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  • Brubeck recovered after a few months, but suffered with residual nerve pain in his hands for years after.
  • Individual credit unions delegated specific powers for specific purposes to a federal body, with residual powers remaining in local hands.
  • She told another journalist she was pleased with Residual Desire.
  • The tumor is successfully removed, but it leaves him with residual memory loss and a lack of confidence in the field.
  • This leaves the material with residual stresses that are at most as high as the yield strength of the material in its heated state.
  • The few who enrolled in public school were children with residual hearing or who were able to afford cochlear implants.
  • In some cases, foals born with residual non-white hair may lose some or all of this pigment with age, without the help of the gray factor.
  • After months of seeing throat specialists, she was diagnosed with residual muscle tension caused by a form of performance anxiety.
  • Such strain effects can result in unwanted cracking of the material, as is the case with residual plastic strain.
  • The yeast gives the resulting sherry its distinctive fresh taste, with residual flavors of fresh bread.
  • With seasonal changes that left parts of the Liverpool Plains barren, they would move to areas with residual water, that still produced the seeds they sought.
  • Some of the charities have been wound up with residual funds allocated to other charities with similar purposes in Aberdeen.
  • The ions are produced by the high voltages interacting with residual gas molecules inside the device.
  • Two forms of dye were used, both based on black iron tannates produced by reaction of iron salts with residual tannin in the leather.
  • Some females with residual activity show benefit from creatine supplementation.
  • This decision was reached by the Crown Council of Monaco, a body made up of notable local figures with residual powers to make judgments about certain constitutional matters.
  • The rocks are covered with residual clays, the product of long preglacial weathering. Cited from The Elements of Geology, by W. H. Norton
  • Little did not have any spasticity himself, but he suffered childhood poliomyelitis with residual left lower-extremity paraparesis, complicated by severe talipes.
  • A small amount of fuel in a tank is more critical than a large amount, since heat entering the fuel tank with residual fuel causes the fuel to increase in temperature faster and evaporate.
  • The 2008 season began with residual pain in the wrist and uneven results in competition for Gallagher.
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