According to tradition, that's what Oliver Cromwell told the English “rump parliament” when he dissolved it in 1653.
The rump euro zone would be stronger, and currencies can do pretty well during a crisis, depending on how the central bank reacts.
But then a rump faction—AAPS teems with rump factions—mounted a very convincing case for Vice President Joe Biden.
According to SEC filings, it is this rump company which will be left with liability for any crimes.
Could this rump effort of 100 bipartisan House members and 40 bipartisan senators move the boulder?
There was usually a rump steak and potatoes, bread and "creamery" butterine, and the inevitable New England doughnuts.
Take four or five pounds of the middle of the rump, the flank or the round.
This is distinguishable from the foregoing species by its smaller size, and in having the rump velvety black instead of crimson.
Ye ride sae near the rump, ye'll let nane loup on ahint you.
Gaines slid an instrument back into the pouch of his suit, and patted the robot's rump.
"hind-quarters, buttocks of an animal," mid-15c., from a Scandinavian source (cf. Danish, Norwegian rumpe, Swedish rumpa), from or corresponding to Middle Dutch romp, German Rumpf "trunk, torso." Sense of "small remnant" derives from "tail" and is first recorded 1640s in reference to the English Rump Parliament (December 1648-April 1653). As an adjective from c.1600.