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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To evaluate imaging accuracy, a small, representative transtibial amputation residuum "analog" was 3-D printed in cyanoacrylate-infused powder (ZPrinter 650, 3D Systems Inc; Rock Hill, South Carolina).
US refiners have built a side business buying residuum at a discount from other refiners and reprocessing it into more valuable products and saleable coke.
The company claims that its ultrasound technology can convert up to 8D percent of the residuum and almost all of the asphaltenes to usable oil.
While most commonly referred to as Of One Blood, this text's subtitle, The Hidden Self, immediately introduces James, who wrote an essay by that name, first published in Scribner's Magazine in 1890; indeed, the title of the book that Reuel is reading when the narrative opens, The Unclassified Residuum, is a phrase borrowed from that essay.
And even then, this residuum will not stretch to the mass partisan attachments below, which offer nowhere near this picture of twists and turns, or to the divided government above - split partisan control of national government - which receives no attention in either these overall conclusions or in the elements that lead up to them.
Cokers are normally run under severe conditions ([is greater than] 500 [degrees] C) to completely convert the residuum (524 [degree] C+) to gases, distillable liquids (C-5 to 524 [degree] C) and a carbonaceous solid (toluene insoluble), called coke.
Holt began conceptualizing The Problem of Freedom in the 1980s, the era of Reaganism and the new conservatism - the old liberalism - and discovered that the readiness with which its practitioners were willing to discard peoples and nations unable to "make it" in the modern world was reminiscent of the creation of another residuum, a century or so earlier.
Goodwill definitions have evolved since that time and may be defined in two different manners today: The residuum and the excess profits approaches.
After shedding several kilometers of methane, the surface of Charon would be expected to resemble a global "moraine,' with the residuum composed of (cosmically abundant) water-ice and a "slag' of darker carbonaceous or silicaceous impurities or both.
VCC technology is a hydrogen addition technology suitable for processing refinery residuum, coal tar and coal oil mixtures into high-quality distillates or synthetic crude oil in the refining, upstream field upgrading and coal-to-liquids (CTL).
In one study, the center of pressure (CoP) remained proximal to the end of the residuum in persons with transmetatarsal (TMT) and Lisfranc amputation using toe fillers, insoles, and slipper sockets [9-10].