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- n. the process of internalizing something
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. learning (of values or attitudes etc.) that is incorporated within yourself.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of internalizing; the fact or condition of being internalized or made subjective and independent of outside objects.
- n. That which is internalized.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. learning (of values or attitudes etc.) that is incorporated within yourself
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Other trades are done by dark pools, internal matching of buys and sells inside brokerage firms (benignly called internalization) and over the counter derivative trades that could impact the stock market but have no oversight by anyone.
Much of this so-called internalization is derived from retail orders and involves payment for order flow.
And consider Koh's discussion of the "six key agents in the transnational legal process" of the "internalization" of international law into domestic law.
It is that willingness to which the term 'internalization' is meant to point.
When I was approached by guys in bars or at the bus stop or wherever, I was always wary of the attention - I thought when a man was interested that meant he had some kind of fetish or that he was some kind of creep (internalization much?).
I have some sort of vague thoughts about how though this is the sort of thing that makes Christianity easy to criticize, there's a lot more there about assimilation, and internalization of oppression, and who makes it possible. mood: * boggled*
Of course one could argue these were her own wise thoughts, or an internalization of my view point.
As I've said before, Marijuana enhances our ability to marvel: In some mysterious and uncannily recurring way, marijuana can induce an almost 'synesthetic ecstasy,' whereby a loosening of the usually firm borders that separate our five senses allows for a broader, deeper, more profound, and often time-dilated "interpretation" and "internalization" of moment-to-moment experience.
Teachers and learners may build on the differences to avoid negative transfer and on the similarities to boost the internalization of the TL grammar.
In response to the images of piled corpses released to the public, Picasso paints Charnel House, his internalization of a pile of cadavers in various states of decomposition.