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  • Natural gas, is used only as residual resource of support.
  • The right to freedom of expression has traditionally been considered as residual in character but certain types of speech are protected in positive terms.
  • This new model allowed the strong forces that held nucleons together to be felt in neighboring nucleons as residual strong forces.
  • The risk is greater, as residual interest holders are the last to be paid, but the potential gains are greater.
  • Although some scientists refer to the asteroids as residual planetesimals, other scientists consider them distinct.
  • Because the meadow has never been ploughed, it contains well preserved archaeological remains, some of which survive as residual earthworks.
  • Such newly created or circumstantially recognized privileges are referred to as residual justification privileges.
  • This flooding sometimes also uncovers the castle graves whose loosely layered soil cannot withstand storm flooding quite as well as residual soil.
  • Older lesions may display no glands but hemosiderindeposits (see photomicrograph on right) as residual.
  • It owes its present day altitude either to renewed elevations along the earlier lines or to the survival of the most resistant rocks as residual mountains.
  • This behaviour is known as residual strain and is present both in monoaxial and biaxial tests.
  • Solid chromium waste should never be thrown away, as residual CrO 3 may ignite.
  • Great care must be taken to minimize the effects of perturbing forces such as residual air resistance (even in vacuum), vibration, and magnetic forces.
  • Trailing (also known as residual or two-cycle) is an interest method of balance calculation that allow companies to reach back into previous cycles to collect interest on balances already paid off.
  • His theory of wage distribution later came to be known as residual theory and set the stage for contributions by John Bates Clark on the marginal productivity theory.
  • The bite itself should not be washed, as residual venom can be used to identify the snake, and therefore allow the selection of the appropriate antivenom.
  • Some cases of EIN are first detected as residual premalignant disease in women who already have carcinoma, whereas other EIN lesions disappear entirely and never lead to cancer.
  • The Musgrave Block is currently passive geologically, with surficial processes described as residual erosion.
  • Clay deposits may form in place as residual deposits in soil, but thick deposits usually form as the result of a secondary sedimentary deposition process after they have been eroded and transported from their original location of formation.
  • The excess cytoplasm, known as residual bodies, is phagocytosed by surrounding Sertoli cells in the testes.
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