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Synonyms for externalize

to represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form

Synonyms for externalize

make external or objective, or give reality to

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Literature directly comparing drainage with trans-anastomotic stents externalized through the renal pelvis versus DJ stents in children undergoing both laparoscopic and open pyeloplasties is limited.
As the next step in Accelrys' externalized collaboration initiative, ScienceCloud takes secure, real-time transfer of project data within geographically-dispersed life science research networks to a new level.
But, project managers report that system performance and training are the two biggest issues with externalized ELN.
Noteworthy attention, concentration and learning receive more citations than externalized behaviors.
Kelly's brilliantly stylized, furiously externalized performance suggests a Michael Jordan of self-alienation.
NRC noted that the court ruling left open the possiblity that such exemptions might be justified on grounds that educational institutions offer "exceptionally large externalized benefits," which "cannot be captured in tuition or other market prices.
Study results indicate that externalized conductors occur less frequently in thinner leads
Social and environmental costs have traditionally been externalized, which is why the industrial economies have gone so far off course.
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Still, humans are also capable of learning from externalized sources like books, illustrations, etc containing knowledge that is necessarily unembodied and unsituated.
The present study evaluated internalized and externalized anger in 92 adolescent psychiatric inpatients.
I guess nobody used the externalized pressurized bearing.
The pure internality of Cluster Praxis precludes any externalized political engagement, and desire is indeed dissipated.
The study, however, shows that short-circuits between high voltage components rather than externalized conductors were the typical cause of death in the 22 fatalities associated with Riata.