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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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The Audi S5 provides the best residual values to its owners, more than other luxury sports cars, according to ALG.
The conflict surrounds ABC's informing the unions Monday that they intend to pay residuals to artists based on the current videocassette formula that union leaders say no longer reflects rapidly changing technology.
The changes to the residual loss derivation are intended to account for the elevated residual loss levels observed in recent experience as well as the incremental risks that material model, segment and residual maturity concentrations present to auto lease ABS.
For the 2014 model year, trucks continue to hold their value better than cars, with the average 60-month residual value across all trucks at 41.
Each type of content (and platform) has a different residual formula, but here's an example of one, courtesy of attorney Jonathan Handel.
To measure the residual stresses are not yet available a simple and sophisticated methods.
861-8 provides a two-step process in which these expenses are charged against gross income; first, expenses are allocated to the classes of gross income to which they are definitely related and, second, they are apportioned (within the class(es) of gross income) among statutory and residual groupings of gross income.
Engineering decisions require reliable quantitative data, and x-ray diffraction (XRD) residual stress measurement provides this data.
Editorial deals with the investigation of biosolids from the treatment of water, residual wastes from municipalities and industries, policy analysis, process controls, economics and the management of toxic residuals.
A new family of non-chlorinated, nonflammable, non-ozone-depleting, and non-carcinogenic flushing solvents for polyurethane equipment reduces costs by leaving less residual contamination in the mixhead.
The revised rule addresses the risk-based capital treatment for recourse obligations, residual interests (except credit-enhancing I/Os), direct-credit substitutes, and senior subordinated securities in asset securitizations that expose banking organizations (including bank holding companies) primarily to credit risk.
One of the standards groups within NAPM conducted extensive research and testing and verified that residual thiosulfate in processed film can have a deleterious effect on silver film images.
While both the fusion zone and the heat affected zone are small, about one millimeter, the cooling rates are high so that very high residual stresses are generated.