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residual

1. (of deposits, soils, etc.) formed by the weathering of pre-existing rocks and the removal of disintegrated material
2. payment made to an actor, actress, musician, etc., for subsequent use of film in which the person appears
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residual

(ri-zij -û-ăl) The difference between an observed quantity, such as the position of a comet or the magnitude of a variable star, and its expected or calculated value.
Collins Dictionary of Astronomy © Market House Books Ltd, 2006

residual

[rə′zij·ə·wəl]
(geology)
Of a mineral deposit, formed by either mechanical or chemical concentration.
Pertaining to a residue left in place after weathering of rock.
Of a topographic feature, representing the remains of a formerly great mass or area and rising above the surrounding surface.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This increase in residual values has made a positive contribution to the X-Trail's whole-life costs, with the new version 10% less to run on a pence-per-mile basis when compared with the outgoing model.
The continually improving perception of quality offered by Hyundai cars has helped the company to overtake Toyota, Nissan, VW and Ford to claim second place in ALG's 2012 Mainstream Brand Residual Value Rankings.
* Any guaranteed residual value by the lessee will be ignored by the lessor until the lessor files a claim.
Stage I--calculating free cash flow using the FCFF method and taking into account residual value
FASTFACTS HPI's top ten convertibles by residual value Audi TT Roadster Audi A3 Cabriolet MINI Convertible (New) BMW 3 SERIES Convertible BMW 1 SERIES Convertible BMW Z4 Coupe Cabrio Mercedes SLK Porche BOXSTER Audi A5 Convertible Jaguar XK Convertible
"Plummeting residual values caused by the wider economic situation means there is no incentive for employees to fund a car through a personal leasing type arrangement.
The residual value is an estimated value which can be obtained by a company from selling the product, after cutting the estimated selling price, respective the estimated value that can be recovered from cassation or using a product.
The new model will also be worth significantly more when the time comes to sell, with data provider CAP setting the residual values at an average of about eight per cent higher.
Approximately 25 million pounds of that material was remarketed globally for reuse, generating residual value for Converge's customers.
The new loan system will evaluate the residual value of a car at the time the owner parts with it 10 percent higher on average as compared with Toyota's existing comparable loans, claims the financing arm of Toyota Motor Corp.
"Understanding Galleon's need for critical adjacencies, we performed an exhaustive search for viable alternatives, weighing all factors including the residual value of each option's existing build-out, ceiling heights for trading areas, back-up electrical platform, and sufficient supplemental cooling systems," said Hrobsky.
* Illustrations 8 and 9 involve a member's reliance on assumptions about residual value in equipment leasing transactions.