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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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They show that at several points in time a small but disproportionately female part of our sample was residually NLF.
Elsewhere I have described Burmese intellectual culture as "residually oral", referring to the continued importance of the oral transmission of knowledge, even if supported through texts, together with the continued importance of rote learning of knowledge organized into units that are easily memorized.
resonance (having Residually (1 been deceived in participant) with the their private life) three characters, and because because memories of of their own different times of his suffering life.
Lemma 4 ([10, Lemma 2.3.2]) Let G be a residually finite group and F a finite subset of G not containing [1.sub.G].
Because BEA prepares its estimates of state and local government purchases of intermediate goods and services residually by subtracting items that are not included in intermediate goods and services from current operating expenditures of state and local governments, which are based on Census Bureau data, the contributions to defined contribution plans other than TIAA/CREF are currently included in the NIPA estimates of intermediate goods and services.
Power was dispersed throughout society: to government, to voters, to unions, and to managers, as well as, residually and insignificantly, to owners of capital.
The default rule of contracts is that a party who assigns (or more formally, "delegates" (43)) her contractual obligations to a third party remains residually liable, as a surety, to her original contractual counterparty in case the assignee fails to perform.
This is one of the peculiarities of my own eyesight, one of a range of visual stresses that continue, if residually, following my allergic reaction to the medical diagnostic use of an intravenous X-ray contrast (dye) more than 20 years ago.
Every semester, more and more of my students are convinced that slavery did not exist until Americans instituted it, and that it does not exist now anywhere in the world except residually in the United States.
Although the key issues that informed the first mission and evangelism document in 1982 are residually still relevant in our age, the missional landscape has radically changed and demands an in-depth review of the understanding and practice of mission and evangelism.
And, indeed, no malice, no agenda, no pursuit other than that of categorical verification motivated them to determine that the genetic markers residually remaining on the banana peel did not match those of the alleles located at various points on the fetal chromosomes.
Its focus is a group's practices of collective remembrance that are accessible to the stranger either residually (e.g., via monuments in public areas) or purposefully (e.g., in the multilingual 1918 exhibit at Vapriikki).