from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who remains.
  • n. Same as remainder. 2.


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  • With type at a certain size, a line was extended so that it wrapped around to continue below the original line and pushed the remainer of the page far to the right.

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  • I spent my day at work, covering for a colleague - but cooked chicken and leek bake for tea yum and read for the remainer of the evening.

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  • Shannon and I have one more week apart for training and then we will be back togther for the remainer of our service.

    1 more week apart

  • His love of jazz continued for the remainer of his life, and even while working the 60 Minutes shift, Bradley still made time to host the Jazz from Lincoln Center radio program heard on NPR.

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  • I bought it with the remainer of a gift certificate I got as a wedding present.

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  • How did the centripetal remainer afford egress to the centrifugal departer?


  • Every new wave is another remainer of why the obama white house imposed the moratorium in the first place.

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  • The final major -- the 92nd PGA -- also figures is predicted to face overcast conditions for the remainer of Thursday.

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  • Hey Mark Hurd - how about doing something to impress us … like give up all your bonuses and stock options and take a 99. 9\% decrease in Salary for the remainer of 2009.


  • Corovic cruised for the remainer of the set and evened the match, but Ormond jumped out to leads of 4-0 and 5-1 in the supertiebreaker before coasting to the finish line.

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  • 2016-2018 refers to people who think Britain should remain in the EU

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