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Synonyms for residual

Synonyms for residual

something left after other parts have been taken away

(often plural) a payment that is made to a performer or writer or director of a television show or commercial that is paid for every repeat showing

relating to or indicating a remainder

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On the other hand, Imon and Hadi [9] proposed a generalized version of standardized Pearson residuals based on group deletion method (GSPR) to overcome the difficulty of multiple outliers detection in logistic regression.
For the most part, digital residuals for all nonlibrary (new) product represent a percentage of gross.
SAG's first residuals had come without a strike in 1952 when it worked out a deal for TV reruns.
An increase in DVD residuals had been the stated priority in their previous contract negotiations now that DVD revenue surpasses box office receipts for most films.
Second, the authors suggest that foundries sending wastes to a site where residuals generated by other facilities are present should make sure their materials are segregated.
Today, Wall Street has progressed to such a degree of sophistication that CMO residuals are available with myriad performance characteristics.
In negotiating with the Writers Guild, for instance, the AMPTP's opening gambit was to say that, since the Directors Guild of America (DGA) accepted diminished residuals in 1987, the writers had to follow suit in 1988.
Periodic residual losses are calculated as the sum of all residual losses each month divided by the securitized value of the forecasted residuals returned that same month.
The sole priority in these negotiations was to achieve a residuals increase for the actors who do this work, and we accomplished that,'' SAG President Alan Rosenberg said.
APPLICATION: By providing wastewater-treatment residuals that can be easily repulped, mills can help commercialize the production of durable concrete reinforced with these fibrous residuals.
This is not practical for today's foundrymen manufacturing CGI components since the solution factor required to generate the lower Mg residuals ranges from 1.
In an informal survey, Video Age talked to various producers and distributors about how they deal with paying residuals in today's ever-changing market.
believes that it is the largest recycler of biosolids and other organic residuals in the United States and it believes that it is the only national company focused exclusively on the estimated $8 billion organic residuals industry, which includes water and wastewater residuals.
Actors who perform in such basic-cable animated programs as "SpongeBob SquarePants" and "The Boondocks" will receive a 20 percent increase in residuals under the terms of a tentative contract agreement reached Tuesday between negotiators for the Screen Actors Guild and producers of those and other shows.
APPLICATION: The use of pulp and paper mill residuals to grow more trees is a largely unexplored benefit of papermaking.