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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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Although the calves are the largest muscle group acting on the ankle joint when the foot is pointed, it's the underused intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the feet that need to be engaged in order to access your full range of motion.
An intrinsic religious orientation describes persons who are personally religious and who find their "master motive in religion.
Defining Briefs: In defining briefs, search firms should work to ensure that significant weight is given to relevant skills and intrinsic personal qualities and not just proven career experience, in order to extend the pool of candidates beyond those with existing board roles or conventional corporate careers.
Subject Duration of (+NCS) Symptoms Symptoms 8 (R/L) Dull, achy pain in C7-T1 Unknown dermatome bilaterally 20 (R/L) None N/A 26 (R/L) Cramps in left hand 3 months intrinsics 37 (R/L) Dull, achy pain in left 6 months middle/ring fingers 46 (R/L) No current symptoms; N/T N/A in hands prior to joining military 49 (R) None N/A Subject (+NCS) Patient History 8 (R/L) Guitar player, worked in fast food industry 20 (R/L) Mail carrier; previous military: infantry, mechanic, and vehicle operator 26 (R/L) Family history of CTS and arthritis 37 (R/L) Ambulance and rescue worker 46 (R/L) Family history of CTS; previous work history as electrician, guitar player 49 (R) Dental assistant; waiter NCS indicates nerve conduction studies.
Second, thumb intrinsic muscles were not spared by radical excision, and the thumb extrinsics did not work well because of tendon or muscle contracture.
Although the algorithm was implemented using SSE intrinsics available for IA32 and AMD64 architectures only, it is possible to rewrite the code to use any other SIMD instruction set in the future.
Severe Time After Immunosuppression Rejection Patient Tx Regimen * Episodes 1 10 yr Simulect[R], tacrolimus, 3 (all in MMF, prednisone first year) 2 8 yr Simulect[R], tacrolimus, 7 MMF, prednisone 3 2 yr Campath[R] 1H 3 (tacrolimus, MMF) 4 6 mo Campath[R] 1H 0 ([dagger]) (tacrolimus, MMF) 5 2 mo Campath[R] 1H 0 (tacrolimus, MMF) Two-Point Patient Complications Discrimination Function 1 CMV Yes Intrinsic muscle recovery; continues to improve 2 Diabetes; No Good function; osteonecrosis no intrinsics of hips 3 CMV, MZL No Good function; no intrinsics yet 4 Chronic rejection--9 Yes Excellent months 5 -- Too early Good early progress * First two patients were weaned off prednisone late posttransplant.
The second campaign, called Intrinsics, launches later this month, with TV adverts beginning on 21 August.
The company's marketing thrust going forward will continue to be, as Darville termed it, "going out of our way to ensure at every level of the consumption process that people understand fully the beautiful intrinsics of this product.
Steffen is returning to the housewares industry, and to Kaiser Bakeware, after a two-year stint in the beauty industry as managing director of Intrinsics.
And the concept of amateur sport--the reason it is anti-professional sport--is not because money is a bad thing, but because if you are doing it for money you are not doing it for the intrinsics.
The intrinsics and operators provided by the underlying programming language constitute the possible elemental operations.