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residue

 [rez´ĭ-doo]
a remainder; that which remains after the removal of other substances; in organic chemistry a portion of a molecule that is incorporated into another molecule, e.g., an amino acid residue of a polypeptide.

res·i·due

(rez'i-dū),
That which remains after removal of one or more substances.
Synonym(s): residuum
[L. residuum]

res·i·due

(rez'i-dū)
That which remains after removal of one or more substances.
Synonym(s): residuum.
[L. residuum]

residuum

(re-zij'yu-um) (re-zij'u-a) plural.residua [L. residuum, left over] Residue.
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Residuum imports have more than tripled, from just 100,000 barrels per day in 2002 to 343,000 last year, and 320,000 in the first seven months of 2012.
The CoP remained proximal to the distal end of the residuum until after contralateral heel contact in both the BA and FREE conditions.
In order for hydrogen to prevent coke formation without changing the rate of residuum conversion, hydrogen must react with one radical and not the other, suggesting that the reactivity of the two radicals is very different.
middendorfi in Russia were reported to lack a Stieda body and discernible sporocyst residuum (Arnastauskene, 1980).
However, the demonstrator pointed out the layer of pus between the abutment and skin of the residuum (Figure 1), which was an obvious indicator that an infection-free seal did not exist around the abutment.
Donors are not at risk but the residuum for nonprofits might not be what they were used to during the stock market's better days.
After application of the Sonocracking process, the residuum was reduced to 15%, representing a reduction of 30%.
Tansy Davies' Residuum, commissioned by TOOTS and premiered here, takes the Tippett model for a homage to John Dowland's Lachrymae (and therefore nods to Britten, who reworked the same melody).
Indeed, though the idea of an unvariagated "slave agency" has been implicitly and explicitly critiqued in any number of books written over the past twenty-five (even seventy-five) years in, for example, the intellectual traditions of Black Marxism, Black Nationalism, and Black Feminism, the New Social History's "agency" remains, in residuum, the master trope around which historians understand arguments about slavery.
Micropyle and oocyst residuum absent; single polar granule present, ellipsoidal or dumb-bell shaped, usually attached to inner surface of oocyst wall.
KBR will license its FCC Technology for an anticipated 47,500 barrels per day (BPD) FCC unit and its Residuum Oil Supercritical Extraction (ROSE([R])) technology for a 45,000 BPD SDA unit.