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extrinsic

adjective accessory, added, additional, alien, apart, applied from without, collateral, contingent, derived from without, exterior, external, extra, extraneous, extrinsical, foreign, incidental, irrelevant, nonessential, peripheral, secondary, separate, strange, subordinate, subsidiary, supplemental, unessential
Associated concepts: extrinsic agreements, extrinsic ambiiuity, extrinsic circumstances, extrinsic evidence, extrinsic facts, extrinsic fraud, extrinsic mistake
See also: alien, extraneous, foreign, incidental, nonessential, unessential, unnecessary

EVIDENCE, EXTRINSIC. External evidence, or that which is not contained in the body of an agreement, contract, and the like.
     2. It is a general rule that extrinsic evidence cannot be admitted to contradict, explain, vary or change the terms of a contract or of a will, except in a latent ambiguity, or to rebut a resulting trust. 14 John. 1; 1 Day, R. 8; 6 Conn. 270.

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Job satisfaction is generally recognized as a multifaceted construct with intrinsic and extrinsic job elements and research on software professionals emphasized the need to treat them separately (Hars&Ou, 2002).
Extrinsic or external value is outside the individual and is often associated with an outcome or reward.
In addition to assessing Faith and Intellect Oriented Religious Reflection, procedures administered the Religious Schema Scale (Streib, Hood, & Klein, 2010) and Religious Orientation instruments that included a recently developed Extrinsic Cultural Religious Orientation measure (Ghorbani, Watson, Zarehi, & Shamohammadi, 2010; Watson, Chen, & Ghorbani, 2014).
We chose to investigate the effect of varying the size of the medial wedge using two different approaches, both used in practice: an intrinsic wedge (inside the heel cup) measured in millimeters and an extrinsic wedge (under the heel cup) measured in degrees.
It included 28 items and three components of intrinsic motivation (12 items), extrinsic motivation (12 items) and amotivation (4 items).
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In presentations and written submissions, INDA and other industry stakeholders argued that sterile manufacturing requirements would not address extrinsic contamination because of how and where the products are used and also urged FDA to provide more guidance on CGMPs to reduce instances of intrinsic contamination.
The researchers recommended that future studies focus more specifically on intrinsic and extrinsic religiosity and that women's use should be assessed in addition to limiting studies to men at Christian colleges as they had.
The introduction of extrinsic and intrinsic motivation in corporate behavior has led to attempts to bridge the gap between the technical and the ethical sides of the process.
Beyond intrinsic motivation, Self-Determination Theory also addresses different forms of extrinsic motivation (EM), which are placed into a hierarchy representing increasing levels of self-determination.
Instead of strict comparison of the allegations in the complaint to the subject policy, a majority of jurisdictions require an insurer to provide a defense when it has extrinsic evidence, evidence known to the insurer learned through its investigations of the claim, even though that information is not pled in the complaint.
Additionally, a mortgage referencing extrinsic documents may provide constructive notice of the contents of such extrinsic documents.