The unexpected recovery of the lost trace
of Miss Silvester--there is no disguising it--seriously annoyed him.
My idea was to "sound" immediately under the rocks, on the chance of recovering the lost trace
of the chain at the point at which it entered the sand.
We came to the end of the stage, and still the lost trace
was not recovered.
If, however, we choose to suppose that any of the descendants of A or of I have been so much modified as to have more or less completely lost traces
of their parentage, in this case, their places in a natural classification will have been more or less completely lost,--as sometimes seems to have occurred with existing organisms.
Potassium supplements and general vitamin supplements are recommended to cover any lost trace
With regard to the missing persons, I should say that those who have lost trace
of their kith and kin deserve all sympathy.
But again, due to blind spots in the CCTV, officers lost trace
of Kelvin once again.
It has since been recovered, but many countries, particularly France, have lost trace
of many works of arts.
He said he had been admitted to a psychiatric hospital in 1985 but doctors later lost trace
He said he had been admitted to a psychiatric hospital in 1985, but doctors later lost trace
It was never played for again but Hallam, the world's second oldest club, lost trace
The first exhibition, Director's Cut, recaptures lost traces
of Birmingham's cinema heritage.
During the prelude of Das Rheingold, everyday people walked quickly in an endless human flow along the Rhein, throwing scraps into the current, a metaphor for the lost traces
Gillian Beer shrewdly observes (in a passage quoted in this volume's introduction) that since "we cannot know extensively who tuned into whom or how hard they listened," we must only imagine the lost traces
of the influence a broadcaster might have had on a fellow writer or artist (14).
As the urban center grew it never lost traces
of this history.