All stories enwrapped in this literature have this attempt to find consolation in inevitability: the certainty of living with vestigial belief systems and adherences.
This means that the essentially linguistic nature of these pursuits is adulterated; they are vestigial modes of the old ‘logic.’
I think that Bob Carr is using you to score political points and any vestigial respect I felt for him has vanished in a puff of political posturing.
The show is about an evil man with some vestigial traces of a conscience making his way in a world that has decided that feeling warm and fuzzy about yourself is more important than being a decent person.
Nipples in men are similarly vestigial , Dr. Lloyd pointed out.
Despite vestigial temperence tendencies, Camberwell even boasts a pub, the Palace, which used to be a regular meat market on Saturday nights, until a vegan action group forced its closure.
Some form of proportional representation was the key to ensuring that Scottish Labour could never rule alone - its vestigial leftist tendencies would always be constrained by the need for coalition partners.
Now whether it's a vestigial remnant of a day past is something that I question very much.
This is a good thing for me, since my particular configuration of openness, cleverness and vestigial youth tends to make even my most loved ones a little wary of what I'm going to ask of them next.
By Monday night, though, in his 48-hour-warning speech, the references to international law and the United Nations had become vestigial .