Definitions for "Residuals"
Keywords:  scum, sludge, backwash, grease, septic
The solids generated or retained during the treatment of wastewater. They include trash, rags, grit, sediment, sludge, biosolids, septage, scum, and grease, as well as those portions of treatment systems that have served their useful life and require disposal, such as the sand or peat from a filter. Because of the different characteristics of residuals, management requirements can differ as stipulated by the appropriate federal regulations.
The solids generated and retained during the treatment of domestic sewage in treatment system components, including sludge, scum, and pumpings from grease traps, septic tanks, aerobic treatment units, and other components of an onsite or cluster system.
The solids generated and retainedduring the treatment of domestic sewage in treat-ment system components, including sludge, scum,and pumpings from grease traps, septic tanks,aerobic treatment units, and other components of anonsite or cluster system.
the amount of undigested food left in the stomach after a reasonable length of time has elapsed for digestion.
Left-over or remaining materials. At the Kalamazoo River Site, the residuals are materials left over from the paper recycling processes carried out at the paper mills along the river. In many cases, these paper residuals contain PCBs.
The substances that remain at the end of a process.
Keywords:  writer, ppv, wga, wrote, licensees
Fees paid to performers and other creative talent for subsequent exposures of their filmed or video programs or commercials.
Payments made to a film or television writer when his or her work is sold to another venue, such as a feature film sold on DVD, or a network television episode shown in syndication. These fees are negotiated and collected on behalf of the writer by the Writers Guild of America.
A payment made to a performer, writer, or director for each repeat showing of a recorded television show or commercial.
in rectification, the distances between the source and retransformed coordinates in one direction. In ERDAS IMAGINE they are shown for each GCP. The X residual is the distance between the source X coordinate and the retransformed X coordinate. The Y residual is the distance between the source Y coordinate and the retransformed Y coordinate.
Excess income generated by the underlying mortgage collateral of certain mortgage-backed securities which is not needed to meet contractual obligations to security holders.
(1) Parts of stock returns not explained by the explanatory variable (the market-index return). They measure the impact of firm-specific events during a particular period. (2) Remainder cash flows generated by pool collateral and those needed to fund bonds supported by the collateral.
the difference between data observed and values expected.
Residuals are differences between the observed values and the corresponding values that are predicted by a model. They represent the variance that is not explained by the model. The better the fit of the model, the smaller the values of residuals.
The difference between the expected value from a model and the experimental data value.
Funds retailers receive after a cellular customer has activated service; the funds usually are calculated based on the customer's ongoing service.
Keywords:  ring, register, cash, rights
Rights on Ring the cash register