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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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ALG publishes the "Automotive Lease Guide" - the standard for Residual Value projections in North America, and has been forecasting automotive residual values for over 40 years in both the U.
We believe that the residual for sales and permanent downloads of programs to the iPod is covered by the home video residual formula,'' the network stated.
The degree of delignification measured as a change in kappa number based on actual residual lignin was 50%, with 15% from HexA and 33% from extractives.
The conclusion that X is insulated from any significant economic consequence of the headlease residual is further supported by several factors indicating that the parties expect FM to exercise the fixed-payment option.
Changes to the residual loss derivation methodology;
This calculation is based on the straight average of all trim levels of each nameplate from ALG's January/February 2010 Residual Value Forecast with volume being weighted against R.
Total quantity or scope: The total quantity of residual waste (about 70 000 t / a) is divided into the Stormarn with about 39 000 t / a and the Duchy of Lauenburg with about 31 000 t / a It is primarily concerned with the control of house removal and office waste.
Lexus' full lineup had 60-month residual values above its segment averages, except for the GS 450h," said Eric Ibara, director of residual value consulting for Kelley Blue Book.
That will complicate things in the residual space even more, said Moore, since as of now, residuals are based on a fixed license fee rather than ad revenues.
Key words: x-ray diffraction, residual stress, machined surface, Bragg law, Brag-Brentano diffractometer
In turn, we believe that rising middle distillate crack spreads could add downward pressure on residual fuel oil cracks as we enter 2010, resulting in wider light-heavy spreads and wider sulphur and viscosity differentials among residual fuels.
Summerhays, president and chief executive officer of the Workers' Compensation Fund of Utah, said state funds not only have a duty to serve the residual market, but they also have a duty to remain fiscally sound.