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- v. Alternative spelling of externalize.
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- v. to make external.
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- v. regard as objective
- v. make external or objective, or give reality to
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The big licensing deal is another example of drive by David Brennan, the chief executive, to "externalise" research at the Anglo-Swedish group, which is cutting back in-house staffing as it deals with a coming wave of patent losses on top medicines.
All it would do is help "externalise" the expenses of compensating ex soldiers from Iraq, Afghanistan etc who were "unpatriotic" enough to be shot but not to die.
"externalise" the cost and discretion of policing to the private sphere.
As seen in previous prestigious shows, Watt is known for monumentalising fabric in the Renaissance style, depicting the folds and flow of clothing in such a way as to externalise the turmoil of internal passion.
Many of the comments seem to let government interventions into the market process off, as some sort of a cosmic inevitability, this is not a unique phenomenon but some sort of a spillover into our thinking arising from the fiction that we perpetrate in economic model building to externalise 'G'.
It acts as a symbol to externalise moods and thoughts that are difficult to communicate," said Wallace."
Psychologist Christof van Nimwegen is interested in effective user interfaces for computer systems, and distinguishes between systems that require users to internalise the knowledge needed to carry out a task and those that externalise it in the form of wizards, prompts, menus and the other elements we associate with modern computers.
He says: Tears externalise and symbolise the psychological hurt in a physical form.
The disturbing nature of the car images in particular if you can actually externalise it and try and come up with logic is probably a couple of things.
You can blame the Scots all you want for Britains political mess but it is merley a way to externalise your own dislike of another country without coming up with 1 solitary idea of how the problems are to be solved.