Remandment

Re*mand"ment

(-ment), n. A remand.
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Rem"a*nence

(r?m"?*nens),

Rem"a*nen*cy

(-nen*s?), } n. [Cf. OF. remanence, LL. remanentia, fr. L. remanens. See Remanent, a.] The state of being remanent; continuance; permanence. [R.] Jer. Taylor.
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The remanence of the will in the fallen spirit.
Coleridge.
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