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remanence (n.)

early 15c. (Chauliac), "remaining traces of a disease," from Old French remanence, remenence, related to remanoir "to stay, dwell, remain" (see remain (v.)). By 1660s in the general sense of "that which remains." The meaning "continuance, permanence" is by 1810 (Coleridge).

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