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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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(87) If a general article offense has a distinct statutory purpose, courts generally find that the residuum prong is not met.
This study's objective was to present and evaluate a residuum scanning and analysis methodology that incorporates automated, objective shape characterization.
Dermo liner was applied to the participant residuum properly and cellophane was applied on the liner to protect it.
Because the crude oils processed at US refineries are not producing enough residuum, US refineries have been forced to source more from other refineries overseas that process heavier crudes or lack their own coking facilities.
Therefore the comparison drawn here, between Booth--Woodall's real interest--and Marx, purports to be founded on the fact that both developed their ideas substantially as a response to their experiences and understandings of the 'London residuum', that is, all those on negligible or nil incomes, the working poor and poor marginalised by incipient capitalism in Britain during the latter half of the nineteenth century.
The residuum was what some social commentators in the middle 19th century called people in London who were outside the industrial advance and were either unemployed or rarely employed.
Residuum by Tansy Davies will be performed this autumn and the second by Errollyn Wallen will be premiered next spring.
A residuum offibrinoid necrosis is still identified below the surface (figure, C).
Stories are the residuum and stimulus of our collective experience.
Typical Middle Eastern crude contains from 20 to 25 percent residuum, or unusable oil naturally occurring in the barrel, and up to 5 percent asphaltenes, or thick petroleum byproduct, according to SulphCo.
Wohl's portrayal of London as 'the metropolis of slums' as well as that of empire has much more to say about class, and especially the relationship between the 'respectable' working classes and the 'residuum', than about gender, which (in keeping with the predominant academic discourses of the time) is almost invisible.
Stations TRC and KOC, which are of similar azimuths show fairly different residuum values, however these results are within determined error limits--see Fig.