Intrinsics


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Intrinsics

(operating system, graphics)
A library package on top of Xlib, extending the basic functions of the X Window System. It provides mechanisms for building widget sets and application environments.
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The patient had weakness in the left ulnar hypothenar and intrinsic muscles (3+/5) and the left FDP digits 4 and 5 (3+/5).
Overall then, some research suggests that high intrinsics do not distinguish between a person's behavior and the person, but other research suggests that they do make this distinction.
Intrinsics 'live' the religion and religious goals are more important than all other goals.
Although the calves are the largest muscle group acting on the ankle joint when the foot is pointed, it's the underused intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the feet that need to be engaged in order to access your full range of motion.
These competing values may explain conflicting findings such as Allport and Ross' (1967) assertion that intrinsics are less prejudiced, while Herek (1987) contends the opposite.
Defining Briefs: In defining briefs, search firms should work to ensure that significant weight is given to relevant skills and intrinsic personal qualities and not just proven career experience, in order to extend the pool of candidates beyond those with existing board roles or conventional corporate careers.
Second, thumb intrinsic muscles were not spared by radical excision, and the thumb extrinsics did not work well because of tendon or muscle contracture.
The algorithm was implemented in C++ language using SSE intrinsics for parallel data processing.
With the huge proliferation of brands and SKUs in beer, all three tiers in our value chain [brewers, distributors and retailers] can and must focus on the better education of beer intrinsics.
Severe Time After Immunosuppression Rejection Patient Tx Regimen * Episodes 1 10 yr Simulect[R], tacrolimus, 3 (all in MMF, prednisone first year) 2 8 yr Simulect[R], tacrolimus, 7 MMF, prednisone 3 2 yr Campath[R] 1H 3 (tacrolimus, MMF) 4 6 mo Campath[R] 1H 0 ([dagger]) (tacrolimus, MMF) 5 2 mo Campath[R] 1H 0 (tacrolimus, MMF) Two-Point Patient Complications Discrimination Function 1 CMV Yes Intrinsic muscle recovery; continues to improve 2 Diabetes; No Good function; osteonecrosis no intrinsics of hips 3 CMV, MZL No Good function; no intrinsics yet 4 Chronic rejection--9 Yes Excellent months 5 -- Too early Good early progress * First two patients were weaned off prednisone late posttransplant.
superficial back muscles) have fewer spindles compared with extraocular muscles or intrinsics of the hand that require greater sensitivity and accuracy for precise movements of the hand and for manipulation, respectively.
The second campaign, called Intrinsics, launches later this month, with TV adverts beginning on 21 August.