A piece of cloth or carpeting left when the greater part has been used or sold
A surviving trace
a remnant of the past
A small minority of people who will remain faithful to God and so be saved (in allusion to biblical prophecies concerning Israel)
leftover: a small part or portion that remains after the main part no longer exists
end: a piece of cloth that is left over after the rest has been used or sold
Remnant is a Roman Catholic band formed in 1998 in Arlington, Texas. Remnant was one of 250 performers selected to play at World Youth Day in Toronto, Canada. in July 2002 and in Cologne, Germany in 2005. ...
The remnant is a recurring theme throughout the Hebrew and Christian Bible. The Anchor Bible Dictionary describes it as "What is left of a community after it undergoes a catastrophe.""Remnant". Anchor Bible Dictionary V:669. ...
Remnant is a fictional character, owned by Marvel Comics, who exists in the universe of the Squadron Supreme.
In Seventh-day Adventist theology, there will be an end time remnant of believers who are faithful to God.
The Remnant is the first full length album by Christian metal band The Remnant before they changed their name to Becoming the Archetype for legal reasons. It was released independently.
The Remnant is a Christian Hip-Hop group based in Atlanta. Current members of The Remnant include Just John, Adan Genesis, and Tribe1.
The Remnant: On the Brink of Armageddon is the tenth book in the Left Behind series written by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins and published in 2002. ...
The small portion remaining of a larger thing or group; The remaining fabric at the end of the bolt; An unsold end of piece goods, as cloth, ribbons, carpets, etc
The remaining "Anointed" still on the earth today numbering approximately 8,000. See Anointedand Organization.
purchasing unsold inventory at the last minute at a significantly reduced cost.
or Remnant Church Internal term used to describe the Seventh-day Adventist movement. Should not be used when writing for public unless part of a quote.
With respect to glacial geology, a remnant is an isolated melting mass of ice that has become detached from its source and the remainder of the glacier. Some remnants cover many square miles. Source: Bruce Molnia
A short piece of carpet from a roll of carpet that usually measures less than nine feet long. Smooth surfaced flooring (tiles, strips or sheet goods) manufactured by combining a plastic material with filler and pigments, then processed into sheets of different thicknesses. ...
A small piece of caret left from a roll, measuring less than nine feet long.
Advertising that is sold for low rates, typically through networks. It is known as “remnant” because advertisers buying from a network don’t know exactly which sites their ads will be displayed on, and so they pay a lower CPM or CPC rate.
Leftover pieces of fabric, carpet, or other flooring. To patch a carpet you will need to cut out the damaged spot and replace it with remnants that you saved when the carpet was installed.
Unused or unsold piece of fabric or trim.
(fundamental belief 13) - There will be an end-time remnant who keep the commandments of God and have "the testimony of Jesus" (Revelation 12:17). This remnant proclaims the "three angels' messages" of Revelation 14:6-12 to the world.
exiles and former exiles who remained faithful to G-d while they were away from the land of Israel
the part of a community or nation that remains after a dreadful judgment or devastating calamity, especially those who have escaped and remain to form the nucleus of a new community (Is. 10:20-23). ...
A portion of something that is left over; a remainder.
Print advertising that runs on a space-available basis, generally at a discount to the rate card.