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  • It may be removed from the heat a few minutes earlier, and left to cook with its residual heat.
  • Its residual spin would run the bomb down the side of the dam to its underwater base.
  • It lost its residual value under Constantine and ceased to be paid regularly in mid-4th century.
  • An observation is assigned to the model class when its residual distance from the model is below the statistical limit for the class.
  • The companion is shining by its residual heat of formation, cooling as it ages.
  • Eight years later, in 2000, the federal government sold its residual interest in the bank, effectively making it a fully privatized institution.
  • Satellite imagery revealed that its residual cloud pattern persisted over Mexico for an additional couple of days before degenerating.
  • Each firm takes the quantity set by its competitors as a given, evaluates its residual demand, and then behaves as a monopoly.
  • Left-continuity of the t-norm is the necessary and sufficient condition for this relationship between a t-norm conjunction and its residual implication to hold.
  • A strategy involving the use of pharmacotherapy in the treatment of the acute episode, followed by psychotherapy in its residual phase, has been suggested by some studies.
  • Its residual half-life in soil is between 7 days and 8 months, depending on the soil type, with a low mobility in most soil types.
  • Now whatever its residual difficulties may be, experience shows that it certainly does work, and that the problem is to build it out and determine it, so that it will combine satisfactorily with all the other working truths. Cited from Pragmatism, by William James
  • Deciding that to understand himself meant to live with his darkness, Gallante disappears into the Darkforce dimension, taking its residual energies with him.
  • Neem cake organic manure protects plant roots from nematodes, soil grubs and white ants probably due to its residual limonoid content.
  • "All extant mammals" includes monotremes, such as the duck-billed platypus, despite its residual egg-laying habit.
  • Each Terra Resetter has an alternate purpose as its residual waves damage the Rescue Suits overtime until they are modified to resist it.
  • For the motor to work as a generator instead of a motor the rotor must be spun just faster than its nameplate speed, this will cause the motor to generate power after building up its residual magnetism.
  • That government, however, is responsible for defence and external affairs and could intervene in the domestic affairs of the isle under its residual responsibilities to guarantee "good government" in all Crown dependencies.
  • Its only real hope is to fly away from the missile fast enough that the overtake rate is reduced to virtually nil, and then force the missile to follow it through several turns, bleeding off its residual energy and causing it to fall away.
  • It ceased passenger operations on 10 August 2006, and its residual freight operations on 15 September 2006.
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