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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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INTRINSIC Technology, the Haydock-based IT solutions provider, hosted 15 Year 9 students from the nearby Bedford High School on an Enrichment Day at its purpose-built innovation hub.
2) A second scenario occurs when a district court relies improperly on extrinsic evidence when the intrinsic record is controlling.
Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation can be sources of identity formation (Ryan & Deci, 2011; Waterman, 2004).
Sheena Iyengar and Mark Lepper have previously linked the nature of choice to intrinsic motivation.
"With this first PMA module submission, Intrinsic is well underway toward making Barricaid a treatment option for US discectomy patients at highest risk for reherniation," said Jacob Einhorn, COO of Intrinsic Therapeutics.
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.
Punters disagreed and piled into 5-2 favourite Muthmir but he could manage only fifth, as Hughes and Intrinsic surged into the lead at the furlong marker.
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.
San-Francisco-based Intrinsic operates a platform that secures important data and allows software developers to securely tap serverless computing, according to CNBC.