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forming an essential element, as arising from the basic structure of an individual

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belonging to a thing by its very nature

situated within or belonging solely to the organ or body part on which it acts

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The patient had weakness in the right ulnar hypothenar and intrinsic muscles (3+/5), right FDP D4 and D5 (ring and little fingers) (3+/5), and right FCU (4/5).
Although it is surely true that most people are encouraged by their faith to help others and that high intrinsics would be expected to have internalized this, the degree to which one should help is not always clear.
H1: There is a significant and positive relationship between intrinsic religiosity and ecologically conscious consumption behaviour
Many dancers don't realize they have weak intrinsic foot muscles.
With regard to religious orientation and attitudes towards homosexuality, Herek (1987) first challenged Allport's claim that intrinsics are not prejudiced, and instead stated that they tend to be more prejudiced against homosexuals than extrinsics.
Although the algorithm was implemented using SSE intrinsics available for IA32 and AMD64 architectures only, it is possible to rewrite the code to use any other SIMD instruction set in the future.
Function of transplanted hand: This patient achieved a level of fair function at the 1-year evaluation, but in contrast to Patient 1, he has not improved over the years with respect to intrinsic muscle function.
The company's marketing thrust going forward will continue to be, as Darville termed it, "going out of our way to ensure at every level of the consumption process that people understand fully the beautiful intrinsics of this product.
Steffen is returning to the housewares industry, and to Kaiser Bakeware, after a two-year stint in the beauty industry as managing director of Intrinsics.
And the concept of amateur sport--the reason it is anti-professional sport--is not because money is a bad thing, but because if you are doing it for money you are not doing it for the intrinsics.
The intrinsics and operators provided by the underlying programming language constitute the possible elemental operations.
Noonan also finds the problem of temporal intrinsics unconvincing as an argument for perdurantism, but he is more sympathetic to two other arguments.
And for scrap people, there's the overlap of having to know not only what the value of the intrinsics are for nickel, chrome and moly--all nonferrous--but one also has to know the value of iron in order to figure the scrap value.
1999) found that high intrinsics responded alike to gay disclosers who were intending to visit grandparents or intending to attend a gay pride rally.
This technique was demonstrated by modifying the X Toolkit Intrinsics [Nye and O'Reilly 1992] to report events that trigger callback procedures registered by applications.