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  • n. Plural form of vestige.

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Examples

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  • Long assumed to be vestiges from the time when whale ancestors had body hair, it now seems that these structures have a role in sensing vibrations.

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  • There were no leeches, no film or scum or snapping turtles, no monstrous vestiges from the Cretaceous Age lurking in the depths.

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  • And I knew that the falling wreckage might contain vestiges of personal friends; certainly acquaintances.

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  • It certainly would have been more liberating than just being confined in a memory chamber where periodically he could recall vestiges of family happiness enough to remember some specifics but otherwise only felt their deep residue.

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  • If the Clinton's still have a penny to their name, that penny should go to paying down the "vestiges" of her debt.

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  • What is left in that apartment are what could all too easily be termed "vestiges" of a lifetime.

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  • In 1986, after nine years of litigation about removing the "vestiges" of segregation, a district judge, Russell Clark, decided that that goal justified judicial Caesarism.

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  • Add to this the fact that in these communities those 'vestiges' (including rampant violence, homelessness, poor schools and poor services) perpetuate themselves from one generation to the next and there is a strong argument for the Federal government to push for affirmative action plans (say, based on income rather than race) in order to end it.

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