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intrinsic

(Belonging), adjective implicit, inherent, pertinent
Associated concepts: intrinsic fraud, intrinsic jury, intrinsic value

intrinsic

(Deep down), adjective deep-seated, inner, internal, inward
See also: born, central, essential, implicit, ingrained, inherent, innate, native, organic, virtual
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These findings are consistent with past research that suggests that high intrinsics view homosexual behavior as immoral.
The 20-item ROS scale measures religiosity on the two dimensions of Intrinsic and Extrinsic religiosity, 11 items measuring extrinsic and 9 measuring intrinsic religiosity.
These findings do illustrate, however, that religiosity is an integral underlying factor in group prejudice, that the notion of religiosity goes far beyond the presence or absence of a strong religious affiliation, and that the manner in which religion is represented in an individual's life (whether it is the central organising feature as for intrinsics or self-serving as for extrinsics) clearly affects how one responds to phenomena and thus, one's attitudes towards practices such as homosexuality.
As demonstrated by Patient 1, good return of intrinsic muscle function can occur; this type of function allows one to pinch the fingers and thumb together.
Garland, exactly like his father, believed in the intrinsic goodness of the Olympic Games and of its larger panorama--the Olympic "Movement.
For available local partial derivatives of the arithmetic operators and intrinsic functions provided by the programming language, the Jacobian of the function at the given arguments can be accumulated by using the chain rule.
Looking at helping behavior along that dimension for high intrinsics (using Batson et al.
X Toolkit Intrinsics Programming Manual for X11, Release 5.
Ideally, the generated code for the Optimistic versions would use compiler intrinsics to implement the atomic updates.
The changes include extensive use of array sections and intrinsics, named block DO and CASE constructs, optional arguments, interface blocks, automatic and assumed-shape arrays, and modules, resulting in code that is more elegant, easier to read, and has much simpler user interfaces.
Exit price involves not only specific, tangible factors like money, but also intangibles like inertia, and other job intrinsics (see the accompanying exhibit).
They thereby land themselves in a peculiar temporal version of the Problem of Temporary Intrinsics, and it is dubious whether they can escape.