A drum-cleaning cycle will dissolve that residue.
“If you rip it off, it leaves a residue,” she explained.
This residue is commonly classified as primary and secondary sludge.
However, this residue of ego involvement is subsequently rendered harmless through the principle of invariance.
The residue is chiefly carbon, with minor amounts of hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur, and oxygen.
Dietlind essentially put the structure together residue by residue in long and painstaking process.
Residue monitoring and evaluation programs identify animals containing harmful residues and remove them from the food chain.
It brings (some of) this residue under laws, thus determining the object further: it is now better known and scientifically understood.
Coke is the solid carbonaceous residue that remains after certain types of coal are heated to a high temperature out of contact with air.
Copra is valued for the coconut oil extracted from it and for the resulting residue, coconut-oil cake, which is used mostly for livestock feed.
This is processed by slag fuming, a process whereby the residue is melted to form a slag through which powdered coal or coke is blown along with air.
Most rums are made from molasses, the residue remaining after sugar has been crystallized from sugarcane juice, containing as much as 5 percent sugar.
If you use too much detergent, you’ll feel it as a gritty or slimy residue on your clothes, and your washer will start to build up that same oily, mildew-friendly film you’d get from using the wrong detergent.
The remaining lead-gold-silver residue is treated by cupellation, a process in which the residue is heated to a high temperature (about 800 °C, or 1,450 °F) under strongly oxidizing conditions.
Armed with this idea, let’s return to the some of the loose threads that we left hanging in section 4 above—the residue of the misdescription problem and the residue of the incompleteness problem.
We suspect that all filtered water ice always has that residue, regardless of the ice cube tray; it’s just that the sticky silicone trays hold onto the residue that would otherwise be trapped in the ice.
The board added that the water discharged contained some accumulated solids and carbon residue which were within permitted limits and did not include any organic type oils or solvents and that the smell would be limited to normal sewer water discharge.
The news agencies quoted the Guards as saying the tanker had “violated three international naval regulations,” including turning off a GPS locator, breaking the traffic pattern in the Strait of Hormuz and polluting the water by dumping crude oil residue.
“Residue,” a debut feature directed, written and edited by Merawi Gerima, reveals a directorial voice as distinctive and anguished as that of his father, Haile Gerima, whose filmography contains such underappreciated masterworks as “Ashes and Embers” and “Sankofa.”
There was a tendency to universalize certain particularist statements of the Hebrew: in Amos 9:11 fol. the prophecy that David’s dynasty will repossess the residue of Edom becomes a promise that the residue of men (the Gentiles) will seek the true God—a promise that is quoted in the New Testament as a “testimony” to the Christian Gentile mission.
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There was a tendency to universalize certain particularist statements of the Hebrew in Amos 911 fol the prophecy that Davids dynasty will repossess the residue of Edom becomes a promise that the residue of men the Gentiles will seek the true God—a promise that is quoted in the New Testament as a testimony to the Christian Gentile mission