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residue

n. in a will, the assets of the estate of a person who has died with a will (died testate) which are left after all specific gifts have been made. Typical language: "I leave the rest, residue and remainder [or just residue] of my estate to my grandchildren." If the residue is not given to any beneficiary it will be distributed pursuant to the laws of descent and distribution. (See: will, residuary bequest, descent and distribution)

See: balance, overage, remainder, residual, reversion, surplus

residue

in the law of succession, the part of an estate left over after legacies and bequests have been met.

RESIDUE. That which remains of something after taking away a part of it; as, the residue of an estate, which is what has not been particularly devised by will.
     2. A will bequeathing the general residue of personal property, passes to the residuary legatee everything not otherwise effectually disposed of and it makes no difference whether a legacy falls into the estate by lapse, or as void at law, the next of kin is equally excluded. 15 Ves. 416; 2 Mer. 392. Vide 7 Ves. 391; 4 Bro. C. C. 55; 1 Bro. C. C. 589; Rop. on Leg. Index, h.t.; Worth. on Wills, 454.

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Based on the level of pesticide residue detected in the sample, adverse health effects will not be caused under usual consumption," he added.
Samples were immediately brought to Pesticide Residue and Food Safety Laboratory of National Institute of Food Science and Technology, in University of Agriculture, Faisalabad with minimum delay after harvesting and extracted for targeted insecticide residues as explained below.
New Delhi [India], Feb 8 ( ANI ): India's biggest power producer NTPC on Thursday opened bids for procuring 1,000 metric tonnes per day of agro residue based fuel for its 2,650 MW Dadri power plant in the National Capital Region as part of initiatives to help clean air and provide farmers with an alternate to burning crop residues, a major contributor to pollution.
26 mg/kg, respectively and levels exceeded maximum residue limits (MRLs) from the Districts of Bahawalpur and Multan based on European Commission (EC) Regulation in honey.
b-glucosidase enzyme activity significantly increased with the amendment of biogas residue compared to control, but there is no significant change between the rates of biogas residue.
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Food and Drug Administration analysis of milk samples from nearly 2,000 dairy farms clearly demonstrate that regulations to keep drug residues out of milk are effective in protecting public health, according to the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF).
In pe present study it was observed pat washing reduced pe residue of fat soluble pesticides greater than 15% whereas water soluble pesticides by greater than 19%.