"I am living on the remnants of my property," said Morris Townsend.
It seemed to her now that she could marry him without the remnant of a scruple or a single tremor save those that belonged to joy.
There were portions left over, light remnants and snippets of irony, which she never knew what to do with, which seemed too delicate for her own use; and yet Catherine, lamenting the limitations of her understanding, felt that they were too valuable to waste and had a belief that if they passed over her head they yet contributed to the general sum of human wisdom.
There are no more uses of "remnant" in the book.
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They are working to eliminate remnants of al-Qaeda in that area.