remain

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  • After his return he left active service but remained at half pay.
  • This line-up remained the same for much of the band's career.
  • The purpose or use of the remaining space in the center is unknown.
  • Currently, it remains one of the most developed countries in the world.
  • The site remained in operation for several years following the fire.
  • This line-up remained for the rest of the band's career.
  • Though the service is no longer offered, these laws remain in force.
  • University Hall is the only building remaining from the original six-building campus.
  • These characters would remain at the centre of the programme for many years.
  • Although his vision remained strong, he had lost the full strength of his hand.
  • The total number of games released for the system remains unknown.
  • She then offered him the remaining books, but at the same price.
  • The cultural relationship between the two countries still remain strong, particularly in sport.
  • He was replaced in the scenes remaining to be shot with a double.
  • While this opinion has remained popular, other views have been expressed as well.
  • It is the largest remaining evidence of the city's historical division.
  • For her part, she seems to have intended to remain in France.
  • The officers on board said they would remain on board until dark and then sail.
  • East Asia remains the most common media term for the region today.
  • In this role, he could and did remain active in the political life of Japan.
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Meaning of remain

  • verb Be left; of persons, questions, problems, results, evidence, etc.
    There remains the question of who pulled the trigger, Carter remains the only President in recent history under whose Presidency the U.S. did not fight a war