Remaining

  • (adj): Being the remaining one or ones of several.
    Example: "Tried to sell the remaining books"
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Some articles on remaining:

Win My Wage - Format
... eliminate the lower wages first in order to keep the highest prizes remaining ... Five significant facts are revealed about each of the seven remaining wage-earners ... The contestant learns more about the remaining wage-earners' school days ...
Distribution Constant - Expression
... the calculation of the concentration of remaining analyte in the solution, even after a number of solvent extractions have occurred ... Thus, the concentration of A remaining in an aqueous solution after i extractions with an organic solvent can be found using (where i is the concentration of A remaining after extracting ...
Winner (card Game) - Scoring
... that after a game each player with cards remaining scores -1 point for each, unless they have 10 or more remaining, in which they score -2 for each ... score +33.) Likewise for a 3-player game, a player with 17 cards remaining is deducted triple points ... more than 11 cards and less than 17 cards remaining is deducted double points ...
Jonah Lomu Rugby - Unlockables
... extra time, 1995 Wales vs Ireland, 16-21, 6 mins remaining 2nd half, 1995 Australia vs Ireland, 20-23, 47 secs remaining 2nd half, 1991 England vs Australia, 19-22, 6 mins ...
Kuwaiti Detainees At Guantanamo Bay
... member of a human rights delegation which met with Bush in Jerusalem, said Bush said two of the remaining four Kuwaitis would face charges before ... to Dashti According to Khaled al-Odah, one of the remaining men's father, the remaining men are Fawzi al Odah, Fouad al Rabia, Khaled al Mutairi, and Faiz al Kandari ... the USA has agreed to return two of the remaining four detainees ...

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Famous quotes containing the word remaining:

    Confronted with the impossibility of remaining faithful to one’s beliefs, and the equal impossibility of becoming free of them, one can be driven to the most inhuman excesses.
    James Baldwin (1924–1987)

    In every ascetic morality man prays to one part of himself as God, and to do so he finds it necessary to demonize the remaining part.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    People who shut their eyes to reality simply invite their own destruction, and anyone who insists on remaining in a state of innocence long after that innocence is dead turns himself into a monster.
    James Baldwin (1924–1987)