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REMANET, practice. The causes which are entered for trial, and which cannot be tried during tho term, are remanets. Lee's Dict. Trial, vii.; 1 Sell. Pr. 434; 1 Phil. Ev., 4.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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171 cremium dicitur illud quod, defrixis carnibus, extracta pinguedine, aridum remanet in patella; cfo Hunt, Teaching and Learning Latin 2, p.
Mr Justice Lawrance declared a remanet and adjourned the trial.
All likeness of creatures to God is deficient: that which God himself is remains hidden and unknown (hoc ipsum quod Deus est remanet occultum et ignotum, (57) "not by virtue of his obscurity, but through an abundance of clarity." (58)
(74) It may help to note that Thomas employs a very similar expression, "ipsa forma subsistens," to describe an angel: "Subtracta ergo materia, et posito quod ipsa forma subsistat non in materia, adhuc remanet comparatio formae ad ipsum esse ut potentiae ad actum.
Quo iudicio facto, remanet actio in voluntate ut eligat ex illo iudicio viam quae placet sibi.
sublata omni potentialitate materiae, remanet in eis potentia quaedam in quantum non sunt ipsum esse sed esse participant.