Residuum


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Residuum

That which remains after any process of separation or deduction; a balance; that which remains of a decedent's estate after debts have been paid and gifts deducted.

See: balance, remainder, residual, surplus
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The clamshell devices restored the distal excursion of the CoP (Figure 3(b)-(c)) such that the peak GRFs (Figures 2(b)-(c)) were borne by the prosthetic forefoot well beyond the distal end of the residuum (40% of shoe length).
Note that loosening the Velcro straps merely simulated a scenario in which relative movement was likely to occur between either the residuum and shoe or residuum and device, as has been described in previous investigations [10] and reported anecdotally in clinical practice.
Osseointegration has reasonable indications for an amputee with a short residuum of one-third of a limb segment or shorter.
In osseointegration, a titanium fixture is inserted into the bone remnant of the residuum and a skin-penetrating abutment is used for attaching the prosthesis.
a) Translucent Stieda body (SB) and sporocyst residuum (SR); b) polar granule (PG) and oocyst wall (OW).
However, discomfort and residuum pain are common among individuals with amputations [10-12].
Faced with declining residuums, the ability to use donors' funds immediately rather than later may be attractive, particularly for those charities that have time-sensitive objectives.
It would have dropped even further if US refineries had not increased the amount of residuum imported from older and less sophisticated refineries in the former Soviet Union, North and West Africa to reprocess it.
The clotted residuum of A-level work was noticeable in a clutch of questions," the history teacher said.
E uma importante sintese de dados sobre estas obras (Ordo Querimoniae prefati discriminis, Replicatio sermonum a prima conuersione e Quod de superioribus querimoniis residuum sequitur), incluindo sobre a sua tradicao manuscrita, dilucidando alguns aspectos de muito interesse e proporcionando numerosa informacao sobre estrutura, fontes e topicos.
Heavy fuel oil is made from the residuum by "cutting," or adding one of the lighter fuels (such as diesel) to thin the residuum and make it easier to use.
For at least the past decade, studies have emerged to point out that native converts did not endure an either/or transition but rather created new cultural amalgams that preserved a strong residuum of traditional identities and blended with them many aspects of Christianity in creatively syncretistic ways.