Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of internalize.

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Examples

  • During the crash, some so-called internalizing brokers shuttled orders to exchanges instead, exacerbating selling pressure in the public market, according to an Oct. 1 report by U.S. regulators.

    Greater Risk-Management Role Coming to Securities Markets, Francioni Says - Bloomberg

  • The company proxy said that "internalizing" the management companies would make Piedmont more attractive in an initial public offering.

    Buying Time

  • Now, in spite of all these facts the child who learns his first language, claims Chomsky, performs a remarkable intellectual feat: in "internalizing" the grammar he does something akin to constructing a theory of the language.

    A Special Supplement: Chomsky's Revolution in Linguistics

  • Her older six kids, in Nadya's word are both "internalizing" and "externalizing" their anger

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  • There are multiple sources for feeling sad and low - from Votto citing his father's death last August to Greene's admission of "internalizing" poor performance - but Lans noted that "feeling depressed is not depression" and that, in many situations involving young ballplayers, "they're suffering from adolescence, and that's not an illness."

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  • "internalizing" them at a lower cost, deflating internal consumption.

    CASTRO DISCUSSES THIRD WORLD'S FOREIGN DEBT

  • I was already internalizing the tyranny of tea, the millions of gallons of minuscule glasses hospitality forces you to consume in the Middle East.

    Day of Honey

  • Samantha, of course, deserves credit for internalizing her parents' values and grasping the opportunities her school offered.

    Meryl Ain, Ed.D.: Celebrating Learning, Teaching, and Parenting On Presidents' Day

  • According to what his longtime doctor told the medical examiner, Picower had a history of depression because he had been "internalizing a lot," and now he was also accused of being the largest beneficiary of the biggest financial crime in U.S. history and reportedly under government investigation.

    Madoff's Mystery Man

  • Deregulation in that market has been a key factor in bringing down the accident rate, by internalizing to employers the benefit of safe working conditions.

    The Cost of Accidents, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

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