Extern Externalisation

External

Meanings and phrases

external

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adj.
  1. happening or arising or located outside or beyond some limits or especially surface
  2. coming from the outside; extraneous; outside
  3. from or between other countries; international; outside
  4. purely outward or superficial; - A.R.Gurney,Jr.

external

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n.
  1. outward features
n.
  1. a diagonally arranged abdominal muscle on either side of the torso; external oblique muscle; musculus obliquus externus abdominis; oblique

external angle

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n.
  1. the supplement of an interior angle of a polygon; exterior angle

external auditory canal

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n.
  1. either of the passages in the outer ear from the auricle to the tympanic membrane; auditory meatus; acoustic meatus; ear canal; auditory canal

external body part

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n.
  1. any body part visible externally

external carotid

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n.
  1. the branch of the carotid artery that supplies blood to the face and tongue and external parts of the head; external carotid artery

external carotid artery

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n.
  1. the branch of the carotid artery that supplies blood to the face and tongue and external parts of the head; external carotid

external drive

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n.
  1. a drive with its own power supply and fan mounted outside the computer system enclosure and connected to the computer by a cable

external ear

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n.
  1. the part of the ear visible externally; outer ear

external gill

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n.
  1. occurs in some mollusks and in tadpoles and other immature amphibians

external iliac artery

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n.
  1. the outer branch of the common iliac artery on either side of the body; becomes the femoral artery

external iliac vein

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n.
  1. a continuation of the femoral vein; unites with the internal iliac vein to form the common iliac vein

external jugular vein

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n.
  1. formed by the junction of the posterior auricular and the retromandibular veins; empties into the subclavian vein

external maxillary artery

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n.
  1. an artery that originates in the external carotid and gives off branches that supply the neck and face; facial artery; arteria facialis

external nasal vein

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n.
  1. one of the veins that drain the external nose and empty into the angular or facial vein; vena nasalis externa

external oblique muscle

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n.
  1. a diagonally arranged abdominal muscle on either side of the torso; musculus obliquus externus abdominis; abdominal external oblique muscle; oblique

external organ

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n.
  1. an organ that is situated on or near the surface of the body

external orifice

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n.
  1. the orifice through which urine is discharged; urethral orifice

external respiration

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n.
  1. the bodily process of inhalation and exhalation; the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation; breathing; respiration; ventilation

external storage

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n.
  1. a data storage device that is not the main memory of a computer; auxiliary storage; secondary storage

internal and external

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E.g.
  • In general, there are two types: internal and external.
  • Systems are available for both internal and external applications.
  • Information also provided to find internal and external resources.

external factors

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E.g.
  • The index ranks the quality of nationalities based on internal and external factors.
  • Many external factors can influence colour: light, temperature, pH, sugars and metals.
  • A disease may be caused by external factors such as pathogens or by internal dysfunctions.

external and internal

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E.g.
  • The clitoris contains external and internal components.
  • There are two sets of jugular veins: external and internal.
  • Ecosystems are controlled by external and internal factors.

no external

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E.g.
  • These guinea pigs, like most, have no external tail.
  • There is an inner ear but no external or middle ear.
  • Since then, the club have had no external debt.

external links

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E.g.
  • Please refer to the diagram in the external links.
  • For further information, refer to external links.
  • See the external links below for more details.

external affairs

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E.g.
  • This pact gave the Indians control of external affairs on behalf of Sikkimese.
  • The external affairs minister has also stated that India will await Pakistan's response.
  • He was heavily rebuked by Curtin and external affairs minister H. V. Evatt for his error.

external walls

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E.g.
  • All external walls are facebrick.
  • The external walls are either weatherboard or plaster lined out in ashlar.
  • Its external walls are of a decorative chequerboard pattern of flint and freestone squares.

external world

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E.g.
  • the external world as we experience it through our mental faculties.
  • The trait is marked by pronounced engagement with the external world.
  • Gray was opposed to the idea that the brain contains a representation of the external world.

external appearance

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E.g.
  • Its external appearance is intended to express its interior – an industrial plant".
  • In the course of the work, the ship took on a new and different external appearance.
  • The external appearance of his products was strongly influenced by the minimalist Bauhaus esthetic style.

external forces

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E.g.
  • Conductor clashing may be assisted by the following external forces:
  • They are not protected from external forces and are subject to gravity.
  • Fathers may be confronting external forces threatening resources or social status.

external debt

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E.g.
  • Since then, the club have had no external debt.
  • India classifies its long-term external debt into seven heads.
  • It has $2.8 billion in external debt.

external environment

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E.g.
  • Overall, Fe is concerned with phenomena to be harmonious with its external environment.
  • Microorganisms in the external environment have existed on Earth for 3.5 billion years.
  • City governments search for an equilibrium in their relations with the external environment.

external sources

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E.g.
  • Reference.com reproduces content from external sources.
  • They also displayed information from external sources, i.e.
  • Coulter reports: The Confederacy relied on external sources for war materials.

external power

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E.g.
  • The 520ST uses an external power brick.
  • However, it can be connected to external power when available.
  • Each had an optional phono stage and external power supply option.

external relations

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E.g.
  • The undemarcated border with Sudan poses a problem for Eritrean external relations.
  • In 2006, Dirks rejoined AUC as its vice-president of external relations, a position he held until 2010.
  • Through the Common Foreign and Security Policy, the EU has developed a role in external relations and defence.

external magnetic

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E.g.
  • ferromagnetic fluids which can suffer torque by external magnetic fields).
  • bones), solids under the action of an external magnetic field, and the dislocation theory of metals.
  • Figure 2(a) shows the I-V characteristic of a SQUID where ∆V is the modulation depth of the SQUID due to external magnetic fields.

external threats

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E.g.
  • These films were noted for their emphasis on class struggle and external threats (i.e.
  • After this study he remained interested in the ways in which people make decisions under external threats.
  • The effects of external threats were exacerbated by internal problems such as corruption, tomb robbery, and civil unrest.

internal or external

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E.g.
  • The MIDI sends the note information to an internal or external sound bank device.
  • Their internal perception of control refers to their locus of control being internal or external.
  • Consciousness Consciousness at its simplest is "sentience or awareness of internal or external existence".

other external

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E.g.
  • Numerous other external actors played lesser roles in the First Congo War.
  • However, unlike most other external DOS commands, it has not been transformed into a native Win32 program.
  • Hind legs are not present in cetaceans, nor are any other external body attachments such as a pinna and hair.

external stimuli

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E.g.
  • The ability to respond to external stimuli will also decrease.
  • A variety of external stimuli like heat, light, solvent, an electric field, magnetic field, etc.
  • Schachter proposed that obese individuals are hypersensitive to external stimuli, both food-related and non-food related.

external magnetic field

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E.g.
  • bones), solids under the action of an external magnetic field, and the dislocation theory of metals.
  • In such a flux locked loop, the magnitude of this feedback flux is proportional to the external magnetic field applied to the SQUID.
  • Magnetofection uses magnetic particles complexed with DNA and an external magnetic field concentrate nucleic acid particles into target cells.

external pressure

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E.g.
  • The US thus "micromanaged the opposition" and exerted massive external pressure on the electorate.
  • He made an effort to smuggle his writings abroad in order to increase external pressure on the Soviets.
  • Under substantial internal and external pressure for a democratic transition in Zaire, Mobutu promised reform.

external source

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E.g.
  • Mina searches the island, and discovers an external source of pollution.
  • The molecules within a pure, "perfect crystal", when heated by an external source, will become liquid.
  • It is found that, if a current pass from an external source through a circuit of two metals, it cools one junction and heats the other.

see external

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E.g.
  • For full citations, see external links.
  • Note: page numbers next to artists' names refer to the English edition of 1739 (see external links below).
  • George Freeman's 15mm Napoleonics figures are available from Monday Knight Productions (see external links below).

external force

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E.g.
  • While naturally-occurring experiments rely on an external force (e.g.
  • Imposing an external force on a neurite, causing it to elongate, will make it become an axon.
  • Often cited in martyr testimonials is the desire to be freed from the oppression of some external force.

without external

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E.g.
  • Each time the developers made a game, they did it independently and without external funding.
  • Bootstrapping in business means starting a business without external help or working capital.
  • It became a self-sustaining process that proceeded without external help from manually entered instructions.

external tank

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E.g.
  • The external tank, ET-138, separated from the shuttle at 15:37:49 GMT.
  • "Atlantis" was next lowered to meet up with the external tank and the two solid rocket boosters.
  • She was later rebuilt to resemble them cosmetically, and is currently on display with the external tank used during the propulsion tests (designated MPTA-ET).
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