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re·sid·u·al

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

re·sid·u·al

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

re·sid·u·al

(rē-zid'yū-ăl)
Relating to or of the nature of a residue.
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According to Ryan Schuler, environmental compliance supervisor for Illinois American Water and manager of the residual and biosolid reuse program, the partnership is a best practice supported by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
These have motivated the researchers to modify the corrected Pearson residuals [7] to adapt to the problems related to multiple outliers.
Murawski, Fitchburg is like many other state cities and towns, that face long-term management issues for wastewater treatment sludge residuals.
Residuals are calculated "at source," meaning that, for example, residuals on DVD revenue are calculated based on the amount retail stores pay to the owner of the content (usually a studio), not based on the (higher) amount the consumer pays.
While SAG receives more than $2 million a day in residuals on behalf of the actors it represents, the payments get a relatively scant amount of attention.
In 2002, the Composite Panel Association (CPA) commissioned a project with the overall objective of "characterizing the landscape of common practices related to disposal and recycling issues for the composite panel industry." The study was conceived because CPA members had shown interest in promoting greater utilization of industrial composite wood panels and residuals generated during their manufacture, and conversion of these materials into furniture, cabinetry, architectural millwork, and other finished products.
(200lb) analyzed tag-recovery data of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) in South Carolina and found systematic patterns along the diagonals in the upper right corner of the residuals matrix.
Foundries remain responsible for their residuals cradle to grave, period.
This study argues that managers can and should increase the efficiency of their organizations by exploiting the residuals their organizations produce.
Since the fundamental shocks to the system [[Epsilon].sub.1t] and [[Epsilon].sub.2t] are assumed to be contemporaneously uncorrelated we can consistently estimate equation (8b) using as instruments p lags of [Delta][a.sub.t], p lags of [Z.sub.t] and [Mathematical Expression Omitted] - the IV residuals from equation (8a[prime]).