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  • The thought is we don't want the residuals of the old army.
  • It was most likely a false positive because of large residuals.
  • Clearly these residuals cannot be independent of each other, but they must be constrained by some kind of relationship.
  • The singers were paid only for the session and have had no residuals from its use since then.
  • The amount of money a model can earn off of residuals depends on how long the campaign runs and where it runs.
  • While there was initial support within the industry, problems occurred over the issue of residuals, particularly with the ABC.
  • Congreve withdrew from the theatre and lived the rest of his life on residuals from his early work.
  • Under the assumption of t-distributed residuals, the distribution is a location-scale family.
  • When the series ended, the production company declared bankruptcy after having spent the residuals developing pilots that didn't fly.
  • The method was used for many years as the standard way of determining chlorine residuals in water.
  • There are some residuals which extend up to 500 years towards the history from now.
  • Drum chippers are normally used for wood residuals from saw mills or other wood industry.
  • If the residuals can not be predicted there is little prospect of improving the model using the current operating conditions.
  • Animals can be poisoned directly by mine products and residuals.
  • Payments from these organizations to performing artists are known as residuals and performance royalties.
  • The residuals are shown in the lower box.
  • Individuals can be differentiated by the number of phrases and residuals within a call.
  • Some reporters estimated record royalties, television and movie residuals, and various investments made it worth more.
  • Residuals (also called carry-over points) are any points a player may still have below the 100 required for a suspension.
  • GM stands to write-off over a billion dollars in lost residuals- which they paid up front to GMAC.
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Root form of residuals is residual for the noun.

Meaning of residuals

  • noun (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
    he could retire on his residuals