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re·sid·u·al

(rē-zid'yū-ăl),
Relating to or of the nature of a residue.

residual

[rizij′o̅o̅·əl]
Etymology: L, residuum, remainder
1 adj, pertaining to the part of something that remains after an activity that removes the bulk of the substance.
2 n, (in psychology), an aftereffect of an experience that influences latent behavior.

re·sid·u·al

(rē-zid'yū-ăl)
Relating to or of the nature of a residue.

residual

remaining

re·sid·u·al

(rē-zid'yū-ăl)
Relating to or of the nature of a residue.

residual,

adj pertaining to the portion of something that remains after an activity that removes the bulk of the substance; usually refers to the amount of air remaining in the lungs at the end of a maximum expiration.

residual

remaining or left behind.

residual body
an amorphous body formed by the separation of the original tail of the spermatid during its metamorphosis to spermatozoon.
residual spray
insecticide spray for surfaces. Has a residual effect either because of the ingredient or the vehicle. Aimed at killing the larvae that are still to hatch.
residual urine
urine remaining in the bladder after voiding; seen with bladder outlet obstruction and disorders affecting nerves controlling bladder function.
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In [6], Kahrobaei proved the generalized free product of two finitely generated solvable groups amalgamated by central subgroups is a solvable extension of a residually solvable group and, hence, is residually solvable.
At the same time, the dependence of the tradeoff between the optimal capital income and consumption taxes upon the degree of congestion, obtained previously in models where investment is determined residually, extends to the present framework.
Assume that a professional suffered a disability and was either totally disabled or residually disabled for one year or longer.
The first question that arises is that given that exports are bought residually at unchanging prices, what keeps this economy away from full employment?
In this article, export statistics have been used to estimate the share of domestic sales residually.
Bonnet's decentering of the Chain of Being through his provocative statement that an elephant could be a Leibniz is residually anthropological in its use of a human to transvalue the animal.
If the "white ages", historically, are now on the wane or moving to the Middle East, residually, they are still alive and exploiting Congo.
The expenditures total (as adjusted) for a program is then classified by type of NIPA expenditure--for example, transfer payments and interest paid--with non-defense consumption expenditures and gross investment determined residually.
Profits are residually determined but all markets will be cleared each time period regardless of the level of profits for the monopolistic producers.
The measure estimates the private capital outflow residually, under the assumption that the difference between the recorded inflow and the recorded uses of foreign capital is the unrecorded private use of foreign capital abroad.
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But for Smith's recent outing--his first at Luhring Augustine--he mostly jettisoned the autograph (hooked Js still surface residually here and there, but gone were canvases crammed full of letters).