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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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Based on this backdrop, the researchers have investigated into the identification of types of motivation, suggesting the existence of two main categories of motivation namely: intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.
Frost & Sullivan analysis indicates that Intrinsic IDs technology, apart from being unique, provides one of the highest levels of security and protection available due to the following features: No permanent storage: Traditional key injection methods store security keys in the system, leaving them vulnerable to theft or cloning.
Maintel said that Intrinsic adds strong capability in Cisco through its Gold Partner status, and increases Maintel's expertise in the fast growing network security sector.
What individuals do without any type of external incentives is called intrinsic motivation.
Intrinsic staff demonstrated a variety of technology and provided a guided tour of the business.
while there were only two lengths between them at the line, with Muthmir fifth, Intrinsic and Hughes always looked to have the cavalry charge under control as they tracked the front-running Zero Money mid-track.
The Champion jockey was adamant that Intrinsic was better class than the handicappers in the 24-runner 32Red Stewards Cup.
GLORIOUS: Intrinsic (25) leads the field home to win the The 32Red
Watson (1994) in a study consisted of 351 subjects came to the conclusion that people with intrinsic religious orientation are more rational in terms of cognitions, show more compromise and are more healthier mentally.
Old Mutual Wealth Management, a part of Old Mutual Plc (LSE: OML) has completed the acquisition of Intrinsic Financial Services, a network of 3,000 advisers, as part of its strategy to strengthen its distribution channel in the UK, the BBR has reported.
Intrinsic-ID is a provider of security IP cores and applications based on patented Hardware Intrinsic Security technology (HIS).
Davison's efforts at fending off possible attacks on his position also offer a helpful entree into the literature on intrinsic value.