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.

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For preemption, the inquiry is simply "whether the offense charged is composed of a residuum of elements of a specific offense." (83) An element may be deleted altogether, or it may be constructively deleted by broadening the standard set by the statute.
A residuum's volume is a common clinical measurement [3] used to identify when it has stabilized such that permanent prosthesis fitting can be attempted.
Dermo liner suspension is based on shuttle lock system, while Seal-In X5 liner has five seals around the liner for suspension conforming to the residuum shape and socket inner wall, establishing an air tight seal.
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.
Because of the high sulfur content of the residuum, burning heavy fuel oils results in more harmful emissions than alternatives such as diesel fuel.
The waste water treatment plant is generating a solid residuum that needs to be deposited.
ISTANBUL, Dec 18, 2009 (TUR) -- Turkey's leading oil refining company has agreed with a Spanish engineering contractor for its residuum upgrading project, the company said on Friday in a regulatory filing.
Whereas no author writes literature without leaving an autobiographic residuum, in the case of Schwarzenbach it represents an essential element for understanding her work as the result of tensions in a life marked by its "in-betweenness." As such, the basic conception of Inside Out suffers from a contradiction: one cannot on the one hand define Schwarzenbach's in-betweenness as the essential characteristic of her work and on the other focus on her writing in isolation of what caused this feeling of non-belonging.
I am well aware of a vast residuum of old biology residing in provincial and backward universities.
William Booth, Karl Marx and the London Residuum. Aldershot, UK and Birlington, VT, US: Ashgate.
All Oxisols have developed on mixed colluvium and residuum (Table 1).
What price the poor?; William Booth, Karl Marx and the London residuum.