rationalist much more to do. He has to frame a code which shall rule in the place of the code of Moses and of Jesus. (1876)"
  4200.   (1876.35) Encycl. Brit. V. 520/2 "The study of the remaining elements and of their compounds constituting inorganic, or, as it is also termed, mineral chemistry. (1876)"
  4201.   (1876.36) Haygarth's Cricket Scores v. 16 "[G. H. Wright was engaged] on the Bramhall Ground, at Sheffield, where he still remains as *groundkeeper. (1876)"
  4202.   (1876.37) Jrnl. Chem. Soc. ii. 234 "The contamination of the printed cotton with iron is thus prevented, and only the pure alumina lake, that is to say, the pure alizarin-red, remains upon the cotton. (1876)"
  4203.   (1876.38) N. Amer. Rev. CXXIII. 45 "A king, averse to marriage, commanded his maggiordomo to remain single. (1876)"
  4204.   (1876.39) Quain's Elem. Anat. (ed. 8) II. 821 "In the sow and several ruminants..the subdivided upper tubular part or epoophoron has disappeared, and the main part (middle part of the Wolffian duct) remains in the duct of Gaertner, a strong, slightly undulated tube. (1876)"
  4205.   (1876.40) tr. Wagner's Gen. Pathol. 189 "An autochthonous or primitive thrombus is one which remains confined in the part in which it first arose, especially in the heart. (1876)"
  4206.   (1876.41) tr. Wagner's Gen. Pathol. (ed. 6) 524 "*Oligocyth&ae.aeig;mia, diminished amount of red corpuscles, is the last to remain. (1876)"
  4207.   (1877.1) A. B. Edwards Up Nile xiv. 385 "Rameses the Second..remains to this day the representative Pharaoh of a line of monarchs whose history covers a space of fifty centuries. (1877)"
  4208.   (1877.2) Blackmore Cripps II. viii. 125 "His outward faculties..rendered to his inward and endiathetic organs a picture, a schema, a plasm-the proper word may be left to him-such as would remain inside, at least while the mind abode there. (1877)"
  4209.   (1877.3) C. W. Thomson Voy. Challenger I. i. 15 "The different varnishes and lacs remain soft and sticky. (1877)"
  4210.   (1877.4) E. Peacock N.W. Linc. Gloss., "Craps, Scraps, scraps of pig's fat which remain after the lard has been extracted by boiling. People eat them with mustard, vinegar, and pepper. (1877)"
  4211.   (1877.5) Freeman Norm. Conq. (ed. 3) II. x. 469 "There they were to tarry [earlier edd. remain] through Lent. (1877)"
  4212.   (1877.6) Green Phys. Geol. iii. §.2. 109 "Anchor-ice forms sometimes..at the bottom of lakes and rivers while the rest of the water remains unfrozen. (1877)"
  4213.   (1877.7) Huxley Anat. Inv. Anim. v. 229 "Stiff hair-like appendages..developed within diverticula of the integument, or trichophores, in which their bases always remain enclosed. (1877)"
  4214.   (1877.8) Huxley Physiogr. 212 "The remains of a vast forest..now submerged to a depth of perhaps twenty or thirty feet below high-water. (1877)"
  4215.   (1877.9) Huxley Anat. Inv. Anim. ix. 592 "It remained hypodermic, spreading out between the ectoderm and the endoderm of the hydroid. (1877)"
  4216.   (1877.10) Huxley Physiogr. p. viii, "The manuscript remained untouched until last year. (1877)"
  4217.   (1877.11) Huxley Physiogr. 29 "Not a drop of water can reach it as long as the waterproof roof remain sound. (1877)"
  4218.   (1877.12) Huxley Anat. Inv. Anim. vi. 358 "The fore part of the head has remained Copepodous. (1877)"
  4219.   (1877.13) Huxley Anat. Inv. Anim. x. 610 "In the same position as that occupied by the remains of this appendage, when it has undergone retrogressive metamorphosis. (1877)"
  4220.   (1877.14) Huxley Anat. Inv. Anim. viii. 483 "Those [blastomeres] which proceed from the macromere long remain larger and more granular than those which proceed from the micromere. (1877)"
  4221.   (1877.15) Huxley Anat. Inv. Anim. viii. 496 "The duct of the ovo&dubh.testis may remain single to its termination. (1877)"
  4222.   (1877.16) Huxley &. Martin Elem. Biol. 8 "The protoplasm stains brown; the rest of the cell remains unstained. (1877)"
  4223.   (1877.17) Huxley Anat. Inv. Anim. vi. 323 "A caecal process, the remains, according to Rathke, of one lobe of the vitellary sac of the embryo. (1877)"
  4224.   (1877.18) J. A. B. Horton in Moloney Forestry W. Afr. (1887) 40 "The longer the oil-nuts remain underground the thicker the oil will be when made. (1877)"
  4225.   (1877.19) J. H. Blunt Dursley 222 "He found two looms alone remaining at work in the hands of an ancient weaver and weaveress. (1877)"
  4226.   (1877.20) J. A. Allen Amer. Bison 457 "These remains differ in no appreciable respect..from those of the recent bison of the Plains. (1877)"
  4227.   (1877.21) Kinglake Crimea III. v. 364 "Three out of the four remaining angles of the octagon were furnished with small bonnettes and barbettes. (1877)"
  4228.   (1877.22) Ll. Jewitt Half-hours among Eng. Antiq. 180 "The use of these large imperforate beads..remains a mystery. (1877)"
  4229.   (1877.23) Lady Brassey Voy. Sunbeam xxi, "The children..composed themselves in the deck-house to sleep for the remainder of the night. (1877)"
  4230.   (1877.24) Lockyer in Nature XVI. 414/1 "The nebular hypothesis..remains untouched by these observations. (1877)"
  4231.   (1877.25) L. H. Morgan Ancient Society ii. vi. 181 "The question of the organization of these, and the remaining Nahuatlac tribes of Mexico, in gentes will be considered in the next ensuing chapter. (1877)"
  4232.   (1877.26) Mrs. Chapman Ht. Martineau's Autobiog. III. 78 "Literature remained ever to her a Sacerdocy. (1877)"
  4233.   (1877.27) Newton in Encycl. Brit. VI. 407 "The young [of the cormorant]..remain for some time in the squab-condition. (1877)"
  4234.   (1877.28) Raymond Statist. Mines &. Mining 40 "The remainder comprising 9 trammers, 6 mill-men, 1 *tailings-man [etc.]. (1877)"
  4235.   (1877.29) Ruskin Fors Clav. lxxxi. 250 "However..miscopied, the message..remains clear. (1877)"
  4236.   (1877.30) Raymond Statist. Mines &. Mining 398 "A dead roast, as it is called, or the elimination of that portion of sulphur which, after oxidation, remains combined as sulphate of copper, is to be avoided. (1877)"
  4237.   (1877.31) Raymond Statist. Mines &. Mining 285 "The copper out-put remains substantially as it was last year. (1877)"
  4238.   (1877.32) Raymond Statist. Mines &. Mining 177 "Within a foot of the surface, and covered only by the remains of the disintegrated *ore-shoot. (1877)"
  4239.   (1877.33) Ruskin Fors Clav. lxxxi. 257 "It was unadvisably allowed by me to remain in small print. (1877)"
  4240.   (1877.34) Ray Lankester in Q. Jrnl. Microsc. Sci. 428 "When once the c&ae.aeig;lom is accomplished as a cavity definitely shut off from the `metenteron'-the name we now give to what remains of the archenteron. (1877)"
  4241.   (1877.35) Stevenson Will o' the Mill i, "Only he, it seemed, remained behind, like a stock upon the wayside. (1877)"
  4242.   (1877.36) Stainer Harmony xii. §.150 "A transition is the rapid passing through any key, without remaining sufficiently long in it to establish a modulation. (1877)"
  4243.   (1877.37) Tyndall Ess. Floating Matter Air (1881) 133 "A sterilized infusion..remained sterile. (1877)"
  4244.   (1877.38) Tyndall Ess. Floating Matter Air (1881) 215 "The three tubes remained perfectly sterile. (1877)"
  4245.   (1877.39) W. G. Aston Gram. Jap. Written Lang. (ed. 2) x. 198 "Renka..is where one person composes part (commonly the second part) of a tanka, the remainder being added by some one else. (1877)"
  4246.   (1877.40) W. Richards Manuf. Coal Gas 210 "No ill effects are experienced-at least, so long as the holder remains sealed. (1877)"
  4247.   (1877.41) Accounts Ld. High Treasurer of Scotland 26 "The earliest appointment of a Treasurer which remains on record is a letter under the Privy Seal 25 June 1526. (1877)"
  4248.   (1877.42) Cassell's Dict. Cookery 717/2 "Ratatouville [sic]. This is a popular French method of making a savoury dish out of the remains of cold meat. (1877)"
  4249.   (1877.43) Daily News 27 Dec. 6/2 "What may be effected by frank force remains to be seen. (1877)"
  4250.   (1877.44) Encycl. Brit. VI. 483/1 "When this [sc. ginning] is done there remains of the bulk, as gathered from the tree, about one-third of clean cotton fit for manufacturing purposes, and two-thirds of seed. The separation of the seed from the lint is accomplished by different methods. (1877)"
  4251.   (1877.45) Encycl. Brit. VI. 304/2 "The remains of the Seraglio, former palace of the Ottoman sultans. (1877)"
  4252.   (1877.46) Gray's Anat. (ed. 8) p. cxlvi, "The only remains of the Wolffian body in the complete condition of the female organs are two rudimentary or vestigial structures. (1877)"
  4253.   (1877.47) In Mem. J. M. Charlton 2 "The shadows of the grave remained undispelled. (1877)"
  4254.   (1877.48) Jrnl. Linn. Soc. (Bot.) XV. 87 "The calyx and corolla remain entirely unchanged in all cases exhibiting pistillody. (1877)"
  4255.   (1877.49) Man. Field Artillery Exerc. 23 "The right-hand or left-hand man being first placed, the remainder will fall in in line one after the other, closing lightly towards him, turning the elbow slightly outwards. Soldiers must be carefully instructed in the `Touch', as, in this formation, it is the principal guide when marching. (1877)"
  4256.   (1877.50) H. A. Page De Quincey II. xix. 166 "Unaltering friendship for him remains as his record in this particular. (1877)"
  4257.   (1877.51) tr. H. von Ziemssen's Cycl. Pract. Med. XVI. 543 "The sexual organs will remain relatively hypoplastic, or will be late in arriving at functional maturity. (1877)"
  4258.   (1878.1) Abney Photogr. 28 "Treat all these residues with nitric acid, and they will all be found to remain unattacked by it. (1878)"
  4259.   (1878.2) Bell Gegenbaur's Comp. Anat. 478 "The propterygium and the mesopterygium are evidently derived from rays which still remain attached to the shoulder-girdle. (1878)"
  4260.   (1878.3) Bell Gegenbaur's Comp. Anat. 98 "In Porpita, the disc remains flat and circular. (1878)"
  4261.   (1878.4) Bell tr. Gegenbaur's Comp. Anat. 512 "The primitive medullary cavity..remains open in the lumbar swelling of Birds. (1878)"
  4262.   (1878.5) Bell Gegenbaur's Comp. Anat. 255 "In the Protracheata the nervous system remains in a lower condition. (1878)"
  4263.   (1878.6) Browning Poets Croisic I, "In vain we rip The past, no further faintest trace remains Of Ren&eacu.. (1878)"
  4264.   (1878.7) C. J. Vaughan Earnest Words 120 "All that remains is symptomatic-this is essential. (1878)"
  4265.   (1878.8) Dowden Stud. Lit. 437 "He remained..a conciliator among conflicting parties. (1878)"
  4266.   (1878.9) Dowden Stud. Lit. 332 "The Church remained in the legalised servitude to which Napoleon had reduced it. (1878)"
  4267.   (1878.10) F. J. Bell tr. Gegenbaur's Comp. Anat. 597 "If the rete remains broken up, then it is known as a diffuse, unipolar, or monocentric rete mirabile. (1878)"
  4268.   (1878.11) Fr. A. Kemble Rec. Girlhood II. 18 "She [sc. an actress] remained to utter herself in Juliet to the English public. (1878)"
  4269.   (1878.12) Huxley Physiogr. 152 "The surface freezes while the *bottom-water remains several degrees warmer. (1878)"
  4270.   (1878.13) H. S. Wilson Alpine Ascents i. 11 "In which the body is supine while the fancy remains active. (1878)"
  4271.   (1878.14) Huxley Physiogr. 203 "The lingering remains of volcanic activity. (1878)"
  4272.   (1878.15) Huxley Physiogr. 229 "There is much more likelihood that the remains of animals..should be fossilized. (1878)"
  4273.   (1878.16) Huxley Physiogr. 235 "Vegetable remains are also met with in rocks beneath the coal, forming what is called the floor. (1878)"
  4274.   (1878.17) Huxley Physiogr. 77 "The merest point remains in a state of glow. (1878)"
  4275.   (1878.18) Huxley Physiogr. xi. 171 "In the open sea, the wave or pulsation is propagated, but the mass of the water..remains stationary. (1878)"
  4276.   (1878.19) H. Gibbs Ombre 19 "After dealing he places the remaining thirteen cards before him, and they are called the Stock. (1878)"
  4277.   (1878.20) Huxley Physiogr. 225 "Carbonized remains, often infiltrated with mineral matter. (1878)"
  4278.   (1878.21) Hooker &. Ball Marocco 322 "The remains of massive walls of tapia. (1878)"
  4279.   (1878.22) H. S. Wilson Alp. Ascents ii. 57 "After a glass apiece we eke out the remainder with snow. (1878)"
  4280.   (1878.23) J. H. Beadle Western Wilds 532 "All the really valuable survivors of the volunteer army had returned to civil life;..the draft-sneaks and worthless remained. (1878)"
  4281.   (1878.24) J. Davidson Inverurie &. Garioch 349 "The fines remaining unpaid. (1878)"
  4282.   (1878.25) J. H. Beadle Western Wilds xx. 327 "Reluctantly the `movers' consented to his remaining for the night. (1878)"
  4283.   (1878.26) Lewes Stud. Psychol. (1879) 14 "We can classify subjective facts while remaining ignorant of their objective correlates. (1878)"
  4284.   (1878.27) L. Jewitt Ceramic Art Gt. Brit. I. iv. 76 "A kiln..in and around the remains of which were many vessels-`wasters' as they would be technically called- of various kinds. (1878)"
  4285.   (1878.28) Morley Carlyle Crit. Misc., Ser. i. 200 "The Protestant cause remained full of vitality. (1878)"
  4286.   (1878.29) Mackintosh Hist. Civilization Scot. I. xi. 496 "The feretrum, the shrine in which the..remains of the Saint were supposed to be kept. (1878)"
  4287.   (1878.30) M. Foster Physiol. iii. v. §.2 (ed. 2) 479 "The lymph hearts remained in a (diastolic) still-stand. (1878)"
  4288.   (1878.31) Miss Braddon Open Verd. viii. 60 "Though the paint was mostly gone a general drabness remained. (1878)"
  4289.   (1878.32) Sir G. Scott Lect. Archit. (1879) II. 14 "The Early Irish remains are mainly of three classes: the..domestic buildings of the monks; the oratories and churches; and the round towers. (1878)"
  4290.   (1878.33) Spurgeon Treas. Dav. Ps. civ. 5 "The earth..remains as stable as if it were a fixture. (1878)"
  4291.   (1878.34) Stubbs Const. Hist. III. xviii. 140 "All that remained to England in France, save Calais, was lost. (1878)"
  4292.   (1878.35) Sir G. Scott Lect. Archit. (1879) II. 141 "In some of the Byzantine remains..they have architecturalised by mouldings and enrichments only just so much of the arch-stones as was needful for beauty, and left the rest to go as mere wall-face. (1878)"
  4293.   (1878.36) T. Sinclair Mount 166 "Faust..ever remains a torso unfinishable. (1878)"
  4294.   (1878.37) Tait &. Stewart Unseen Univ. vii. §.204. 203 "That the soul may remain veiled or in abeyance until the resurrection. (1878)"
  4295.   (1878.38) T. Hardy Ret. Native iv. vii, "The remainders, being cut into lengths and split open, were tossed into the pan. (1878)"
  4296.   (1878.39) Tennyson Q. Mary i. v. 37 "It then remains..to compose the event [Mary's marriage] In some such form as least may harm your Grace. (1878)"
  4297.   (1878.40) Tyndall in 19th Century Mar. 505 "The substances after having been super-heated remain putrescible, though they do not putrefy. (1878)"
  4298.   (1878.41) W. H. Dall Later Preh. Man 8 "A skeleton interred in the earth, together with the remains of a small iron celt. (1878)"
  4299.   (1878.42) Amer. Jrnl. Math. I. 152 "As long as the direction of reference remains fixed, the only change that can be made in a system of bipunctual coordinates is an alteration in the position of the initials. (1878)"
  4300.   (1878.43) Nature 23 May 110/2 "Mr. W. M. Flinders Petrie read a paper on inductive metrology, the purpose of which..is to deduce the units of measure employed by ancient peoples from the dimensions of existing remains. (1878)"
  4301.   (1878.44) Q. Jrnl. Microsc. Sci. XVIII. 114 "The portion of the spindle which remains in the egg after the formation of the second polar cell reconstitutes itself into a nucleus. (1878)"
  4302.   (1878.45) tr. Gegenbaur's Comp. Anat. 597 "If the rete remains broken up, then it is known as a diffuse, unipolar, or *monocentric rete mirabile. (1878)"
  4303.   (1878.46) J. W. Gibbs in Trans. Connecticut Acad. Arts &. Sci. 149 "If to any homogeneous mass we suppose an infinitesimal quantity of any substance to be added, the mass remaining homogeneous and its entropy and volume remaining unchanged, the increase of the energy of the mass divided by the quantity of the substance added is the potential of that substance in the mass considered... In the above definition we may evidently substitute for entropy, volume, and energy, respectively, either temperature, volume, and the function &psi.; or entropy, pressure, and the function &chi.; or temperature, pressure, and the function &zeta.. (1878)"
  4304.   (1878-9.1) W. C. Ayres tr. W. Kü.hne in Jrnl. Physiol. I. 115 "We have found it expedient to wash with slightly warmed alcohol, which though it removes a little *Rhodophane, as we may call the third pigment, takes up without failure the last remains of xanthophane. (1878-"
  4305.   (1879.1) A. J. Hipkins in Grove Dict. Mus. II. 54 "It is..agreed, even by acousticians, that the piano had best remain with thirteen keys in the octave. (1879)"
  4306.   (1879.2) Chr. Rossetti Seek &. F. 220 "His [sc. Christ's] royalty, scoffed at by malice, remained unvindicated. (1879)"
  4307.   (1879.3) Froude C&ae.aeig;sar xx. 337 "He was to remain with his troops till his term had run out. (1879)"
  4308.   (1879.4) Farrar St. Paul (1883) 130 "The brethren who remained had either eluded his search-warrant, or been rescued from his power. (1879)"
  4309.   (1879.5) Froude C&ae.aeig;sar xviii. 305 "Made a pile of chairs and benches and tables, and burnt all that remained of Clodius. (1879)"
  4310.   (1879.6) Froude C&ae.aeig;sar 104 "He then returned to Rome to lounge away the remainder of his days in voluptuous magnificence. (1879)"
  4311.   (1879.7) Froude C&ae.aeig;sar xiii. 188 "He remained a senator in virtue of his qu&ae.aeig;storship. (1879)"
  4312.   (1879.8) G. Gladstone in Cassell's Techn. Educ. I. 198 "The hot flue leads into the ageing-room, where the cloth remains suspended. (1879)"
  4313.   (1879.9) H. Spencer Data Ethics xiv. 245 "The required modes of activity must remain for innumerable generations in some degree displeasurable. (1879)"
  4314.   (1879.10) Jefferies Wild Life in S.C. 38 "In heavy rain..they [rabbits] generally remain within their buries. (1879)"
  4315.   (1879.11) Lubbock Addr. Pol. &. Educ. ix. 151 "English travellers in Oriental countries frequently make severe remarks on the manner in which the..remains of antiquity are allowed to go to ruin. (1879)"
  4316.   (1879.12) Lubbock Sci. Lect. v. 167 "Avebury, the most magnificent of Druidical remains. (1879)"
  4317.   (1879.13) Lubbock Addr. Pol. &. Educ. ix. 157 "A dolmen..of which only the capstone now remains. (1879)"
  4318.   (1879.14) Mrs. James Ind. Househ. Managem. 88 "Kegeree is composed of the remains of cold fish, and is usually a breakfast dish. (1879)"
  4319.   (1879.15) Miss Jackson Shropsh. Word-bk., "Hattocks, sheaves of corn inverted over the `mow' to protect it from wet. The two end sheaves of the `mow', which consists of eight sheaves, are taken as hattocks for the remaining six. (1879)"
  4320.   (1879.16) Miss Jackson Shropsh. Word-bk., "Heel, the top crust of a loaf cut off, or the bottom crust remaining. (1879)"
  4321.   (1879.17) Miss Bird Rocky Mount. I. 245 "One pair of stockings, such a mass of darns that hardly a trace of the original wool remains. (1879)"
  4322.   (1879.18) Proctor Pleas. Ways Sci. v. 125 "The part of the remaining light spectroscopically most effective. (1879)"
  4323.   (1879.19) Rutley Stud. Rocks x. 171 "It yet remains to be shown whether micro-felsitic matter is inert upon polarised light. (1879)"
  4324.   (1879.20) R. K. Douglas Confucianism iv. 93 "No virtue can remain untainted without learning. (1879)"
  4325.   (1879.21) R. K. Douglas Confucianism iii. 84 "Confucius perceived that the..ancients had for their object the worship of the one God, but he allowed this knowledge to remain sterile. (1879)"
  4326.   (1879.22) Rossiter Dict. Sci. Terms, "Fenestella, a polyzoon; known by many fossil remains in Devonian limestones and other rocks. (1879)"
  4327.   (1879.23) Stainer Music of Bible 157 "Their secrets remain for ever locked up. (1879)"
  4328.   (1879.24) Sir G. Scott Lect. Archit. II. 29 "Here..we have still remaining the *choir-crypt. (1879)"
  4329.   (1879.25) Sir G. G. Scott Lect. Archit. II. 131 "The windows of the triforium gallery, with the corbel tabling over them, still remain. (1879)"
  4330.   (1879.26) Sala Paris herself again (1880) I. iii. 29 "There yet remain slop-shops in the Palais Royal; but they are few in number. (1879)"
  4331.   (1879.27) Spencer Data of Ethics iv. §.17 "For a generation after geologists had become uniformitarians in Geology, they remained catastrophists in Biology. (1879)"
  4332.   (1879.28) Sir G. G. Scott Lect. Archit. II. 76 "An arch-order may be moulded or otherwise decorated, while the corresponding *pier-order may remain square. (1879)"
  4333.   (1879.29) Whitney Skr. Gram. 275 "There remain, as cases of doubtful belonging, etc. (1879)"
  4334.   (1879.30) Webster, "Zootic..containing the remains of organized bodies;-used of rock or soil. (1879)"
  4335.   (1879.31) Watts Dict. Chem., 3rd Supp. 421 "The brown-red hexagonal [sulphur] salt remains also a ceroso-ceric salt according to the new atomic weight. (1879)"
  4336.   (1879.32) Cassell's Techn. Educ. IV. 411/2 "The Zodiacal light is supposed to be the remains of the great nebula out of which the solar system was constructed. (1879)"
  4337.   (1879.33) Cassell's Techn. Educ. IV. 95/1 "It remains, therefore, to complete the work by representing the character of the country. (1879)"
  4338.   (1879.34) Cassell's Techn. Educ. I. 331/2 "The remaining liquor..is commonly called soaper's lye. (1879)"
  4339.   (1879.35) Encycl. Brit. X. 352/1 "The Kupfer-schiefer contains numerous fish..and remains of plants. (1879)"
  4340.   (1879.36) Grove's Dict. Music 734 "So long as the compass of a single Hexachord is not exceeded, its Solmization remains immutable. (1879)"
  4341.   (1879.37) Jrnl. Chem. Soc. XXXV. 758 "They [sc. terpenes] are ultimately rendered optically inactive, a considerable proportion remaining *unpolymerised. (1879)"
  4342.   (1879.38) Proc. R. Soc. XXVIII. 367 "The calcium line with wave-length 4226..appears more or less expanded with a dark line in the middle..; the remaining bright lines of calcium are also frequently seen in the like condition, but sometimes the dark line appears in the middle of K (the more refrangible of Fraunhofer's lines H), when there is none in the middle of H. (1879)"
  4343.   (1879.39) Syd. Soc. Lex. "Admotive germination: That in which the episperm containing the end of the cotyledon more or less tumefied remains fixed laterally near the base of the cotyledon. (1879)"
  4344.   (1879.40) St. George's Hosp. Rep. IX. 742 "The mother had milk-fever and abscess of breast. This last remained uncured. (1879)"
  4345.   (1879.41) Telegraphic Jrnl. 15 Oct. 344/2 "The `dusting-on' process [of phosphorescent photography] consists in coating a plate with a preparation of dextrine, honey, and bichromate of ammonia which..becomes hardened..remaining tacky where it is protected from..light. (1879)"
  4346.   (1879.42) Mark Twain Let. 21 Jan. (1920) I. 187 "The detectives were nosing around after Stewart's loud remains. (1879)"
  4347.   (1879.43) tr. De Quatrefages' Hum. Species 4 "In the crystal once formed, the forces remain in a state of stable equilibrium. (1879)"
  4348.   (1879.44) tr. Haeckel's Evol. Man II. xix. 146 "The brain of the Cloacal Animals has remained at a much lower stage of development. (1879)"
  4349.   (1880.1) A. R. Wallace Isl. Life 195 "Proofs of a mild Arctic climate, in the abundant *plant-remains of East Siberia and Amurland. (1880)"
  4350.   (1880.2) A. P. Stanley in Fraser's Mag. May 600 "The Roman Church..remains the great trunk from which the other communions have been divided in Western Christendom. (1880)"
  4351.   (1880.3) Allman in Linn. Soc. Jrnl., Zool. XV. 136 "These I regard as the remains of the *spermatogenic tissue. (1880)"
  4352.   (1880.4) Augusta T. Drane St. Catherine of Siena 369 "During the lifetime of the Saint the stigmas remained invisible, but were not so after her death. (1880)"
  4353.   (1880.5) A. Brown New Law Dict. (ed. 2), "Holding over, this is the phrase commonly used to denote that a tenant remains in possession of lands or houses after the determination of his term therein. (1880)"
  4354.   (1880.6) Bastian Brain xxv. 547 "In many cases of Hemi-an&ae.aeig;sthesia, the viscera remain at least as tender as ever under firm pressure. (1880)"
  4355.   (1880.7) Carnegie Pract. Trap., 16 "The dog still remained marking, so I went back. (1880)"
  4356.   (1880.8) C. R. Markham Peruv. Bark 78 "The dead and rotted roots of the rasamala-trees were allowed to remain. (1880)"
  4357.   (1880.9) Cleminshaw Wurtz' Atom. The. 59 "For the form to remain unchanged in analogous compounds, the elements which replace each other must be mutually isomorphous. (1880)"
  4358.   (1880.10) Disraeli Endym. III. xv. 153 "The protectionist ministry were to remain in office, and to repeal the corn laws. (1880)"
  4359.   (1880.11) F. Meyrick in Dict. Chr. Antiq. II. 1140/2 "The Purification... As first instituted, this was not a Festival of St. Mary, but of our Lord; and so it has always remained in the Eastern church. (1880)"
  4360.   (1880.12) Flower Hist. Trade Tin xiii. 170 "From the palm-oil bath by means of tongs, the sheets are passed by the tinman..to the tin pot, which is full of molten tin, and here they remain to soak for a period of 20 minutes. (1880)"
  4361.   (1880.13) Gunther Fishes 122 "The young..remain in an undeveloped condition, assuming an hydropic appearance. (1880)"
  4362.   (1880.14) Geikie Phys. Geog. iv. 191 "Chalk..is formed of the broken remains of minute forms of marine animal life. (1880)"
  4363.   (1880.15) G. Meredith Tragic Com. xviii. (1892) 252 "It was easier to remain incredulous notwithstanding the gradational distinctness of the whispers. (1880)"
  4364.   (1880.16) Gunther Fishes 314 "Some of the earliest determinable fish remains. (1880)"
  4365.   (1880.17) Gray Struct. Bot. iii. (ed. 6) 86 "Leaves..may be..persistent, when they remain through the cold season..during which vegetation is interrupted. (1880)"
  4366.   (1880.18) Geikie Phys. Geog. iv. 196 "In volcanic districts the water is often even at the boiling&dubh.point, and remains so permanently. (1880)"
  4367.   (1880.19) J. Ross Hist. Corea x. 332 "The things used in the evening sacrifice are to be removed,..but spirits and indestructibles may remain. (1880)"
  4368.   (1880.20) J. A. Allen Hist. N. Amer. Pinnipeds 470 "Some supposed Phocine remains were described. (1880)"
  4369.   (1880.21) Muirhead Ulpian vi. §.5 "An adventicious dowry always remains with the husband, unless the person who gave it have expressly stipulated that it shall be returned to him; such a dowry is called specifically recepticious. (1880)"
  4370.   (1880.22) McCarthy Own Times III. 208 "So long as the Bill of 1832 remained *unsupplemented. (1880)"
  4371.   (1880.23) Muirhead Gaius Introd. p. xv, "It is the remains..of a handbook for the practitioner; a vade mecum, as modern law-writers would call it. (1880)"
  4372.   (1880.24) Miss Broughton Sec. Th. ii. x. (1885) 237 "Nothing remains but for the once enemies to say farewell. (1880)"
  4373.   (1880.25) Muirhead Ulpian ii. §.2 "So long as the condition is pendent he remains a slave of the heir's. (1880)"
  4374.   (1880.26) Muirhead Gaius iv. §.120 "Exceptions..are peremptory that remain available always, and cannot be excluded; such are the exceptions of constraint or dole. (1880)"
  4375.   (1880.27) Rhoda Broughton Sec. Th. I. viii, "She remains dissatisfiedly mute. (1880)"
  4376.   (1880.28) Saville-Kent Man. Infusoria I. 286 "Spongomonas... Animalcules..living in social colonies, and forming by excretion a common domicile, which takes the form of a..gelatinous or semi-granular *zoocytium, within which they remain constantly immersed. (1880)"
  4377.   (1880.29) Swinburne Stud. Shaks. 62 "As yet the one contemporary book..remains..inaccessible and unhelpful to students. (1880)"
  4378.   (1880.30) W. S. Rockstro in Grove Dict. Mus. II. 17 "In whatever position they may be taken, Consonant Intervals remain always consonant; Dissonant Intervals, dissonant. (1880)"
  4379.   (1880.31) Arch&ae.aeig;ol. Cantiana XIII. 26 "Lanfranc's *tower-piers, and a few feet of his crypt walls undoubtedly remain. (1880)"
  4380.   (1880.32) Antrim &. Down Gloss. s.v., "`The potatoes lie down and walter on the ground', i.e. they remain lying. (1880)"
  4381.   (1880.33) Athen&ae.aeig;um 25 Sept. 395/1 "The superexaltation of St. Peter in face of the historical evidence which remains as to St. Paul's influence at Rome. (1880)"
  4382.   (1880.34) Daily News 20 Dec. 5/6 "To those who had already subdivided he offered new mountain farms, leaving the subdividers to decide who should remain and who should remove. (1880)"
  4383.   (1880.35) Daily Tel. 25 Oct., "The riders remain behind, for the wall from the road is hardly negotiable. (1880)"
  4384.   (1880.36) Encycl. Brit. XIII. 120/2 "All the Gupta inscriptions are dated in the Gupta-k&aacu.la, the Gupta era, the epoch of which has long been and still remains a subject of dispute. (1880)"
  4385.   (1880.37) Encycl. Brit. XIII. 341/2 "If cast immediately it is found that a much larger quantity of gas separates during solidification, rendering the steel porous, than is evolved if the metal is dead-melted, i.e., allowed to remain melted for an extra half hour or more. (1880)"
  4386.   (1880.38) Encycl. Brit. XI. 355/1 "H still remained as the rough breathing. (1880)"
  4387.   (1880.39) Encycl. Brit. XI. 205/1 "The remainder [of the inhabitants of the Grisons] use the Romansch or the Ladin dialect. (1880)"
  4388.   (1880.40) Libr. Univ. Knowl. (U.S.) XII. 845 "A native alloy of iridium, osmium, and ruthenium. This is called scaly osmiridium [`a gray, scaly, metallic substance', remaining `when crude platinum is dissolved in nitro-muriatic acid']. (1880)"
  4389.   (1880.41) Libr. Univ. Knowl. (N.Y.) XIII. 83 "Those who navigate the saved ship into port..[have] double the share of those who remain on the salvor vessel. (1880)"
  4390.   (1880.42) Pall Mall G. 28 Aug. 6/1 "It is said that much good work [in painting] will remain unhung for want of room. (1880)"
  4391.   (1880.43) Printing Times 15 May 116/1 "One or two remaining Abkhasian boxwood forests. (1880)"
  4392.   (1880.44) Trans. Amer. Inst. Min. Eng. VIII. 417 "Hercules powder..contains a very large proportion of nitrate of soda..the remainder of the dope being incombustible carbonate of magnesia. (1880)"
  4393.   (1880.45) Mark Twain Tramp Abroad xlvii. 495 "The tints remained during several minutes..paling almost away for a moment, then re-flushing,-a shifting, restless, unstable succession of soft opaline gleams. (1880)"
  4394.   (1880.46) Vernon Lee Italy iii. i. 73 "They wanted the singer to remain subservient to the composer. (1880)"
  4395.   (1881.1) A. J. Duffield Don Quixote III. lxiv. 641 "He wondered if Rozinante would remain humpbacked or not, or his master dislocated: it had been no small fortune had he been disluned. [Sp. deslocado, f. loco mad, `cracked'.]" (1881)"
  4396.   (1881.2) A. W. Tourg&eacu.e Zouri's Christmas in Royal Gentleman viii. 527 "Then he tried to drain the glass, but a part of the foamy nogg remained in it despite his efforts. (1881)"
  4397.   (1881.3) Besant &. Rice Chapl. of Fleet I. 182 "The beadles and vergers curtsied to the quality and remained behind for doles. (1881)"
  4398.   (1881.4) Behnke Mechanism Hum. Voice (ed. 2) 36 "The remaining two cartilages [of the larynx]..are the Pyramids, so called because of their shape. (1881)"
  4399.   (1881.5) Blackie Lay Serm. ii. 105 "A Samaritan..made it a point..in whatever attitude the first moment of the day had found him, in that position to remain..: if sitting, then to Sabbatise in the sitting attitude. (1881)"
  4400.   (1881.6) C. C. Harrison Woman's Handiwork 89 "Modern point coup&eacu...is made on a shut linen foundation, of which some of the threads are cut away and the remainder worked over with buttonhole stitch, making regular square spaces. (1881)"
  4401.   (1881.7) Duffield Don Quix. I. 365 "The knight..remained so disvisaged. (1881)"
  4402.   (1881.8) Duffield Don Quix. II. 555 "[She] flung her body..across the saddle, and remained forkedly, as if she had been a man. (1881)"
  4403.   (1881.9) E. Robertson in Encycl. Brit. XIII. 194/1 "That the non-combatant portions of the two communities should remain as though they were in a state of peace. (1881)"
  4404.   (1881.10) Emma Worboise Sissie xxv, "The pittance that remained was hers-hers unalienably. (1881)"
  4405.   (1881.11) Flower in Nature No. 619. 437 "When groups of animals become so far differentiated from each other as to represent separate species, they remain isolated. (1881)"
  4406.   (1881.12) Gladstone Sp. in Ho. Comm. 3 Feb., "It becomes my duty to make a Motion for the suspension of the following Members... I have to move that they be severally suspended from the service of the House during the remainder of the day's Sitting. (1881)"
  4407.   (1881.13) G. Allen Colin Clout's Cal. v. (1883) 28 "The remaining ganoids, sharks, and lampreys all show signs of depending mainly upon smell, their modern superseders show signs of depending mainly upon sight. (1881)"
  4408.   (1881.14) Greener Gun 252 "The pot is then placed in a bright coal fire, where it remains till the whole is of a worm red. (1881)"
  4409.   (1881.15) G. Allen Vignettes fr. Natures, Fall of the Year, "Australia remains an isolated outlier of Asia to the present day. (1881)"
  4410.   (1881.16) Greener Gun 314 "The stoving sweats the powder, and drives off any remaining moisture. (1881)"
  4411.   (1881.17) Jowett Thucyd. I. 169 "The invaders remained until their supplies were exhausted. (1881)"
  4412.   (1881.18) J. L. W. Thudichum in Ann. Chem. Med. II. 18 "A body remained insoluble which was of an alkaloidal nature, and to which, in commemoration of the many enigmas which it presented to the inquirer, I have given the name of Sphingosin. (1881)"
  4413.   (1881.19) Lincoln tr. Trousseau &. Pidoux's Therapeutics (ed. 9) III. 297 "Brown was sometimes right in the pathological order, if the incitation is repeated and remains the same. (1881)"
  4414.   (1881.20) Lady Herbert Edith 16 "Gordon could not compel her to remain at home and `mope herself to death' as she expressed it. (1881)"
  4415.   (1881.21) Lankester in Encycl. Brit. XII. 557/1 "In the *Tetragamelian Rhizostom&ae.aeig; these pits remain distinct from one another.., but in the Monogamelian Rhizostom&ae.aeig; they unite to form one continuous sub-genital cavity. (1881)"
  4416.   (1881.22) Michell Hawking in Macm. Mag. XLV. 39 "It remains only to break him to the lure, and to `enter' him, each of which processes is soon completed. (1881)"
  4417.   (1881.23) Max Mü.ller tr. Kant's Critique Pure Reason I. ii. 363, "I might call the two former [ideas], in a narrower sense, cosmical concepts (macrocosmically or microcosmically) and the remaining two transcendent concepts of nature. (1881)"
  4418.   (1881.24) Mivart Cat 125 "About 15 per cent. of the remaining fourth [of the substance of muscle] is found, after death, to consist of an albuminoid substance called syntonin, or muscle fibrin. (1881)"
  4419.   (1881.25) Max Mü.ller tr. Kant's Critique Pure Reason II. ii. iii. 223 "There remains nothing but mere wordmongery. (1881)"
  4420.   (1881.26) P. Robinson Under the Punkah 92 "Better for him had his arms remained feet, his ears never been replicated. (1881)"
  4421.   (1881.27) Raymond Mining Gloss., "Head-gear, that part of deep-boring apparatus which remains at the surface. (1881)"
  4422.   (1881.28) Raymond Mining Gloss., "Dzhu, to cut ahead on one side of a face, so as to increase the efficacy of blasting on the remainder..Also called to hulk. (1881)"
  4423.   (1881.29) T. Hughes Rugby, Tennessee 58 "They remained peacefully among corn-cobs till the danger had passed. (1881)"
  4424.   (1881.30) Tyndall Floating Matter in Air 103 "A shot hare will remain soft and limp for a day. (1881)"
  4425.   (1881.31) Westcott &. Hort Grk. N.T. II. 217 "The question of its remoteness or proximateness to the two extant MSS. remains undecided. (1881)"
  4426.   (1881.32) Wentworth Algebra xix. 266 "The remainder obtained by subtracting the logarithm of a number from 10 is called the cologarithm of the number, or arithmetical complement of the logarithm of the number. (1881)"
  4427.   (1881.33) Watts Dict. Chem. 1729 "Pyrroline..is a perfectly colourless, highly dispersive liquid, which, when quite pure, remains colourless for several days. (1881)"
  4428.   (1881.34) Young Every man his own Mechanic §.568 "The flat chisel..is used for smoothing the work, or taking off the remaining wood that was left by the gouge. (1881)"
  4429.   (1881.35) Athen&ae.aeig;um 15 Jan. 98/2 "We should have liked to have seen a marked distinction made between..the lampreys and the remainder of the Craniota. (1881)"
  4430.   (1881.36) Chem. News 20 May 233/1 "The peroxide of ethyl remains as a dense syrupy liquid, miscible with water. (1881)"
  4431.   (1881.37) Cassell's Nat. Hist. V. 367 "The Solitary Bees..form the remainder of the family. (1881)"
  4432.   (1881.38) Detroit Free Press 26 Sept. 1/5 "Weidman..will have to go into the box for the remaining four games. (1881)"
  4433.   (1881.39) Eagle Mag. XI. 353 "The remaining two events being run off on the following Tuesday. (1881)"
  4434.   (1881.40) Encycl. Brit. XII. 832/1 "The Sacs and Foxes, now one tribe, located in Indian Territory, were originally separate, living near Green Bay, Wisconsin... A few still remain in Iowa, Nebraska, and Kansas. (1881)"
  4435.   (1881.41) Local Govt. Board, Rep. Medical Officer 200 "Pasteur further states that the animals inoculated with the mitigated virus remain immune against further attacks of anthrax. (1881)"
  4436.   (1881.42) Leicestersh. Gloss., "Flesh-beam or *Fleshing-beam, a wooden instrument..on which is suspended the hide to be dressed, for the purpose of scraping off any remains of the flesh, &.c. (1881)"
  4437.   (1881.43) Nature XXIII. 280 "The peculiar metamorphosis enables the larva to remain..adapted to a locomotor life. (1881)"
  4438.   (1881.44) Oxfordsh. Gloss. (Suppl.), "Crutlins, the remains of the leaf after the lard is extracted, sometimes called scratchins (Islip cruklins). (1881)"
  4439.   (1881.45) Proc. Intercollegiate Conventions Conf. in P. H. Davis Football (1911) 469 "If the game still remains a tie the side which makes four or more safeties less than their opponents shall win the game. (1881)"
  4440.   (1881.46) Pharmaceut. Jrnl. 29 Oct. 358 "Beer..previously `pasteurized'-and exposed to direct sunlight... At the end of three weeks the non-pasteurized beer..commenced to lose its clearness; but the pasteurized sample remained quite bright. (1881)"
  4441.   (1881.47) Spectator No. 2761. 695 "Millions a year are lost on the Stock Exchange in buying and selling Options alone, just because the keenest of mankind think everything will remain as it was for one more fortnight. (1881)"
  4442.   (1881.48) Syd. Soc. Lex. s.v. Cartilage, "Cartilage is..permanent when it remains such during life. (1881)"
  4443.   (1881.49) Times 14 Apr. 10/1 "With extended facilities and provisions for the security of the remainderman, many encumbered Irish properties would now be willingly disposed of. (1881)"
  4444.   (1881.50) Times 4 Jan. 3/6 "The remainder of the bitumen film is removed and impressions are pulled from it like any other etched plate. (1881)"
  4445.   (1882.1) A. Thomson in Quain's Elem. Anat. (ed. 9) II. 831 (heading) "Pineal gland. Epiphysis cerebri... This body is formed by an out-folding from the back part of the inter-brain roof, at a place where the opposite sides remain united by nervous matter afterwards giving rise to the pineal peduncles. (1882)"
  4446.   (1882.2) Blades Caxton 130 "In `Speculum Vit&ae.aeig; Christi' we actually find `a bite,' half of the bottom line remaining unprinted. (1882)"
  4447.   (1882.3) Cave &. Banks tr. Dorner's Chr. Doctrine 220 "The decision of the Dyothelitic Council of the year 680: `The human will remains in unity with the Divine, because it is always determined by the omnipotent drawing of the Logos'. (1882)"
  4448.   (1882.4) De Windt Equator 34 "The remainder are quartered at the various forts or out-stations along the coast, and in the interior of the country. (1882)"
  4449.   (1882.5) De Windt Equator 69 "The remainder of the tribe were unarmed, as it is made a strict rule in Sarawak that..all arms..shall be left behind. (1882)"
  4450.   (1882.6) Everett Deschanel's Nat. Philos. §.758 "When this condition is fulfilled, the remaining pair of opposite branches are conjugate, that is to say, a battery in one produces no current in the other. (1882)"
  4451.   (1882.7) Everett Deschanel's Nat. Philos. §.759 "When there is equality between the two products of opposite resistances..the current in either of the two remaining branches will be independent of the electro-motive force of the battery in the other; and these two branches are still said to be conjugate. (1882)"
  4452.   (1882.8) Farrar Early Chr. I. 206 "Would a writer so..powerful..have remained uninfluential and unknown?" (1882)"
  4453.   (1882.9) Farrar Early Chr. I. 540 "Myriads of Jewish Christians remained secretly unpersuaded. (1882)"
  4454.   (1882.10) Geikie Text Bk. Geol. iii. ii. ii. §.1. 328 "This vapour remains invisible until the air containing it is cooled down below its dew-point, or point of saturation. (1882)"
  4455.   (1882.11) Galton in Rep. Brit. Assoc. 1881 245 "The Upper Decile is that which is exceeded by one-tenth of an infinitely large group, and which the remaining nine-tenths fall short of. The Lower Decile is the converse of this. (1882)"
  4456.   (1882.12) Gosse in Grosart Spenser III. p. xlvi, "Ramsay's Gentle Shepherd..remains the most vertebrate and interesting bucolic drama produced in Great Britain. (1882)"
  4457.   (1882.13) Geikie Text-bk. Geol. (1885) 116 "Fragmental rocks are formed either of the d&eacu.bris of older rocks, or of the aggregated remains of plants or animals. (1882)"
  4458.   (1882.14) Howells in Longm. Mag. I. 53 "Only a score of middle-aging veterans remained. (1882)"
  4459.   (1882.15) Hall Caine D. G. Rossetti 273 "Remaining..in the same mind relative to our mutual housemating. (1882)"
  4460.   (1882.16) J. D. Everett Vibratory Motion &. Sound v. 51 "Comparing together the four positions of the string..points A, C, and A1 remain permanently at rest, and the points B and D midway between them undergo the largest displacement... The points of permanent rest, A, C, and A1 are called nodes and the points of maximum displacement, B and D, antinodes. (1882)"
  4461.   (1882.17) Minchin Unipl. Kinemat. 215 "The remaining portion of this equipotential locus is..the (imaginary) circle which cuts the circle of poles orthogonally. (1882)"
  4462.   (1882.18) Nares Seamanship (ed. 6) 156 "The lead that remains in the groove must be extracted-this is called reaming. (1882)"
  4463.   (1882.19) Nares Seamanship (ed. 6) 162 "A ganger, two or more lengths of chain cable shackled to the sheet anchor. It enables part of the sheet cable always to remain bent. (1882)"
  4464.   (1882.20) O'Donovan Merv Oasis I. xvi. 275 "The footbank has crumbled away to such an extent that only a few inches in breadth remain. (1882)"
  4465.   (1882.21) Ogilvie, "Monochronic, in geol. applied to organic remains which seem to have been deposited at the same period. [Similarly in later Dicts.]" (1882)"
  4466.   (1882.22) Stevenson Fam. Stud. Men &. Bks., Villon (1905) 162 "How or when he died, whether decently in bed or trussed up to a gallows, remains a riddle. (1882)"
  4467.   (1882.23) Sergt. Ballantine Exper. xvii. 171 "As long as he remained..he was the soul of the table. (1882)"
  4468.   (1882.24) Vines Sach's Bot. 947 "The net-work readily stains with h&ae.aeig;matoxylin, but the fluid remains colourless. (1882)"
  4469.   (1882.25) Vines Sach's Bot. 130 "A middle layer of the cambial cells always remains capable of division. (1882)"
  4470.   (1882.26) Vines Sachs' Bot. 634 "The cotyledons remain thin like shortly stalked foliage-leaves. (1882)"
  4471.   (1882.27) Vines tr. Sach's Bot. 417 "These peculiar stipules remain fresh and succulent not only during the life of the leaves but also after they have fallen. (1882)"
  4472.   (1882.28) Vines Sachs' Bot. 640 "The numerous dormant buds of woody plants may long remain buried and yet retain their vitality. (1882)"
  4473.   (1882.29) Vines tr. Sach's Bot. 620 "In Grasses, however, the whole of the plumule projects from the seed, the scutellum only remaining behind in it. (1882)"
  4474.   (1882.30) Vines Sach's Bot. 139 "One of the two daughter-cells (the Apical Cell) remains..similar to the mother-cell. (1882)"
  4475.   (1882.31) Vines Sach's Bot. 57 "At every point of a starch grain both constituents occur together; if the granulose is extracted, the farinose remains behind as a skeleton. (1882)"
  4476.   (1882.32) W. H. Bishop in Harper's Mag. Dec. 60/2 "A half mile of graded road-bed alone remains. (1882)"
  4477.   (1882.33) W. Hoey tr. Oldenberg's Buddha i. i. 75 "The Church of Ceylon remained true to the simple, homely, `Word of the Ancients' (Theravâ.da). (1882)"
  4478.   (1882.34) Academy 27 May 382/1 "Mammalian remains found in the phosphorite deposits of Quercy. (1882)"
  4479.   (1882.35) Daily News 27 April 4/7 "In the presence of a large and representative gathering the remains of the late Mr. Darwin were yesterday interred in Westminster Abbey. (1882)"
  4480.   (1882.36) Encycl. Brit. XIV. 327/1 "Oscan or Samnite..the language of the Sabines, the Marsians, and the Volscians, of which but scanty traces remain. (1882)"
  4481.   (1882.37) Garden Jan. 35/3 "Roses..cease to grow altogether if their *root-run remain saturated. (1882)"
  4482.   (1882.38) Garden 11 Feb. 92/2 "The London Pride remains fresh and bright all through the winter. (1882)"
  4483.   (1882.39) Harper's Mag. Nov. 872/2 "The grapes for raisin&dubh.making..are removed to an airy building known as a `sweat-house', where they remain possibly a month, till the last vestiges of moisture are extracted. (1882)"
  4484.   (1882.40) Jamieson's Sc. Dict. IV. 228/1 "To sit on, to remain, to continue to abide in the same house. (1882)"
  4485.   (1882.41) Knowledge No. 19. 403/2 "The actual leverage increases as A W is increased, supposing the oar's length to remain unchanged. (1882)"
  4486.   (1882.42) Pall Mall G. 26 July 6/1 "The whole of the remaining uncalled capital would have to be called up in order to pay the creditors. (1882)"
  4487.   (1882.43) Syd. Soc. Lex. s.v., "The retina is said to be coarctate when, owing to the accumulation of fluid between it and the choroid, it assumes the form of a funnel, extending from the entrance of the optic nerve to the margin, or to the remains of the lens. (1882)"
  4488.   (1882.44) Standard 25 Aug. 3/7 "[They] remained on the camp side of the river, escalading, hand grenading, and double lock bridge building. (1882)"
  4489.   (1882.45) Syd. Soc. Lex., "Cryptorchidism, the condition of a Cryptorchis. Cryptorchis, term for one whose testicles have not descended into the scrotum, but remain in the abdomen. (1882)"
  4490.   (1882.46) Times of Natal 8 June, "About 3,900 yards of the sluits remain uncovered. (1882)"
  4491.   (1882.47) U.S. Rep. Prec. Met. 621 "`Rim-rock' is such portion as remains of the country-rock which formed the sides or banks of the ancient rivers. (1882)"
  4492.   (1882.48) in West. Morn. News 25 Nov. 5/6 "The ascending cage was hurled into the headgear, smashing the butterflies and breaking the engine rope, and had it not been for the remaining butterflies the cage must have fallen to the bottom. (1882)"
  4493.   (1883.1) A. Dobson Fielding vi. 167 "A secret that, to this day, remains undivulged. (1883)"
  4494.   (1883.2) A. Winchell World-Life 281 (Cent. Dict.), "Colonies, reapparitions, and other faunal dislocations in the vertical and horizontal distribution of fossil remains. (1883)"
  4495.   (1883.3) A. Roberts O.T. Revis. ii. 29 "The tradition..remains unshaken. (1883)"
  4496.   (1883.4) C. S. Burne Shropshire Folk-Lore xxi. 277 "The apparitions which..nurses used to discover in their tea-cups when they had..emptied the last remains of the tea in such a manner as to leave the dregs scattered well over the bottom and sides of the cup. (1883)"
  4497.   (1883.5) E. Thring Theory &. Pract. Teaching v. 53 "It is useless pumping on a kettle with the lid on. Pump, pump, pump. The pump-handle goes vigorously..but the kettle remains empty. (1883)"
  4498.   (1883.6) Froude Short Stud. IV. ii. iv. 215 "The emphasis of phrases may remain, but the point emphasised has been blunted. (1883)"
  4499.   (1883.7) F. Galton Inq. Hum. Faculty 156 "They remain unmodified and unmodifiable. (1883)"
  4500.   (1883.8) Fairbairn City of God iii. i. 230 "The ideal of manhood He [Christ] created..remains the regnant ideal of man, the humanest men being the men who realize it. (1883)"
  4501.   (1883.9) Goldw. Smith in Ward Eng. Poets II. 381 "Marvell, far less compromised and by no means regicidal, remained in public life. (1883)"
  4502.   (1883.10) Grove Dict. Mus. III. 461/2 "Sempre, `always'; a word used in conjunction with some other mark of time or expression to signify that such mark is to remain in force until a new direction appears. (1883)"
  4503.   (1883.11) H. W. V. Stuart Egypt 425 "A perfect tempest of wind, which..drove the Era against the western bank, where she remained hopelessly pasted. (1883)"
  4504.   (1883.12) Halliwell-Phillipps Life Shaks. Pref. 8 "The scanty records of the poet's biography that yet remain. (1883)"
  4505.   (1883.13) Hardy Dorsetsh. Labourer in Longm. Mag. July 263 "It is too much to expect them to remain stagnant and old-fashioned. (1883)"
  4506.   (1883.14) J. Gilmour Mongols 362 "Etiquette requiring them to remain motionless at the board. (1883)"
  4507.   (1883.15) J. Gardner Brewer, Distiller etc. v. 146 "The remaining weak spirit that distils over, called faints, is caught separately. (1883)"
  4508.   (1883.16) J. Gardner Brewer, Distiller 226 "If the breakage, or casse, as it is termed, has not exceeded 7 or 8 per cent. by the time August is reached, he..lets the wine remain. (1883)"
  4509.   (1883.17) Ld. Moncreiff Law Rep. 9 App. Cases 317/2 "While [the conveyance]..remained unrecalled it was absolute. (1883)"
  4510.   (1883.18) Leuthner in Trans. Zool. Soc. Lond. (1885) XI. 400 "The gap between the mesodont and *tel[e]odont forms long remained unbridged. (1883)"
  4511.   (1883.19) R. W. Dixon Mano i. iv. 10 "The crops remained unsown this year. (1883)"
  4512.   (1883.20) R. Haldane Workshop Receipts Ser. ii. 372/2 "The..remaining hairs, and other dirt, can now be very readily scudded out. (1883)"
  4513.   (1883.21) Seeley Expans. Eng. 38 "By a colony we understand a community which is not merely derivative, but which remains politically connected in a relation of dependence with the parent community. (1883)"
  4514.   (1883.22) Stevenson Black Arrow (1888) 52 "The two lads..hurried through the remainder of the outwood. (1883)"
  4515.   (1883.23) W. A. Hammond Sexual Impotence in Male i. 57 "The one who was in this disgusting arrangement to act the part of `husband' came to his `wife's' bed and remained there during the night. (1883)"
  4516.   (1883.24) W. Blake in Walsh Irish Fisheries 27 (Fish. Exhib. Publ.), "Even now in certain parts of the county of Cork there were remains of what were called fish palaces, where the Dutch used to cure the fish. (1883)"
  4517.   (1883.25) Whitelaw Sophocles, Philoct. 123 "Now then remain, and wait his coming here, Whilst I go hence. (1883)"
  4518.   (1883.26) 19th Cent. Nov. 754 "Two-thirds of its population..belonging to the Reformed Church, the remaining third being mainly Russniaks or Ruthenes. (1883)"
  4519.   (1883.27) 19th Cent. Nov. 754 "Two-thirds of its population..belonging to the Reformed Church, the remaining third being mainly Russniaks or Ruthenes. (1883)"
  4520.   (1883.28) Ch. Times XXI. 333/3 "A traditional remain of his office of server. (1883)"
  4521.   (1883.29) Cambridge Staircase viii. 137, "I am in college, and there I intend to remain till I go down. (1883)"
  4522.   (1883.30) Chamb. Jrnl. 1 Dec. 761/1 "When the tarantant had by this means recovered, he or she remained free from the disease until the approach of the warm weather in the next year. (1883)"
  4523.   (1883.31) Cent. Mag. July 332/2 "He shuts off the flow, measures what remains in the tank, and makes out a triplicate certificate, showing depth of oil at the beginning and at the end of the run. (1883)"
  4524.   (1883.32) Chamb. Jrnl. 78 "The Camorrist remains the personification of power and heroism to the Neapolitan. (1883)"
  4525.   (1883.33) Cassell's Fam. Mag. Aug. 528/1 "The beans [of coffee are] put through a winnower, which takes off a delicate skin still remaining, called the `silver-skin'. (1883)"
  4526.   (1883.34) Encycl. Brit. XVI. 848/1 "In equity the mortgager remains the real owner, and the mortgagee is merely an encumbrancer. (1883)"
  4527.   (1883.35) Encycl. Brit. XV. 491/2 "Of the latter [Indian half-breeds] one half are of English-speaking parentage..the remainder are known as Metis or Bois-brû.l&eacu.s. (1883)"
  4528.   (1883.36) Fortn. Rev. July 104 "There will still remain a considerable debt unliquidated. (1883)"
  4529.   (1883.37) Harper's Mag. Feb. 365/1 "This room remains in its original state, with the exception of the papering. (1883)"
  4530.   (1883.38) Jrnl. Chem. Soc. XLIV. 230 "The denitrification is effected by the organisms which are developed; for if the liquid is sterilised by heat..the liquid remains clear and the nitrate is not altered. (1883)"
  4531.   (1883.39) Law Rep. 24 Chanc. Div. 375 "As there were so many shares remaining unallotted, it shews that there were no other persons ready to take them. (1883)"
  4532.   (1883.40) Syd. Soc. Lex., "Dormant bud, a bud which remains, it may be for years, undeveloped on a plant stem. (1883)"
  4533.   (1883.41) Science 6 Apr. 252 "The nature of some impressions described by *phytopaleontologists as remains of fossil Alg&ae.aeig;. (1883)"
  4534.   (1883.42) Times 17 Nov. 10 "The wines should not remain long on ullage. (1883)"
  4535.   (1883.43) Wharton's Law Lex. (ed. 7), "Intrusion, the entry of a stranger after a particular estate of freehold is determined before him in reversion or remainder. (1883)"
  4536.   (1883.44) Wharton's Law Lex. (ed. 7) 419 "An insolvent as distinguished from a bankrupt, was an insolvent who was not a trader; for originally only a trader could be made bankrupt, in the sense of obtaining an absolute discharge from his debts, while the future estate of an insolvent remained liable for his debts, even after his discharge. (1883)"
  4537.   (1883.45) in G. B. Goode Fish Indust. U.S.A. 76 "The fish remained in the basin until they were ripe. (1883)"
  4538.   (1883.46) in N. Okoshi Fisheries Japan 33 (Fish. Exhib. Publ.), "There will remain 384 meshes, which, being netted again [etc.]. (1883)"
  4539.   (1884.1) McLaren Spinning 46 "[In] the power of remaining fresh and unrancid..olive [oil] is pre-eminent. (1884)"
  4540.   (1884.2) W. S. B. McLaren Spinning (ed. 2) 62 "As it is to be spun into worsted,..the longer the fibres remain the better will be the spin. (1884)"
  4541.   (1884.3) A. Daniell Princ. Physics xi. 247 "If a magnetic needle be so adjusted as to have its lower surface in contact with the surface of a solution of saponine, it will remain in any position in defiance of the directive force of the earth's magnetism. (1884)"
  4542.   (1884.4) Addis &. Arnold Cath. Dict. 553/1 "The name `martyrium' (martu&acu.rion)..at first meant the church built over a martyr's remains. (1884)"
  4543.   (1884.5) A. Birrell Obiter Dicta Ser. i. 183 "The age has remained transitional so unconscionably long. (1884)"
  4544.   (1884.6) Abbott Flatland i. §.1 (ed. 2) 3, "I call our world Flatland..Imagine a vast sheet of paper on which straight Lines, Triangles, Squares, Pentagons, Hexagons, and other figures, instead of remaining fixed in their places, move freely about, on or in the surface, but without the power of rising above it or sinking below it. (1884)"
  4545.   (1884.7) A. Lang in Century Mag. Jan. 325/2 "Grubbing among Roman remains and relics. (1884)"
  4546.   (1884.8) Bower &. Scott De Bary's Phaner. 314 "Where the branching appears and remains as a forking of the main axis. (1884)"
  4547.   (1884.9) E. Abbott Flatland 86 "Remaining henceforth thy docile pupil, thy *unemancipable slave. (1884)"
  4548.   (1884.10) F. J. Britten Watch &. Clockm. 144 "In this form of the lever escapement the pallets have not less than 10°. of motion. Of this amount 2°. are used for locking, and the remainder for impulse. The amount of locking is to some extent dependent on the size of the escapement... The lighter the locking the better. (1884)"
  4549.   (1884.11) Gladstone in Standard 29 Feb. 2/7 "We knew..that the Bill must remain a Bill, and could never have become an Act of Parliament. (1884)"
  4550.   (1884.12) G. C. Davies Norfolk Broads xxi. 156 "As we got under the lee of the bridge the wind failed us and we remained motionless in the bridge-way. (1884)"
  4551.   (1884.13) Higgs Magn. Dyn. Electr. Mach. 269 "Where &rho., the only quantity remaining unexplained, represents the undetermined factor. (1884)"
  4552.   (1884.14) H. Spencer Man versus State 14 "If people by a pl&eacu.biscite elect a man despot over them, do they remain free because the despotism was of their own making?" (1884)"
  4553.   (1884.15) Jefferies Red Deer iv. 72 "While this bark or skin remains on the horn the stag is said to be in velvet and is not hunted. (1884)"
  4554.   (1884.16) J. Payne 1001 Nights IX. 166 "Moreover, they ate not anydele of the food that remained in the tray. (1884)"
  4555.   (1884.17) K. Johnston Africa (ed. 3) xxiv. 399 "The remaining portions of Kafraria, including..that of the Amapondo extending across the St. John's River between the Umtata and the Umtamfuna, the boundary river of Natal. (1884)"
  4556.   (1884.18) Knight Dict. Mech. Suppl. 770/1 "If this steel rough be made to fit the hole exactly, it remains firm in its place. (1884)"
  4557.   (1884.19) Lady Brassey in Gd. Words Mar. 163/1 "We remained hove-to all the next day. (1884)"
  4558.   (1884.20) L. F. &. R. L. Allen New Amer. Farm Bk. 62 "Spent lye of the asheries, is the liquid which remains after the combination of the lye and grease in manufacturing soap. (1884)"
  4559.   (1884.21) Madame Valerie Cookery for Amateurs ii. 25 "Soups... À. la Reine. Although this potage has a fine name it is easily made if you have the remains of cold fowl or turkey. (1884)"
  4560.   (1884.22) Mackenzie Dis. Throat &. Nose II. 135 "The remaining operations, internal oesophagotomy, *oesophagostomy, and gastrostomy. (1884)"
  4561.   (1884.23) R. Holland Gloss. Chester 78 "Conquerors, a game played with horse-chestnuts threaded on a string... The chestnut which remains unhurt is then `conqueror of one'. (1884)"
  4562.   (1884.24) R. W. Church Bacon iii. 68 "Bacon still remained in the shade. (1884)"
  4563.   (1884.25) Sir C. S. C. Bowen in Law Rep. 12 Q.B.D. 170 "The blot in the proceedings of the respondent still remains uncured. (1884)"
  4564.   (1884.26) S. P. Thompson Dynamo-Electr. Machinery vii. 126 "The advantage originally claimed for this construction, namely, that it allows less of the total length of wire to remain `idle' on the inner side of the ring, is rather imaginary than real. (1884)"
  4565.   (1884.27) Sir J. Bacon in Law Rep. 27 Ch. Div. 47 "The point which is said to remain for disposition when the case is heard. (1884)"
  4566.   (1884.28) W. M. Williams Borized Meats in Gentl. Mag., "The borized haunch remained perfectly untainted..The circulation of the borized blood might be continued. (1884)"
  4567.   (1884.29) W. Armstrong tr. G. Perrot &. C. Chipiez' Hist. Art Chaldea &. Assyria I. iv. 386 "Nothing but the first two stages..now remain at Nimroud of..the chief temple of Calah. (1884)"
  4568.   (1884.30) W. J. Hughan Orig. Eng. Rite Freemasonry p. iii, "Although under various Grand Lodges the details of the working differ, the landmarks remain practically identical. (1884)"
  4569.   (1884.31) Wylie Hist. Protestantism viii. i. I. 411/1 "Nor have their souls remained unattempered by the grandeurs amid which they daily move. (1884)"
  4570.   (1884.32) Athen&ae.aeig;um 8 Mar. 307/1 "Remaining unmoved amid a crashing universe, and so forth. (1884)"
  4571.   (1884.33) Athen&ae.aeig;um 21 Oct. 473/3 "Mr. Kendal, though his get-up is a little `wiggy', remains excellent as Philippe Derblay. (1884)"
  4572.   (1884.34) Athen&ae.aeig;um 20 Dec. 808/1 "The remaining third include rhododendrons, rues,..viburnums. (1884)"
  4573.   (1884.35) Archit. Publ. Soc. Dict. s.v. M&ae.aeig;ander, "As guillochis or m&eacu.andres are known in Italy as alla Greca, so the word grecque is likely to remain in France the technical name of the m&eacu.andre. (1884)"
  4574.   (1884.36) Brit. Stand. Handbks. Sports &. Pastimes II. ii. 16 "Skittles, That all pins be knocked down, but should one remain standing it shall be considered an extra `go'... That the number of `goes' be limited to five. (1884)"
  4575.   (1884.37) Cath. Dict. 556/2 "Mary, then, was the Virgin Mother of God. She remained in perpetual virginity. (1884)"
  4576.   (1884.38) Chesh. Gloss., "Cratcherns or Cratchings, (1) the dried up bits that remain after the rendering of lard, used for making cratchern cakes; (2) graves, from a chandler's refuse fat. (1884)"
  4577.   (1884.39) Encycl. Brit. XVII. 362/1 "Interesting remains of ancient lake dwellings have been discovered at Estavayer and Cortaillod. (1884)"
  4578.   (1884.40) Gd. Words Nov. 747/2 "The last remains of the old udallers are to be found amongst the `peerie (small) lairds' of Fladdabister. (1884)"
  4579.   (1884.41) Leeds Merc. (Weekly Suppl.) 15 Nov. 6/2 "Stirling Castle, the chief place of strength.., still remained unreduced. (1884)"
  4580.   (1884.42) Longm. Mag. Mar. 486 "The ingenuity of inventors..would not allow so fine a field for invention to remain long un&dubh.worked. (1884)"
  4581.   (1884.43) Law Rep. 27 Chanc. Div. 210 "The outlay upon Cardiff Docks is not simpliciter a question between tenant for life and remainderman. (1884)"
  4582.   (1884.44) Manch. Exam. 22 Nov. 4/7 "The voting papers were scrutinised with the exception of 547 remaining unaccounted for. (1884)"
  4583.   (1884.45) Manch. Exam. 21 Mar. 4/5 "A report from the Milan silk market states that the conditioning returns remain very high. (1884)"
  4584.   (1884.46) Manch. Exam. 20 Aug. 6/3 "Large masses of peat, lignitic branches..and animal remains. (1884)"
  4585.   (1884.47) Proc. Zool. Soc. 262 "Four specimens of a small Melania were collected..all eroded at the upper part of the spire, leaving only four volutions remaining. (1884)"
  4586.   (1884.48) Peel City Guardian No. 26. 2/1 "The rest of the `Old Lady in Threadneedle-street' remained unbroken. (1884)"
  4587.   (1884.49) Times (weekly ed.) 17 Oct. 4/1 "If Parliament is whittled down so that nothing remains of it but the House of Commons. (1884)"
  4588.   (1884.50) Times (weekly ed.) 5 Sept. 1/1 "The remains of the late Lord Ampthill. (1884)"
  4589.   (1884.51) York Herald 26 Aug. 7/3 "The trade in wool remains firm..all hog made from 11s. to 12s. 3d. per stone. (1884)"
  4590.   (1884.52) tr. Lotze's Logic 328 "If this force is of such a kind as to allow the object exposed to its influence to remain identically the same, the same effect would take place afresh in the object every fresh time we let the same cause operate on it. (1884)"
  4591.   (1884.53) tr. Lotze's Logic 400 "The only remaining possibility is either the lot, or the decision of some external will. (1884)"
  4592.   (1885.1) C. I. Elton in Encycl. Brit. XVIII. 296/1 "It is said that the only civil function of the parish-clerk now remaining is to undertake the custody of maps and documents..deposited under the provisions of the Railway Clauses Act, 1845. (1885)"
  4593.   (1885.2) C. T. Davis Leather xlii. 681 "The treatment with the scraping-knife being generally not sufficient for complete frizzing, the remaining portions of the grain are removed with another sharp knife. (1885)"
  4594.   (1885.3) C. T. Davis Manuf. Leather xxxii. 525 "When sufficiently softened the skins are next placed in the `limes'... The goat-skins remain in the `limes' about 14 days. (1885)"
  4595.   (1885.4) C. T. Davis Manuf. Leather xxxii. 527 "Upon removal from the bate the skins are `slated', which is the removal of the fine hair remaining upon the skins after the unhairing operation. (1885)"
  4596.   (1885.5) H. James Little Tour in France xxiii. 151 "A man of the people,..extremely intelligent,..yet remaining essentially of the people. (1885)"
  4597.   (1885.6) J. B. Leno Boot &. Shoemaking i. 11 "Sandalled slippers..remained in fashion till the early portion of the reign of Victoria. (1885)"
  4598.   (1885.7) J. L. Davies Soc. Quest. 372 "There must always remain a whole heaven of difference between the position of those who know nothing of nature..and that of those who recognise light and guidance..as coming to men from the living God. (1885)"
  4599.   (1885.8) J. L. Joynes tr. Marx's Wage-Labour &. Capital 10 "The real wage expresses the price of labour in relation to the price of other commodities... Real wages may remain the same, or they may even rise, and yet the relative wages may none the less have fallen. (1885)"
  4600.   (1885.9) J. Chamberlain in Cobden Club Dinner, Special Rep. 11 "It is only upon those terms that what will be known in history as the `Stop-gap' Government can invite the toleration of its opponents... I see no reason why they should not remain as caretakers on the premises-(great laughter and cheering)-until the new tenants are ready in November for a prolonged..occupation. (1885)"
  4601.   (1885.10) Mabel Collins Prettiest Woman v, "There are still the remains of the *serf system. (1885)"
  4602.   (1885.11) Mrs. H. Ward tr. Amiel's Jrnl. 255 "The glacier throws off the stones and fragments fallen into its crevasses that it may remain pure crystal. (1885)"
  4603.   (1885.12) Proctor Whist viii. 91 "While doubt remains as to the position of trump strength, avoid..discarding a singleton. (1885)"
  4604.   (1885.13) T. Hardy Huck. Finn viii. 62, "I was having a good enough time seeing them hunt for my remainders. (1885)"
  4605.   (1885.14) Watson &. Burbury Math. Theory Electr. &. Magn. I. 83 "The fluid of either kind in any electrified body in excess of that of the opposite kind is called the Free Electricity of the body, and the remaining fluids of the body, consisting of equal amounts of fluids of opposite kinds, together constitute what is called the Latent, Combined or Fixed Electricity of the body. (1885)"
  4606.   (1885.15) Watson &. Burbury Math. Th. Electr. &. Magn. I. 234 "The hydrogen H2 does not as in that case remain free. It passes through the diaphragm and displaces an equivalent of copper in the sulphate of copper. (1885)"
  4607.   (1885.16) Athen&ae.aeig;um 28 Mar. 403/3 "Election..by compromission, wherein certain delegates or proctors, being chosen by the chapter, retired to nominate, the remainder of the chapter continuing in prayer and pledged to accept the nomination of the delegates. (1885)"
  4608.   (1885.17) Athen&ae.aeig;um 4 July 9/1 "With..increasing injuries to the few remaining defences. (1885)"
  4609.   (1885.18) Century Mag. XXX. 579/1 "With staircases and elevator-shafts which must remain open, [etc.]. (1885)"
  4610.   (1885.19) Catholic Dict., (ed. 3) s.v., "The Oratory at Birmingham has remained under the direction..of its illustrious founder. (1885)"
  4611.   (1885.20) Daily News 1 Sept. 2/5 "At half-distance the positions remained unaltered, and, as they began the last lap, it appeared to be any one's race. (1885)"
  4612.   (1885.21) Encycl. Brit. XIX. 238/2 "French Switzerland has always remained the stronghold of Plymouthism on the Continent. (1885)"
  4613.   (1885.22) Encycl. Brit. XVIII. 4002 "Histogenetically, they [connective tissues] are the remains of that..embryonic tissue from which the blood-channels themselves were made. (1885)"
  4614.   (1885.23) Encycl. Brit. XVIII. 486 "They are first defined in an epistle ascribed to Gregory Thaumaturgus about the year 258, and are as under: (1) Weepers..; (2) Hearers..; (3) Kneelers..; (4) Standers, who might remain throughout the entire rite, but were not suffered to communicate. (1885)"
  4615.   (1885.24) Househ. Words 29 Aug. 350/1, "I say that part of this money shall be shared among us as `sals', and some of the remainder shall be used for mounting the guv'nor's panto. (1885)"
  4616.   (1885.25) Harper's Mag. Jan. 276/1 "Hides remain in a `first layer' for six or eight days. The same process is repeated in a `second layer' in other vats for about two weeks, and in a third, or `splitting layer', for about four weeks. (1885)"
  4617.   (1885.26) L'pool Daily Post 29 Aug. 5/2 "Gossipers on the Flags were pleased to notice that cotton remains fair. (1885)"
  4618.   (1885.27) Law Rep. 14 Q.B.D. 874 "He remained, as he alleged, out of sight of anyone entering the shop. (1885)"
  4619.   (1885.28) Law Times LXXIX. 342/1 "He did not see his way clear to allow their names to remain upon the register. (1885)"
  4620.   (1885.29) Law Times Rep. LIII. 228/2 "The Legislature intended to..put reversioners and remaindermen on the same level. (1885)"
  4621.   (1885.30) Law Times LXXX. 118/1 "In 1879 he went abroad, and had ever since remained abroad. (1885)"
  4622.   (1885.31) Morn. Post Aug., "The men were all paid off, and four hobblers were engaged to perform the necessary work while the vessel remained in port. (1885)"
  4623.   (1885.32) Manch. Exam. 6 May 4/7 "It will only remain to stake off the boundary through the intermediate districts. (1885)"
  4624.   (1885.33) Manch. Exam. 12 Jan. 6/3 "The table over which the remains of a fish dinner were untidily scattered. (1885)"
  4625.   (1885.34) Manch. Exam. 2 Feb. 6/2 "How long this tie would remain unsevered..is open to doubt. (1885)"
  4626.   (1885.35) Pall Mall G. 6 Nov. 2 "Something like one-twelfth of the remaining voters are `floats'-that is, men who are looking for money. (1885)"
  4627.   (1885.36) Standard Nat. Hist. IV. 3 "A few birds remain so long within the egg that the feathers are developed when the shell bursts,..these might be called *Pterop&ae.aeig;des. (1885)"
  4628.   (1885.37) Standard 14 Apr. 5/2 "Mr. Alderman Fowler, M.P., has consented to serve for the remainder of the Mayoral year. (1885)"
  4629.   (1885.38) Syd. Soc. Lex., "Gamogastrous, a term applied to a pistil in which the ovaries are more or less completely united and the respective styles and stigmata remain free. (1885)"
  4630.   (1885.39) Times 30 July 9/6 "The soaked rice when subjected to steam-heat is liable to form a lumpy porridge instead of a mess in which the grains remain separate. (1885)"
  4631.   (1885.40) Mrs. Alexander At Bay vi, "The picture of the streets through which he was conducted..remained forever stamped upon his memory. (1885)"
  4632.   (1885.41) Mrs. Alexander At Bay ix, "He remained silent for a minute, his hands clasping and unclasping the arms of his chair. (1885)"
  4633.   (1885.42) tr. P. G. Unna in H. Ziemssen Handbk. Dis. Skin i. 23 "A trace of the horny layer of the first foetal months remains only on the ungual phalanx till a later period, and to this..I have given the name `eponychium'. (1885)"
  4634.   (1886.1) B. Harte Snow-bound 18 "The remaining and *undenominated passenger turned to Hale. (1886)"
  4635.   (1886.2) Crookshank Bacteriology 65 "Agar-agar has the advantage of remaining solid up to a temperature of about 45°.. (1886)"
  4636.   (1886.3) C. M. Culver tr. Landolt's Refraction &. Accommodation of Eye i. 13 "In order that the homocentric rays may remain homocentric, the surface must have such a form that the angles of incidence shall be everywhere the same. (1886)"
  4637.   (1886.4) C. S. Minot in Buck's Handbk. Med. Sci. III. 176/1 "The whole of the mesoderm..does not go through this metamorphosis, but..a part remains closely compacted; but ultimately it is only the single layer of cells immediately bounding the c&oe.lom, and the cells constituting the myotomes.., which remain thus close together. These cells, therefore, have all the characteristics of an epithelium, so that the c&oe.lom is limited by an epithelium of cuboidal cells, for which I have proposed the name mesothelium. (1886)"
  4638.   (1886.5) Dowden Shelley I. xii. 523 "Why Mary was `Pecksie' must remain a Shelleyan mystery. (1886)"
  4639.   (1886.6) E. F. Smith tr. V. von Richter's Chem. Carbon Compounds 465 "The azo-group, N&b2.N, decomposes, each nitrogen atom remaining attached as NH2 to a benzene nucleus. (1886)"
  4640.   (1886.7) G. Chrystal Algebra I. vii. 134 (heading) "Results of the application of remainder theorem. (1886)"
  4641.   (1886.8) H. R. Mill in Encycl. Brit. XX. 257/1 "In Hermann's `*hyetometrograph', 1789, a fixed funnel conducts the rain into one of twelve glasses placed on the circumference of a horizontal wheel, which is turned by clockwork, so that each glass remains under the funnel for one hour. (1886)"
  4642.   (1886.9) J. Edwards Diff. Calc. i. 4 "If the equation connecting the variables be solved for the dependent variable, that variable is reduced from being an implicit to being an explicit function of the remaining variable or variables. (1886)"
  4643.   (1886.10) J. M. Caulfeild Seamanship Notes 7 "Reaming a shackle is clearing the undercut portion of the lug of a shackle from any..lead which might remain after pin and pellet are knocked out. (1886)"
  4644.   (1886.11) J. Pulsford Divine Genius in Nature &. Man 27 "The soulish body..begins more rapidly to be purified from all the remains of its fleshly defilement. (1886)"
  4645.   (1886.12) Ld. Coleridge in Law Times LXXXI. 65/2 "The general costs of the action, which remain after the segregation of these separate costs. (1886)"
  4646.   (1886.13) Lendenfeld (as above) 562 "*Oxydiact. Four rays rudimentary, only two rays lying in one straight line remain. (1886)"
  4647.   (1886.14) Morley Geo. Eliot Crit. Misc. III. 94 "If George Eliot had insisted that her works should remain the only commemoration of her life. (1886)"
  4648.   (1886.15) R. C. Leslie Sea-painter's Log iv. 64 " Well-known sheltered beaches, or `common hards', as they were called. These hards still remain in old seaports. (1886)"
  4649.   (1886.16) Sheldon tr. Flaubert's Salammbô. 8 "One of these slaves remained standing apart from the others. (1886)"
  4650.   (1886.17) S. Coolidge What Katy did Next ix. 247 "In her shopping-bag one or two of the Carnival bonbons still remained. (1886)"
  4651.   (1886.18) Athen&ae.aeig;um 31 July 152 "The remains of mortarless stone churches. (1886)"
  4652.   (1886.19) Daily News 24 Sept. 2/3 "All other circumstances remaining the same the indentor from India pays more or less gold according to the state of the exchange. (1886)"
  4653.   (1886.20) Encycl. Brit. XXI. 78/2 "The Bulgars, whose origin still remains doubtful. (1886)"
  4654.   (1886.21) Eng. Hist. Rev. I. 636 "They always remained separate states and were never synoikised. (1886)"
  4655.   (1886.22) Harper's Mag. July 323/2 "But he (mor'n you and I with all of our might) Could not here always remain. (1886)"
  4656.   (1886.23) Law Times' Rep. LIII. 664/2 "The permission to remain up during the vacation. (1886)"
  4657.   (1886.24) Mind XI. 429 "So far the Idea remains contentless. (1886)"
  4658.   (1886.25) Pall Mall G. 8 Nov. 3/1 "The habit of allowing hay to remain in the fields in `pikes', as they are called in the north,..is one of the customs of the country. (1886)"
  4659.   (1886.26) Pall Mall G. 18 Feb. 5/1 "There now only remained the geese, far up on the slobby ooze. (1886)"
  4660.   (1886.27) Pall Mall G. 4 Oct. 6/1 "Clubland proper is still and will remain pretty much what it was in the days of Major Pendennis. (1886)"
  4661.   (1886.28) Time July (Advt., rear cover), "An indicator which records the hours your day or night watchman remains on duty, and is absolutely tamperproof. (1886)"
  4662.   (1887.1) A. C. Haddon Introd. Study Embryol. 100 "The epidermis of Amphioxus permanently remains as a single layer. In all other embryo Vertebrates, the epiblast, from being single, becomes double layered, owing to the primitive epiblast giving rise to a layer of flattened epithelial cells, the epitrichial layer. (1887)"
  4663.   (1887.2) A. M. Brown Anim. Alkaloids 117 "Four-fifths of our tissues live aerobically; and..the remaining fifth part..lives anaerobically, that is, after the fashion of putrid ferment. (1887)"
  4664.   (1887.3) Bowen &Ae.AElig;neid ii. 353 "One hope only remains for the vanquished-hope to resign. (1887)"
  4665.   (1887.4) Ellis &. Scrutton Catal. Feb. 5 "It is conclusively shewn that the text is quite perfect, and that the eighth leaf of Sig. G. was a blank, of which there is still the stump remaining in this copy. (1887)"
  4666.   (1887.5) H. H. Howorth Mammoth &. Flood 372 "Numerous remains of vegetation, we are told, occur in the *gutter-drift in Victoria. (1887)"
  4667.   (1887.6) Hissey Holiday on Road 299 "Once the unbeautiful puts her foot in anywhere, there..she remains. (1887)"
  4668.   (1887.7) Heilprin Distrib. Anim. 327 "Whether or not they are..descendants of the lacertilian pythonomorphs..still remains to be determined. (1887)"
  4669.   (1887.8) Heilprin Distrib. Anim. ii. ii. 231 "The want of synchronic correspondence..between..closely related assemblages of fossil remains. (1887)"
  4670.   (1887.9) H. E. F. Garnsey tr. A. de Bary's Compar. Morphol. &. Biol. Fungi iii. 89 "As long as the Fungus remains shut up in the damp atmosphere no amount of shaking will cause it to puff. (1887)"
  4671.   (1887.10) J. B. Sheppard in Lit. Cantuar. (Rolls) I. 341 note, "The originals have now both lost their seals, although the slits for the tags remain. (1887)"
  4672.   (1887.11) Jamieson Suppl., "Scutchings, Scutchins, refuse lint or flax that remains after the process of scutching; waste tow. (1887)"
  4673.   (1887.12) J. T. Brown in Fish. &. Fish. Industr. U.S. V. Hist. &. Meth. 282 "The mate remains and `leans' the blubber from the carcass. (1887)"
  4674.   (1887.13) J. A. Phillips &. Bauerman Elem. Metall. (ed. 2) 185 "The [iron] ore remains about ten minutes in the drum, or about 10 tons of stuff are washed per hour. (1887)"
  4675.   (1887.14) M. Shearman Athletics &. Football v. 143 "T. G. Little and J. H. T. Roupell..tied at 5ft. 9in., a height which remained the `record' for the next five years. (1887)"
  4676.   (1887.15) Rolleston &. Jackson Forms Anim. Life 331 "The nematocysts are removed from the cells or cnidoblasts in which they were developed, and where they usually remain until discharged. (1887)"
  4677.   (1887.16) Sylvester in Amer. Jrnl. Math. IX. 20 "Instead of the cumbrous terms Projective Reciprocants or Differential Invariants, it is better to use the single word Principiants to denominate that crowning class or order of Reciprocants which remain to a factor prè.s, unaltered for any homographic substitutions impressed on the variables. (1887)"
  4678.   (1887.17) Sir R. H. Roberts In the Shires vi. 104 "For a few moments he remained dumb-struck. (1887)"
  4679.   (1887.18) Saintsbury Hist. Elizab. Lit. ii. (1890) 46 "The Ecclesiastical Polity remains a book in which matter and manner are wedded as in few other books of the same kind. (1887)"
  4680.   (1887.19) Sollas in Encycl. Brit. XXII. 415/1 (Sponges) "The prosopyles..may remain unchanged..or at the most be prolonged into very short tubes, each a prosodus or aditus. (1887)"
  4681.   (1887.20) T. B. Reed Hist. Old Eng. Letter Foundries i. 40 "It now remains to trace briefly the origin and development of the leading *type-faces used in English Typography. (1887)"
  4682.   (1887.21) T. A. Trollope What I remember II. xii. 209, "I subsequently took Sir Anthony [in `The Rivals'] which remained my *stock part for years. (1887)"
  4683.   (1887.22) Woodward Geol. Eng. &. Wales 519 "The *Elephant Bed [at Brighton] first described by Dr. Mantell is provincially termed Combe rock..it contains remains of Elephas primigenius, etc. (1887)"
  4684.   (1887.23) Courier-Jrnl. (Louisville, Kentucky) 6 Feb. 2/2 "A steering committee upon the order of business for the remainder of the session was appointed. (1887)"
  4685.   (1887.24) Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky) 12 Jan. 6/3 "All that remained for the brakemen and switchmen to do was to go to the office..and call for what is known in railroad parlance as their `time'. (1887)"
  4686.   (1887.25) Daily News 21 July 2/4 "Fanfare remained a staunch favourite to the end. He, however, ran very unkindly. (1887)"
  4687.   (1887.26) Daily News 3 Nov. 2/5 "You have..allowed your conduct to remain unexplained and *unapologised for. (1887)"
  4688.   (1887.27) Encycl. Brit. XXII. 579/1 "In the remains of Roman Villas found in Britain the hypocaust is an invariable feature. (1887)"
  4689.   (1887.28) Golfing 92 "Bye. Any hole or holes that remain to be played after the match is finished, are played for singly; unless the sides agree to make another match of them. (1887)"
  4690.   (1887.29) New Princeton Rev. Jan. 32 "All that remains for specific indoctrinization may easily be left to the Sabbath-schools and the churches. (1887)"
  4691.   (1887.30) Pall Mall G. 18 Oct. 4/1 "Young men may remain out until twelve on leaving their names with the locker-up. (1887)"
  4692.   (1887.31) Pall Mall G. 16 Dec. 11/1 "To separate the carbonated lead from what remains of the metallic. (1887)"
  4693.   (1887.32) Pall Mall G. 14 Oct. 6/2 "As long as he remained a charger on the estate. (1887)"
  4694.   (1887.33) Pall Mall G. 8 Aug. 12/1 "They wanted the line between the *unflogged class..and the flogged masses to remain. (1887)"
  4695.   (1887.34) Pall Mall Gaz. 17 Feb. 7/2 "The Guion Line steamer Wisconsin stranded yesterday during a fog on the outer bar,..and remained fast. (1887)"
  4696.   (1887.35) Pall Mall Gaz. 27 May 1/1 "There are Bills before Parliament... They will remain in their present semi-animate condition. (1887)"
  4697.   (1887.36) Spectator 20 Aug. 1111 "What is the Channel, so long as it remains *untunnelled. (1887)"
  4698.   (1887.37) S. Chesh. Gloss. s.v., "The two end sheaves of the hattock are used as hoods for the remaining six. (1887)"
  4699.   (1887.38) S. Chesh. Gloss., "Cratchin, (1) one of the bits of flesh remaining after the `rendering down' of lard. (1887)"
  4700.   (1887.39) Times (weekly ed.) 21 Oct. 8/3 "It remains to be seen yet whether the Germans are not shouting before they are out of the wood. (1887)"
  4701.   (1887.40) Times 28 Sept. 7/3 "Passes to remain out after hours for well-conducted soldiers. (1887)"
  4702.   (1887.41) West Shore Mag. (Brit. Columbia) 451 "The bunch grass cures on the roots, as it stands, and remains as hay until..the spring. (1887)"
  4703.   (1888.1) Burgon Lives 12 Gd. Men I. iv. 407 "No producible recollections remain of that early period. (1888)"
  4704.   (1888.2) Bryce Amer. Commw. II. 224 "The county remained the practically important unit of local administration, the unit to which the various functions of government were aggregated. (1888)"
  4705.   (1888.3) Bryce Amer. Commw. III. lxxx. 55 "Nor do their moral and religious impulses remain in the soft haze of self-complacent sentiment. (1888)"
  4706.   (1888.4) Bryce Amer. Commw. 245 "After the session of 1880..what remained of the Sand Lot group was reabsorbed into the Democratic party. (1888)"
  4707.   (1888.5) Bryce Amer. Commw. I. xv. 212 "For other committees there remains only the rank and file of the House. (1888)"
  4708.   (1888.6) Bryce Amer. Commw. III. lxxx. 55 "Nor do their moral and religious impulses remain in the soft haze of self-complacent sentiment. (1888)"
  4709.   (1888.7) C. Mills in N. Amer. Rev. Jan. 50 "Then it was that the Street began to suspect that money would not always remain at four per cent. (1888)"
  4710.   (1888.8) Clark Russell Death Ship II. 88, "I had the remains of what sailors term a prick of tobacco in my pocket. (1888)"
  4711.   (1888.9) C. Smith Treat. Algebra xxviii. 487 "If two numbers a and b leave the same remainder when divided by a third number c, they are said to be congruent with respect to the modulus c. (1888)"
  4712.   (1888.10) C. M. Doughty Trav. Arabia Deserta II. xv. 452, "I washed the wound..but a red button remained. (1888)"
  4713.   (1888.11) Duff Pol. Surv. 5 "As long as France remained a first-rate power. (1888)"
  4714.   (1888.12) Earll in Goode Amer. Fishes 342 "The pasture school remained within a few miles of a large school of sperling without being drawn after them. (1888)"
  4715.   (1888.13) F. Pollock in Encycl. Brit. XXIII. 454 "In the 16th century, a special form of `trespass on the case' became, under the name of assumpsit, the common and normal method of enforcing contracts not made by deed, and remained so till the middle of the present century. (1888)"
  4716.   (1888.14) Henslow Orig. Floral Str. 281 "Even after fertilization the embryo cannot grow to maturity, but remains in the arrested proembryonic condition. (1888)"
  4717.   (1888.15) J. Paton in Encycl. Brit. XXIV. 467/1 "Looped pile is any fabric in which the woven loops remain uncut, as in Brussels and tapestry carpets, and terry velvets. (1888)"
  4718.   (1888.16) J. Wright tr. Brugmann's Elem. Compar. Gram. Indo-Germanic Lang. I. 9 "Of the Volscian, Picentine, Sabine, Aequiculan, Vestinian, Marsian, Pelignian and Marrucinian dialects we have only very scanty remains. (1888)"
  4719.   (1888.17) J. Wright tr. Brugmann's Elem. Compar. Gram. Indo-Europ. Lang. I. 501 "Owing to the scantiness of the Umbrian-Samnitic materials, handed down to us, it remains doubtful at what period certain processes of sandhi took place in Latin. (1888)"
  4720.   (1888.18) Rolleston &. Jackson Anim. Life 93 "The remaining portion of the embryonic hyoidan cartilage gives origin to the interhyal or stylohyal [etc.]. (1888)"
  4721.   (1888.19) R. M. Johnston Syst. Acct. Geol. Tasmania 337 (Morris), "With the exception of their rude inconspicuous flints, and the accumulated remains of their feasts in the `mirnyongs', or native shell-mounds, along our coasts,..we have no other visible evidence of their former existence. (1888)"
  4722.   (1888.20) Rolleston &. Jackson Anim. Life 147 "The larva..has a somewhat vermiform appearance owing to the great homonomy or similarity of the remaining somites. (1888)"
  4723.   (1888.21) Rolleston &. Jackson Anim. Life 492 (Arthropoda) "The hypodermic cells beneath the thickened cuticle constitute the ommateum, and remain either in a single or form a double layer; hence mono- or diplo-stichous. The monostichous ommateum is said to be apostatic when cup-shaped. (1888)"
  4724.   (1888.22) Rolleston &. Jackson Anim. Life 491 "A head region..either remains distinct..or becomes continuous with a part or whole of the thorax, forming a cephalo-thorax... A thorax is not marked off in the Myriapoda. (1888)"
  4725.   (1888.23) Rolleston &. Jackson Anim. Life 781 (Hydrozoa Acraspeda) "Four of them, the perradial tentacles,..correspond to the four angles of the mouth; four others, the interradial tentacles, second in development, to the centres of the square sides of the mouth, and the remaining eight adradial tentacles occupy the intervals between the per- and interradial. (1888)"
  4726.   (1888.24) Rolleston &. Jackson Anim. Life 861 "The longer process is vibratile and breaks away; the other becomes vibratile as soon as it has absorbed the remaining protoplasm. (1888)"
  4727.   (1888.25) Rolleston &. Jackson Forms Animal Life (ed. 2) 607 "The parent-form in these Syllidians remains non&dubh.sexual. (1888)"
  4728.   (1888.26) Steel &. Lyttleton Cricket (Badm.) v. 232 "Nothing would induce the injured batsman to remain..he had been given out and was going out. (1888)"
  4729.   (1888.27) W. A. Herdman in Encycl. Brit. XXIII. 615/2 "Nutritive forms (*trophozooids) which remain permanently attached to the nurse, and serve to provide it with food. (1888)"
  4730.   (1888.28) W. C. Unwin Testing of Materials of Construction i. 18 "When a body is subjected to the action of external forces, it undergoes a deformation which is either a deformation which disappears if the load is removed (elastic deformation), or a deformation which remains after the load is removed (plastic deformation). (1888)"
  4731.   (1888.29) Athen&ae.aeig;um 22 Dec. 850/2 "His main dealings before this having been in `remainders', and his one solitary publication a failure. (1888)"
  4732.   (1888.30) Athen&ae.aeig;um 10 Mar. 304/3 "She..remains constant to her quotations and `ingrammaticisms'. (1888)"
  4733.   (1888.31) Blackw. Mag. 396 "Nothing remained but to declare the `trig' field season at an end. (1888)"
  4734.   (1888.32) Contemp. Rev. Apr. 544 "The large number of Christians who professed Islam, but remained *crypto-Christians. (1888)"
  4735.   (1888.33) Daily News 9 July 5/7 "Whilst he was suffocating he remained calm and still. (1888)"
  4736.   (1888.34) Encycl. Brit. XXIV. 602/2 "The smell common to all wines (which remains in an empty wine cask after the bloom proper has gone). (1888)"
  4737.   (1888.35) Encycl. Brit. XXIV. 605/2 "Sauterne..possessing a special sè.ve, or, in other words, having that special taste which, while it remains in the mouth, leaves the palate perfectly fresh. (1888)"
  4738.   (1888.36) Encycl. Brit. XXIV. 409/1 "The remaining or permanent hardness consists of sulphate of lime and other soluble salts. (1888)"
  4739.   (1888.37) Encycl. Brit. XXIII. 264/2 "Biblical theology is the delineation of a section of religious ideas,-that section of which the traces and records remain in the Bible. (1888)"
  4740.   (1888.38) Lockwood's Dict. Terms Mech. Engin., "Permanent set, that amount of deflection from which a beam or structure is unable to return to its original form, but which remains constant. (1888)"
  4741.   (1888.39) Law Times LXXXIV. 293/2 "There remained the point, which was the crux of the case, whether the defendant was under any duty towards the plaintiff. (1888)"
  4742.   (1888.40) Nature 14 June 156/2 "In the Metazoa, the germ&dubh.cells, instead of remaining single, give rise to the vast number of somatic cells which compose the adult structure. (1888)"
  4743.   (1888.41) N. &. Q. 7th Ser. V. 344 "All that remains of the west sides of the square..is continued on the same plan as the brick house, and dresses with it in height. (1888)"
  4744.   (1888.42) Pall Mall G. 12 Sept. 2/2 "During the three days that we spent under his roof I remained unbathed. (1888)"
  4745.   (1888.43) Times 31 Aug. 3/1 "The question of sovereignty remained unprejudged. (1888)"
  4746.   (1888.44) Times 5 Sept. 5/1 "All the remaining C&ae.aeig;sarians and Plebiscitarians had enrolled themselves under a new leader. (1888)"
  4747.   (1889.1) A. J. Hipkins in Grove Dict. Mus. IV. 189/2 "The old way of tuning pianos by the Tuning Hammer (or a *Tuning Lever) remains in vogue. (1889)"
  4748.   (1889.2) Bennett &. Murray Cryptog. Bot. 266 "It [the zygosperm] then remains dormant through the winter as a resting cell or *hypnosperm, germinating in the spring. (1889)"
  4749.   (1889.3) Barrie Window in Thrums 173 "The few shillings..remained unfingered. (1889)"
  4750.   (1889.4) Chrystal Algebra, "If m be any positive integer whatever, which we call the modulus, two integers, M and N, which leave the same remainder when divided by m, are said to be congruent with respect to the modulus m. (1889)"
  4751.   (1889.5) Elvin Dict. Heraldry, s.v. "Marshalling, a *Grand Quartering..usually accompanies the assumption of a second name, and unites the two associated coats so inseparably, that if they come to be Marshalled with other quarterings they are no longer (as in other cases) spread out among them, but they still remain together as a Grand Quartering. (1889)"
  4752.   (1889.6) H. Zwaardemaker in Lancet 29 June 1301/1, "I have lately constructed a small instrument which, I think, deserves the name of `olfactometer'. Its component parts consist of two tubes fitting into each other. The outer one is lined with scented material, and made to glide up and down over the inner one, of which one end remains free and is bent to fit the nostril. (1889)"
  4753.   (1889.7) Lipscomb in Land Agent's Record 6 Apr. 316 "In parishes where the great or rectorial tithes remain devoted to the Church, we find a rector and a rectory. (1889)"
  4754.   (1889.8) Mrs. E. Kennard Landing a Prize vii, "Perhaps it was just as well..that Ebenezer remained in his cabin. (1889)"
  4755.   (1889.9) Stevenson South Seas iii. vi. (1900) 265 "[They] gave up the unsung remainder of their ballet. (1889)"
  4756.   (1889.10) W. S. Gilbert Gondoliers ii. 32 "As at home we've been remaining-We've not seen you both for ages. (1889)"
  4757.   (1889.11) 19th Cent. Nov. 758 "The hopes that the few remaining hundreds of the aborigines might be captured in one sweep. (1889)"
  4758.   (1889.12) 19th Cent. Nov. 755 "Though we had three deaths during the passage, as we also had three births, our tally remained correct. (1889)"
  4759.   (1889.13) Athen&ae.aeig;um 14 Sept. 351/1 "The persistence with which Mrs. Markenfeld..remains en pension in a gloomy house with such abominable company. (1889)"
  4760.   (1889.14) Anthony's Photogr. Bull. II. 315 "In order to obtain true orthochromatism it is always necessary..to interpose a transparent yellow screen somewhere between the object and the plate in order to cut off a certain proportion of the blue and violet rays, to which the plates still remain relatively too sensitive. (1889)"
  4761.   (1889.15) Arch&ae.aeig;ol. Rev. 377 "Two other Etruscologists remain to be noticed. (1889)"
  4762.   (1889.16) Allbutt's Syst. Med. VI. 626 "If the nucleus of the segmental neurilemma cell remain perfectly healthy. (1889)"
  4763.   (1889.17) Blackw. Mag. Oct. 456 "It was unprecedented that..a weak hysterical subject should, after being *unhypnotised, remain so long in prostrate exhaustion. (1889)"
  4764.   (1889.18) Cent. Dict. s.v. Canon (1) , "Enigmatical canon,..riddle canon, in old music, a canon in which one part was written out in full and the number of parts was given; the remaining parts were to be written out by the student in accordance with the requirements of an enigmatical inscription written upon the music. (1889)"
  4765.   (1889.19) Cent. Dict., "Christmas fern, Aspidium acrostichoides, a fern having simply pinnate fronds of firm texture, which remain green through the winter. (1889)"
  4766.   (1889.20) Infantry Drill 271 "The reliefs are kept separated a few yards from the remainder of the piquet, to avoid disturbing them. (1889)"
  4767.   (1889.21) N.W. Linc. Gloss., "*Steddle-burnt, said of the seat of a hay&dubh.cock which has remained so long covered that the grass has dried or become bleached. (1889)"
  4768.   (1889.22) Pall Mall G. 21 Jan., "It is not considered [by the authoress] of any importance if the word sen&tilde.or remains without its tilde. (1889)"
  4769.   (1889.23) Schoolmaster 4 May 634/1 "In place of the familiar initials, N.U.E.T. we have the shorter, and let us hope the improved, form of *N.U.T... The objects of the N.U.E.T. remain the objects of the N.U.T. (1889)"
  4770.   (1889.24) Times 17 Jan. 9/4 "The British plantations would have remained..as slumberous as they have been in the past. (1889)"
  4771.   (1889.25) Textile News 29 Mar. 1/2 "Subsequently the market became quieter and then declined, prices remaining steady. (1889)"
  4772.   (1889.26) Times 25 Nov. 6/5 "A gang of men were at once set to work to salvage and remove the remainder of the grain. (1889)"
  4773.   (1890.1) Abney Treat. Photogr. (ed. 6) 176 "An image in pigmented gelatine remains on the india-rubbered paper. (1890)"
  4774.   (1890.2) B. H. Chamberlain Things Japanese 221 "The conduct of the affair must be entrusted to a middleman (nako&mac.do)-some discreet married friend, who not only negotiates the marriage, but remains through life a sort of godfather to the young couple. (1890)"
  4775.   (1890.3) Gardiner Hist. Eng. 13 "Aulus Plautius remained in Britain till 47. (1890)"
  4776.   (1890.4) J. Pulsford Loyalty to Christ I. 152 "We should linger over the words `Our Father', till nothing of doubt, or untrust, remains. (1890)"
  4777.   (1890.5) W. James Princ. Psychol. II. xxiv. 420 "In ordinary fear, one may either run, or remain *semi-paralyzed. (1890)"
  4778.   (1890.6) W. James Princ. Psychol. I. xiii. 549 "The Fechnerian Maasformel and the conception of it as an ultimate `psychophysic law' will remain an `idol of the den', if ever there was one. (1890)"
  4779.   (1890.7) W. James Princ. Psychol. I. ii. 44 "According to Loeb, the defect is a dimness of vision (`*hemiamblyopia') in which (however severe) the centres remain the best seeing portions of the retina. (1890)"
  4780.   (1890.8) Webster, "*Dutch door, a door divided into two parts, horizontally, so arranged that the lower part can be shut and fastened, while the upper part remains open. (1890)"
  4781.   (1890.9) W. J. Gordon Foundry 26 "The gun would remain in sight only long enough to fire. The enemy at sea would sweep the chalk hill in vain for a sign of its presence other than the smoke. (1890)"
  4782.   (1890.10) Athen&ae.aeig;um 1 Mar. 278/3 "There remains a large collection of memoirs on general botany and *phyto-biology. (1890)"
  4783.   (1890.11) Century Mag. 51/2 "The remainder of the plumage being penciled, or marked transversely, with narrow black lines at right angles to the shaft of the feather. (1890)"
  4784.   (1890.12) Coach Builders' Jrnl. XI. 181 "The remaining exhibit..by this firm was a specimen of their famous Ralli Car with basket body. (1890)"
  4785.   (1890.13) Daily News 8 Dec. 26/5 "Twenty thousand breeding ewes..the remainder being what are called `dry sheep'. (1890)"
  4786.   (1890.14) Field 6 Sept. 393 "At the top of the hill we cast off our leader, the remaining four go in their collars and up to their bits. (1890)"
  4787.   (1890.15) Jrnl. Chem. Soc. LVII. 499 "The parenchymatous tissue of the endosperm portions..is completely disintegrated, the cell-walls either entirely disappearing or remaining in a much swollen and altered form as mere `ghosts'. (1890)"
  4788.   (1890.16) Proc. Sci. Meetings Zool. Soc. 70 "Xenopus is a most admirable swimmer, and remarkable for the manner in which it remains poised for a long time immediately under the surface of the water. (1890)"
  4789.   (1890.17) Retrospect Med. CII. 249 "The..tissue is usually torn through in front,..but remains untorn behind. (1890)"
  4790.   (1890.18) Retrospect Med. CII. 292 "The risk of leaving untreated a clot in the immediate neighbourhood of very virulent septic matter in the hope that it may remain uninfected. (1890)"
  4791.   (1890.19) Spectator 28 June, "The County Council..had better endeavour to find some well-head of money which has hitherto remained untapped. (1890)"
  4792.   (1890.20) Stock Grower &. Farmer 12 July 6/3 "Seven of them were branded, the remainder were `slicks', or horses which had run wild from birth. (1890)"
  4793.   (1890.21) Spectator 11 Oct. 495 "The Shakespeare temptation remains as strong as ever with the dilettanting world. (1890)"
  4794.   (1890.22) Whitaker's Almanack 346/2 "The French Chamber..decided to transfer the remains of Carnot, Marceau, and Baudin to the Pantheon. (1890)"
  4795.   (1890.23) Berkeley &Eacu.cart&eacu. &. Euchre 28 "French &Eacu.cart&eacu.. When several persons desire to join in a game of &Eacu.cart&eacu., it is generally arranged in the following manner. Two of the number sit down to play a game in the usual way,..and the remainder, called `The Gallery', are allowed to take part in the game to the extent of betting on the player of their choice, and advising him, if necessary. (1890)"
  4796.   (1891.1) C. R. Day Music &. Mus. Instruments S. India vii. 103 "The vina, the tamburi or tamburu-vina, and the kinneri still remain just as they are described in the ancient books. (1891)"
  4797.   (1891.2) C. Creighton Hist. Epidemics 585 "They graved the ship there and remained twenty-six days. (1891)"
  4798.   (1891.3) C. M. J. Mitford's Lett. &. Remin. 163 "His love for me remained unlessened. (1891)"
  4799.   (1891.4) E. Chase Dartmouth Coll. I. 611 "The remainder of the grant..was lotted, and some of it rented on long leases about 1821. (1891)"
  4800.   (1891.5) E. Peacock N. Brendon I. 32 "Ellen remained discreetly silent. (1891)"
  4801.   (1891.6) H. Haliburton Ochil Idylls 68 "O' winter snaw there's but a tate remainin'. (1891)"
  4802.   (1891.7) H. Frederick Copperhead (1894) 255 "Reducing what remained of the [pig's] head into small bits, to be seasoned..and then fill other pans as head&dubh.cheese. (1891)"
  4803.   (1891.8) H. Bradley Stratmann's M.-E. Dict. Pref. viii, "In my notation the macron is placed over an original long vowel which remained long in Middle-English. (1891)"
  4804.   (1891.9) Hartog in Nature 17 Sept. 483/2 "Plastogamy: the fusion of cytoplasta into plasmodium, the nuclei remaining free. (1891)"
  4805.   (1891.10) H. Herman His Angel 57 "Though her seasoned ear..remained unshocked by an occasional outburst. (1891)"
  4806.   (1891.11) Kipling Light that Failed xiv, "Bessie remained in his arms shrinking. (1891)"
  4807.   (1891.12) Mrs. L. B. Walford Mischief of Monica xxix, "They have got into the Schofield swim, and in the Schofield swim they must remain. (1891)"
  4808.   (1891.13) Murray &. Renard Rep. Deep-Sea Deposits iii. 185 "From the point of view of their composition, as well as of their geographical and bathymetrical position, Marine Deposits may be separated into two great divisions, viz. (I.) Pelagic Deposits-those formed towards the centres of the great oceans, and made up chiefly of the remains of pelagic organisms along with the ultimate products arising from the decomposition of rocks and minerals; and (II.) Terrigenous Deposits. (1891)"
  4809.   (1891.14) R. Wallace Rural Econ. Austral. &. N.Z. i. 30 "Sometimes the [potato] sets remain fresh and do not decay in the soil after the haulms have developed; they remain `staggy' or hard and woody. (1891)"
  4810.   (1891.15) R. Wallace Rural Econ. Austral. &. N.Z. xv. 232 "When the burning is badly done the seed cannot be properly sown; the rubbish lies thick over the ground and the whole has to be gone over again and `logged-up', else the land is thrown temporarily out of use..while the owner waits for the remaining rubbish to decay. (1891)"
  4811.   (1891.16) S. M. Welch Recoll. Buffalo 1830-40 353 "The workmen were to receive..only half cash, the remainder in trade-store pay, i.e.: in orders on the employers or other stores for such goods as they needed. (1891)"
  4812.   (1891.17) T. Hardy Tess xlviii, "The unthreshed sheaves remaining untouched. (1891)"
  4813.   (1891.18) T. Hardy Tess xii, "She..lifted her face to his, and remained like a marble term while he imprinted a kiss upon her cheek. (1891)"
  4814.   (1891.19) Anthony's Photogr. Bull. IV. 254 "The remainder, after even an hour's soaking were only a very measley brown. (1891)"
  4815.   (1891.20) Daily News 5 Nov. 3/3 "May Rose, whose jockey..for boring and crossing, was suspended for the remainder of the meeting. (1891)"
  4816.   (1891.21) Daily News 15 Jan. 2/2 "A substantial surplus will remain for division among the partners of the liquidated firm. (1891)"
  4817.   (1891.22) Daily News 6 Nov. 2/6 "The latter did not long remain pointless, and after a long run by Hubbard, Fegan registered a try. (1891)"
  4818.   (1891.23) Hartland Gloss 73 "Spur road, a bridle path. Now obsolete in this sense, although the word remains in the name of a bye-road. (1891)"
  4819.   (1891.24) Jrnl. Chem. Soc. LX. 1151 "Autocatalysis... The presence of a salt of the acid, for instance the sodium salt, in the solution, retards the formation of the lactone very considerably, and the amount of free acid in the solution, as determined alkalimetrically, remains constant for days together. (1891)"
  4820.   (1891.25) Labour Commission Gloss., "Plus System, also called `bonus' system, is one by which a certain proportion of wages, called `subsistence money', is paid every day, and the remainder on the completion of the job or contract. This remainder is called the plus, or `contingent money'. (1891)"
  4821.   (1891.26) Law Times XCI. 3/2 "Although the deed purported to bar the remainders over, its legal effect was to pass merely a base fee. (1891)"
  4822.   (1891.27) Law Times XC. 409/1 "The whole of those sums remained due. (1891)"
  4823.   (1891.28) Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia 208 "Dr. Harrison Allen spoke of the disposition occasionally exhibited in adult mammals, for the proportions of different parts of the body to remain as they were in the immature individuals... Dr. Allen proposed for this peculiarity the term pedomorphism. (1891)"
  4824.   (1891.29) Proc. Soc. Antiq. 5 Feb. 245 "On the discovery of a dene-hole containing Roman remains at Plumstead. (1891)"
  4825.   (1891.30) Weekly Notes 200/1 "The tenant for life..could over&dubh.ride the sentimental interests of the remaindermen. (1891)"
  4826.   (1891.31) L. Hoffmann Cycl. Card &. Table Games 203 "Each person puts up an agreed amount by way of ante... To avoid dispute as to whose turn it may be, a pocket-knife, known as the `buck', is passed round, resting with the player whose turn it is to `chip' for the remainder. (1891)"
  4827.   (1892.1) Bp. Westcott in Daily News 16 March 5/7 "The coal remains there to this day unwon. (1892)"
  4828.   (1892.2) C. Booth Pauperism ii. iv. 60 "The father of the movement in favour of old-age pensions is Canon Blackley. With him must always remain the credit of whatever good may finally come out of any of these proposals. (1892)"
  4829.   (1892.3) E. Reeves Homeward Bound 334 "She had come over to Paris to lift his remains and remove them to another place. (1892)"
  4830.   (1892.4) Ld. Curzon Persia &. Persian Question I. xiv. 434 "He remains the Shahinshah, or King of Kings. (1892)"
  4831.   (1892.5) Loundsbury Stud. Chaucer III. vii. 100 "His [Dryden's] literary dictatorship..remained unshaken. (1892)"
  4832.   (1892.6) Stevenson &. Osbourne Wrecker xv. 233 "It was therefore necessary..to auscultate what remained [of the ship], like a doctor sounding for a lung disease. (1892)"
  4833.   (1892.7) Stevenson Across the Plains ii. 95 "His old family estates, not one rood of which remained to him. (1892)"
  4834.   (1892.8) T. D. A. Cockerell in Bull. Inst. Jamaica I. 9/1 "*Rock Beauty. Head, anterior part of the trunk, caudal and margins of the soft dorsal and anal fins yellow: the remainder brownish-black. (1892)"
  4835.   (1892.9) Thomson Outl. Zool. xiii. 240 "There remain three *pleurobranchs, one on the epimeron of the fifth large limb, and two quite rudimentary on the two preceding segments. (1892)"
  4836.   (1892.10) T. Duncan Canaanitish Woman x. 130 "After all, why should he remain for ever among the futiles?" (1892)"
  4837.   (1892.11) W. J. Florence Handbk. Poker 42 "If a player miscalls his hands, innocently, and on the show-down has enough to win the pot, it remains his. (1892)"
  4838.   (1892.12) Athen&ae.aeig;um 13 Feb. 218/2 "The sponge remains..belong largely to the Monactinellid&ae.aeig; though tetractinellid, lithistid, and hexactinellid spicules are also present. (1892)"
  4839.   (1892.13) Athen&ae.aeig;um 12 Nov. 667/3 "Zeuglodont and other cetacean remains from the tertiaries of the Caucasus. (1892)"
  4840.   (1892.14) Blackw. Mag. CLI. 88/2 " That's all very fine;..you may turn it off in that way, but the fact remains. (1892)"
  4841.   (1892.15) Cath. News 27 Feb. 5/5 "May this smash-up of his facts remain as a warning to him. (1892)"
  4842.   (1892.16) Chambers's Encycl. IX. 531 "The fossil remains of Ophidia are scarce. (1892)"
  4843.   (1892.17) Chamb. Jrnl. 20 Feb. 114/2 "Those who remain..for the sake of `keeping a house'. (1892)"
  4844.   (1892.18) Daily News 1 Sept. 4/5 "Yorkshire..in the time remaining..hit off 56 of these for the loss of two batsmen. (1892)"
  4845.   (1892.19) Daily News 7 Mar. 3/5 "The utter rout of the Reactionaries has made the peeled and wasted remnant that remain utterly incapable of hindering the work. (1892)"
  4846.   (1892.20) Harper's Mag. May LXXXIV. 936/2 "The rank, malodorous *gourd-vine that straggled over the remains of last year's bean poles. (1892)"
  4847.   (1892.21) Harper's Mag. May 870/1 "Prussia, together with the remaining states, puts up sixteen army corps. (1892)"
  4848.   (1892.22) Isis 8 June 26/1 "At the close of the Lancashire match we heard one man ejaculate..`This is breath-ers'... This..is all that remains of the..expression `breathless excitement'. (1892)"
  4849.   (1892.23) Labour Commission Gloss., "*Furnace Fillers, men who remain at the top of the furnace and empty therein the loaded barrows sent up from the bottom. (1892)"
  4850.   (1892.24) Month July 445 "The objectionable no-man's-land of Haeckel is likely..to remain for some time. (1892)"
  4851.   (1892.25) Messenger of Math. XXI. 40 "The riddle as to how Mersenne's numbers were discovered remains unsolved. (1892)"
  4852.   (1892.26) Northumb. Gloss., "After stooks of corn remain standing for a time, the bottoms of the sheaves become naturally longer on the outside than the inside, which is called their `fipple'. (1892)"
  4853.   (1892.27) Pall Mall G. 15 Sept. 6/11 "And yet, as happens so often in the case of dramatic successes, the palm remains with Mdme. Doche, the creatress of the part. (1892)"
  4854.   (1892.28) Pall Mall G. 19 Jan. 4/3 "He remained three hours in the water, afraid to move, lest he should get out of his depth. (1892)"
  4855.   (1892.29) Pall Mall G. 30 Sept. 6/3 "Remains of the extinct monster diprotodon. (1892)"
  4856.   (1892.30) Pall Mall G. 28 July 3/3 "You are..`all even' so far, and only one more hole remains to be played after this. Should you lose this one, your antagonist will be `dormy', that is to say, he will be one hole up with one to play; so that, although you may yet halve the match, you will not be able to win it. (1892)"
  4857.   (1892.31) Pall Mall G. 19 Jan. 4/3 "He remained three hours in the water, afraid to move, lest he should get out of his depth. (1892)"
  4858.   (1892.32) Photogr. Ann. II. 523 "The remaining portion..permits of upright or oblong pictures being taken. (1892)"
  4859.   (1892.33) Sat. Rev. 14 May 571/1 "There remained only the principle of..`Extramuralism' to be reckoned with. (1892)"
  4860.   (1892.34) Spectator 13 Feb. 229/2 "Why are the pulpits alone to remain mumchance under penalties? " (1892)"
  4861.   (1892.35) Verney Mem. I. 205 "Mr. Badnage..remained unknighted. (1892)"
  4862.   (1893.1) A. Newton Dict. Birds 355 "Lemurian remains have been found fossil in France. (1893)"
  4863.   (1893.2) A. A. Martin in Idler Mar. 195 "If the heavenly profitability was cut off..the habit of pleasurable moving remained. (1893)"
  4864.   (1893.3) A. S. Eccles Sciatica 3 "In the remaining nine cases there was more or less ballooning of the rectum. (1893)"
  4865.   (1893.4) C. A. White in Rep. U.S. Nat. Museum 1892 264 "There are seven different natural conditions in which fossil remains are recognizable, three of which relate to substance, three to form, and one to both. To those relating to substance I have applied the terms permineralization, histometabasis, and carbonization... The term permineralization applies to that condition of fossil remains of animals which differ least from their original condition as parts of living animals. (1893)"
  4866.   (1893.5) D. G. Brinton in Smithsonian Rep. 594 "The constant blending of extreme physical types which the somatologist discovers in the remains from the oldest cemeteries around that great interior sea. (1893)"
  4867.   (1893.6) Fairbairn in Selbie Life vii. (1914) 247 "Certain faculties would remain unexercised. (1893)"
  4868.   (1893.7) Gladstone Sp. Ho. Com. 13 Feb., "I want to know..who will be the effective guarantor that this remainder will not also vanish?" (1893)"
  4869.   (1893.8) Hodges Elem. Photogr. 132 "The clear portions of the negatives should remain unclouded and free from veil or fog until the last. (1893)"
  4870.   (1893.9) H. Joyce Hist. Post Office vi. 44 "Out of London, the Post Office servants remained [in 1690] much as they had been ten years before, at about 239 in number, of whom all but twelve were postmasters. (1893)"
  4871.   (1893.10) Newton Dict. Birds, "Hawk, a word of indefinite meaning, being often used to signify all diurnal Birds-of-Prey which are neither Vultures nor Eagles, and again more exclusively for those of the remainder which are not Buzzards, Falcons, Harriers or Kites. (1893)"
  4872.   (1893.11) R. W. Shufeldt in Pop. Sci. Monthly XLII. 679 "Pal&ae.aeig;opathology..is a term here proposed under which may be described all diseased or pathological conditions found fossilized in the remains of extinct or fossil animals. (1893)"
  4873.   (1893.12) Stevenson in Daily News 11 Apr. 6/3 "Of the remaining three-fourth parts of my said father's estate, one-fourth part of the three-fourth parts I give and bequeath [etc.]. (1893)"
  4874.   (1893.13) Selous Trav. S.E. Africa 65 "Our guide now wished me to remain here that I might look for the hippos. (1893)"
  4875.   (1893.14) Sir R. Ball Story of Sun 290 "It [carbon] will stubbornly remain solid even though exalted to an enormously high temperature. (1893)"
  4876.   (1893.15) T. Cook Mission Tour 25 "The men sign articles to remain in these compounds for a certain period, usually six months, and are not allowed to leave for any cause until the time has expired. (1893)"
  4877.   (1893.16) Thorpe Dict. Appl. Chem. III. 59 "Pressure is gradually applied, and the expressed oil constitutes the `oleo oil',..a soft, granular, tasteless, and nearly colourless fat. The hard fat remaining in the filter bags forms the `beef' or oleo-stearin..sold to the soap and candle makers. (1893)"
  4878.   (1893.17) Burke's Peerage 1481 "He was advanced to a viscounty 1885, with remainder, in default of his male issue, to his daughter with remainder to her male issue. (1893)"
  4879.   (1893.18) Cassell's Bk. Sports &. Pastimes 255 "The players [at Duckstone] then, standing at home, `pink for duck', that is, they throw their stones towards the block, and he whose stone remains farthest from the block is first duck. (1893)"
  4880.   (1893.19) Dublin Rev. July 733 "What remains after centuries of detrition and denudation. (1893)"
  4881.   (1893.20) Daily News 11 Jan. 2/2 "There were hundreds..feeding as one, and pinaforing the fragments that remained. (1893)"
  4882.   (1893.21) Daily News 23 May 2/3 "Dover..the chief of the Cinque Ports has hitherto remained in the ordinary sense pierless... The something wanting was a promenade pier with pavilion and band. (1893)"
  4883.   (1893.22) Jrnl. Soc. Chem. Industry 30 Sept. 793/2 "The product of 1892 included only 12,500 tons of *soda pulp, the remaining 137,500 tons being produced by the sulphite process. (1893)"
  4884.   (1893.23) Law Times XCV. 54/1 "That branch of the Profession elects to remain disjected, a profession of units without common interests, without cohesion. (1893)"
  4885.   (1893.24) N. &. Q. 8th Ser. IV. 461/2 "In the event of any future Earl of Cromartie becoming Duke of Sutherland, the Cromartie honours should at once pass to the next remainder heir. (1893)"
  4886.   (1893.25) Nat. Observer 7 Oct. 541/2 "The remainder of the Life will take two more volumes. (1893)"
  4887.   (1893.26) N. &. Q. 8th Ser. IV. 461/2 "This unusual series of remainderships. (1893)"
  4888.   (1893.27) Northumbld. Gloss. s.v., "The term hoastman has long ceased to describe the profession of coal-shipper or `engrosser' of the commodities enumerated in the charter of incorporation..The Company of Hoastmen remains simply the premier Incorporated Company of Newcastle, and election to its membership is a much coveted honour. (1893)"
  4889.   (1893.28) Outing XXII. 88/2 "But, though he had several strikes, his stringer remained dry in his pocket. (1893)"
  4890.   (1893.29) Pall Mall G. 23 Jan. 2/1 "Although it has suffered somewhat from repaint..it still remains one of the most beautiful single heads produced by Renaissance painting. (1893)"
  4891.   (1893.30) Q. Jrnl. Geol. Soc. XLIX. 77 "We have, therefore, sunken massifs both west and east of the Dü.rrenstein; that mountain itself remains at a higher level between the two, and may be called a `Horst' in the sense originally applied by Suess. (1893)"
  4892.   (1893.31) Scot. Leader 15 Aug. 7 "These vessels..differ from the ordinary trawlers in respect that while the latter return to port at least once a week, the fleeters remain at sea as long as their coals hold out. (1893)"
  4893.   (1893.32) Times 1 June 9/5 "Cutting short the discussion on..the remaining clauses of the Bill by what is known as the `guillotining' process. (1893)"
  4894.   (1893.33) Times 14 July 9/5 "The gagging resolution excluded all debate on the remaining clauses. (1893)"
  4895.   (1894.1) A. Robertson Nuggets 4 "He dashed into the catching pen, and seized the smaller of two sheep that remained. (1894)"
  4896.   (1894.2) A. T. Snell Electr. Motive Power iv. 126 "The *line loss remains constant when the percentage of the line drop is kept the same for variations of supply pressure. (1894)"
  4897.   (1894.3) Baring-Gould Deserts S. France I. 149 "Their remains may be discovered at a lower level, though not subterposed. (1894)"
  4898.   (1894.4) C. F. Mitchell Building Construction iii. 132 "Racking is the term applied to the method of arranging the edge of a brick wall, part of which is unavoidably delayed while the remainder is carried up. (1894)"
  4899.   (1894.5) Crockett Lilac Sunb. 72 "What remained of the smooth candle `dowp'. (1894)"
  4900.   (1894.6) Doyle Mem. S. Holmes 109 "We had the drags at once, and set to work to recover the remains. (1894)"
  4901.   (1894.7) E. Eggleston in Century Mag. Apr. 850 "Our country people, when speaking of the male flower of the maize, preserve the broad vowel of their ancestors: `tossell' it will remain in spite of the schoolmaster. (1894)"
  4902.   (1894.8) F. W. Oliver tr. Kerner's Nat. Hist. Plants I. 154 "It is not surprising to find Drosophyllum covered at the same time with remains of besmeared dead bodies. (1894)"
  4903.   (1894.9) G. Dunn in Classical Rev. Mar. 95/1 "The problem remains to determine whether there are any Phonemes which may be regarded as the representatives of these hypothetical and analogically deduced long sonants. (1894)"
  4904.   (1894.10) Hall Caine Manxman 419 "The spendthrift had..sold up the remainder of his furniture. (1894)"
  4905.   (1894.11) H. Paasch From Keel to Truck (ed. 2) 463/1 "Stiffening, is the term given to any weighty substances taken on board a vessel for the purpose of making her `Stiff', i.e. less crank. Stiffening (whether consisting of ballast or a portion of the outward cargo) is put in vessels which do not remain upright without having sufficient weight in the bottom. (1894)"
  4906.   (1894.12) H. Speight Nidderdale 380 "Remains of this old thoroughfare..in the shape of large pave-stones. (1894)"
  4907.   (1894.13) H. Spencer in Westm. Gaz. 29 Aug. 8/2 "The stronger peoples have been land-thieves from the beginning, and have remained land-thieves down to the present hour. (1894)"
  4908.   (1894.14) J. Geikie Gt. Ice Age (ed. 3) 30 "The beds of snow..being usually marked off by a `*dirt-line' or crust formed of a mixture of dust, small grit, and occasional remains of insects. (1894)"
  4909.   (1894.15) J. Mason Princ. Chess 186 "In the case of master players, a slight initial error..will permeate the remainder of the game. (1894)"
  4910.   (1894.16) K. Pearson in Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A. CLXXXV. 72 "A frequency-curve, which, for practical purposes, can be represented by the error curve, will for the remainder of this paper be termed a normal curve. (1894)"
  4911.   (1894.17) K. Hedges Amer. Electr. Street Railways vii. 75 "In the case of the G.E. 800 type when the side suspension is used, the whole of the weight is taken off the axle, whereas by the older method half the weight only was on the cross bar, resting on springs, and the remainder on the axle. One method is known as the End or *Nose Suspension, the other as the Side Bar Suspension. (1894)"
  4912.   (1894.18) Maskelyne Sharps &. Flats 140 "To allow a certain number of cards to remain undisturbed is a comparatively simple matter in any shuffle. (1894)"
  4913.   (1894.19) Stead If Christ came to Chicago 295 "*Fire-Marshal Swenie has remained in command of the firemen for many years. (1894)"
  4914.   (1894.20) T. W. Fox Mechanism of Weaving ii. 17 "It will be noticed that the threads from shaft 4 are reeded two in a dent, and those from the remaining shafts three in a dent. (1894)"
  4915.   (1894.21) W. M. Lindsay Lat. Lang. 543 "The origin of the Gerundive suffix still remains doubtful. (1894)"
  4916.   (1894.22) W. J. Lineham Textbk. Mech. Engin. x. 699 "The first practical gas engine..was double-acting, charging with air and gas during a half stroke, firing during the remaining half. (1894)"
  4917.   (1894.23) Amer. Dict. Printing 149/1 "Drop letters, two-line letters, the top being as high as the top of a line of an advertisement or of reading matter, the remainder dropping down to the next line. This expression is not used in America, the equivalent being a two-line letter. (1894)"
  4918.   (1894.24) Daily News 26 July 3/3 "He won the race so easily that little notice need be taken of the placings of the remainder of the field. (1894)"
  4919.   (1894.25) Nation (N.Y.) 31 May 405/1 "What actually remains in situ is the walls of the foundations. (1894)"
  4920.   (1894.26) Outing 453/2, "I led him alongside, where-as a played-out 'longe always will-he remained motionless..for a few seconds. (1894)"
  4921.   (1894.27) Westm. Mag. 8 May 2/3 "The mere show, the social functioning and ceremony, remains, although everyone knows that the life of the metropolis no longer expresses itself through the City Corporation. (1894)"
  4922.   (1894.28) Westm. Gaz. 19 Apr. 6/2 "One of the few remaining *old-service gaolers. (1894)"
  4923.   (1894.29) Westm. Gaz. 2 May 2/3 "The state of things described by Kingsley still remains in the lower strata of these sweated industries. (1894)"
  4924.   (1894.30) Westm. Gaz. 2 Feb. 3/1 "The five or six little skunklets remain en famille with their parents until the following spring. (1894)"
  4925.   (1894.31) Mark Twain in Century Mag. Apr. 822 "Tom's conduct had remained letter-perfect during two whole months. (1894)"
  4926.   (1895.1) A. Forbes in Daily News 18 Feb. 6/3 "Mr. Herbert, in his redoubt in the centre of the Grivitza heights, remained unengaged until 4 p.m. (1895)"
  4927.   (1895.2) C. H. Merriam in U.S. Dept. Agric., N. Amer. Fauna No. 8. 112 "The tuza series [of Geomys] inhabits the South Atlantic and Gulf States south of the Savannah River and east of the Mississippi... The members of the tuza series agree among themselves and differ from the remaining forms of the genus Geomys in having longer and more naked tails, and in numerous cranial characters. (1895)"
  4928.   (1895.3) G. L. Hillier Cycling (ed. 5) 342 "Appended are the Rules for `Herne Hill Pacing', which, if strictly enforced, insure fair pacing all round... No pacer is to remain on the path, unless actually pacing. (1895)"
  4929.   (1895.4) J. Lewkowitsch Chem. Analysis Oils, Fats, Waxes iv. 100 "The temperature will continue to fall, but then it will rise suddenly..and reach a maximum, remaining thereat stationary for some little time before it falls again. This point is called the titer or solidifying point. (1895)"
  4930.   (1895.5) Ld. Watson in Law Times Rep. LXXIII. 37/1 "They have sold their patent..for..30,000l., and..allowing a reasonable deduction for those items which they have disbursed, there still remains to the good a very considerable sum of money. (1895)"
  4931.   (1895.6) Ld. C. E. Paget Autobiog. iv. (1896) 80 "Finding the ship hard and fast, he had nothing for it but to remain quietly on board. (1895)"
  4932.   (1895.7) M. R. James Abbey St. Edmund 131 "At Amiens four portions of a like historiated screen remain. (1895)"
  4933.   (1895.8) Manson Sporting Dict. 58 (Faro), "Hock or Hockelty card, the last card remaining in the box, after the deal has been made. (1895)"
  4934.   (1895.9) Pollock &. Maitland Hist. Eng. Law I. 198 "This `final concord' or `fine', will be drawn up by the royal clerks and one copy of it, the so-called `Foot of the Fine', will remain with the Court. (1895)"
  4935.   (1895.10) Petrie Egypt. Tales Ser. i. Introd. 1 "It is strange that..the oldest literature..should yet have remained unpresented to English readers. (1895)"
  4936.   (1895.11) Rashdall Universities 790 "The jurisdiction of the Court of the High Steward of the University [of Oxford]..remains intact, but the privilege has never been claimed for a century or more. (1895)"
  4937.   (1895.12) W. H. Hudson Spencer's Philos. 172 "Thus remaining unintegrated into the great organization of mutual-dependent parts which constitutes society. (1895)"
  4938.   (1895.13) W. H. Hudson Spencer's Philos. 97 "Remaining exposed to surrounding forces that are unequilibrated. (1895)"
  4939.   (1895.14) W. J. Corbett in Soc. Eng. v. (1902) II. 140 "As the tone of society became gentler, the lords naturally had a tendency to free their serfs;..in the eyes of the law the villeins remained serfs. (1895)"
  4940.   (1895.15) 19th Cent. July 152 "English law still remains..conspicuous for its defects of form,..and no one would pretend that the art of `nomography' is not capable of further material development. (1895)"
  4941.   (1895.16) Amer. Jrnl. Psychol. VII. 78 "Experimental Psychology was in its origin, and has remained for a considerable extent in its development, a German science. (1895)"
  4942.   (1895.17) Athen&ae.aeig;um 14 Dec. 839/1 "Many of them [megalithic remains] are marked with scribings and other ornamentations. (1895)"
  4943.   (1895.18) Century Mag. May 155/2 "Only a few, a very few, of the faithful old `maumers' and loyal house- and body-servants remain. (1895)"
  4944.   (1895.19) Daily News 8 Apr. 3/7 "Sugar.-.. Foreign refined market remains steady. (1895)"
  4945.   (1895.20) Knowledge Oct. 223/2 "Much remains to be done by British spel&ae.aeig;ologists. (1895)"
  4946.   (1895.21) Oracle Encycl. I. 556/1 "Butter-Milk, the liquid which remains after the churning of cream or sweet-milk for the preparation of butter. (1895)"
  4947.   (1895.22) Review of Rev. Aug. 148 "An attack, which now, alas, must remain for ever undelivered. (1895)"
  4948.   (1895.23) Thompson St. Poker Club 65 "The Rev. Mr. Smith dealt Mr. Williams two cards,..helped himself to the last ten-spot remaining in the pack. (1895)"
  4949.   (1896.1) Allbutt Syst. Med. I. 564 "The animal remains passive while the immunity-conferring substances are applied to its tissues. (1896)"
  4950.   (1896.2) A. J. Hipkins Pianoforte 44 "Setting the military bands aside as forming a province ruled by its own law, the French pitch yet remains as appertaining to preference and not obligation. (1896)"
  4951.   (1896.3) E. B. Wilson Cell ix. 305 "Mitotic division is conceived [by Weismann] as an apparatus which may distribute the elements of the chromatin to the daughter nuclei either equally or unequally. In the former case (`hom&oe.okinesis', integral or quantitative division), the resulting nuclei remain precisely equivalent. (1896)"
  4952.   (1896.4) E. B. Wilson Cell ii. 53 "There are..some undoubted cases..in which the centrosome remains undivided during the resting stage and only divides as the process of mitosis begins. (1896)"
  4953.   (1896.5) J. Welton Man. Logic (ed. 2) I. iii. iii. 251 "Obversion is a change in the quality of a predication made of any given subject, whilst the import of the judgment remains unchanged. The original proposition is called the Obvertend, and that which is inferred from it is termed the Obverse. (1896)"
  4954.   (1896.6) Mrs. Caffyn Quaker Grandmother 146 "Stopping to hit at the blackened unassuming remains of a dock. (1896)"
  4955.   (1896.7) R. W. Paul Brit. Pat. 4686, "I prefer to employ the following mechanism,..causing the film to be propelled instantaneously a small amount, after which it remains still for projection of the picture. (1896)"
  4956.   (1896.8) Sir H. Maxwell Hist. Dumfries etc. ii. 32 "Novantia, however, remained Pictish,-i.e. Goidelic-in speech and race. (1896)"
  4957.   (1896.9) Tout Edw. I, iv. 81 "Henry Lacy..remained unswervingly faithful to Edward. (1896)"
  4958.   (1896.10) Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch 20 Apr. 3/8 "Most of the `grafters' have left the town, and not many of them will remain here. (1896)"
  4959.   (1896.11) Daily News 23 Oct. 2/2 "Only fragmentary pillars and remnants of outlining walls..remain. (1896)"
  4960.   (1896.12) Daily News 3 Nov. 2/3 "The supplies remaining over from the expedition, and consisting chiefly of large quantities of provisions, vegetables, staminal foods, and pemmicans, will be sold..on Monday. (1896)"
  4961.   (1896.13) Daily News 21 Nov. 8/2 "His medical attendant..remained with the prisoner-patient throughout a considerable part of the night. (1896)"
  4962.   (1896.14) Engineering News XXXVI. 27/1 "When a long stub-end track gets full of empties, the cars at the stub end are likely to remain for weeks and months. (1896)"
  4963.   (1896.15) J. Lillard's Poker Stories 246 "But one single dollar remained of that five spot. (1896)"
  4964.   (1896.16) Living Topics Cycl. (N.Y.) II. 260, "5 [rifled guns] were well advanced, and the parts for the remainder were nearly all forged and some of them machined. (1896)"
  4965.   (1896.17) Pop. Sci. Monthly Feb. 494 "As long as it remains a stranger and an unlike. (1896)"
  4966.   (1896.18) Times 18 Dec. 13/5 "The action was to recover..in respect of sidage or standage charged upon trucks..which remained more than four days upon..sidings. (1896)"
  4967.   (1896.19) Times 18 Dec. 13/5 "The action was..in respect of sidage or standage rent charged upon trucks..which remained more than four days upon their sidings. (1896)"
  4968.   (1896.20) tr. Boas' Text-bk. Zool. 540 "The chains remain within the body-wall of the solitary salp. (1896)"
  4969.   (1896.21) tr. Boas' Zool. 259 "A triangular median portion of the mesothorax (scutellum) remains uncovered. (1896)"
  4970.   (1897.1) C. T. Davis Manuf. Leather (ed. 2) xxiv. 382 "The hides are next suspended in `rockers'... They remain in the `rockers' from seven to ten days. (1897)"
  4971.   (1897.2) Allbutt Syst. Med. III. 71 "The generalisation of an infective disease which in most instances remains localised may be due..to the dissemination of the specific organism. (1897)"
  4972.   (1897.3) Allbutt Syst. Med. III. 117 "When the hyperostoses are large they remain in a modified form. (1897)"
  4973.   (1897.4) A. H. Miles Concise Knowl. Astron. ii. xv. 195 "In the guiding telescope are two spider threads at right angles to each other, and it is by constantly keeping the image of a star at the intersection of these `wires' that the operator ensures the images remaining in a constant position upon the sensitive plate. (1897)"
  4974.   (1897.5) B. Russell Essay on Foundations of Geometry i. 24 "As regards independence of rotation in rigid bodies (Monodromy). If (n&min.1) points of a body remain fixed, so that every other point can only describe a certain curve, then that curve is closed. (1897)"
  4975.   (1897.6) B. Stoker Dracula xxvii. 381 "There remain one more victim in the Vampire fold; one more to swell the grim and grisly ranks of the Un-dead. (1897)"
  4976.   (1897.7) Foster Compl. Hoyle 299 (Cinch), "He may search the remainder of the pack, and take from it any cards that he pleases. This is called robbing the deck. (1897)"
  4977.   (1897.8) J. Hutchinson in Arch. Surg. VIII. 218 "Those who remain well and never present tertiaries. (1897)"
  4978.   (1897.9) J. M. Sarbah Fanti Customary Laws 3 "The words `Akan' (Akanfu) arose probably from the way the Mfantsifu referred to those who remained at Takieman. The word Akan to our mind means a remnant. (1897)"
  4979.   (1897.10) Mary Kinglsey W. Africa 488 "Between five and six weeks..the widow remains in the hut, armed with a good stout stick, as a precaution against the ghost of her husband. (1897)"
  4980.   (1897.11) M. Dziewicki Wyclif's De Logica (1899) III. Introd. 26 "Christ's Body..is present without either position or shape. The bread is not annihilated; what remains is a purely mathematical body, but not nothing. (1897)"
  4981.   (1897.12) M. Dziewicki Wyclif's De Logica iii. (1899) p. xviii, "If every punctal atom is and remains eternally the same, then the elements would remain in their compounds. (1897)"
  4982.   (1897.13) Marquis of Salisbury in Times 16 Feb. 8/1 "The concerted sympathy of the Powers remains complete. (1897)"
  4983.   (1897.14) Mary Kingsley W. Africa 176 "The Adoomas left and fled to the French authority at Njole and remained under its guarding shadow until the French came up and chastised the Fans. (1897)"
  4984.   (1897.15) Mather Ruskin (ed. 5) p. xvii, "Even though the truth burdening the style remains vague and is ungrasped by the reader. (1897)"
  4985.   (1897.16) Pemberton Compl. Cyclist 87 "A wheel which will remain perfectly true. (1897)"
  4986.   (1897.17) P. Warung Tales Old R&eacu.gime 231 "The fear that..any written message from their friend..might remain undeciphered. (1897)"
  4987.   (1897.18) Parker &. Haswell Text-bk. Zool. II. 562 "In the Mole and the Bandicoot not only is there no decidua thrown off, but the f&oe.tal placenta with the distal portion of the allantois does not pass out after the f&oe.tus, but remains, and is broken up or absorbed in the uterus. Such a condition has been termed contra-deciduate. (1897)"
  4988.   (1897.19) R. H. Story Apostolic Ministry Scot. Church v. 154 "The beehive cells, the remains of which may still be seen in Eilean Naomh and other Hebridean isles. (1897)"
  4989.   (1897.20) W. James Let. 28 Apr. (1920) II. 58 "Life and mysticism exceed the articulable, and if there is a One..it must remain only mystically expressed. (1897)"
  4990.   (1897.21) Allbutt's Syst. Med. II. 1124 "The bladders may..remain entirely nude and free in the peritoneal cavity. (1897)"
  4991.   (1897.22) Allbutt's Syst. Med. IV. 655 "The lungs remain resonant when the larger bronchial tubes are filled with gelatine. (1897)"
  4992.   (1897.23) Allbutt's Syst. Med. II. 657 "Vaccination, which has now stood the test of practice for a century, remains to-day one of the greatest medical prophylactics the world has ever known. (1897)"
  4993.   (1897.24) Allbutt's Syst. Med. II. 930 "So long as profound *phosphorus cachexia remains. (1897)"
  4994.   (1897.25) Allbutt's Syst. Med. III. 627 "Such sense of taste as remains is only capable of perceiving a bitter nastiness. (1897)"
  4995.   (1897.26) Allbutt's Syst. Med. III. 134 "The chief question is the degree of bony deformity or stunting of structure which will remain. (1897)"
  4996.   (1897.27) Allbutt's Syst. Med. IV. 475 "When the skin is cut into..it remains unshrunken. (1897)"
  4997.   (1897.28) Allbutt's Syst. Med. IV. 381 "The disorder, unless re-initiated by repetition of the cause, may long remain quiescent. (1897)"
  4998.   (1897.29) Brit. Printer 268 "When followed by a like variation of the three remaining spaces between words in the line, the latter, when assembled, will be *self-justified. (1897)"
  4999.   (1897.30) Blackw. Mag. Nov. 685 "The polity of the Mexican haciendado remains unchanged. (1897)"
  5000.   (1897.31) Cyclist Touring Cl. Gaz. Sept. 398 "The tyre when pumped remained rideable for two or three hours. (1897)"
  5001.   (1897.32) Daily News 4 Oct. 6/4 "The colouring matter remaining attached to the paper, and held there by the insolubilised gum. (1897)"
  5002.   (1897.33) Daily News 10 Dec. 3/2 (heading, ) "Defendant's man during the nine days only visited the house once a day and did not remain in possession. (1897)"
  5003.   (1897.34) Mind VI. 240 "This Reality for us remains little more than a Ding an Sich. (1897)"
  5004.   (1897.35) Nature 7 Oct. 555/2 "The myotomic sacs remain monodermic on their outer face. (1897)"
  5005.   (1897.36) Q. Jrnl. Microsc. Sc. Jan. 440 "He viewed the calcified structures as the sole remains of an entire `prelacteal' dentition which had otherwise become suppressed. (1897)"
  5006.   (1897.37) Times Law Rep. XIII. 570 "If..underwriter substitutes could not be procured, the Globe Company remained underwriter. (1897)"
  5007.   (1897.38) Trans. Amer. Pediatric Soc. IX. 208 "Of the remaining cases..one..was due to py&ae.aeig;mia following omphalitis in the newly-born. (1897)"
  5008.   (1897.39) Westm. Gaz. 15 Feb. 3 "Would she..remain fixed to be crushed by the squeezing masses?" (1897)"
  5009.   (1897.40) Westm. Gaz. 4 Nov. 8/1 "The directors had the oficina closed down entirely..and the works will remain closed until there is a reasonable advance in the price of nitrate. (1897)"
  5010.   (1897.41) Mark Twain Notebook (1935) 335 "In a dream I have at last encountered a humorism that actually remained one after waking. (1897)"
  5011.   (1898.1) A. S. Packard Textbk. Entomol. iii. 621 "In some cases the obtected pupa remains within the loose envelope formed by the old larval skin. (1898)"
  5012.   (1898.2) Bodley France II. iii. v. 258 "The office of minister must remain in misesteem. (1898)"
  5013.   (1898.3) C. S. Peirce Coll. Papers (1934) V. 412 "Science, when it comes to understand itself, regards facts as merely the vehicle of eternal truth, while for Practice they remain the obstacles which it has to turn, the enemy of which it is determined to get the better. (1898)"
  5014.   (1898.4) G. W. E. Russell Collect. &. Recoll. ii. 14 "In those untender days he was considered too delicate to remain at a Public School. (1898)"
  5015.   (1898.5) H. C. Porter tr. Strasburger's Text-bk. Bot. ii. i. 313 "Both valves are so strongly impregnated with silica, that, even when subjected to intense heat, they remain as a siliceous skeleton, retaining the original form and markings of the cell walls. (1898)"
  5016.   (1898.6) Hamblen Gen. Manager's Story xiv. 234 "The awkward attempts of the new men to get the few remaining dead engines watered and fired-up. (1898)"
  5017.   (1898.7) J. M. Lightwood in Encycl. Laws Eng. X. 237 "In possession: as applied to an estate or interest, these words usually mean that the right is immediate, and not in reversion, remainder, or expectancy. (1898)"
  5018.   (1898.8) J. R. Illingworth Divine Immanence iii. 71 "It remains then that we..conceive of God as at once transcending and immanent in nature. (1898)"
  5019.   (1898.9) T. Mackay State &. Charity vi. 92 "The above cited preamble..still remains the official definition of a charity. (1898)"
  5020.   (1898.10) 19th Ann. Rep. U.S. Geol. Survey vi contd. 29 "Usually the terms `production' and `pipe-line runs' are considered as synonymous, but production is always slightly in excess of runs. The expression `pipe-line runs' means the amount of oil the pipe lines have received from the wells, and as the pipe lines do not run all the oil in the tanks at the wells, it would be remarkable if the same amount remained in the tanks at the wells at the close of each year. (1898)"
  5021.   (1898.11) Allbutt's Syst. Med. 1024 "In the remainder there was no valve-lesion. (1898)"
  5022.   (1898.12) Daily News 22 Sept. 4/5 "Against the renunciation of `irredeemed' territory (to use the Italian term) must be set the implied guarantee of the remainder. (1898)"
  5023.   (1898.13) Daily News 9 May 2/3 "In the open, bar gold remained in strong demand for America at about 77s. 934d. per ounce. (1898)"
  5024.   (1898.14) Daily News 14 Nov. 5/1 "Three blocks are now approaching completion,..and only two remain unstarted. (1898)"
  5025.   (1898.15) Monthly S. Dakotan I. 103 "Only tiny triangular spots remained dry in the lee of broken corn-stalks and scattered Russian thistles. (1898)"
  5026.   (1898.16) N. &. Q. 9th Ser. II. 33/1 "Type..occupying exactly three-sevenths of the open page, the remaining four-sevenths being `*printer's-fat'. (1898)"
  5027.   (1898.17) Syd. Soc. Lex., "Stump of Eyeball, the remainder of the globe after the excision of whole or part of the eyeball. (1898)"
  5028.   (1898.18) Syd. Soc. Lex., "Status (L.),..A stage in which the disease having reached its height, it remains for a time before convalescence begins. (1898)"
  5029.   (1898.19) Tit Bits 30 July 338/1 "The remaining acts [of the play] were in turn `swallowed' during the successive intervals. (1898)"
  5030.   (1898.20) Westm. Gaz. 1 Apr. 1/3 "Everyone living is either an `in-law' himself, and therefore bound to possess corresponding `in-laws', or his `in-law' potentiality remains intact. (1898)"
  5031.   (1898.21) Westm. Gaz. 4 Oct. 10/1 "There remain the South London and the Southwark and Deptford Companies' systems. These, however, are but sidelines west and east. (1898)"
  5032.   (1898.22) Westm. Gaz. 11 July 1/2 "For the remainder of those in the senior rank there is..a prospect of their attaining the rank of flag officer with the `yellow' attachment. (1898)"
  5033.   (1898.23) Westm. Gaz. 1 Mar. 2/1 "Then I would rather that the Church should remain unreformed. (1898)"
  5034.   (1898.24) Merriman Roden's Corner ii. 16 "It would never do if the world remained stationary. (1898)"
  5035.   (1898.25) tr. Strasburger's Text-bk. Bot. i. i. 112 "Special endodermal cells, directly external to the xylem strands, remain unthickened and serve as transfusion cells. (1898)"
  5036.   (1899.1) Baring-Gould Bk. of West I. ii. 40 "A very large number of old mansions, belonging to the squirearchy of Elizabethan days, remain. (1899)"
  5037.   (1899.2) Crockett Kit Kennedy xix. 131 "With well-assured hearts the pair made themselves ready for what remained to be done. (1899)"
  5038.   (1899.3) E. M. Aveling tr. Marx's Secret Diplomatic Hist. 18th Cent. v. 74 "Whether we consider her [sc. Russia's] power..as the mere vision of the *guilt-stricken consciences of the European peoples-the question remains the same. (1899)"
  5039.   (1899.4) H. W. Dresser Voices of Freedom ii. 22 "The term `New Thought', now the accepted appellation of a doctrine which has differentiated itself from..mental science..and become the representative teaching of those who..are not worshippers of personality, are not bound to certain books, but remain independent. (1899)"
  5040.   (1899.5) J. Hutchinson in Arch. Surg. X. No. 38. 177 "The sensation of tingling burning pain remaining the same, while the itching is `terrific'. (1899)"
  5041.   (1899.6) Rodway In Guiana Wilds 30 "Allan..began to feel cramped from remaining so long in one position; he wanted to stretch his legs. (1899)"
  5042.   (1899.7) W. A. MacKay Pioneer Life in Zorra 171 "Not infrequently would the sugar-makers remain in the woods most of the night boiling down the sap. (1899)"
  5043.   (1899.8) Allbutt's Syst. Med. VII. 241 "The percentage of total solids in the fluid passed during straining, was less than half that passed when the patient remained passive. (1899)"
  5044.   (1899.9) Allbutt's Syst. Med. VI. 10 "The matted valves may remain rigidly fixed. (1899)"
  5045.   (1899.10) Allbutt's Syst. Med. VI. 828 "The eyes remain in their static or resting position. (1899)"
  5046.   (1899.11) Allbutt's Syst. Med. VIII. 640 "In all cases a deeply pigmented macula remains. (1899)"
  5047.   (1899.12) Amer. Anthropologist Oct. 601 "*Property marks are used very frequently by the Eskimo tribes of Alaska. They occur almost exclusively on weapons used in hunting, which, after being dispatched, remain in the bodies of large game. (1899)"
  5048.   (1899.13) Allbutt's Syst. Med. VI. 753 "All that remains in man of the great rhinencephalon of macrosmatic mammals is the olfactory bulb and tract. (1899)"
  5049.   (1899.14) Allbutt's Syst. Med. VII. 591 "Nothing now remained but to press the use of anti-pneumococcic serum. (1899)"
  5050.   (1899.15) Allbutt's Syst. Med. VI. 829 "There is no mental stimulus to the combination of the retinal images, and the eyes remain in their static or resting position. (1899)"
  5051.   (1899.16) Allbutt's Syst. Med. VIII. 558 "The psoriasis may remain masked. (1899)"
  5052.   (1899.17) Daily News 10 Apr. 8/2 "The ceratodus, a fish with lungs, which, though its fossil remains are scattered over the world, is now confined to two rivers in the south of Queensland, the Mary and the Burnett. (1899)"
  5053.   (1899.18) Daily News 30 Sept. 6/1 "Night by night he remained at the office till the last, seeing the paper to bed (to use the old-fashioned phrase), and examining the first copies printed. (1899)"
  5054.   (1899.19) Daily News 12 June 7/5 "To facilitate cavalry charges the main thoroughfares remained unwatered. (1899)"
  5055.   (1899.20) Navy &. Army Illustr. 9 Dec. 307 "The remainder of the dinner hour..is spent in smoking and perhaps dozing (a little shut-eye). (1899)"
  5056.   (1899.21) N. &. Q. 9th Ser. III. 365/2 "Quills as pens remained in use in some houses as the only writing tool up to a dozen to twenty years ago... Nowadays..the word `pen' has almost dropped out of usage, except to express the pen and holder. (1899)"
  5057.   (1899.22) Proc. Zool. Soc. 919 "There is one detached tooth remaining, which is of the same Squalodont type. (1899)"
  5058.   (1899.23) Sketch 1 Nov. 62/1 "The poor evening paper cannot afford this. It must..be content with the `remainder biscuit' of the morning's telegrams. (1899)"
  5059.   (1899.24) Westm. Gaz. 31 Oct. 8/3 "All prisoners..remain there three months, but if they show docile spirit at the end of that time they are transferred into the *probation class. (1899)"
  5060.   (1899.25) Westm. Gaz. 5 May 1/2 "The Chief Constructor..will personally direct the splitting out of the only twelve blocks remaining under the vessel. (1899)"
  5061.   (1899.26) L. Scott Cathedral Builders 9 "Rome is..full of remains of what is now styled Comacine architecture. (1899)"
  5062.   (1899.27) Mark Twain Man that corrupted Hadleyburg in Harper's Mag. Dec. 30/2 "A remark which he made to me has remained with me to this day, and has at last conquered me. (1899)"
  5063.   (1900.1) Ade More Fables (1902) 106 "When all the Smart Set get ready to pike away for the Heated Term..she would remain at Home. (1900)"
  5064.   (1900.2) A. Dunn Bridge 54 "He should take the first opportunity of echoing in a plain suit, which will inform the leader that he has still one trump remaining. (1900)"
  5065.   (1900.3) C. E. McClung in Kansas Univ. Q. A. IX. 78 "The term `chromosome' being..restricted to the units of the division figures, there remains no name for the parts composing these when they are compound, as in tetrads and diads... I should like, therefore, to propose the term `chromatid' for each of these. (1900)"
  5066.   (1900.4) D. Stone Outl. Chr. Dogma xi. 191 "Receptionism is the view that the bread and wine remain only bread and wine after consecration; but that, together with them, the faithful communicant really receives the body and blood of Christ. (1900)"
  5067.   (1900.5) E. B. Wilson Cell (ed. 2) i. 52 "Eisen ('97) asserts that in the blood of a salamander..the attraction-sphere..containing the centrosomes may separate from the remainder of the cell (nucleated red corpuscles) to form an independent form of blood&dubh.corpuscle or `plasmocyte', which leads an active life in the blood. (1900)"
  5068.   (1900.6) Gildemeister &. Hoffmann Volatile Oils 558 "The remaining part of the oil [of Ajowan], about one half, consists of hydrocarbons, which are sold in commerce under the name of thymene..a mixture of cymene and a terpene boiling at 172°.. (1900)"
  5069.   (1900.7) J. M. Bacon By Land &. Sky i. 12 "The balloon on rising fouled a big elm, and for a moment remained caught high up among the boughs. Then it tore off a large branch entangled in the rigging. (1900)"
  5070.   (1900.8) Ld. Kelvin in Phil. Mag. L. 306 "For atoms of electricity, which, following Larmor, I at present call electrons, it inevitably occurs to suggest a special class of atoms... A positive electron would be an atom which by attraction condenses ether into the space occupied by its volume; and a negative electron would be an atom which, by repulsion, rarefies the ether remaining in the space occupied by its volume. (1900)"
  5071.   (1900.9) Pollok &. Thom Sports Burma vi. 212, "I gave this [bison] the *shoulder-shot with the remaining barrel of my rifle. (1900)"
  5072.   (1900.10) R. Hutchison Food 263 "The remaining sugars of this group are malt-sugar, or maltose, and milk-sugar, or lactose. (1900)"
  5073.   (1900.11) W. T. Brannt India Rubber, Gutta-Percha &. Balata iii. 111 "If the articles are allowed to remain too long in the solution, over-vulcanization may take place, that is, the surface of the article becomes hard and brittle. (1900)"
  5074.   (1900.12) W. H. Rivers in E. A. Schä.fer Textbk. Physiol. II. 1080 "If the eye remained in a condition of *light-adaptation, red and blue..became gradually blacker. (1900)"
  5075.   (1900.13) Academy 28 Apr. 364/2 "There remains on her seaward front [sc. of Rye], that green space the Salts. (1900)"
  5076.   (1900.14) Cassell's Cycl. Mech. (1902) I. 153/2 "Now pour on white acid, and let it remain until the glass is matted. (1900)"
  5077.   (1900.15) Daily News 13 June 2/3 "Silver remained nominally at 2758d. per ounce spot, and 27 9-16d. forward. (1900)"
  5078.   (1900.16) Daily News 30 July 6/3 "Mr. H. C. P. Bell has done much in excavating the *jungle-clad remains of Anuradhapura. (1900)"
  5079.   (1900.17) Daily News 20 Sept. 5/3 "It is needless for me to say that a number of these [removals] remain untraced. (1900)"
  5080.   (1900.18) Engineering Mag. XIX. 752/1 "This substance, which has received the name of pearlite, is an intimate mixture of thin lamell&ae.aeig; of ferrite and yet thinner lamell&ae.aeig; of a chemical combination of iron and carbon, Fe3 C, which bears the name of cementite. Low-carbon irons and steels are composed of a conglomeration of ferrite and pearlite, but when the carbon reaches about 0&rdot.8 per cent. the ferrite granules disappear, and only the pearlite remains. (1900)"
  5081.   (1900.19) Jrnl. Anthropol. Inst. XXX. 47, "I have not much to say about the remains of the `strand loopers' or `shore walkers', as they have been called, from their habit of life. (1900)"
  5082.   (1900.20) Jrnl. Franklin Inst. CXLIX. 291 "The leading makers now photometer each and every lamp, and the practice of photometering a few and picking out the remainder by the eye is past. (1900)"
  5083.   (1900.21) Jrnl. Yorkshire Ramblers' Club I. 134 "The temptation to remain above ground certainly was very strong, and some of the pot-holers gazed rather wistfully after the men who, at the parting of the ways, left them for Ingleborough. (1900)"
  5084.   (1900.22) Law Rep., App. Cases 405 "The net remains fixed for periods as long as six hours at a stretch. (1900)"
  5085.   (1900.23) Proc. Zool. Soc. 130 "When a bud is detached, a shallow circular depression remains, the sterrastral crust here being thin. (1900)"
  5086.   (1900.24) Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. CXCII. 342 "There remains the assumption that vertebr&ae.aeig; have been excalated in front of the pelvis. (1900)"
  5087.   (1900.25) Phil. Mag. XLIX. 114 "In the case of a gas, of which the statistics are assumed to be regular, the potential energy remains approximately constant. (1900)"
  5088.   (1900.26) Speaker 19 May 190/2 "The population of the lyc&eacu.es and colleges has remained stationary. (1900)"
  5089.   (1900.27) Yearbk. U.S. Dept. Agric. 94 "After the figs were dried they were placed in sweat boxes holding about 200 pounds each, where they were allowed to remain for two weeks, to pass through a sweat. (1900)"
  5090.   (1900.28) tr. Deniker's Races of Man v. 148 "*Endocannibalism is but the remains of a natural state of primitive man. (1900)"
  5091.   (1901.1) D. Cockerell Bookbinding ix. 131 "If the book has been trimmed, or is to remain uncut, a little more must be allowed for the `squares'. (1901)"
  5092.   (1901.2) F. G. Benedict Chem. Lect. Exper. 3 "The Kipp generator, or one of its various modifications, remains today the only portable gas generator for the lecture table... The simpler and less expensive the form of Kipp used, the better. (1901)"
  5093.   (1901.3) H. Morris Surg. Dis. Kidney &. Ureter II. xxiv. 81 "A calculus either may remain fixed in the kidney substance or in a calyx, or may occupy the renal pelvis, within which it can move about, or it may migrate along the ureter towards the bladder. In either of the latter conditions it will probably give rise to renal colic. (1901)"
  5094.   (1901.4) J. E. H. Thomson Recent Comm. Daniel 12 "There are remains of eastern forms..for instance, the use of the lamed as preformative for the yod in the Substantive Verb-a Mandaean i.e. eastern usage. (1901)"
  5095.   (1901.5) J. McTaggart Stud. Hegelian Cosmol. ix. 277 "But I mean that the characteristic which experience possesses of being not-self-its `not-selfness', if the barbarism is permissible,-will always remain as an external and alien element. (1901)"
  5096.   (1901.6) J. A. Godfrey Science of Sex 256 "So long as the sheath remains whole, it is an absolute preventative. (1901)"
  5097.   (1901.7) M. Franklin My Brilliant Career xxiv. 207 "The recent `going bung' of a building society-his sole remaining prop-had run him entirely ashore. (1901)"
  5098.   (1901.8) Merwin &. Webster Calumet `K' i. 15 "All that remained was to wait until the business agent made the next move. (1901)"
  5099.   (1901.9) Titchener Exper. Psychol. I. i. 19 "The contrast disc, with an extra 30°. of white or black in its ring, is set up before its appropriate background. The contrast colour is matched upon the second mixer as before. Note that the same grey background must be retained for the second mixer, in order that the contrast relations may remain the same on both discs. (1901)"
  5100.   (1901.10) W. Ridgeway Early Age Greece I. ii. 237 "After the Terramare came the Early Iron Age, usually termed the Villanova period by the Italian archaeologists, from the discovery of a large number of its characteristic remains at Villanova near Bologna. (1901)"
  5101.   (1901.11) W. D. Howells Heroines of Fiction I. 12 "They imagined the heroine who was after all a Nice Girl; who still remains the ideal of our fiction. (1901)"
  5102.   (1901.12) Ann. &. Mag. Nat. Hist. VII. 315 "Those [animals] remaining in the old place formed a zonally-disposed relict-fauna. (1901)"
  5103.   (1901.13) Business Terms &. Phrases (ed. 2) 199 "Stale cheque,..a cheque which has remained unpaid for some considerable time. (1901)"
  5104.   (1901.14) Chambers's Jrnl. May 302/2 "Each leaf will give on an average two `wrappers' or outside covers for cigars and when used for such the remainder of the leaf is used for `filling'. (1901)"
  5105.   (1901.15) Chambers's Jrnl. 4 May 366/2 "The prefix `minus' attached to a primary colour..[implies] that this particular colour is cut out of the spectrum of white light, and that the negatively-named compound is a blend of the hues remaining. `White minus red', `white minus green', and `white minus blue' would be the complete expressions; they are ordinarily termed complementary colours. (1901)"
  5106.   (1901.16) Daily News 5 Jan. 6/5 "The junction for the Aldershot branch..is being..rearranged on the `fly-over' system, that is, the down line..remains as it was, but a new one..is being brought over the top of the main line by means of a skew bridge... This `fly-over'..will abolish a fruitful source of delay. (1901)"
  5107.   (1901.17) Daily Colonist (Victoria, B.C.) 20 Oct. 10/3 "So long as..there is no means of obtaining..official reports,..so long will mining stock investment remain on the level of `nickel-in-the-slot' gambling. (1901)"
  5108.   (1901.18) Daily Chron. 16 Apr. 3/2 "The remainder of the staff, consisting of the jailer, the under&dubh.jailer, the warrant-sergeant, and various warrant officers, are all policemen, selected for their duties by the police authorities. (1901)"
  5109.   (1901.19) Field 19 Oct. 606/2 "What remains of impracticable Utopism that may cling to this new project. (1901)"
  5110.   (1901.20) Pall Mall G. 27 May 5/3 "The thylacine is confined to Tasmania, although its fossil remains have been found in New South Wales. (1901)"
  5111.   (1901.21) Rep. Philippine Comm. III. 405 "In order to state very briefly how the remaining Philippine languages or dialects are related we select from among them some of the principal ones... These are the Ibanag and Ilocano, of North Luzon. (1901)"
  5112.   (1901.22) Rep. Brit. Assoc. 791 "Very complete remains of baths were found, with two brick-built hypocausts and a stokery. (1901)"
  5113.   (1901.23) Scotsman 6 Nov. 10/6 "Then the `soup' begins to get thick. Particles of smoke..remain suspended. (1901)"
  5114.   (1901.24) Westm. Gaz. 26 Mar. 4/2 "Sodoma remained to the end a Lombardesque artist. (1901)"
  5115.   (1901.25) J. Flynt World of Graft 27 "The remaining third of Chicago's professional thieves are good, bad, and indifferent `sneaks', `porch-climbers', [etc.]. (1901)"
  5116.   (1901.26) Linesman Words by Eyewitness (1902) 100 "There is a brief and breathless `worry' at the top, and the hill is ours. Few Boers have remained to face the bayonets. (1901)"
  5117.   (1902.1) Delafield &. Prudden Path. Anat. &. Histol. (ed. 6) iii. xiv. 731 "With the use of the ordinary technique of Nissl, all of the cell body, excepting the chromophilic bodies, remains unstained and apparently structureless. (1902)"
  5118.   (1902.2) F. T. Bidlake in Cycl. Tour. Cl. Gaz. Aug. 360/1 "Any further brake pressure put on by the lever will remain locked on by the twisting handle. (1902)"
  5119.   (1902.3) H. J. L. Beadnell Prel. Note Arsinoitherium Zitteli 3 "Discovery of Eocene mammalian and reptilian remains made last year by the Geological Survey of Egypt... The most important of these is a large, heavily built, ungulate, about the size of a rhinoceros, and for which the writer proposes the generic name Arsinoitherium, from Queen Arsinoe, after whom the Fayum was called in Ptolemic times. (1902)"
  5120.   (1902.4) Hillebrand &. Penfield in Amer. Jrnl. Sci. CLXIV. 217 "The alkalies and lead play so small a rô.le, and the remaining constituents so prominent a part in the complex chemical molecules, that the latter control or dominate the crystallization by virtue of what may be called their mass-effect. (1902)"
  5121.   (1902.5) H. J. White in J. Hastings Dict. Bible IV. 880/2 "The various Hentenian editions remained for some years as the standard text of the Roman Church, but were still private publications. (1902)"
  5122.   (1902.6) J. McCrae tr. Arrhenius' Text-bk. Electrochem. xvi. 276 "The other impurities, such as gold, silver,..and lead, remain undissolved, or form insoluble compounds..and falling from the anode, collect in the so-called anode slime. (1902)"
  5123.   (1902.7) Ld. Avebury Scenery Eng. ix. 303 "The loop often remains as a dead river-channel or `Mortlake'. Such loop-lakes are known in America by the special name of `Ox&dubh.bows'. (1902)"
  5124.   (1902.8) Ld. Rosebery in Times 21 Feb. 6/1 "Speaking pontifically within his `tabernacle' last night, he [Sir H. C.-B.] anathematised my declarations on the `clean slate' and Home Rule... I remain, therefore, outside his tabernacle, but not, I think, in solitude. (1902)"
  5125.   (1902.9) L. H. Bailey Cycl. Amer. Hort. IV. 1622/2 "Scallion, a name for the Shallot; also used for onions that do not make good bulbs but remain with thick necks. (1902)"
  5126.   (1902.10) T. M. Lindsay Ch. &. Min. in Early Cent. vi. 254 "After the celebration the faithful, who all remained in the church, came forward to the `Table'. (1902)"
  5127.   (1902.11) Vaughan &. Novy Cellular Toxins (ed. 4) vii. 144 "The blood of animals in which one ureter has remained tied for some time becomes laden with a *nephrotoxic substance. (1902)"
  5128.   (1902.12) W. Bateson et al. Rep. Evolution Comm. R. Soc. I. 23 "Among the large number of capsules examined, there were some of the mosaic type, in which part of the capsule was prickly and the remainder smooth. (1902)"
  5129.   (1902.13) W. D. Howells Literature &. Life 49 "A few houses of the past remain, but the type of the summer cottage has impressed itself upon all the later building, and the native is passing architecturally, if not personally, into abeyance. (1902)"
  5130.   (1902.14) Cyclists' Touring Club Gaz. Aug. 359/1 "A spicule of flint..pierced my tube, but kindly remained in evidence as a locater. (1902)"
  5131.   (1902.15) Daily Chron. 16 Apr. 7/6 "The starboard gun remained unfired. (1902)"
  5132.   (1902.16) Encycl. Brit. XXV. 572/1 "In the remains of the Geometric Age we may trace the influence of the Dorians. (1902)"
  5133.   (1902.17) Encycl. Brit. XXV. 483/2 "He [Antonelli, 1870] obtained from the Italians payment of the Peter's pence (5,000,000 lire) remaining in the papal exchequer. (1902)"
  5134.   (1902.18) Encycl. Brit. XXVI. 460/1 "If the matador remains without moving, or rather moving only his body to avoid the stroke of the horns, the thrust is known as recibiendo. (1902)"
  5135.   (1902.19) Encycl. Brit. XXXI. 55/2 "In certain localities, for instance, Cyprus, Crete, and most of the Aegean islands,..Mycenaean remains..form in fact a stratum to be expected on the site of almost every ancient Aegean settlement. (1902)"
  5136.   (1902.20) Encycl. Brit. XXVIII. 567/2 "In the case of crystalline fusion it is necessary to distinguish two cases, the Homogeneous and the Heterogeneous... In the second case, the solid and liquid phases differ in composition; that of the liquid phase changes continuously, and the temperature does not remain constant during the fusion. (1902)"
  5137.   (1902.21) Encycl. Brit. XXXII. 65/2 "This connection of vegetal and animal functions remains one of the obscurest in all psycho-biology. (1902)"
  5138.   (1902.22) Encycl. Brit. XXXIII. 483/2 "No doubt in vulgar Tunisian a good many Berber words remain. (1902)"
  5139.   (1902.23) Pall Mall XXVI. 405/1 "Where Bismarck exerted the full..strength of the Uebermensch, Bü.low always remains the polite orator. (1902)"
  5140.   (1902.24) Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. III. 142 "Hilbert states..that his body of axioms consists of independent axioms, that is, that no one of the axioms is logically deducible from the remaining axioms. (1902)"
  5141.   (1902.25) Westm. Gaz. 26 Mar. 2/1 "Others cannot remain in an atmosphere that is not constantly replenished with fresh oxygen; they stifle. (1902)"
  5142.   (1902.26) Westm. Gaz. 26 Feb. 6/3 "Dr. Heber Hart..is convinced that the principles of the League can be effectively advocated only by those who remain within the tabernacle of the party, whoever may be the Chief Rabbi for the time being. (1902)"
  5143.   (1902.27) Westm. Gaz. 18 Dec. 12/2 "In Norfolk it is customary to speak of attending a funeral as `following' the remains. (1902)"
  5144.   (1903.1) A. J. Walker tr. Holleman's Text-bk. Org. Chem. II. 446 "There remains no possibility, except the para-structure, for the third hydroxybenzoic acid melting at 210°.. (1903)"
  5145.   (1903.2) B. Russell Princ. Math. ii. 32 "It remains a question for *philosophical logic whether there is not a quite different notion of the disjunction of individuals. (1903)"
  5146.   (1903.3) B. Russell Princ. of Math. I. iv. 45 "We shall say that `Socrates is human' is a proposition having only one term; of the remaining components of the proposition, one is the verb, the other is a predicate... Predicates..are concepts, other than verbs, which occur in propositions having only one term or subject. (1903)"
  5147.   (1903.4) L. M. E. Solon Old Eng. Porcelain, 220 "This evergreen `bone china' has remained unaltered ever since the first pieces of it came out of Spode's oven. (1903)"
  5148.   (1903.5) Prince &. Speck in Amer. Anthropologist V. 195 "Their language, of course, remained Pequot, a dialect which shows a..striking kinship..with the present speech of the Canadian Abenakis. (1903)"
  5149.   (1903.6) Rutherford &. Soddy in Phil Mag. V. 586 "At each stage [of disintegration] one or more &alpha. `rays' are projected, until the last stages are reached, when the &beta. `ray' or electron is expelled. It seems advisable to possess a special name for these now numerous atom-fragments, or new atoms, which result from the original atom after the ray has been expelled, and which remain in existence only a limited time... We would..suggest the term metabolon for this purpose. (1903)"
  5150.   (1903.7) Sir M. G. Gerard Leaves fr. Diaries viii. 250 "Allowing time for the surround to be accomplished, he then strolled off with the remaining..sepoys. (1903)"
  5151.   (1903.8) W. J. Holland Moth Bk. 323 "The larv&ae.aeig;, which are commonly known as `measuring-worms', `span-worms', or `loopers', have the power in many cases of attaching themselves by the posterior claspers to the stems and branches of plants, and extending the remainder of the body outwardly at an angle. (1903)"
  5152.   (1903.9) Ann. Reg. 1902 272 "The Government remained in the hands of the bloc; and the Radical-Socialist party was free to proceed with the enforcement of the law with regard to the Congregations. (1903)"
  5153.   (1903.10) Amer. Chem. Jrnl. Mar. 188 "The solution was kept cooled to 15°.. One cc. was removed at intervals (5 cc. in all), and the `immediate' titer was found to gradually decrease from its original value of 6&rdot.4 to 1&rdot.2 in about one-half hour, the total active oxygen content..remaining the same. (1903)"
  5154.   (1903.11) Century Mag. Apr. 819/1 "General Grant..declined to remain in town for the occasion, saying that he had had enough of `show business'. (1903)"
  5155.   (1903.12) Daily Chron. 6 Nov. 5/1 "Thanksgiving Day long remained an institution peculiar to New England, but it has been observed annually in New York State since 1817. (1903)"
  5156.   (1903.13) Daily Chron. 16 July 5/3 "To prevent the pleuric liquid..from remaining in the thorax. (1903)"
  5157.   (1903.14) Daily Chron. 11 Feb. 3/6 "The remains of a walled-in nun were discovered. (1903)"
  5158.   (1903.15) Jrnl. Chem. Soc. LXXXIV. ii. 555 "Rö.merite was prepared by allowing a mixture of powdered ferrous sulphate and acid ferric sulphate to remain in contact with moist air for several months. (1903)"
  5159.   (1903.16) Nature 20 Aug. 384/2 "Other atresic follicles are reduced to fibrous tissue or remain cystic. (1903)"
  5160.   (1903.17) Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts &. Sci. XXXIX. 261 "The two remaining types of pigment bodies in the chameleon, erythrophores and *xanthophores, were not identified in Anolis. (1903)"
  5161.   (1903.18) Punch 11 Feb. 103/1 "Though a toughish task remains Before I breast the tape, J. Chamberlain, of Birmingham, Will round (or square) the Cape. (1903)"
  5162.   (1903.19) Phil. Trans. R. Soc. 21 "If an organ has been modified only by indirect selection, then its partial regression coefficients on any complex of other organs, however large or small, provided it includes all the directly selected organs, will remain unchanged by the selection. (1903)"
  5163.   (1903.20) Times 25 Mar. 10/4 "Radium..remains spectroscopically identical after many months of continuous emission of heat. (1903)"
  5164.   (1903.21) Times 1 Dec. 3/5 "Steams remain dull and generally slow of sale, owing to the poor trade prevailing among steam users generally. (1903)"
  5165.   (1903.22) Westm. Gaz. 26 Jan. 8/2 "Were the Crown to..release the prisoner, he would for ever remain an `uncleared' man. (1903)"
  5166.   (1904.1) A. J. Newton Boxing viii. 67 "So clinched, they remain..on the lookout for an opportunity to break away in the most favourable manner. (1904)"
  5167.   (1904.2) A. Vamb&eacu.ry Story my Struggles I. i. 88 "The high-flown announcements of my mezzofantic perfections remained without the slightest result. (1904)"
  5168.   (1904.3) A. Strahan Geol. S. Wales Coalfield V. i. 3 "Nearly all the remainder of the Old Red [Sandstone] tract is occupied by the red sandstones of the Brownstone division, but a thick and persistent group of sandstones and marls with cornstones, generally characterised by a green colour, appears in some of the deeper valleys, among others that of the Senni, from which fact the name of Senni Beds has been applied to them. (1904)"
  5169.   (1904.4) Chesterton Nap. Notting Hill iii. ii. 151 "One of those queer little shops..which must be called toy-shops only because toys..predominate; for the remainder of goods seem to consist of almost everything else in the world-tobacco, exercise-books,..halfpenny paper clips. (1904)"
  5170.   (1904.5) C. G. Child Beowulf p. v, "Great indeed would have been our loss, if..the only remaining *folk-epic of the Germanic peoples, had perished in doing menial service to grocer or soap-seller. (1904)"
  5171.   (1904.6) Goodchild &. Tweney Technol. &. Sci. Dict. 212/1 "In gas and oil engines the exhaust gases consist of the products of combustion, together with any unburnt gases remaining after the explosion. (1904)"
  5172.   (1904.7) H. H. Wilder in Amer. Jrnl. Anat. III. 389 "Corresponding to this hypothesis..we may designate these two types [of twin] respectively as Fraternal and Duplicate, thus doing away with the misleading and inapplicable terms `identical' and `homologous' as applied to the one type, and furnishing a distinguishing term for the other, which seems thus far to have remained without a name. (1904)"
  5173.   (1904.8) H. G. Wells Food of Gods i. iv. 92 "The two surviving hens..spent their remaining years in eggless celebrity. (1904)"
  5174.   (1904.9) J. C. Willis Man. Flowering Plants (ed. 2) 77 "If it [sc. the perianth] remains unwithered round the fruit, persistent, withered, marcescent, enlarged as in Physalis, accrescent. (1904)"
  5175.   (1904.10) Julian &. Smart Cyaniding xxviii. 202 "The principal cyanicide remaining in the Rand concentrates is the basic ferric sulphate. (1904)"
  5176.   (1904.11) J. Chamberlain Speech 19 Jan. (Oxf. Dict. Quots., ed. 2), "Provided that the City of London remains as it is at present, the clearing-house of the world. (1904)"
  5177.   (1904.12) Ld. Rosebery Sp. at Glasgow 5 Dec., "In the history of every puntsman there comes a critical moment..when he has to make a decisive choice whether he will go overboard with the pole, or whether he will remain in the punt without the pole. (1904)"
  5178.   (1904.13) L. W. Fox Dis. Eye xii. 311 "The special difficulties..in removing a cataract before maturity are that parts of the cortex, clear at the time of operation, will remain adherent to the capsule of the lens, and later undergo the process of opacification... Some operators, however, operate on immature cataracts, washing out the tenacious material with a syringe. (1904)"
  5179.   (1904.14) M. B. Field in M. Maclean Mod. Electr. Pract. II. i. vi. 28 "If one of the phases of a &232.-connected system is disconnected, the remaining two can still supply a three-phase current, but with a diminished efficiency. (1904)"
  5180.   (1904.15) S. G. Tallentyre Life Voltaire II. xxxv. 144 "His Commentary remains unrivalled, and is still the text-book on Corneille. (1904)"
  5181.   (1904.16) Sir R. Rodd Sir W. Raleigh ii. 23 "Ireland..remained abandoned to the savagery of the primeval Celt. (1904)"
  5182.   (1904.17) T. Johnstone tr. Kraebelin's Lect. Clin. Psychiatry iii. 25 "All his movements showed a certain constraint and want of freedom. His limbs remained for some time in the position in which you placed them. If you raised your arms quickly in front of him, he imitated the movement, and he also clapped his hands when it was done before him. These phenomena, called respectively flexibilitas cerea, `waxen flexibility', or catalepsy and echopraxis, are familiar to us from experiments in hypnotism. (1904)"
  5183.   (1904.18) T. H. Longfield in Athen&ae.aeig;um 9 Apr. 473/3 "Many remains..of poppyhead bench-ends and benches. (1904)"
  5184.   (1904.19) W. Osler Aequanimitas v. 82 "His son..held the chair for nearly the same length of time, and the remainder of the period has been covered by the occupancy of John Goodsir, and his successor..the present incumbent. (1904)"
  5185.   (1904.20) Astrophysical Jrnl. XIX. 118 "The appearance and disappearance, according to circumstances, of the satellite lines still remains a most curious fact. (1904)"
  5186.   (1904.21) Daily News 22 Oct. 12 "As the men were engaged in `ripping top' they came across what is believed to be the fossilised remains of a large fish. (1904)"
  5187.   (1904.22) Electr. World &. Engineer 27 Feb. 396/2 "The four batteries of boilers constituting each section of the boiler plant are interconnected by a 10-in. main and a 4-in. auxiliary line, both in the form of a ring main... With the location of the valves adopted in the event of rupture of any section of a ring main the trouble may be localised by shutting off the disabled section, the remaining half of the main being kept in service. (1904)"
  5188.   (1904.23) Electrician 13 May 139/2 "If the field winding on one of the limbs of a Manchester-type dynamo is open-circuited, this limb will magnetically short-circuit the remaining limb. (1904)"
  5189.   (1904.24) Heffer &. Sons' Catal. 2 "As the History of `Remaindered' Books would almost prove, it might be said that no Book was really great until it had been `Remaindered'. (1904)"
  5190.   (1904.25) Jewish Encycl. VII. 368/1 "The stability and the immutability of the Law remained from the Orthodox standpoint one of the cardinal principles of Judaism. (1904)"
  5191.   (1904.26) N.Z. Illustr. Mag. X. 48/1 "Sheep annually evaded the shearing muster and remained among the scrub..to develop into `*double-fleecers'. (1904)"
  5192.   (1904.27) Spectator 3 Sept. 314/1 "Directed, not towards the removal of the old proprietorial class,..but towards facilitating their remaining in the country. (1904)"
  5193.   (1904.28) Westm. Gaz. 23 July 13/1 "The `*raven tree' is all that remains..to remind one of the former existence of these birds in those localities. (1904)"
  5194.   (1904.29) Westm. Gaz. 5 Aug. 2/2 "The new Army scheme..is to be debated on Monday, but whether as a Government proposal or the private kite of the Minister for War remains wholly obscure. (1904)"
  5195.   (1904.30) S. Rudd Sandy's Selection 4 "The remaining hundred and fifty-six were under scrub, prickly-pear, wallaby-bush and Bathurst burr. (1904)"
  5196.   (1905.1) A. J. Rosanoff tr. Rogues de Fursac's Man. Psychiatry ii. 46 "Neologisms the meaning of which may remain absolutely enigmatical to the patient himself. (1905)"
  5197.   (1905.2) Beerbohm Around Theatres (1924) II. 144 "He played all the other people off the stage, figuratively. Literally, they remained there, I regret to say. (1905)"
  5198.   (1905.3) Chesterton Heretics 99 "Take away the supernatural, and what remains is the unnatural. (1905)"
  5199.   (1905.4) C. H. Wheeler in J. Watson Dog Bk. v. 351 "The remainder of the litter [of collies] were blue merles. (1905)"
  5200.   (1905.5) E. C. Eckel Cements 185 "Grappier cements are made by grinding finely the lumps of unburned and overburned material which remain when a hydraulic lime is slaked. (1905)"
  5201.   (1905.6) F. E. Clements Res. Methods Ecol. iv. 238 "It is seldom..that the facies and invaders are so equally matched in height and other qualities that they remain in equilibrium. (1905)"
  5202.   (1905.7) G. K. Chesterton R. Browning v. 115 "Prejudice is not so much the great intellectual sin as a thing which, we may call, to coin a word, `postjudice', not the bias before the fair trial, but the bias that remains after. (1905)"
  5203.   (1905.8) H. De Vries Species &. Varieties 201 "Of two hundred seeds one became a blue atavist, or rather vicinist, while all others remained true to the white type. (1905)"
  5204.   (1905.9) J. C. Wilson Traversing Geometr. Figures i. §.1. 5 "To traverse in a figure, or in a part of it, is to trace a path along its lines, no line being traced twice over, ending at a point at which no path in the figure, or the given part of it, remains untraced. (1905)"
  5205.   (1905.10) W. H. Howell Text-bk. Physiol. ii. 60 "The discoverer of nucleon has attributed to it a very great physiological importance, as a source of energy to the muscle, and as an efficient means of transportation of iron, calcium, [etc.]... It must be stated, however, that there still remains some doubt as to the chemical individuality of the nucleon or the nucleons. (1905)"
  5206.   (1905.11) Act 5 Edw. VII c. 13 §.3 "The Secretary of State may..make an order (in this Act referred to as an expulsion order) requiring an alien to leave the United Kingdom within a time fixed by the order, and thereafter to remain out of the United Kingdom. (1905)"
  5207.   (1905.12) Daily News 5 Jan. 4/3 "The brown owl's pellet very rarely contains the remains of shrews. (1905)"
  5208.   (1905.13) Edin. Rev. July 197 "Evident from the very plentifulness of these remains. (1905)"
  5209.   (1905.14) Jrnl. Physiol. XXXII. 329 "A portion of the globulin solution was dialysed... The euglobulin which fell out was removed... The fluid remaining after dialysis contained the *pseudo&dubh.globulin. (1905)"
  5210.   (1906.1) B. Webb in S. Hynes Edwardian Turn of Mind (1968) iv. 114 "Friendship between particular men and women..is practically impossible..without physical intimacy... There remains the question whether, with all the perturbation caused by such intimacies, you would have any brain left to think with? " (1906)"
  5211.   (1906.2) Chamberlin &. Salisbury Geol. II. 484 "While perhaps they should remain under the broad mantle of the term Chordata, they must apparently be removed from the true vertebrates to a new class. (1906)"
  5212.   (1906.3) C. P. Gilman Women &. Economics (ed. 5) iii. 49 "So utterly has the status of woman been accepted as a sexual one that it has remained for the woman's movement of the nineteenth century to devote much contention to the claim that women are persons! " (1906)"
  5213.   (1906.4) Galsworthy Man of Property i. iii. 44 "Between the points of his stand-up collar,..the pale flesh of his *underchin remained immovable. (1906)"
  5214.   (1906.5) H. Green At Actors' Boarding House 61 "Sammy explained that..the remainder had dwindled rapidly, what with treating the gang and being a right guy generally. (1906)"
  5215.   (1906.6) J. R. A. Davis tr. Knuth's Handbk. Flower Pollination I. 55 "The otherwise normally opening chasmogamous flowers remain closed. (1906)"
  5216.   (1906.7) L. Claremont Gem-Cutter's Craft 100 "The heavy material among which are the diamonds..is..passed through a machine called the `greaser', which consists of a shaking table made of five shallow steps..coated with a thick layer of grease, and the diamonds adhere to the grease while the remainder of the gravel is washed away. (1906)"
  5217.   (1906.8) T. Sinton Poetry of Badenoch 21 "Presenting him with the milk-cog, she assured him that so long as a stave of it remained [etc.]. (1906)"
  5218.   (1906.9) W. De Morgan Joseph Vance xix. 191 "The black Shadow that oppressed me was bidden to..scatter itself over the remainder of my *earth-life. (1906)"
  5219.   (1906.10) W. Johannsen in Rep. Third Internat. Conference Genetics 98 "It remains quite uncertain whether the numbers..contain a multitude, or a few, or only one single `sort' of organism-`biotypes' as I have called them. (1906)"
  5220.   (1906.11) Athen&ae.aeig;um 20 Jan. 70/3 "The Wire-workers, who were closely associated, if not indeed identical, with the Plate-workers, appear to have remained..a branch of the Girdlers' Company at least as late as..1685. (1906)"
  5221.   (1906.12) Athen&ae.aeig;um 10 Mar. 304/2 "Mr. W. P. Pycraft read a paper on the `Tracheophone Passeres', which he described as a group differing from all the remaining Passeres in the formation of the syrinx. (1906)"
  5222.   (1906.13) Bio-chem. Jrnl. I. 494 "In all my experiments with charcoal some trypsin has remained merely adsorbed, and therefore transferable to added casein and active. (1906)"
  5223.   (1906.14) Brit. Med. Jrnl. 6 Jan. 12/1 "In lepra anaesthetica the eyes may remain unaffected if the nerves supplying the adnexa of the eye remain free. (1906)"
  5224.   (1906.15) Bio-Chem. Jrnl. II. 22 "Case XV, also not *lipaemic, was allowed a fat-rich diet, but five days later the lipaemic condition was absent, and has remained so. (1906)"
  5225.   (1906.16) Cambr. Nat. Hist. I. 96 (Sporozoa) "Some of the cytoplasm of the original cells remains over unused, as `epiplasm', and ultimately degenerates. (1906)"
  5226.   (1906.17) Daily Tel. 23 Aug. 9/7 "He limped out to bat, after remaining in obscurity as a crocked player for half a day. (1906)"
  5227.   (1906.18) Philippine Jrnl. Sci. I. 583 "The length of time during which the virus may remain viable in the soil and in stables is not determined. (1906)"
  5228.   (1906.19) Practitioner Dec. 772 "The patient, if the monopolar bath had to be administered, grasped a metal bar, suspended from the ceiling, and in connection with the battery swung over the bath, the other electrode remaining in the water. (1906)"
  5229.   (1906.20) Times 17 Nov. 9/3 "How many books do we see every year produced by publishers who..`remainder' them at a few pence a copy? " (1906)"
  5230.   (1906.21) Westm. Gaz. 18 Apr. 2/1 "Others of us who have felt..an inexplicable horror of remaining within four walls..now know that we are sufferers from Claustrophobia. (1906)"
  5231.   (1906.22) Westm. Gaz. 23 May 4/1 "The gay tweeds..remain unordered. (1906)"
  5232.   (1907.1) F. W. Chandler Lit. Roguery I. ii. 68 "A work of the Eulenspiegel type..its anti-heroes remain less roguish than Till. (1907)"
  5233.   (1907.2) G. Bacon Record of Aeronaut xiv. 255 "Aeronautical experts..advised..that, as the balloon might have to remain inflated for a long while before starting, one of large size should be employed, and a `solid' or `ripping' valve substituted for the usual `Butterfly' variety. (1907)"
  5234.   (1907.3) G. S. Gordon Let. 9 Sept. (1943) 23, "I have called you sweet girl. But I will not..retract; and so sweet girl you must remain william nilliam. (1907)"
  5235.   (1907.4) H. M. Chadwick Origin Eng. Nation iv. 74 "It is held that the remains..date from *pre-Saxon times. (1907)"
  5236.   (1907.5) J. R. Angell in Psychol. Rev. XIV. 62 "The most lucid exposition of the structuralist position still remains, so far as I know, Titchener's paper, `The Postulates of a Structural Psychology'. (1907)"
  5237.   (1907.6) W. James Pragmatism v. 169 "The most primitive ways of thinking..may remain as indelible tokens of events in our race-history. (1907)"
  5238.   (1907.7) W. James Pragmatism v. 182 "At this stage of philosophy all non-European men without exception have remained. (1907)"
  5239.   (1907.8) Chem. Abstr. I. 2206 " The solid constituents remain as separate as in mixtures such as sand, clay, and lime, the *electrosmotic components separating readily while the non-electrosmotic components remain in the liquid. (1907)"
  5240.   (1907.9) Athen&ae.aeig;um 31 Aug. 242/1 "The theory of mutation..assumes that a species has its birth, its lifetime, and its death, even as an individual, and that throughout its life it remains one and the same. By a mutation it does not change itself, but simply produces a new type. The mutation `is allied to its ancestor as a branch is to a tree'. (1907)"
  5241.   (1907.10) Athen&ae.aeig;um 22 June 764/2 "For seventeen years the pup&ae.aeig; of this species [of locust] remain underneath the ground... This long subterranean vigil is not necessarily one of usual pupal inaction. (1907)"
  5242.   (1907.11) Amer. Jrnl. Sci. CLXXIV. 470 "At the present time there are remaining only few traces of these old bolson surfaces. Most of these remnants have been preserved only on account of being covered by extensive lava sheets. (1907)"
  5243.   (1907.12) Boston Med. &. Surg. Jrnl. CLVII. 493/1 "In the Kellgren method, the fingers of the gymnast remain in contact with the skin, and thus they are enabled to really manipulate the parts beneath. (1907)"
  5244.   (1907.13) Chem. Abstr. I. 2651 "Any substances that do not wander *electro-osmotically remain in the liquid. (1907)"
  5245.   (1907.14) Daily Mail 19 Feb. 7/7 "M. Santos Dumont..felt that for some years to come aeroplaning would remain a sport. (1907)"
  5246.   (1907.15) Daily Chron. 9 Dec. 3/3 "Schumann is a minor poet among musicians. We remember his lesser things..and remain cold to his large-scale pieces. (1907)"
  5247.   (1907.16) Interim Rep. War Office Comm. Provision of Officers 10 "Given a short term of liability, and short periods of recall to the Colours for `refresher' training, many officers..would remain therein. (1907)"
  5248.   (1907.17) Times 25 Mar. 12/1 "There is no doubt now that the boycott is not meant to stop remaindering at low prices. (1907)"
  5249.   (1908.1) Chesterton All Things Considered 47 "His vanity..remains a mere mistake of fact, like that of a man who..thinks he has an infallible system for Monte Carlo. (1908)"
  5250.   (1908.2) C. Shorter Brontë.s Life &. Lett. I. x. 215 "The Gondaland Chronicles, to which reference is made, must remain a mystery for us. (1908)"
  5251.   (1908.3) F. Spence Chr. Reunion ix. 170 "The tribes must remain Zion-less without the Ecclesia. (1908)"
  5252.   (1908.4) R. Bagot A. Cuthbert vii. 77 "If the lady remained at Syracuse for a day or two, so much the better. (1908)"
  5253.   (1908.5) R. Bagot A. Cuthbert xxvi. 339 "Anthony suggested to her that she and his sister should slip away unobserved. He himself would remain half-an-hour longer, and would then follow their example. (1908)"
  5254.   (1908.6) R. Bagot A. Cuthbert v. 43, "I was not thinking of myself, but of you. Do you suppose that I want you to remain unmarried in order to secure my own position?" (1908)"
  5255.   (1908.7) S. E. White Riverman xvii, "The remainder of the time he spent walking the streets and reading in the club rooms. (1908)"
  5256.   (1908.8) V. Karapetoff Exper. Electr. Engin. xxi. 494 "It only remains..to bring the machine into phase with the voltage at the bus-bars. This is done either by means of properly connected incandescent lamps..or special instruments, so-called synchroscopes. (1908)"
  5257.   (1908.9) Animal Managem. 241 "The `*chisel' head or sharp portion [of the frost nail] to remain above the [horse-]shoe. (1908)"
  5258.   (1908.10) Church Times 7 Feb. 173/1 "He gathered into a leather pouch the remains of his cigarettes, and left the room. `What does he do with all those fags?' asked Conway. (1908)"
  5259.   (1908.11) Daily Chron. 10 Jan. 3/5 "The constabulary were withdrawn, and the processes remained unserved. (1908)"
  5260.   (1908.12) Jrnl. Inst. Electr. Engineers XLI. 120 "In America the local term remains the same, the junction is called `trunk', and our trunk is called a `toll' or `long-distance' line. (1908)"
  5261.   (1908.13) Lancet 21 Mar. 899/1 "If pyocyanase came in contact with leucocytes, their plasma was dissolved so that the granules and the nuclei only remained and these were..immobilised. (1908)"
  5262.   (1908.14) Nature 679/1 "The difference between the ohm and the international ohm remains a matter for experiment. (1908)"
  5263.   (1908.15) S. Atlantic Q., Oct. 339 "To some Gullah remains a closed book. (1908)"
  5264.   (1908.16) Westm. Gaz. 30 Dec. 8/2 "In spite of the employment of many thousands..on..clearing away the muddy remains of the recent snowstorm, the principal roadways..presented an extraordinary spectacle of mud-heaps, mud-rivers, and mud-banks. (1908)"
  5265.   (1908.17) Westm. Gaz. 26 Sept. 8/2 "Scotland trout-fishing remains open..and some nice baskets are being made. (1908)"
  5266.   (1908.18) [Miss Fowler] Betw. Trent &. Ancholme 379 "Some remaining Pear and `Sweeting' trees. (1908)"
  5267.   (1909.1) A. G. McCall Physical Properties of Soils 88 "Stir up the soil remaining in the centrifugal tube and allow to stand for about one minute, or until all particles larger than silt (0&rdot.05 [mm.]) have settled. (1909)"
  5268.   (1909.2) Groom &. Balfour tr. Warming's Oecol. Plants ix. lxvii. 257 "In depressions lying within the subglacial tract where snow remains for a long time, one finds characteristic, greasy mud, which sustains a vegetation of its own-Ö.ttli's snow-patch flora. (1909)"
  5269.   (1909.3) J. G. Coffin Vector Analysis 103 "It remains to show that the operator &udtr. applied to V gives the grad. (1909)"
  5270.   (1909.4) J. Swire Anglo-French Horsemanship 25 "The secret of remaining on a horse when he `plays up' is to drop the hands, press the heels down, [etc.]. (1909)"
  5271.   (1909.5) Cent. Dict. Suppl., "Bet, in faro, a card which is a case, that is, the only one of that denomination remaining in the box: so called because the player cannot be split. (1909)"
  5272.   (1909.6) Cent. Dict. Suppl., "*After-sound, a subjective sensation of sound which remains after the sound itself has ceased. (1909)"
  5273.   (1909.7) Daily Chron. 31 Aug. 1/2 "`Raffles' remains a more endeared and far more possible character than the burglaring `Duke'. (1909)"
  5274.   (1909.8) Daily Chron. 3 Sept. 1/1 "The weather improved, but there still remained a light *life-sapping wind which drove despair to its lowest recess. (1909)"
  5275.   (1909.9) Jrnl. Amer. Chem. Soc. XXXI. 351 (heading, ) "The ordinary transference number (TH) for concentrated solutions, as obtained by the Hittorf method, is erroneous in cases where the ions are hydrated, since it is calculated on the assumption that the water remains stationary during the passage of the current. (1909)"
  5276.   (1909.10) N.Y. Times 17 July 3/5 "Mary Mallon, known to fame as `Typhoid Mary',..must remain at Riverside Hospital. (1909)"
  5277.   (1909.11) Sat. Even. Post 15 May 11/2 "The remainder is about equally divided among popcorn, ice cream cones, and candy. (1909)"
  5278.   (1910.1) A. A. Brill tr. Freud's Three Contrib. to Sexual Theory ii. 39 "Sexual activity remains throughout the whole duration of the latency period until the reinforced breaking through of the sexual impulse in puberty. (1910)"
  5279.   (1910.2) F. W. Hodge Handbk. Amer. Indians II. 226/2 "The Penobscot took an active part in all the wars on the New England frontier up to 1749, when they made a treaty of peace, and have remained quiet ever since. (1910)"
  5280.   (1910.3) H. R. Mill Dict. Geogr. Terms in L. D. Stamp Gloss. Geogr. Terms (1961) 426 "Somma, originally, the rampart remaining from the old crater of Vesuvius and forming an arc around one side of the new one. The name is sometimes extended to similar formations in other volcanoes. (1910)"
  5281.   (1910.4) L. Hooper Hand-Loom Weaving i. ii. 37 "It only remains to take the group of eight threads below and over peg A in order to finish the first portee, as such a collection of threads warped in one round is called. (1910)"
  5282.   (1910.5) S. E. White Rules of Game xii. 66 "The remains of the forest, overgrown with scrub oak and popple thickets, pushed down to the right-of-way. (1910)"
  5283.   (1910.6) Whitehead &. Russell Principia Math. I. iii. 69 "Incomplete..symbols have what may be called a `definition in use'... We define the use of &udtr.2, but &udtr.2 by itself remains without meaning. (1910)"
  5284.   (1910.7) Athen&ae.aeig;um 29 Jan. 117/3 "No relevant archives have remained unrummaged. (1910)"
  5285.   (1910.8) Dublin Rev. Oct. 344 "Human nature..is likely to remain still exactly the same. Those who believe it to be travelling towards moral supermanhood have obviously not studied it. (1910)"
  5286.   (1910.9) Encycl. Brit. XI. 644/2 "Wernerianism..rapidly declined in influence, while Plutonism came steadily to the front, where it has ever since remained. (1910)"
  5287.   (1910.10) Encycl. Brit. XIII. 503/1 "Whilst the Arya was thus a dvi-ja, or twice-born, the Sudra remained unregenerate during his lifetime. (1910)"
  5288.   (1910.11) Encycl. Brit. XI. 904/2 "The remainder [of the wine produced in the department of Gers] is chiefly manufactured into brandy, known by the name of Armagnac, second only to Cognac in reputation. (1910)"
  5289.   (1910.12) Encycl. Brit. (ed. 11) II. 538/2 "We..perform the subtractions independently, and then regroup the results as the remainder. (1910)"
  5290.   (1910.13) Encycl. Brit. VII. 714/2 "The remaining radiations at the two poles of the spindle are the `astral rays'. (1910)"
  5291.   (1910.14) Jrnl. R. Soc. Arts LVIII. 260/2 "There remained a mere film..like silver foil... That is, I believe, a fair example of the so-called `solid silver' sold in our swell shops, with the aid of much electric light and many bowing salesmen. (1910)"
  5292.   (1910.15) Library I. 46 "The plays in question were printed in the years with which they are dated and unsold copies..remaindered in 1619. (1910)"
  5293.   (1910.16) Library 49 "A nineteen-year-old edition was then being remaindered. (1910)"
  5294.   (1910.17) Univ. Calif. Publ. Amer. Archeol. &. Ethnol. IX. 3 "These boundaries are somewhat uncertain, it remaining doubtful whether the Yanas reached the Sacramento. (1910)"
  5295.   (1910.18) Mark Twain Speeches 430 "When the others drink I like to help; otherwise I remain dry. This dryness does not hurt me. (1910)"
  5296.   (1911.1) A. E. Sprague Treat. Insurance Companies' Accounts iii. 26 "The cash value of bonuses surrendered when the policy itself remains in force. (1911)"
  5297.   (1911.2) A. O. Curle in Proc. Soc. Antiquaries Scotl. 11 Dec. 89 "To the galleried structure the name `wag' in former times was evidently applied and still remains in use, though now transferred from the structure to the place or site, e.g. `Wag-more rig', `Wag-burn' and `the Wag'. (1911)"
  5298.   (1911.3) C. N. Bennett et al. Handbk. Kinematogr. i. iv. 28 "In the form of lens attached to kinematograph cameras, alteration of diaphragm is effected by the movement of a ring or pin on the lens mount which causes the `iris' inside to open and close like the iris of a cat's eye, except that the hole in the middle always remains circular in shape. (1911)"
  5299.   (1911.4) D. S. Hulfish Cycl. Motion-Pict. Work II. 137 "The remaining proportion of light may be supplied by lighting a partial battery of lamps. (1911)"
  5300.   (1911.5) F. S. Koue Plastic &. Cosmetic Surg. xi. 180 "The remaining raw surface is either allowed to heal by granulation or is covered immediately with Thiersch grafts. (1911)"
  5301.   (1911.6) G. Stratton-Porter Harvester xvi. 356 "There are fairies! Really truly ones! They have found the remainder of the willow dishes. (1911)"
  5302.   (1911.7) J. Ward Roman Era Brit. vii. 116 "Along the street&dubh.side were the remains of a narrow building. (1911)"
  5303.   (1911.8) V. E. Shelford in Biol. Bull. 147 "It is of course recognized that within rather uncertain limits the mores of a morphological species remain, in a general way, the same throughout its geographic range. (1911)"
  5304.   (1911.9) W. W. Fowler Relig. Exper. Rom. People xii. 287 "The old State religion remained, but in stunted form, and with paralysed vitality. (1911)"
  5305.   (1911.10) W. W. Fowler Relig. Exp. Rom. People ix. 218 "Meaningless as they were, the stately processions remained. (1911)"
  5306.   (1911.11) W. C. Mackenzie in N. Munro Home Life of Highlanders 38 "In some of the outlying districts..there are phases of life that have apparently remained unaltered since the Middle Ages. They are typified by the `black houses', many of which are still to be found in the Long Island. (1911)"
  5307.   (1911.12) Daily News 2 Oct. 3/1 "The holdings are ruthlessly rearranged among the tenants who remain-a process called `striping'. (1911)"
  5308.   (1911.13) Encycl. Brit. XXIII. 393/1 "The remainder of the *road space is formed as an earthen track. (1911)"
  5309.   (1911.14) Encycl. Brit. VIII. 830/2 "In language 27,272,895 of the inhabitants [of Eastern Bengal and Assam] speak Bengali, 1,349,784 speak Assamese, and the remainder Hindi and various hill dialects, Manipuri, Bodo, Khasi and Garo. (1911)"
  5310.   (1911.15) Encycl. Brit. XX. 468/1 "A `Proto-Renaissance', the characteristic of which was a fresh interest in surviving remains of classical antiquity. (1911)"
  5311.   (1911.16) Encycl. Brit. XV. 488/2 "A stiff joint may remain as the result of long continued inflammation. (1911)"
  5312.   (1911.17) Encycl. Brit. XVI. 379/2 "The question remains, how far, if at all, English law recognizes the legitimacy of a person born out of wedlock. (1911)"
  5313.   (1911.18) Geol. Mag. VIII. 64 "In the black shales we succeeded in finding organic remains, including..a bivalve phyllocarid crustacean. (1911)"
  5314.   (1911.19) Ophthalmoscope IX. 437 "The external plexiform layer remains very narrow. (1911)"
  5315.   (1911.20) Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. L. 62 "Adjacent rocks, containing plant remains, may have contributed to this coalification by means of circulating waters. (1911)"
  5316.   (1911.21) Times 9 Aug. 6/1 "The strong, able-bodied ones go off to the Colonies and only the weedlings remain. (1911)"
  5317.   (1911.22) I. Hay Safety Match iii. 48 "For a moment he was silent-free-wheeling, so to speak, over the pulverised remains of Mr. Winch. (1911)"
  5318.   (1912.1) A. J. B. Wavell Mod. Pilgrim in Mecca viii. 152 "The `Ihram'..remains till the day of the festival, when the `Kiswah', that is the covering itself, is changed. (1912)"
  5319.   (1912.2) Chesterton Manalive 234 "Dr. Cyrus Pym had remained for an unprecedented time with his eyes closed and his thumb and finger in the air. It almost seemed as if he had been `struck so', as the nurses say. (1912)"
  5320.   (1912.3) H. N. Dickson Climate &. Weather iii. 77 "At heights greater than about nine miles the temperature..remains nearly constant at about &min.70°.F at all levels... In this `isothermal layer'..there would seem to be..little movement. (1912)"
  5321.   (1912.4) J. Joyce Let. 23 Aug. (1966) II. 311 "Tomorrow I must pawn my watch and chain in order to remain on a little longer. (1912)"
  5322.   (1912.5) S. C. Roy Mundas &. their Country i. 16 "The site of the original home of the Mundas will perhaps ever remain hidden from view in the mist of ages. (1912)"
  5323.   (1912.6) W. H. Lang tr. Strasburger's Text-bk. Bot. (ed. 4) 89 "A barrel-shaped figure, the phragmoplast, is formed, which either separates entirely from the developing daughter nuclei, or remains in connection with them by means of a peripheral sheath. (1912)"
  5324.   (1912.7) W. H. Hatfield Cast Iron xiii. 195 "Sample J..was a..sample of English R&eacu.aumur malleable cast iron. It consisted mainly of well-laminated pearlite, in which was immersed the remaining annealing carbon, with a skin of well-developed ferrite. (1912)"
  5325.   (1912.8) Amer. Jrnl. Psychol. XXIII. 134 "The sex impulses find no outlet before puberty. Until that time they remain under the control of the subconscious (pleasure principle). (1912)"
  5326.   (1912.9) Cape Times 12 Oct. 9/8 "In the gorge beneath the fall an indigenous thicket, yellow-wood, Hottentot cherry, silk-bark, has been allowed to remain. (1912)"
  5327.   (1912.10) Chambers's Jrnl. Dec. 773/2 "It is pitiful to see the rows of discarded books in circulating libraries and remainder-shops. (1912)"
  5328.   (1912.11) Jrnl. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia XV. 525 "The most general results of increased temperature are:... (4) Formation of numerous *karyomeres from these scattered chromosomes; indeed by slight increase of temperature almost every chromosome may be caused to remain distinct from every other one, and to give rise to a separate chromosomal vesicle. (1912)"
  5329.   (1912.12) Min. Proc. Inst. Civil Engin. CLXXXVIII. i. 10 "There only remained the investigation of the effects of the high speed on the *fatigue strength of the specimens. (1912)"
  5330.   (1912.13) Trans. Amer. Surg. Assoc. XIII. 159 "Carcinoma of the rectum and rectosigmoid remains a local condition until a late stage. (1912)"
  5331.   (1913.1) E. Hatschek Physics &. Chem. of Colloids v. 41 "If a solution of sodium silicate..is decomposed by a slight excess of hydrochloric acid, and the mixture is dialysed until the free acid and the sodium chloride have been removed, there remains in the dialyser a perfectly clear colourless sol of silicic acid. (1913)"
  5332.   (1913.2) E. H. Minns Scythians &. Greeks vii. 134 "The first finds were made about the village of Tripolje on the Dnê.pr forty miles below Kiev, whence this is called the Tripolje culture. The remains consist of so-called `areas' (ploshch&aacu.dka). (1913)"
  5333.   (1913.3) R. McNab Old Whaling Days i. 6 "During the following month-November-the remaining bay whalers returned to Sydney. (1913)"
  5334.   (1913.4) V. B. Lewes Oil Fuel 71 "The oil remaining in the retort, called `Ostatki' in the Russian distilleries and `Residuum' in America, is used for fuel. (1913)"
  5335.   (1913.5) Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer. XXIV. 206 "In an early stage of the new cycle the fault&dubh.line scarp will be highest near the incised valleys of transverse streams, and it may remain for a time undeveloped on the interfluves. (1913)"
  5336.   (1913.6) Encycl. Relig. &. Ethics VI. 44/1 "The central rite of the great Pongol festival of S. India consists in cooking new rice, some of which is offered to Ganes&acu.a, the remainder being eaten by the family. (1913)"
  5337.   (1913.7) Jrnl. Chartered Insurance Inst. XVI. 146 "He can discontinue premiums as before, and remain assured for the full amount for a limited period. This, you will perceive, is a Paid-up Term policy, and is known as Extended Assurance. (1913)"
  5338.   (1913.8) Petroleum World June 272/1 "The remaining three columns respectively give their colour, density at 20°. C. and viscosity at 20°. in Redwood units. (1913)"
  5339.   (1913.9) Rep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci. 205 "The district is rich in prehistoric remains, including some hut circles. (1913)"
  5340.   (1914.1) H. Ries Econ. Geol. (ed. 4) i. 13 "A distinction is, however, sometimes made between (1) limnetic coals..; and (2) paralic coals, or those derived from plant remains which collected in marshes near the sea border. (1914)"
  5341.   (1914.2) J. Collings Colon. Rur. Brit. I. vi. 113 "The remainder of the children whose after-school career was traced went into industrial or commercial occupations. (1914)"
  5342.   (1914.3) Ld. Tollemache Croquet xviii. 110 "The attempt is sometimes made in the second break to `Peel' your first ball through its remaining Hoops during the course of your second break. (1914)"
  5343.   (1914.4) Pollard &. Heggem Mud-laden Fluid Applied to Well Drilling (U.S. Bur. of Mines Techn. Paper No. 66) 7 "In this paper the term `*mud-laden fluid' is applied to a mixture of water with any clay which will remain suspended in water for a considerable time. (1914)"
  5344.   (1914.5) Brit. Mus. Guide Processes of Engraving 52 "A maculature is another form of weak impression. A copper plate needs to be inked between each impression. Sometimes a second impression is taken from the plate before re-inking, as a means of extracting the remainder of the ink from the lines. This is called a maculature. (1914)"
  5345.   (1914.6) Chem. Abstr. VIII. 2247 "Flushing out the vapors remaining in the still with steam so that they will not mix with the vapors from the next run. (1914)"
  5346.   (1914.7) Q. Jrnl. Geol. Soc. LXX. p. xcviii, "A bed was found, which yielded the incised drawings..as well as numerous mammalian remains and flint-implements; and this is regarded as of Aurignacian age. Immediately below the last-mentioned bed a deposit of sand..was penetrated..and this deposit, also referred to the Aurignacian, was found to contain an enormous number of bones. (1914)"
  5347.   (1914.8) Railway Mag. Nov. 401/1 "It was..agreed that all existing contracts and conditions of service shall remain in operation,..(signed) for General Managers' Committee:-..for *N.U.R.:-..for A.S.L.E.&.F.:-. (1914)"
  5348.   (1914.9) Zeitschr. f. induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre XII. 127 "A highly heterotic plant..because of its unusual vigor may develop branches from buds which in a weaker plant would remain dormant. (1914)"
  5349.   (1914.10) I. Hay Knight on Wheels (ed. 2) xiv. 143 "Mr. Mablethorpe remained as incorrigibly Peter Pannish as ever. Although his hair was whitening..he declined to grow up. (1914)"
  5350.   (1915.1) C. G. Grey Tales Flying Services 35 "One of them [sc. seaplanes]..had just alighted astern, and was `taxying' along to pick up her own boom when somehow the last remaining bomb `came unput'-as one who was present said-and fell into the water. (1915)"
  5351.   (1915.2) D. H. Lawrence Rainbow vii. 187 "Containing birth and death, potential with all the noise and transitation of life, the cathedral remained hushed. (1915)"
  5352.   (1915.3) F. Hopwood Let. 20 May in M. Gilbert Winston S. Churchill (1972) III. Compan. ii. 920 "It is plain that a First Sea Lord remains in office until the new Patent appointing his successor is passed the Seal &. he is `read in' at the Board. (1915)"
  5353.   (1915.4) W. M. Bayliss Princ. Gen. Physiol., x. 304 "Supersaturated solutions are cases of `trigger action'. They remain indefinitely as such until infected with a crystal, and then the rate of crystallisation is independent of the amount of crystals added. (1915)"
  5354.   (1915.5) Aeroplane 10 Mar. 222 "The battery signaller sent a message: `Battery out of action for an hour, remain aloft awaiting orders.' Back came the reply with remarkable promptitude: `Submitted; that this machine is not fitted with sky-hooks.' " (1915)"
  5355.   (1915.6) Chemists' Windows 27 "Crê.pe paper or plain stiff materials have enough `body' to remain in pleat. (1915)"
  5356.   (1915.7) Encycl. Relig. &. Ethics VIII. 68/1 "The Redemptorists have remained sturdily faithful to their primary work of giving missions and retreats. (1915)"
  5357.   (1915.8) Jrnl. Exper. Med. XXII. 213 "When the *blood urea remains constant the rate times the square root of the concentration in the urine remains constant. (1915)"
  5358.   (1915.9) Lancet 17 Apr. 812/2 "The term *trench-foot appears to us to be the most suitable for a condition which has practically only been met with in those who have had to remain for long periods in the trenches. (1915)"
  5359.   (1916.1) C. C. Garrard Electr. Switch &. Controlling Gear ii. 54 "The remaining considerations which determine the rupturing capacity of an oil circuit breaker apart from size, robustness, quickness of break and, of course, the quality of the oil used, are length and number of breaks under oil, or speaking generally the capability of the switch to bring a large quantity of oil into intimate contact with the arc so as to smother the same as effectively as possible. (1916)"
  5360.   (1916.2) C. J. Dennis Songs Sentimental Bloke 118 "To lose or do in the block, to become flustered; excited; angry; to lose confidence. To keep the block, to remain calm, dispassionate. (1916)"
  5361.   (1916.3) G. N. Lewis in Jrnl. Amer. Chem. Soc. XXXVIII. 768 "In every atom is an essential kernel which remains unaltered in all ordinary chemical changes. (1916)"
  5362.   (1916.4) G. A. Miller et al. Theory &. Applic. Finite Groups xv. 308 "For any prime p, it is shown in the theory of numbers that there exists a primitive root g of p such that 1, g, g2, .., gp&min.2, when divided by p, give in some order the remainders 1, 2, 3, .., p &min. 1. (1916)"
  5363.   (1916.5) H. F. Cleland Geol. vi. 242 "Radiolarian ooze and red clay shade into each other in certain places, the deposit being called radiolarian ooze when these organic remains constitute 25 per cent. of the mass. (1916)"
  5364.   (1916.6) H. Etheridge Bar-Lock Typewriter Manual, 45 "On releasing the Tab. key the carriage remains at the number on the scale where the first stop has been fixed. (1916)"
  5365.   (1916.7) M. A. S. Riach Air-Screws ix. 113 "The value of (V) is zero, and the machine remains stationary. This is the condition already established for `hovering' flight. (1916)"
  5366.   (1916.8) N. W. Thomas Anthropol. Rep. on Sierra Leone i. i. 7 "The remaining languages are Soudanese, and fall into two main groups, prefix and non-prefix tongues. To the former..belong (a) Timne, (b) Limba, [etc.]. (1916)"
  5367.   (1916.9) T. C. Cantrill et al. Geol. S. Wales Coalfield xii. xii. 116 "It is probable that the circular or elliptical pockets of coal known as `slatches' or `slashes' are the remains of short closed synclinal masses of coal abnormally swollen out by the squeezing-down of the two sides of the syncline. (1916)"
  5368.   (1916.10) W. J. Malden Brit. Sheep &. Shepherding vi. 58 "Among the remaining breeds of the northern hills may be mentioned the Swaledale, a very hardy breed. (1916)"
  5369.   (1916.11) Anzac Book 138 "And it came to pass that while they yet warmed their hands there was heard a mighty crash, and of the `Gyppies' that remained were picked up seven stretchers full. (1916)"
  5370.   (1916.12) Anzac Bk. 138 "And it came to pass that while they yet warmed their hands there was heard a mighty crash, and of the `Gyppies' that remained were picked up seven stretchers full. (1916)"
  5371.   (1916.13) Blackw. Mag. Jan. 59/1 "Troops would not always remain in the open to be whiffed out of existence by shrapnel. (1916)"
  5372.   (1916.14) Jrnl. Amer. Chem. Soc. XXXVIII. 778 "It has been generally assumed that what is known as a bivalent element must be tied by two bonds to another element or elements, or remain with an `unsaturated valence'. (1916)"
  5373.   (1917.1) D. Hecht in C. E. Long tr. Jung's Analytical Psychology (ed. 2) xiv. 424 "By these means she remains at an infantile homosexual stage, which serves her as a defence. (1917)"
  5374.   (1917.2) M. Webb Gone to Earth xiii. 118 "People remained in a sessile state over tea for a long time. (1917)"
  5375.   (1917.3) Encycl. Sinica 545/1 "Confucius believed in the power of human nature to remain upright if properly taught; Lao Tzû. believed it would keep straight if left to itself. This is his famous doctrine of Wu-wei, (Inaction or Nonassertion). (1917)"
  5376.   (1917.4) N.Y. Times 25 Feb. 4/1 "Two thousand persons participated in the coronation, which required two full days to `take', despite the fact that it remains on the screen only three minutes. (1917)"
  5377.   (1917.5) Phil. Mag. XXXIV. 205 "When the regression of the first variable on the remaining n&min.1 variables is linear, the multiple correlation coefficient measures the dependence of the first variable on the others. (1917)"
  5378.   (1917.6) Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. III. 621 "The viability of the three sex-linked dominants was..already known; the remaining six dominants were tested. In all, it was found that three of the nine are not lethal, one..is semi-lethal, and five..are completely lethal when homozygous. (1917)"
  5379.   (1917.7) Times 30 May 7/4 "What will be the attitude of those portions of Greece..if they remain wheatless. (1917)"
  5380.   (1918.1) E. Pound in Lett. J. Joyce (1966) II. 424, "I will fork up the remaining &pstlg.20 of the fifty promised. (1918)"
  5381.   (1918.2) E. S. Farrow Dict. Mil. Terms 414 "Occupation Army, an army that remains in possession of a newly conquered country, retaining it as a kind of hostage, until peace is signed and the war indemnity paid. (1918)"
  5382.   (1918.3) E. M. Roberts Flying Fighter 201 "After a heart-to-heart talk, I induced him to let me remain in the Flying Service. (1918)"
  5383.   (1918.4) E. S. Farrow Dict. Mil. Terms 235 "Flare, an unsteady, dazzling light used as an illumination and in signaling: in aë.ronautics, a guide for landing. Flare lights, lights used in combination with obstacles, either protected or screened, to prevent the enemy removing them. They are screened in rear so that the defenders may remain in shadow. Flare pistol, a large pistol, which looks like a sawed-off shot&dubh.gun, from which flares are fired. (1918)"
  5384.   (1918.5) J. H. Parsons Dis. Eye (ed. 3) xi. 198 "As the cicatrix becomes consolidated the bulging may disappear, or it may remain permanently as an ectatic cicatrix (keratectasia from ulcer). (1918)"
  5385.   (1918.6) W. Owen Poems (1920) 16 "What murk of air remained stank old, and sour With fumes of whizz-bangs. (1918)"
  5386.   (1918.7) W. Owen Poems (1920) 13 "And terror's first constriction over, Their hearts remain small drawn. (1918)"
  5387.   (1918.8) Policeman's Monthly Oct. 16/3 "In answer to this, it was learned that fifty-eight began by smoking opium..eight ate morphine, three ate `yen shee', the ashes of opium, and the remaining cases started by using cocaine and laudanum, or eating opium. (1918)"
  5388.   (1918.9) Policeman's Monthly June 30/1 "There still remain twilight zones in most centers of population. (1918)"
  5389.   (1919.1) E. W. Dean Motor Gasoline Properties (U.S. Bur. Mines Techn. Paper No. 214) 25 "If the liquid remains unchanged in color and if the sulphur film is bright yellow or only slightly discolored.., the test shall be reported negative and the gasoline considered `sweet'. (1919)"
  5390.   (1919.2) G. Whale Brit. Airships 160 "The remaining two engines are carried in a small streamline car situated amidships. (1919)"
  5391.   (1919.3) H. Dreyfus Brit. Pat. 160,225, "The solvent action on the cellulose acetate increases so that this is more and more dissolved and plastified until..only very little volatile diluent remains. (1919)"
  5392.   (1919.4) J. E. H. Thomson Mem. T. Dunlop ii. 19 "All that remained of the Rectory or Pedagogy, that in pre-Reformation days represented the later University. (1919)"
  5393.   (1919.5) J. Buchan Mr. Standfast iii. 63 "By the middle of 1915 most [enemy spies]..had been gathered in. But there remained loose ends, and..somebody was very busy combining these ends into a net. (1919)"
  5394.   (1919.6) Mencken Amer. Lang. iii. 93 "A great many of them [sc. Chinese words] have remained California localisms, among them such verbs as to yen (to desire strongly, as a Chinaman desires opium). (1919)"
  5395.   (1919.7) Mencken Amer. Lang. v. 151 "Several years ago -heimer had a great vogue in slang, and was rapidly done to death. But wiseheimer remains in colloquial use as a facetious synonym for smart-aleck, and after awhile it may gradually acquire dignity. (1919)"
  5396.   (1919.8) R. M. Barclay tr. Kraepelin's Dementia Praecox &. Paraphrenia 253 "Delusions and hallucinations of quite the same kind, as we see them in paranoid cases, occur also in most of the remaining forms of dementia pr&ae.aeig;cox. (1919)"
  5397.   (1919.9) R. H. Goddard Method of reaching Extreme Altitudes (Smithsonian Misc. Coll. LXXI. (No. 2) 1 "The problem was to determine the minimum initial mass of an ideal rocket necessary, in order that on continuous loss of mass, a final mass of one pound would remain, at any desired altitude. (1919)"
  5398.   (1919.10) T. S. Eliot Hippopotamus in Poems, "The True Church remains below Wrapt in the old miasmal mist. (1919)"
  5399.   (1919.11) W. J. Walker tr. Devillers's Automobile &. Aero Engines xxiv. 387 "The volume of the supercharged mixture remains sensibly constant during injection. (1919)"
  5400.   (1919.12) Eng. Hist. Rev. July 283 "St. Helena..the chief remaining watering-place on the direct route between the Comoros and home waters. (1919)"
  5401.   (1919.13) tr. Lenin's State &. Revol. i. 21 "Engels speaks here of the destruction of the capitalist State by the proletarian revolution, while the words about its withering away refer to the remains of a proletarian State after the Socialist revolution. (1919)"
  5402.   (1920.1) A. S. Eddington Space, Time &. Gravitation iii. 59 "It reminds us of the mathematicians' transfinite number Aleph; you can subtract any number you like from it and it still remains the same. (1920)"
  5403.   (1920.2) L. Doncaster Introd. Study Cytol. vii. 95 "In the spermatocyte, as the cell enlarges, the mitochondrial bodies increase in size... In the young spermatid they unite to form a fairly compact mass near the nucleus at the side of the cell at which the tail will grow out. [Note] This mitochondrial mass (`mitosome') constitutes the `Nebenkern' of some authors, but as the word has been used to designate the remains of the division-spindle.., the `idiozome'..and other cell-structures, it is now dropping out of use. (1920)"
  5404.   (1920.3) Biochem. Jrnl. XIV. 539 "The oxygenase remains on the ultrafilter. (1920)"
  5405.   (1920.4) Chambers's Jrnl. Apr. 220/1 "Only one small tin of corned beef remained in his *blanket-pack. (1920)"
  5406.   (1920.5) Flight XII. 1194/2 "Below 15°. the aerofoil remains at rest, but at high angles it auto-rotates, slowly at first, and then more quickly. (1920)"
  5407.   (1920.6) Glasgow Herald 1 May 6 "The clan is no more..; but the piobmohr [sic] remains.., and in its music there may be heard..the romance, and the tragedy, and the beauty of the story of the Scottish Highlands. (1920)"
  5408.   (1920.7) N.Y. Times 24 May 20 "The photoplay, however, remains simply a picturized reproduction of the stage play. (1920)"
  5409.   (1920.8) Nat. Food Jrnl. II. 595/1 "The Clauses..prohibiting the addition to milk of colouring matter or water, the reconstitution of milk [etc.]..will remain in force. (1920)"
  5410.   (1921.1) A. Holmes Petrogr. Meth. 126 "When a transparent mineral fragment is rotated between crossed nicols various phenomena may be observed... If the object remains dark, and is therefore isotropic, the total extinction indicates an amorphous or cubic (isometric) mineral in an unstrained condition, or a basal section of a uniaxial mineral (tetragonal, hexagonal, or trigonal). (1921)"
  5411.   (1921.2) A. Christie Mysterious Affair at Styles viii. 170 "She had kindly offered to remain on night duty. (1921)"
  5412.   (1921.3) B. Jarrett English Dominicans ix. 180 "The boy finished what remained of his noviciate..and thenceafter was no longer interfered with. (1921)"
  5413.   (1921.4) C. D. Daly Amer. Football iv. 67 "The remainder of the backfield all move over to cover more securely the ground vacated by the opposite end when he goes through. (1921)"
  5414.   (1921.5) G. Sampson English for the English ii. 32 "Let Quicunque vult and threatened excommunications of all kinds remain in the realm of theology and outside the realm of education. (1921)"
  5415.   (1921.6) H. Guthrie-Smith Tutira xxxviii. 383 "`Placer' is a term used to denote a gold digger who remains year after year on the one spot, on the one place. (1921)"
  5416.   (1921.7) R. A. S. Macalister Text-bk. European Archaeol. I. x. 556 "Most Danish archaeologists..call these remains affaldsdynger (refuse-heaps) or skaldynger (shell-heaps). (1921)"
  5417.   (1921.8) W. Radcliffe Fishing from Earliest Times xxv. 326 "A picture of a bronze mummy-case containing remains of a small Lates. (1921)"
  5418.   (1921.9) Ann. Bot. XXXV. 185 "The remainder of the tetraploids, the whole of the pentaploids and hexaploids, showed a partial reduction involving fourteen or twenty-eight chromosomes. (1921)"
  5419.   (1921.10) Blackw. Mag. June 705/2 "A few of the political officers remain in the new capacity of Adviser to an Arab Mutassarif. (1921)"
  5420.   (1921.11) Blackw. Mag. Apr. 535/2 "She rejoined the remainder of the passengers.., having in her hands a doped handkerchief. (1921)"
  5421.   (1921.12) Discovery Feb. 48/1 "The pest..remains in existence until potatoes are again cropped in the field. (1921)"
  5422.   (1921.13) Daily Colonist (Victoria, B.C.) 5 Apr. 7/2 "The seas were breaking so high over the bar here yesterday and today that some off-shore shipping was compelled to remain outside. (1921)"
  5423.   (1921.14) Daily Colonist (Victoria, B.C.) 7 Apr. 8/1 "The strike situation between the meat packers and their employees remained unchanged this morning. (1921)"
  5424.   (1921.15) Glasgow Herald 17 Jan. 11 "It remains to be seen how the Persian Court will take to the idea of Sovietisation. (1921)"
  5425.   (1921.16) Geogr. Jrnl. LVIII. 308 "The snow falls, and when it melts, the spare gravel that remains on the clay substratum has taken upon itself the same system of polygons..which we see in Polar lands. (1921)"
  5426.   (1921.17) Jrnl. Chem. Soc. CXIX. 454 "Experimental results have always been obtained by shaking a certain volume of a solution of known strength with a known amount of sorbing material such as charcoal, and analysing a sample of the remaining solution. (1921)"
  5427.   (1921.18) Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. VII. 200 "In the 8 remaining prophase or metaphase figures, not all the trivalent chromosomes could be distinguished from the bivalents or univalents into which they had divided, or from which they were composed. (1921)"
  5428.   (1922.1) Bjerknes &. Solberg in Geofysiske Publikationer III. i. 4 "The remaining part of the warm sector near the centre also disappears fairly soon, so that the cyclone on the ground only consists of cold air... For this type we have chosen the name `occluded cyclones'. (1922)"
  5429.   (1922.2) F. Klaeber Beowulf 214 "This passage remains..a `*locus desperatus'. (1922)"
  5430.   (1922.3) Glazebrook Dict. Appl. Physics II. 615/2 "The total resistance of the potentiometer circuit remains unchanged whatever the setting of the dials. (1922)"
  5431.   (1922.4) J. Y. Simpson Man &. Attainment of Immortality xiv. 334 "The fact of Christ remains, solitary and salvatory. (1922)"
  5432.   (1922.5) Joyce Ulysses 702 "The carbonised remains of an incendiated edifice. (1922)"
  5433.   (1922.6) Joyce Ulysses 688 "How did the centripetal remainer afford egress to the centrifugal departer?" (1922)"
  5434.   (1922.7) L. D. Brigham How to make Vacuum Wireless Receiving Sets 39 "The remainder of the hook-up is just like the other amplifier hook-ups. (1922)"
  5435.   (1922.8) L. Mumford City Devel. (1946) i. 9 "What remained of the provincial town in New England was a mummy-case. (1922)"
  5436.   (1922.9) M. A. von Arnim Enchanted April iii. 48 "Mrs. Fisher..had no wish to find herself shut up..with somebody who saw things... It would be disagreeable..if Mrs. Wilkins were suddenly to assert that she saw Mr. Fisher. Mr. Fisher was dead; let him remain so. (1922)"
  5437.   (1922.10) R. T. Franks Gynecol. &. Obstetr. Path. 75 "In some instances..in which the menstruation is delayed or remains in abeyance, although ovulation occurs, the prepuberty and the puberty stage cannot be differentiated clinically. (1922)"
  5438.   (1922.11) R. F. Moore Med. Ophthalm. i. 23 "In a few cases papill&oe. dema runs its course to complete subsidence in one eye, the other remaining normal throughout. (1922)"
  5439.   (1922.12) Beaver Jan. 33/1 "We remained at Mountain House until *open water in the spring. (1922)"
  5440.   (1922.13) Brain XLV. 44 "Myelocele... Here.. segments of the medullary folds have remained open and the neural ectoderm lies exposed on the surface of the body as a ribbon of delicate tissue down the mid-dorsal line. (1922)"
  5441.   (1922.14) Daily Mail 4 Dec. 9 "The Provisional Government will be out of office by Wednesday, and the Oireachtas, as the Free State Parliament will be known, will come into being, consisting of Seanad Eireann (Upper House), comprised of 60 senators, 30 of whom will be nominated by the Government, and the remainder by the elected deputies of the people, who will sit as a Lower House, under the name of Dail Eireann. (1922)"
  5442.   (1922.15) Encycl. Brit. XXX. 36/2 "Connecting-rods of rotary and radial engines consist usually of one *master rod, ball or roller-bearinged, with the big-end enlarged to form circular lugs to secure wrist pins carrying the plain or auxiliary type of rod of the remaining cylinders. (1922)"
  5443.   (1922.16) Encycl. Brit. XXXII. 491/2 "The fullerphone is a telegraph instrument, the essential point of which is the changing at the receiving end of a steady current into an intermittent current of audible frequency, while at the same time the current in the line remains steady. (1922)"
  5444.   (1922.17) Encycl. Brit. XXXII. 1027/2 "The remainder of the plate voltage is created by the rectification by the valve of the speech currents induced in the secondary circuit. (1922)"
  5445.   (1922.18) Flight XIV. 620/2 "How machines will fare..remains to be seen. The southern slopes are not nearly so steep, and the extent to which they give soar&dubh.ability is at present a matter for speculation. (1922)"
  5446.   (1922.19) J. &. J. Leighton's Catal. Old &. Interesting Bks. N.S. iii. 209 "Without printed quiring, &.c., but original MS. signatures remain. (1922)"
  5447.   (1922.20) Nation 18 Nov. 271/1 "The Bonar Law Government..remains in power, but probably on a minority vote..This deprives it of the right to pursue the standpat Toryism on which it made the elections. (1922)"
  5448.   (1923.1) A. L. Kroeber Anthropol. xv. 472 "Whenever the origin of a people remains obscure, be they Neandertals, Alpines, Sumerians,..or what not, some one propounds the convenient hypothesis of deriving them from this vast interior land [sc. central Asia]. (1923)"
  5449.   (1923.2) A. B. Searle Sands &. Crushed Rocks I. iv. 199 "Coprolite and Phosphorite are natural phosphate rocks which are produced by the accumulation of organic remains. (1923)"
  5450.   (1923.3) A. W. Ward in Jrnl. Amer. Dental Assoc. X. 478/2 "In order to avoid infection, pain, sensitiveness of the roots..I have devised a quick setting pack. This pack is mixed like cement and flowed between the teeth and all over the exposed surface. The tissues regenerate under the pack, which is allowed to remain four to six days after the operation. (1923)"
  5451.   (1923.4) F. W. Jones Mammals S. Austral. 218 "The remaining potoroos should be carefully protected. (1923)"
  5452.   (1923.5) H. G. Baynes tr. Jung's Psychol. Types v. 230 "The religion of the last two thousand years..has, thereby, created an atmosphere which remains wholly uninfluenced by any intellectual disavowal. (1923)"
  5453.   (1923.6) R. J. E. Tiddy Mummers' Play 172, "I old father scrump with a bell on my rump... A man..kicked a hump up on to my shoulder and there remains the hump now. (1923)"
  5454.   (1923.7) Brit. Jrnl. Photogr. LXX. 350 "The remaining factor in contact printing is the distance between the light and the negative... The question of printing distance operates equally in projection printing. (1923)"
  5455.   (1923.8) Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer. XXXIV. 167 "Geanticlines and orogens may remain as dry lands or may sink into the depths of the oceans. (1923)"
  5456.   (1923.9) Dental Items of Interest XLV. 5 "The remaining portion of a vital pulp following excision, or partial pulpectomy, will be destroyed. (1923)"
  5457.   (1923.10) Eastern Buddhist (Japan) I. 13 (heading II. 341 "It remained for the Chinese Zen Buddhists to invent their own methods according to their own needs and insight. (1923)"
  5458.   (1923.11) Harmsworth Househ. Encycl. II. 993/3 "Columbarium. This word is used..for the building in which the urns containing the remains of cremated persons are placed. (1923)"
  5459.   (1923.12) Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull. XXXIV. 339/1 "All the cells in the preparation kept in the dark had reversed within two days, whereas the controls remained sickled for a period of three days to one month. (1923)"
  5460.   (1923.13) N.Y. Times 15 July vi. 1/6 "The method of the comedy team remains more or less unvaried. The team is composed, in the first place, of a comedian and a `straight' man. (1923)"
  5461.   (1923.14) N.Y. Times 15 July vi. 1/6 "The method of the comedy team remains more or less unvaried. The team is composed, in the first place, of a comedian and a `straight' man. (1923)"
  5462.   (1923.15) N. &. Q. 18 Aug. 133/1 "The stone pies appear to be the fossilized remains of certain echinoderms kindred to the North American sand-dollar. (1923)"
  5463.   (1923.16) Q. Jrnl. Microsc. Sci. LXVII. 156 "In the symplasmatic zone of the diploplasma are to be found remains of maternal nuclei, maternal blood corpuscles and various granules. (1923)"
  5464.   (1923.17) Spectator 19 May 837/2 "It remains to state as clearly as may be what means lie ready to develop a *property-owning democracy. (1923)"
  5465.   (1923.18) Victoria Hist. Co. Berkshire III. 56/2 "The borough of Windsor..was from the first, as it has since remained, a royal borough, owning no overlord but the King. (1923)"
  5466.   (1924.1) C. J. H. Tolley Mod. Golfer 64 "Thousands to-day would not be playing the game if the `gutty' ball remained the official ball of to-day. (1924)"
  5467.   (1924.2) C. Crampton Cane Work 13 "Back trac, an additional border worked with the remaining ends of a three-rod plain border. (1924)"
  5468.   (1924.3) C. R. Underhill Magnets i. 21 "The property whereby a magnetic material independently remains a magnet is called retentiveness. (1924)"
  5469.   (1924.4) G. B. Stern Tents of Israel vii. 97 "Danny remained at his crank school in Hampstead. (1924)"
  5470.   (1924.5) Jeffries &. Archer Sci. of Metals ix. 323 "There are different solid phases in equilibrium with the melt above and below the peritectic temperature. During the peritectic reaction there are three phases (two solid and one liquid) in equilibrium, so that the temperature must remain constant until at least one of the phases disappears. (1924)"
  5471.   (1924.6) J. Riviere et al. tr. Freud's Coll. Papers II. xxi. 253 "There always remains as a common feature in the &ae.aeig;tiology both of the psychoneuroses and the psychoses the factor of frustration. (1924)"
  5472.   (1924.7) J. T. Gwynn Indian Politics iii. 18 "The Moderate or Co-operating party is to-day so unpopular that it takes some strength of mind to remain a Co-operator. (1924)"
  5473.   (1924.8) J. G. A. Skerl tr. Wegener's Orig. Continents &. Oceans xiii. 192 "Thus the Pang&ae.aeig;a of the Carboniferous era had already an anterior margin (America), which became folded (Precordilleras)..; and a posterior margin (Asia), from which littoral ranges and fragments became detached, and remained fast in the sima of the Pacific as groups of islands. (1924)"
  5474.   (1924.9) J. A. Thompson in Glasgow Herald 19 July 4 "When we put aside these parasitic diseases and modificational diseases, there remain those that may be called constitutional. (1924)"
  5475.   (1924.10) J. A. Thomson Sci. Old &. New xxi. 116 "The selection is marked by the bird's remaining near the chosen spot and giving the *nesting-call to the mate. (1924)"
  5476.   (1924.11) O. Lodge Atoms &. Rays ii. 33 "The possibility of building up still more complex, and probably still more unstable, elements..remains a subject for future discovery. (1924)"
  5477.   (1924.12) R. Beaumont Carpets &. Rugs vii. 262 "The *loop pile may wear flat or bare, but it remains part of the carpet structure. (1924)"
  5478.   (1924.13) T. Woodhouse Jacquards &. Harness iv. 107 "Before describing the remaining parts of the machine, it will..be best to indicate how the design is read. (1924)"
  5479.   (1924.14) W. Muir Caliphate 433 "Of the Umeiyads, the Syrians remained the last support. (1924)"
  5480.   (1924.15) Wodehouse Ukridge x. 256 "What they put in that stuff..I don't know, but the fact remains that the bird almost instantly became perfectly pie-eyed. (1924)"
  5481.   (1924.16) Geol. Mag. 454 "The remaining class in Glinka's scheme is only of limited interest for western European pedologists. (1924)"
  5482.   (1924.17) Nature 20 Dec. 895/1 "Whereas in the male the ratio abdomen-breadth: carapace-breadth remained constant, in the female it increased continuously... P&eacu.zard (1918) has styled the growth of such an organ heterogonic. (1924)"
  5483.   (1925.1) A. Huxley Along Road i. 19 "The Citroë.n went into second and remained there; slowly we puffed up the long ascent. (1925)"
  5484.   (1925.2) A. D. Imms Gen. Textbk. Ent. iii. 365 "The latter issue from the galls and are divisible into winged gallicol&ae.aeig; migrantes (migrantes), which fly to the intermediate host, and gallicol&ae.aeig; non-migrantes which remain on the spruce and give rise to further fundatrices. (1925)"
  5485.   (1925.3) D. S. Jordan Fishes (rev. ed.) xxxviii. 618 "In the next family, Acanthurid&ae.aeig;, the surgeon-fishes or tangs, the scales remain small. (1925)"
  5486.   (1925.4) E. F. Norton Fight for Everest 1924 57 "No. 1 party was to..remain based there for the purpose of getting the next camp on to the North Col. (1925)"
  5487.   (1925.5) F. Scott Fitzgerald Gt. Gatsby vii. 157 "Jordan and I tried to go, but Tom and Gatsby insisted..that we remain-as though..it would be a privilege to partake vicariously of their emotions. (1925)"
  5488.   (1925.6) Fraser &. Gibbons Soldier &. Sailor Words 158 "Mopping-up, the term for the work allotted to special parties of men appointed to follow close in the track of advancing `waves' of troops, in order to explore and clear the enemy lines and dug-outs of men remaining behind... The Mopping-up method was first adopted at the Battle of Arras in February, 1917. (1925)"
  5489.   (1925.7) J. Joly Surface-Hist. Earth vii. 114 "The base-levelled remains of pre-Cambrian mountains or of the ancestral Rockies. (1925)"
  5490.   (1925.8) J. Riviere tr. Freud's Papers on Metapsychol. in Coll. Papers IV. 16 "One mode of thought-activity was split off; it was kept free from reality-testing and remained subordinated to the pleasure-principle alone. (1925)"
  5491.   (1925.9) Russell &. Saunders in Astrophysical Jrnl. LXI. 61 "Their remaining properties may be explained on the assumption that the two displaced electrons have fixed orbital momenta, L1, L2, of the amount indicated by Land&eacu., but that the inclination of their planes is quantized, so that the resultant angular momentum K may have any geometrically permissible value in the series 1/2, 3/2, [etc.]. (1925)"
  5492.   (1925.10) T. N. Goddard Handbk. Sierra Leone iii. 57 "Initiation into the Porro society takes place in youth. While boys remain in the Porro bush they are taught the arts and crafts of their tribe. (1925)"
  5493.   (1925.11) T. Dreiser Amer. Trag. (1926) I. ii. vi. 195 "He decided to remain- later sitting down to dinner with a small group of milltown store and factory employees. (1925)"
  5494.   (1925.12) W. Deeping Sorrell &. Son v. §.1 "Sorrell remained by the car. He liked the colour of it, and the compact brightness of the dash-board. (1925)"
  5495.   (1925.13) Brit. Weekly 5 Mar. 545/3 "Demolishing two-thirds of the houses, and `gapping' and `loop-holing' the remainder. (1925)"
  5496.   (1925.14) Bull. Geol. Soc. China IV. 142 "Primitive lemuroid and tarsioid fossil remains are widely known from England eastwards to the Carpathians. (1925)"
  5497.   (1925.15) Brit. Weekly 17 Sept. 541/1 "After which you are left a wreck and probably remain wrecky next day. (1925)"
  5498.   (1925.16) Bull. Geol. Soc. China IV. 177 "Sooner or later pithecanthropine remains will be recovered from the Siwaliks. (1925)"
  5499.   (1925.17) Cambr. Univ. Cal. 85 "Bachelors in Arts, Law, Medicine, Surgery, and Music remain `Bachelors designate' until the 31st of December. (1925)"
  5500.   (1925.18) Good Housekeeping Apr. 142/3 "The remaining variety [of artificial silk], Viscose silk, is now being made in enormous quantities. (1925)"
  5501.   (1925.19) New Yorker 22 Aug. 9/1 "When the fighting was over she remained... Our loss was their gain. (1925)"
  5502.   (1925.20) New Yorker 19 Sept. 6, "I shall insert into the second act of each play one of the three remaining Dirty Words that haven't yet been pronounced on the stage. (1925)"
  5503.   (1925.21) Paint, Oil &. Chem. Rev. 29 Jan. 10/3 "In order that the film may remain flexible..plasticizers-inert liquids of low vapor tension-are incorporated in the lacquer. (1925)"
  5504.   (1925.22) tr. J. M. van Bemmelen in E. Hatschek Foundations Colloid Chem. 129 "The peptizing agent may be removed from the solution and the colloid remains dissolved. (1925)"
  5505.   (1926.1) A. S. Eddington Internal Constitution of Stars v. 99 "Radiative equilibrium has a natural precedence over convective equilibrium, since in radiative equilibrium convection ceases, whereas in convective equilibrium radiation remains and tends to destroy it. (1926)"
  5506.   (1926.2) C. N. Bennett Photogravure 121 "Paper makers, like drapers, have their remnants, though the name for them in the paper making industry is `remainders'. (1926)"
  5507.   (1926.3) D. G. Hogarth Kings of Hittites 8 "Have any remains been revealed which manifestly are Cappadocian Hattic, wholly or in part? " (1926)"
  5508.   (1926.4) D. C. Miller Sci. of Mus. Sounds vii. 216 "Many writers on the subject have held that the quality of a vowel, as well as that of a musical instrument, is characterized by a particular series of overtones accompanying a given fundamental, the pitches of the overtones varying with that of the fundamental, so that the ratios remain constant; this is the relative-pitch theory. (1926)"
  5509.   (1926.5) R. W. Lawson tr. Hevesy &. Paneth's Man. Radioactivity xxv. 211 "Radium burns are especially troublesome, because..even if they mend there remains a supersensitiveness of the skin. (1926)"
  5510.   (1926.6) Tansley &. Chipp Study of Vegetation vii. 117 "In cold, moist soils poor in mineral salts and acid in reaction..the leaf litter and other plant debris remain on the surface very little changed and often form a thick layer which is called raw humus. (1926)"
  5511.   (1926.7) Tansley &. Chipp Study of Vegetation vii. 116 "With lapse of time not only are calcium carbonate and other soluble salts leached from the surface soil..but the finer insoluble particles tend also to be mechanically carried down, so that the coarser particles alone remain in the surface layers, which are then said to be `eluviated' as well as `leached'. (1926)"
  5512.   (1926.8) W. de la Mare Connoisseur 318 "Only the rotting sleepers remained, matted with weeds and bordered with Queen Ann's [sic] lace, golden rod and Michaelmas daisy. (1926)"
  5513.   (1926.9) Amer. Speech I. 437/1 "When an act proves to be such a wow that it is forced to respond to encore after encore and the remainder of the acts on the program must wait until the audience will allow them to go on, it is said to `stop the show cold'. (1926)"
  5514.   (1926.10) Brit. Gaz. 12 May 1/4 "Every man who does his duty by the country and remains at work or returns to work during the present crisis will be protected by the State from loss of trade union benefits. (1926)"
  5515.   (1926.11) Bantu Studies II. 219 "Comparison has been made mainly with the Boskopoid remains from Zitzikama reported upon..during the last two years, and with the descriptions of the original Boskop remains. (1926)"
  5516.   (1926.12) Daily Colonist (Victoria, B.C.) 2 July 5/3 "The remainder of the morning was occupied by the younger members of the party in playing soft ball and other less strenuous games. (1926)"
  5517.   (1926.13) Daily Colonist (Victoria, B.C.) 7 July 3/5 "The disappearance of Charles Olson from his trap line on the headwaters of the Parsnip River in Northern British Columbia remains as much a mystery as when it was first reported. (1926)"
  5518.   (1926.14) Work-Whitehead Auction Bridge Bull. Jan. 118/2, "I will give the three cards remaining in each of the four hands to show how South was squeezed by the lead of the Queen of Clubs. (1926)"
  5519.   (1927.1) A. Huxley Proper Studies 190 "The ratio of solitaries to sociables will remain much as it is. (1927)"
  5520.   (1927.2) C. Spearman Abilities of Man vi. 75 "The `general factor'..denoted by the letter g..is so named because, although varying freely from individual to individual, it remains the same for any one individual in respect of all the correlated abilities. (1927)"
  5521.   (1927.3) Carr-Saunders &. Jones Soc. Struct. Eng. &. Wales 150 "The applicant may at the discretion of the Ministry of Labour receive `extended' benefit for the remainder of the benefit year. (1927)"
  5522.   (1927.4) C. Connolly Let. 7 Mar. in Romantic Friendship (1975) 281 "There remain consolations, such as finding places that aren't spoilt and not being surprised by their destruction into the..oldie worldie type. (1927)"
  5523.   (1927.5) E. Thompson Indian Day xiv. 111 "A colony of water hyacinth had rooted itself..where deep water still remained. (1927)"
  5524.   (1927.6) E. G. Richardson Sound x. 236 "The lower pitch limit is about 16 vibrations per second. Slow vibrations..remain unperceived as tones if their rate of pulsation falls below this limit... Such `infra-sonic' waves have been extensively studied by Esclangon. (1927)"
  5525.   (1927.7) E. V. Gordon Introd. Old Norse 254 "The e of verbs of the fourth and fifth conjs. remained unfractured. (1927)"
  5526.   (1927.8) G. Bradford Gloss. Sea Terms 45/2 "Cruising radius is calculated with two points of view-one, the vessel's capacity in miles without refueling; the other, her capacity to remain at sea expressed in days running at normal speed. (1927)"
  5527.   (1927.9) G. B. Shaw Doctors' Delusions (1932) 135 "Shallow petulances and tu quoques which have remained part of the vivisector's stock of debating points ever since. (1927)"
  5528.   (1927.10) I. Duncan My Life (1928) viii. 78 "Another, even greater impression, that has remained with me all my life was the `Rodin Pavillon'. (1927)"
  5529.   (1927.11) J. Galsworthy Castles in Spain 169 "A true work of art remains beautiful and living, though an ebb tide of fashion may leave it for the moment high and dry on the beach. (1927)"
  5530.   (1927.12) T. Woodhouse Artificial Silk 95 "In the manufacture of stockings..two machines are used... One of these machines, termed the `legger', knits the upper and longer part of the stocking, whereas the other machine, termed the `footer', knits the remainder of the stocking. (1927)"
  5531.   (1927.13) T. Burrow in Brit. Jrnl. Med. Psychol. 202 "In a comprehensive view of our human phylum there remains no other conclusion than that the social mind..comprises a systematization of social images. (1927)"
  5532.   (1927.14) T. Woodhouse Artificial Silk 95 "In the manufacture of stockings on such frames two machines are used... One of these machines, termed the `legger', knits the upper and longer part of the stocking, whereas the other machine, termed the `footer', knits the remainder of the stocking. (1927)"
  5533.   (1927.15) T. Woodhouse Artificial Silk 67 "It is quite possible that all the remaining hanks have already been leased. (1927)"
  5534.   (1927.16) W. E. Collinson Contemp. Eng. 58 "Those who have been in close contact with the infected patient may have to remain in quarantine or dry-dock. (1927)"
  5535.   (1927.17) Ann. Rep. Progr. Chem. XXIV. 115 "In the same way that in mobile cation tautomerism the hydrogen ion forms a more or less stable covalent link with (negative) carbon, whereas the sodium ion tends to remain in the electro&dubh.valent state (thus giving rise to the phenomena of pseudo&dubh.acidity), so..the hydroxide ion tends to co-ordinate with positive carbon, whereas very stable anions like chloride..tend to retain their ionic condition..: thus arises the phenomenon of *pseudo-basicity. (1927)"
  5536.   (1927.18) Amer. Mercury May 33/1 "The corpse is not a corpse nor does it wear a shroud. It is the body, or the remains;..and the garment in which it is wrapped, when there is one aside from ordinary clothing, is a neglig&eacu.e. (1927)"
  5537.   (1927.19) Amer. Speech II. 242/1 "Only in small country papers does one find `patent insides'. The country editor frequently buys four pages of his paper already printed, filled with `features', fiction, and advertising. He has only to fill the four remaining pages with local news and advertising. (1927)"
  5538.   (1927.20) Blackw. Mag. Apr. 527 "Little of the *floorstone remains. (1927)"
  5539.   (1927.21) Chambers's Jrnl. June 370/1 "The bungalow..remained in charge of a Nepali. (1927)"
  5540.   (1927.22) Daily Tel. 11 May 3/4 "The rest would be dug up after the present season, and rubber planted in its stead, as the hevea trees remaining were widely spaced. (1927)"
  5541.   (1927.23) Glasgow Herald 28 Apr. 15 "A new dictionary of air terms has been compiled... So far as England is concerned, the word `dirigible' will disappear and only `airship' remain. (1927)"
  5542.   (1927.24) Jrnl. Philos. XXIV. 9 "The given is for science a continual challenge, always remaining `*pre-analytical', in the sense of never condemning as bootless the task of more searching analysis. (1927)"
  5543.   (1927.25) Mod. Philol. Nov. 227 "New locutions..constantly replace old ones, which viewed post factum, would have been unintelligible, had they remained in use. (1927)"
  5544.   (1927.26) Melody Maker June 609/3 "The cymbal must be `open' when it is struck and must remain `open' for practically the full length of the beat being played, only being choked out just before the next beat. (1927)"
  5545.   (1927.27) Melody Maker Aug. 777/1 "Al Payne should have been leader, but the necessary *labour permits could not be obtained, and the band remains in America. (1927)"
  5546.   (1927.28) Observer 3 Apr. 29/1 "[He] let loose a whole flock of `birdies' and `eagles' with which he captured the remainder of the holes. (1927)"
  5547.   (1927.29) Q. Jrnl. Geol. Soc. LXXXIII. 197 "The plant-remains are entombed in sage-green arenaceous shales, which are intercalated among the typical sage-green sandstones of the Senni Beds of this locality. (1927)"
  5548.   (1927.30) Sunday Times 13 Mar. 8/3 "He [sc. Otway] still remains the most Racinian of all our poets. (1927)"
  5549.   (1928.1) A. Evans Palace of Minos II. ii. 774 "The remains of the remarkable painted relief of the personage wearing a plumed lily crown and collar, in whom we may with good reason recognize one of the actual Priest-Kings of Knossos. (1928)"
  5550.   (1928.2) C. Dawson Age of Gods i. 11 "There is reason to think that this race [sc. Boskop Man] was the ancestor of the modern South African Hottentot and Bushman, for the remains of an intermediate type-the vanished race of Strandloopers-has been discovered and all three types agree in certain cranial characteristics. In size of brain, however, there is a steady diminution from the 1,700 c.c. or more of Boskop through the Strandlooper skulls. (1928)"
  5551.   (1928.3) C. W. Dodge tr. Gä.umann's Compar. Morphol. Fungi i. 1 "The product of fertilization is called a zygote as long as it remains unicellular; it develops into a diplont which forms gonotoconts (organs in which meiosis occurs). (1928)"
  5552.   (1928.4) J. T. MacCurdy Comm. Princ. Psychol. &. Physiol. 168 " Adrian..found that, in the isolated fibre, the strength of the impulse, once it was set up, remained constant and could not be increased by augmenting the strength of the stimulus. This is known as the all-or-none law of the nerve impulse. (1928)"
  5553.   (1928.5) V. G. Childe Most Anc. East iii. 48 "And others [sc. migrants], conveniently termed Getulans, remained in North Africa. (1928)"
  5554.   (1928.6) Bull. Amer. Soil Survey Assoc. IX. 44 "*Muck soil, soil composed of thoroughly decomposed organic material, with a considerable amount of mineral soil material, finely divided and with few fibrous remains. (1928)"
  5555.   (1928.7) Camb. Univ. Cal. 102 "The new Statutes have abolished the practice by which (i) Bachelors in Arts, Law, [etc.]..remained `Bachelors designate' until the last week-day of December... (ii) Masters and Doctors only attained the full degree by `Creation'. (1928)"
  5556.   (1928.8) Daily Mail 25 July 3/6 "Though the price of Icilma Shampoos remains at 3d., each packet now contains a wonderful Toning Rinse suitable for every shade of hair, which removes all trace of lather, and leaves the hair in a state of exquisite burnished beauty. (1928)"
  5557.   (1928.9) Daily Express 7 Apr. 5/5 "Drive in the remaining pegs and attach and true up the remaining guylines. (1928)"
  5558.   (1928.10) Daily Express 10 Dec. 11/1 "York County's early settlers were Germans, and their present-day descendants still remain under the spell of medieval German necromancy. One of their sacred words is `hex', said to be corrupt German for witch. (1928)"
  5559.   (1928.11) Daily Express 12 July 12/7 "Duncan remains a master of the art of `coming back'. (1928)"
  5560.   (1928.12) Daily Sketch 10 Aug. 20/3 "Courtaulds' shares remain a firm spot at 412. (1928)"
  5561.   (1928.13) Gardeners' Chron. 7 July 9/1 "This Ursinia remains open until dark. (1928)"
  5562.   (1928.14) New Statesman 28 July, Finance Suppl. p. vi, "Out of the combined issued capital of &pstlg.16,629,000 the public put up 93 per cent. of the cash required, but received only 21.8 per cent. of the equity-that is the balance of profits remaining after the fixed dividends have been paid on the Preferred capital. (1928)"
  5563.   (1928.15) Observer 17 June 28/6 "Once in the line for home, Goose Kiss did not remain at the head of affairs, for he compounded rapidly. (1928)"
  5564.   (1929.1) A. J. Vaughan Mod. Bookbinding ii. 121 (caption iv. 217 )"Quarter Bound, where the back and some portion of the sides only of the binding consist of one material, and the remainder of the sides of another. (1929)"
  5565.   (1929.2) A. S. Chandler Hookworm Dis. vii. 287 "Sandground himself, as the result of a light and brief Strongyloides infestation, apparently remained immune for at least 14 months. (1929)"
  5566.   (1929.3) C. C. Martindale Risen Sun 173 "When sport goes crook, what can remain wholesome? " (1929)"
  5567.   (1929.4) G. Gould Democritus 89 "What we want is to preserve the precious gift of shockability while remaining too intelligent to be shocked. (1929)"
  5568.   (1929.5) H. A. Vachell Virgin iii. 55 "June found herself in dry dock, and likely to remain there, when her services were most in demand. (1929)"
  5569.   (1929.6) J. C. Bose Growth &. Tropic Movements Plants xx. 216 "If the movement be nastic, then the closure or the opening movement will remain the same, whether the organ be held in normal position or upside down. (1929)"
  5570.   (1929.7) J. H. Dible Recent Adv. Bacteriol. iv. 73 "Of greater interest are certain strains which, whilst themselves resistant, have incorporated with them the lytic principle, which remains present through future subcultures. These are the `lysogenic' strains of Bordet. (1929)"
  5571.   (1929.8) J. B. Priestley Good Companions iii. iv. 553 "Some people laughed. The remainder indignantly shushed again and then clapped. (1929)"
  5572.   (1929.9) J. A. Ratcliffe Physical Princ. Wireless iii. 50 "The oscillating system..is not an electrical circuit, but is a tuning-fork made of `invar' metal, whose frequency remains very constant under all conditions. (1929)"
  5573.   (1929.10) J. N. Farquhar Mod. Relig. Movements in India iii. 171 "As in Theosophy, you may be a Ra&mac.dha&mac. Soa&mac.mi and yet remain a Hindu, a Muh&dotbl.ammadan or a Christian... Yet it is definitely stated that the religion is for all, and that outside the Satsan&dotab.g there is no salvation. (1929)"
  5574.   (1929.11) O. G. S. Crawford Air-Photography for Archaeologists 3/1 "Inequalities in the surface of the ground produce shadows. All sites where remains are visible on the ground fall into this class. They may be called *shadow-sites. (1929)"
  5575.   (1929.12) P. Mairet Adler's Problems of Neurosis vi. 84 "After having triumphed over him and having had the death-wish granted by fate, he remained still unsatisfied. (1929)"
  5576.   (1929.13) T. M. Naylor Steam Turbines i. 4 "Combination turbines or disc and drum turbines, as they are often called, are a combination of impulse and reaction types of turbine. The first part of the turbine is impulse, and the remainder of the turbine is reaction, so that this type of turbine might be called impulse-reaction. (1929)"
  5577.   (1929.14) W. E. Leonard in Malone &. Ruud Studies Eng. Philol. in Honor of F. Klaeber 7 "The law of the meter remains, an eight-beat long-line. (1929)"
  5578.   (1929.15) W. A. Thorpe Hist. Eng. &. Irish Glass vi. 204 "For about twenty years..the Silesian stem remained constant and English stem growth was at a standstill. (1929)"
  5579.   (1929.16) Aeronautics (H.M.S.O.) 109 "The rigging is so parcelled that it is pulled out gradually, the part already released remaining taut and straight, the whole of the rigging emerging before the commencement of the withdrawal of the body. (1929)"
  5580.   (1929.17) Bibliographia Genetica V. 234 "In Bacillus coli communis...a biotype was also found having lower motility than the remainder of the clone from which it came. (1929)"
  5581.   (1929.18) Chicagoan 17 Aug. 22/2 "In this period he [sc. Carl Sandburg] wrote the poetic denunciation of the Rev. Billy Sunday that..remains as the most thorough skinning that the evangelist ever received. (1929)"
  5582.   (1929.19) Encycl. Brit. IV. 585/1 "Calhoun,..during the remainder of the Jackson regime, was a severe critic of Jacksonianism. (1929)"
  5583.   (1929.20) Sun (Baltimore) 23 Oct. 1/3 "The President and his immediate party left Cincinnati..aboard the Greenbrier..and three other light craft-*quarter boats, they are called-for the remaining members of the party. (1929)"
  5584.   (1930.1) A. S. Eddington Rotation of Galaxy 13 "The effect on the apparent angular motion..remains always on the verge of what is detectable observationally. (1930)"
  5585.   (1930.2) C. L. Biden Sea-Angling Fishes of Cape xviii. 260 "The crushed remains of klipkoes or venus ear-a shellfish, Haliotis. (1930)"
  5586.   (1930.3) G. L. Bates Handbk. Birds W. Afr. 109 "One year, in February, a large company of Abdims remained on my land for days. (1930)"
  5587.   (1930.4) H. M. Fitzpatrick Lower Fungi vii. 149 "In Geolegnia the encysted sporangiospores are thick-walled and remain quiescent in the sporangium until freed by the disintegration of its wall. (1930)"
  5588.   (1930.5) J. H. Appel Business Biogr. John Wanamaker viii. 104 "`Bargain Room' opened-`a place where remainders of lots are sold at smaller prices'. (1930)"
  5589.   (1930.6) J. Agate Red Letter Nights (1944) 129 "There remain those impudences..which fell from Duse like sour benedictions, from Sarah with the cabotine's natural, slightly vulgar good nature. (1930)"
  5590.   (1930.7) L. Denny Amer. conquers Brit. 9 "That easily inspired hatred of Germany remained as a hang-over in America long after it had been thrown over by the British. (1930)"
  5591.   (1930.8) L. G. D. Acland Early Canterbury Runs (ser. 1) v. 109 "Valetta was the last of the old *plains stations to remain anything like its original size. (1930)"
  5592.   (1930.9) P. Allen Case for E. de Vere as Shakespeare 6, "I remained an orthodox Stratfordian until 1923. (1930)"
  5593.   (1930.10) Ruark &. Urey Atoms, Molecules &. Quanta xxi. 722 "When electrons impinge on polycrystalline metal surfaces the fraction scattered at an angle &theta. with the normal to the surface does not decrease uniformly as &theta. increases... The results seemed likely to remain unexplained, until Einstein discussed de Broglie's matter waves, in 1924 and 1925. (1930)"
  5594.   (1930.11) R. Peele Compressed Air Plant (ed. 5) xv. 273 "Air lines are tested from time to time by allowing the air at full pressure to remain in the closed transmission circuit long enough to observe the gage pressure. (1930)"
  5595.   (1930.12) Spier &. Sapir Wishram Ethnography 153 "The Wishram were one of the earliest groups known to explorers of the Columbia River Basin... Only a few Wishram still remain. (1930)"
  5596.   (1930.13) W. T. Hall Textbk. Quantitative Analysis xi. 140 "For practical purposes, a reaction is complete or quantitative, as we often say, when less than 0&rdot.1 mg. remains in solution. (1930)"
  5597.   (1930.14) 19th Cent. Dec. 785 "The small-bourgeois quality of English philately remained untarnished with sham elegance. (1930)"
  5598.   (1930.15) Amer. Speech. V. 164 "The Dutch navigators divided the Hudson into racks or reaches. The former word remains in Claverack. (1930)"
  5599.   (1930.16) Daily Express 6 Sept. 2/6 "The turnover..remained light, the upturn reflecting an extreme scarcity of sellers rather than any considerable number of buyers. (1930)"
  5600.   (1930.17) Economist 8 Nov. 866/2 "South Africans [sc. shares] remained firm. (1930)"
  5601.   (1930.18) Monotype Recorder, XXIX. 39 "The remainder..fail to see the vital necessity for advertising and establishing a creative sales policy. (1930)"
  5602.   (1930.19) Morning Post 17 June 13/1 "The `metrical structure' of space&dubh.time now adopted by Einstein is based on the assumption that there is a meaning in saying that two short lines are equal in length, that they are parallel, and that the angle between them is not altered when they are moved so as to remain parallel to themselves. (1930)"
  5603.   (1930.20) Nature 15 Nov. 766 "A few were odd twins who had a brother or sister at school, and the remainder were either siblings of twins, or pairs of siblings unconnected with twins. (1930)"
  5604.   (1930.21) Syst. Bacteriol. (Med. Res. Council) VII. vii. 117 "There remains a considerable doubt whether immunity..can be produced by the use of killed virus. (1930)"
  5605.   (1930.22) Times Lit. Suppl. 4 Sept. 691/1 "The rest of the Turks remained farmers..and thereby escaped the contamination of the Levantinized Ottomanism. (1930)"
  5606.   (1930.23) E. Queen French Powder Mystery p. xiv, "Without the stool-pigeon a huge percentage of felonies would remain unsolved... Our problem is to find a `stoolie' who will part with the tip. (1930)"
  5607.   (1931.1) A. N&aacu.dai Plasticity xxxviii. 259 "Stresses of this kind, remaining after partial plastic flow, may be called residual stresses. (1931)"
  5608.   (1931.2) A. U. Dilley Oriental Rugs &. Carpets vi. 146 "The oldest group of rugs remaining to us of the weavings of the Ottoman Turks..are the fifteenth-century products now handsomely called Holbein rugs in compliment to Hans Holbein the Younger. (1931)"
  5609.   (1931.3) Buck &. Anthony Bring 'em back Alive 297 "For several seconds we remained deadlocked, the animal making a perfect bedlam of the mess-room with his cries of rage. (1931)"
  5610.   (1931.4) Coker &. Filon Treat. Photo-Elasticity iii. 248 "The integrated tint remains the same over the whole of this locus, and it is for this reason that such lines are called lines of equal tint or isochromatic lines. (1931)"
  5611.   (1931.5) D. L. Sayers Five Red Herrings xv. 167 " `I formed the opinion..that Mr. Gowan had..not departed from Kirkcudbright on the Monday evening..but that he had remained concealed in his own house.'.. `Curiouser and curiouser,' said Wimsey. (1931)"
  5612.   (1931.6) E. Midgley Technical Terms Textile Trade I. 10 "The cloth is woven in a white or undyed condition and *piece-dyed black for wool, so that the cotton fibres remain their natural colour. (1931)"
  5613.   (1931.7) Hoffert &. Claxton Motor Benzole viii. 225 "The function of a modern *stripping still is to remove the remaining benzole from the hot oil leaving the preheater. (1931)"
  5614.   (1931.8) H. G. Wells Work, Wealth &. Happiness of Mankind (1932) xi. 540 "The only remaining physical differences between man and woman are becoming horizontal, i.e., differences between individuals in the same class, and not vertical differences, in which all women are put below all men, or vice versa. (1931)"
  5615.   (1931.9) J. de la Cierva Wings of Tomorrow vii. 102, "I supposed that it was preferable to keep the blades from coning, so that they would remain in a horizontal position while in flight. (1931)"
  5616.   (1931.10) L. H. Morrison Amer. Diesel Engines v. 129 "The explosion of these lighter parts of the fuel provides the propellant whereby the remainder of the fuel is injected into the engine cylinder in a finely atomized condition. (1931)"
  5617.   (1931.11) W. C. Allee Animal Aggregations i. 15 "Homotypical associations consist of members of the same species which have arisen either sexually or asexually, which may have remained together because they are the offspring of the same parent, or which may have become accidentally associated together although of different parentage. (1931)"
  5618.   (1931.12) Bull. Amer. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists XV. 161 "*Source rocks of petroleum include carbonaceous or `bituminous' sedimentary deposits, containing aquatic plant and animal remains..and the products of their biochemical and geochemical alterations. (1931)"
  5619.   (1931.13) Economist 28 Feb. 441/2 "Prices were marked up to 10 cents a pound in the hope of attracting buyers who had refused to take metal at 912 cents, but the market remains thin. (1931)"
  5620.   (1931.14) Economist 24 Jan. 163/1 "The remaining proposals involve the cancellation of the present agreements as to the guaranteed day and guaranteed week, overtime on a daily basis, [etc.]. (1931)"
  5621.   (1931.15) Economist 10 Oct. 658/1 "How candidate-deputies will react against this suppression of what has usually, in the past, been regarded as an electoral `slush' fund remains to be seen. (1931)"
  5622.   (1931.16) Phytopathology XXI. 593 "A virus remaining latent or producing a mosaic in some varieties may cause a well-defined necrotic effect in others. (1931)"
  5623.   (1931.17) Times 27 Feb. 16/5 "Referring to people in the administrative grade who did not `pull their weight', Sir Alfred Woodgate said that assistant principals who had been twice passed over for promotion to principals were a menace to the office and should not be allowed to remain. (1931)"
  5624.   (1931.18) Times Lit. Suppl. 10 Sept. 688/2 "The unsold sheets of a published book are re-issued with a cancel title or a new preface, or in a remainder binding. (1931)"
  5625.   (1932.1) A. J. Fairbank Handwriting Man. Introd., "Of the problems arising in the schools today.., one..is how to adapt the handwriting which has been named `print-script'..so that there may remain in the revised model nothing to hinder the tempo at which an adult writes. (1932)"
  5626.   (1932.2) C. D. Darlington Rec. Adv. Cytol. iv. 103 "However many chiasmata are terminalised, the chromosomes remain associated by terminal chiasmata. (1932)"
  5627.   (1932.3) C. J. Miller Clin. Gynecol. ii. 35 "The cure of a chronic urethritis cannot be expected while there remains an active infection in Skene's glands. (1932)"
  5628.   (1932.4) H. Pringsheim Chem. Monosaccharides &. Polysaccharides ii. 31 "Into the hexoses and pentoses there can be introduced two isopropylidene remainders. (1932)"
  5629.   (1932.5) J. G. Scott Burma &. Beyond i. 16 "The Khmê.r went, or were pushed, farther east,..but the Mo&mac.n remained behind, and came to be known to the early merchant adventurers as Peguans. (1932)"
  5630.   (1932.6) M. Eastman tr. Trotsky's Hist. Russian Rev. I. xv. 303 "`Our slogan..is pressure upon the Provisional Government..to induce all the warring countries to open immediate negotiations..and until then every man remains at his fighting post!' Both the idea and its formulation are those of the defensists. (1932)"
  5631.   (1932.7) R. A. Knox Broadcast Minds ii. 20 (heading 21 )"We are all omniscientists now, at least in ambition... It only remains that we should pride ourselves on knowing something about everything. (1932)"
  5632.   (1932.8) Stiles &. Walsh tr. Castelfranchi's Rec. Adv. Atomic Physics II. v. 167 "The light energy..always remains concentrated in the form of `light quants', or grains, the magnitude of which depends solely on the colour. (1932)"
  5633.   (1932.9) W. H. Emmons et al. Geol. vi. 133 "As the swirling water back of the falls loosens the soft, shaley formation it removes it piecemeal and undermines the capping limestone, until finally it remains as an inadequately supported overhanging ledge from which large masses of rock plunge into the pool at the bottom of the falls. This process of undercutting is termed sapping. (1932)"
  5634.   (1932.10) Discovery Oct. 331/1 "There was no suggestion of `hunting' and the image remained exactly central in the [television] screen for the whole half hour. (1932)"
  5635.   (1932.11) John o' London's Weekly 25 June 428 "He told me he had bought them when they were remaindered by publishers, at 9d. a copy. (1932)"
  5636.   (1932.12) Physical Rev. XL. 406 "In solving the wave mechanical perturbation problem the distance between the interacting structures has been treated as a fixed parameter. Then *quantum dynamical reasoning has been abandoned, and the remainder of the problem has been solved by the method of classical statistics. (1932)"
  5637.   (1932.13) Proc. R. Soc. A. CXXXVI. 65 "There remained the possibility..that the effect was a manifestation of the Silsbee effect, in which the current through the super-conductor produces, by its own magnetic field, a depression of the critical temperature. (1932)"
  5638.   (1932.14) Proc. 6th Int. Congress of Genetics II. 191 "The haploid nuclei..remain associated in the relatively long, parasitic dikaryophase. (1932)"
  5639.   (1932.15) Times 29 Sept. 15/3 "The Budget had been balanced on paper, but it remained to be seen what the actual result would be at the end of the financial year. The outturn proved the soundness of the balancing. (1932)"
  5640.   (1932.16) Times 12 Feb. 11/1 "The significance of this unique *group-burial must remain a mystery. (1932)"
  5641.   (1932.17) S. Wood Shades Prison House xxii. 340 "An investigation brought to light the remains of the woman and her children, and Mr. Burrows was now booked to play lead at a neck-tie party, shortly to be convened. He walked to and fro with the death guards. (1932)"
  5642.   (1933.1) Blunden &. Norman We'll shift our Ground 16 "It remained only to add the shriek-marks and to discover a heroine. (1933)"
  5643.   (1933.2) D. J. Martin Introd. Thermodynamics for Chemists xiii. 315 "The isobaric heat of adsorption corresponds to the heat of a reaction in a condensed system, the amount adsorbed changes while the pressure remains practically constant. (1933)"
  5644.   (1933.3) E. &. C. Paul tr. Stalin's Leninism II. 206 "Why is the peasantry described [by Lenin] as the last capitalist class? Because of the two main classes of which our society is composed, the peasantry is a class whose economy is based on private property and small commodity production. Because the peasantry, as long as it remains a peasantry, living by small commodity production, will throw up capitalists from its ranks. (1933)"
  5645.   (1933.4) E. K. Chambers Eng. Folk-Play 223 "He [sc. Dionysus] remains primarily a fertility-god, with the bull, and perhaps the goat, and the phallus as his attributes. (1933)"
  5646.   (1933.5) H. B. Phillips Vector Anal. x. 217 "A linear equation satisfied by dyads will remain valid if each dyad is replaced by the dot or cross product of its two vectors. (1933)"
  5647.   (1933.6) J. Buchan Prince of Captivity i. iv. 125 "We've got to see that our Miltons don't remain mute and inglorious, but above all that our Hampdens are not left to rot on a village green. (1933)"
  5648.   (1933.7) L. Bloomfield Language viii. 138 "When the phonology of a language has been established, there remains the task of telling what meanings are attached to the several phonetic forms. This phase of the description is semantics. It is ordinarily divided into two parts, grammar and lexicon. (1933)"
  5649.   (1933.8) O. Jespersen Essentials Eng. Gram. iv. 39 "Sometimes the *point-element [of r] remains though without any trill. (1933)"
  5650.   (1933.9) R. W. Brink College Algebra xix. 295 "Without performing the divisions, by means of the Remainder Theorem find the remainder after each of the following divisions. (1933)"
  5651.   (1933.10) R. Tuve Seasons &. Months iv. 170 "The chariot of Phebus the sun..remained as mere learned decoration in Scottish court-of-love poems. (1933)"
  5652.   (1933.11) Amer. Jrnl. Ophthalm. XVI. 612/1 "From 1856..until the present, the question of a retinopathic entity due to diabetes has remained unsettled. (1933)"
  5653.   (1933.12) Burlington Mag. May 248/2 "The great problem as to whether the science of art really is a science in the sense that the word is used in relation to natural science remains, however, unsolved. (1933)"
  5654.   (1933.13) Brit. Birds XXVI. 363 "The elementary co-operative services..a national field centre which can collaborate with other national field centres overseas,-still remain to be provided. (1933)"
  5655.   (1933.14) Geogr. Jrnl. LXXXI. 462 "A further problem remains, far more serious in the case of zoogeography than with phytogeography. Can the essentials be put..without assuming a knowledge of taxonomy beyond the reach of the average geographer? " (1933)"
  5656.   (1933.15) Jrnl. R. Anthrop. Inst. LXIII. 403 "The remainder, which includes the opisthion, is missing. (1933)"
  5657.   (1933.16) Mind XLII. 41 "Each postulate functions in limiting the ranges of the variables in such a manner that any change is one postulate..involves a reciprocal change in its other parts, which change causes it to remain analytic or tautological. (1933)"
  5658.   (1933.17) Times Lit. Suppl. 29 June 433/2 "No records remain to us of the early Centenaries, but their nature can be safely deduced from that of the Lullian cult, which was practised for hundreds of years both in Majorca and on the mainland. (1933)"
  5659.   (1933.18) Schofield &. Blair in Proc. R. Soc. A. CXXXIX. 558 "A study was made of the rate of elongation of cylinders of unyeasted dough hung vertically by their upper ends and allowed to extend under the action of gravity... It has been found convenient to mark on the dough cylinders a series of fine parallel lines accurately spaced 1 mm. apart. The marks were made by successive turns of a fine wire wrapped round a frame, which are wetted with enamel, the marks remaining wet long enough to be subsequently printed off on to a strip of duplicator paper... The print (which may be called a *rheogram) is available for whatever analysis appears suitable. (1933)"
  5660.   (1934.1) A. F. Johnson Type Design 31 "The French `lettre bâ.tarde' then passed out of use..but in Germany the Bastarda has remained the national type. (1934)"
  5661.   (1934.2) A. Toynbee Study of Hist. II. 79 "This region remained unhellenized much longer than many places that were far more distant from the Aegean. (1934)"
  5662.   (1934.3) A. L. Albert Electr. Communication xi. 282 "It remained for Pupin successfully to solve the difficult problem of loading... His method is known as the series or Pupin system of loading. (1934)"
  5663.   (1934.4) A. Huxley Beyond Mexique Bay 255 "You cannot teach primitive Indians to practise the Neo-Malthusian techniques and expect them to remain primitive Indians. (1934)"
  5664.   (1934.5) C. D. Broad Five Types Ethical Theory vii. 257 "Those theories which hold that ethical characteristics can be analysed without remainder into non-ethical ones may be called..Naturalistic Theories. (1934)"
  5665.   (1934.6) F. R. Dulles Lowered Boats iv. 45 "Only the little `plum-pud'ners' of Rhode Island remained wholly true to the Greenland whale. (1934)"
  5666.   (1934.7) F. W. Cousens Dogs &. their Managem. v. 83 "When the stud dog is unable to `tie' a bitch, he is unable to remain sufficiently long in position to impregnate the bitch properly. (1934)"
  5667.   (1934.8) H. H. Gowen Hist. Religion, xxiii. 347 "When the tenth Guru died the succession was regarded as closed and the Adi Granth remained the sole authority. (1934)"
  5668.   (1934.9) J. A. Sinclair Airships in Peace &. War iv. 84, "I had remained inside the control car with only the elevator-man and we both left the ship [sc. a zeppelin]. (1934)"
  5669.   (1934.10) L. W. Sharp Introd. Cytol. (ed. 3) x. 136 "Of considerable interest are those nuclei in which every chromosome of the telophase group forms an individual vesicle, or karyomere. In some cases the karyomeres may eventually fuse partially or completely, but in others they remain separate although in contact, forming what is virtually a group of small nuclei containing one chromosome each. (1934)"
  5670.   (1934.11) L. W. Sharp Introd. Cytol. 146 "The limits of the several chromosomes remain visible through this stage [sc. between mitoses] in certain nuclei; in extreme cases the nucleus is virtually a group of separate elementary nuclei, or karyomeres. (1934)"
  5671.   (1934.12) L. B. Arey Developmental Anat. (ed. 3) xv. 414 "The telencephalon consists of three regional parts. One is the corpus striatum... The second division is the rhinencephalon, or archipallium, while the remainder of the hemisphere makes up the neopallium. The last two portions comprise all of the externally visible hemispheres, and together may be called the pallium. (1934)"
  5672.   (1934.13) L. W. Sharp Introd. Cytol. (ed. 3) iii. 57 "In many nuclei there are at certain stages one or more conspicuous masses of karyotin at several points in the reticulum. Of the many terms applied to these the most suitable seems to be chromocenters... In some cases it has been shown that they represent definite chromosomal regions which remain condensed and highly chromatic... These euchromocenters appear to correspond in part to the `prochromosomes'. (1934)"
  5673.   (1934.14) Priebsch &. Collinson German Lang. ii. i. 86 "A clean cut was made between those dialects which underwent the shift and those which remained unaffected. (1934)"
  5674.   (1934.15) R. Girges Schistosomiasis v. ii. 194 "It [sc. bladder irritability] may be mistaken for enlargement of that gland and remain undiagnosed as schistosomial for a considerable period. (1934)"
  5675.   (1934.16) R. H. Lowie Introd. Cultural Anthropol. xiv. 254 "A clan including only descendants of a single ancestor is a `lineage'. Commonly it includes members of two or more lineages, but the concept remains the same. (1934)"
  5676.   (1934.17) V. G. Childe New Light on Most Anc. East iii. 52 "Remains found at Deir Tasa and other sites on the east bank of the Nile in Middle Egypt..belong to a people who have been termed Tasians. (1934)"
  5677.   (1934.18) Brit. Med. Jrnl. 21 Apr. 703/2 "The typical reaction to leprolin..when applied to healthy persons in an area free from endemic leprosy, differs from the intracutaneous tuberculin reaction in remaining for some days negative or doubtful. (1934)"
  5678.   (1934.19) Bulletin (Sydney) 16 May 20/2 "The plain turkey, or lesser bustard, one of Australia's finest gamebirds, is reported to be fading out in one of its few remaining strongholds-the great plains of Western Queensland. (1934)"
  5679.   (1934.20) Down Beat Aug. 4/2 "Oscar Eiler remains on cello... Hunter Kahler replaced George Frewit on piano... Milt. Chalifoux is still on drums, as is Ralph Mazza on guitar and violin. (1934)"
  5680.   (1934.21) Encycl. Islam IV. 1015/2 "Muhammad frequently discusses the question why mankind consists of a plurality of ummas and has not remained a unit. (1934)"
  5681.   (1934.22) Evening News 21 June 1/1 "Whatever chance England may or may not have, it will be a better one if there are two or three `quickeys' in the side in any of the remaining Tests. (1934)"
  5682.   (1934.23) Punch 7 Mar. 280/2 "Lady Placidia was a confirmed burbler, and if at times she is in danger of exceeding her burbling allowance, she remains entirely lovable and amusing. (1934)"
  5683.   (1934.24) Times Lit. Suppl. 1 Nov. 758/3 "Whether this represents a real ability to synthesize the amino-acid for all purposes, or simply a power to use dietary phenylalanine, remains an open question. (1934)"
  5684.   (1934.25) Times 22 Aug. 11/3 "A popular dodge at present is to add the word `situation' or `position' to a noun; by this means apparently it has been discovered that the most pregnant meanings can be expressed with the least effort. The `coal situation' remains unchanged; the `herring position' is grave. (1934)"
  5685.   (1935.1) A. F. Hort Garden Variety iv. 226 "Here [sc. in a box] the plantlets..will remain for weeks or months. (1935)"
  5686.   (1935.2) Bongiorno &. Livingston tr. Pareto's Mind &. Society I. i. 29 "In pure economics my hypothesis of `ophelimity'..remains experimental so long as inferences from it are held subject to verification on the facts. (1935)"
  5687.   (1935.3) Condon &. Shortley Theory of Atomic Spectra iii. 165 "If the atom is at a certain moment in a symmetric state it will always remain in a symmetric state. (1935)"
  5688.   (1935.4) C. Ellis Chem. Synthetic Resins I. xxviii. 612 "Avoidance of precuring during drying is essential if the molding properties of the resin are to remain unimpaired. (1935)"
  5689.   (1935.5) Huxley &. Haddon We Europeans v. 161 "Evolutionary branches may..unite again after they have diverged and then either rebranch or remain united. (1935)"
  5690.   (1935.6) J. N. Friend Text-bk. Physical Chem. 81 "As the solvent and catalyst molecules remain virtually constant in amount, many reactions that really are polymolecular are found to conform to the requirements of the monomolecular law. (1935)"
  5691.   (1935.7) L. L. Snyder From Bismarck to Hitler viii. 81 "Only in their outer forms will Japan and other `bearers of civilization' remain Asiatic; inwardly they will become Aryanized. (1935)"
  5692.   (1935.8) M. M. Atwater Murder in Midsummer xxviii. 261 "Of the big-time news-hawks who had gathered in Keedora, only Matter remained. (1935)"
  5693.   (1935.9) M. Schubiger Role of Intonation in Spoken Eng. 2 "Word-order can remain unaltered, and then the different intonation, the rising instead of the falling tune, is the sole bearer of the interrogative relation. (1935)"
  5694.   (1935.10) W. Fortescue Perfume from Provence 93 "What more amusing than to watch the pompous Monsieur Jeannot slip on a piece of banana skin and skid into a heap of oranges, some of which scatter under the stalls and are swiftly prigged by alert urchins, while other marketers roller-skate on the remainder? " (1935)"
  5695.   (1935.11) Amer. Speech X. 236/1 "A contributor testifies that in part of Pennsylvania, in college use, a sleep-over is a permission to stay away from church and remain in bed on Sunday morning. (1935)"
  5696.   (1935.12) Burlington Mag. June 272/2 "The question of the connexion between the carpet patterns and the wall-decoration remains difficult enough. (1935)"
  5697.   (1935.13) Chem. Abstr. XXIX. 147 "The remaining compds. of the orcinol group of Zopf have, in addn. to the depside linkage, a diphenyl ether linkage between the ortho OH groups with the consequent formation of a closed-ring structure. These compds. have been termed depsidones. (1935)"
  5698.   (1935.14) Economist 12 Oct. 712/2 "Technically, markets remain `narrow', and day-to-day price movements are correspondingly exaggerated. (1935)"
  5699.   (1935.15) Forestry IX. 43 "Raw humus is characterized by its excessive accumulation (slow decomposition), expandibility, and frequently by the presence of some structural remains of plants... [It is] characterized also by an extremely low base content. (1935)"
  5700.   (1935.16) Mind XLIV. 105 "There is a record of posthumously published remains and an interesting section on spuria. (1935)"
  5701.   (1935.17) Publ. Carnegie Inst. Washington No. 458. 97 "The general morphological features of the Pel&eacu.an summit are those of an ancient crater wall, remaining in place on all sides but one. (1935)"
  5702.   (1935.18) Times Lit. Suppl. 14 Feb. 84/2 "Human remains and objects belonging to a Chelleo-Acheulean complex were found. (1935)"
  5703.   (1935.19) W. M. Ryburn School Organization 278-80 "Kabaddi... 3. Each team consists of nine players... 5. The members of each team remain in their respective semi-circles... 10. A player scores a point for his team if he succeeds in getting back to his semicircle after touching some opponent (with the hand only) or after pushing some opponent out of his semicircle provided that he holds his breath all the time. He will say that word `kabaddi' over and over to show that he is holding his breath... An attempt by a player to touch an opponent is known as a kabaddi. (1935)"
  5704.   (1936.1) A. W. Clapham Romanesque Archit. i. 5 "Of all the various structures referred to or described by Isidore of Seville..the surviving remains are almost nil. (1936)"
  5705.   (1936.2) D. McCowan Animals Canad. Rockies xv. 134 "When a muskrat skin has been tanned and the coarse outer hair removed the remaining soft silky undercoat is known to furriers as Hudson seal. (1936)"
  5706.   (1936.3) E. Hubble Realm of Nebul&ae.aeig; ii. 47 "The remaining irregulars might be arbitrarily placed in the regular sequence as highly peculiar objects. (1936)"
  5707.   (1936.4) E. Blom et al. tr. Einstein's Short Hist. Mus. 5 "In China the development from the non-semitonal to the seven-note scale is certainly traceable, even though the old pentatonic always remained the foundation of its music. (1936)"
  5708.   (1936.5) G. B. Shaw Millionairess 117 "There remained the clauses of the Versailles Treaty by which Germany was to be kept in a condition of permanent, decisive, and humiliating military inferiority to the other Powers. (1936)"
  5709.   (1936.6) H. L. Campbell Metal Castings iii. 53 "Slush castings are produced by pouring the low-melting alloys of lead, antimony, and zinc into metal molds and, after a short interval, slushing out the metal which remains in a liquid state. (1936)"
  5710.   (1936.7) J. G. Cozzens Men &. Brethren II. 175 "Ernest..leafed over the remaining letters. (1936)"
  5711.   (1936.8) M. Allis Eng. Prelude xxiv. 176 "London remains the great metropolis, but those of the Midlands give an impression of giantism London lacks. (1936)"
  5712.   (1936.9) R. Croft-Cooke Darts vii. 44 "Of all the lesser-known games which can be played on a dart-board, there is none which combines such fascinating elements as Shanghai. And it remains exciting till the very last throw. (1936)"
  5713.   (1936.10) R. Campbell Mithraic Emblems 89 "A spread-winged ph&oe.nix from its ash The Cross remained against the sky. (1936)"
  5714.   (1936.11) Discovery Jan. 25/1 "Only about 50,000 acres of Breckland remain at the present moment as heathland. (1936)"
  5715.   (1936.12) Discovery Nov. 355/2 "The development of newer industries is vital to the recovery of our distressed areas, which remain the one black spot in the otherwise remarkable position of Great Britain. (1936)"
  5716.   (1936.13) Discovery Nov. 355/2 "The development of newer industries is vital to the recovery of our distressed areas, which remain the one black spot in the otherwise remarkable position of Great Britain. (1936)"
  5717.   (1936.14) Jrnl. R. Aeronaut. Soc. XL. 191 "The radiated field pattern should therefore remain constant from day to day. There was no evidence whatsoever that atmospheric conditions had any effect on the *field patterns. (1936)"
  5718.   (1936.15) N.Y. Times 30 Jan. 7/6, "1000 workers of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company remained idle in a `sit down' protest. (1936)"
  5719.   (1936.16) Proc. R. Soc. A. CLIV. 68 "For any given street the distance between consecutive vortices remains remarkably constant. (1936)"
  5720.   (1936.17) Proc. Prehist. Soc. II. 25 "At Avebury and at Arbor Low there are remains of more complex structures, sometimes known as coves. (1936)"
  5721.   (1936.18) Times Lit. Suppl. 6 June 479/4 "In spite of Cromwellian `slighting' and the quarrying of local builders and road-makers, so much..still remains. (1936)"
  5722.   (1936.19) Writer's Digest Oct. 4 "Discounting any possible editorial finageling..the solid fact remains that opposing politically minded people do cancel subscriptions. (1936)"
  5723.   (1936.20) Yale Rev. XXV. 288 "Other steps essential to a well-rounded career service remain to be taken... The prospect of permanent undersecretaryships for career men needs to be realized. (1936)"
  5724.   (1936.21) M. Innes Death at President's Lodging ix. 164 "Appleby had brought out his notebook-not without a certain diffidence over the remains of the Dean's elegant and *un&dubh.policemanly luncheon. (1936)"
  5725.   (1937.1) A. Christie Dumb Witness vii. 68 "Though an attractive specimen of what the guidebook calls Early Perp. it [sc. a church] had been so conscientiously restored in Victorian vandal days that little of interest remained. (1937)"
  5726.   (1937.2) B. H. L. Hart Europe in Arms xvii. 231 "Some doubt must remain..as to the ability of horse-minded soldiers to become mechanically minded. (1937)"
  5727.   (1937.3) Best &. Taylor Physiol. Basis Med. Pract. lxiii. 1418 "The laminated cortex, which in man constitutes the remaining eleven-twelfths [of the cortical area] and in animals is a much smaller fraction of the whole, is called the isocortex. (1937)"
  5728.   (1937.4) Epstein &. Sisco Alloys Iron &. Carbon II. x. 369 "All the remaining austenite changes to ferrite and cementite; the remaining cementite has, therefore, still to be graphitized. (1937)"
  5729.   (1937.5) F. Borkenau Spanish Cockpit iii. 232 "The anxious question `Will they come back to-night?' remained and racked the nerves of the Valencians. (1937)"
  5730.   (1937.6) I. C. C. Tchaperoff Man. Radiol. Diagnosis iv. 167 "The emphysematous area remains transparent in the radiograph of full expiration, whereas the normal areas become more opaque on expiration. (1937)"
  5731.   (1937.7) M. Covarrubias Island of Bali v. 108 "The sat&eacu. can be made of pork or chicken, but turtle remains the favourite of the Balinese of Den Pasar. (1937)"
  5732.   (1937.8) R. I. Aaron John Locke ii. iii. 121 "These accounts would have been the same if Locke had never adopted the representationalist position... Though nominally Locke remains representationalist in his explanation of the knowledge we have of our minds, actually he proceeds as if we know ourselves and our operations directly. (1937)"
  5733.   (1937.9) R. E. Grim et al. in Amer. Mineralogist XXII. 816 "There remains only the alternative of giving a new name to the mica occurring in argillaceous sediments, and the term illite, taken from the State of Illinois, is here proposed. It is not proposed as a specific mineral name, but as a general term for the clay mineral constituent of argillaceous sediments belonging to the mica group. (1937)"
  5734.   (1937.10) Wodehouse Lord Emsworth &. Others ii. 96 "Can I count on your co-operation?.. Sit in, and I shall be able to marry the girl I adore. Refuse to do your bit, and I drift through the remainder of my life a soured, blighted bachelor. (1937)"
  5735.   (1937.11) Wooldridge &. Morgan Physical Basis Geogr. xiii. 177 "If the active deepening of the valleys is continued after the stage of mature dissection, the ridge-crests will remain sharp. (1937)"
  5736.   (1937.12) Amer. Speech XII. 100 "The public is..not so accustomed to stand by organist or pianist, an artist who remains on call for emergency work. (1937)"
  5737.   (1937.13) Bull. Amer. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists XXI. 1079 "A study of wildcat drilling in the Gulf Coast Plains during 1935 and 1936 indicates that between 7 and 11 per cent of all such holes opened new oil or gas pools, the remaining 93-89 per cent having been dry. These figures speak eloquently of the risk involved in wildcat drilling. (1937)"
  5738.   (1937.14) Discovery Oct. 277/2 "Since the reaction thrust, acting from the extreme rear of the plane, is in no way different fro