The current penalties, albeit very deep, will allow the program and remnants of the Paterno culture to continue.
Lower-mass black holes, such as Cygnus X-1, are the remnants of very massive stars; those are a story for another day.
On Giglio, the remnants of the disaster will never go away even after the Concordia is towed from its shores.
The remnants of the fighting were all around: broken glass in storefronts, shot-up cars and demolished walls.
He sought out the remnants of Siam in Thailand, and Rhodesia in Zimbabwe, and Leningrad in St. Petersburg.
The remnants of feudalism were swept away—the landed proprietors being indemnified by the state for the loss they sustained.
By morning the remnants of the British force were in desperate straits.
There are still some remnants of Ciceronian smoothness, but these are evidently survivals.
It was still strewn with the remnants of our meal and with empty bottles.
From the remnants of the breakfast the dinner buckets were filled and the men went away to their work.
late 14c., contraction of remenant (c.1300), from Old French remanant "rest, remainder, surplus," noun use of present participle of remanoir "to remain" (see remain (v.)). Specific sense of "end of a piece of drapery, cloth, etc." is recorded from early 15c. An Old English word for "remnant" was endlaf.