Definitions for "Remainder"
Refers to books that are discounted from the publisher because of over-printing or lack of sales, usually have remainder marks.
Books that are discounted from the publisher because of overprinting, sluggish sales, or outdated material.
A publisher's overstock. Usually heavily discounted from the original retail price. Often carrying an ink mark to the bottom edge.
Anything that remains, or is left, after the separation and removal of a part; residue; remnant.
The quantity or sum that is left after subtraction, or after any deduction.
An estate in expectancy, generally in land, which becomes an estate in possession upon the determination of a particular prior estate, created at the same time, and by the same instrument; for example, if land be conveyed to A for life, and on his death to B, A's life interest is a particuar estate, and B's interest is a remainder, or estate in remainder.
The portion of a geographic area of one geographic type (e.g., a county subdivision) which is not covered by any geographic area of a second geographic type (e.g., place). For example, the two places of Oak Ridge town and Old Appleton town exist within the county subdivision of Apple Creek township in Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, That portion of Adair township that is not covered by either place is called "Remainder of Adair township".
the number that remains after subtraction; the number that when added to the subtrahend gives the minuend
an unissued or unfinished note which never was placed into circulation by the authority backing it. A remainder usually is missing some aspect of the typical issued note, usually a date or signatures, and sometimes a serial number as well.
One of two integer values associated with a foreign type that is in the range 0 remainder modulus 4095 and that is used for data alignment.
One of the basic operations defined by the IEEE standard.