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Externalize

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Astrological influences are often thought of as affecting the inner side of life first (e.g., emotionally or mentally) and then manifesting as an event in the outer world. The term externalize is often used to describe this outward manifestation.

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Would not his themes of technics, the exteriorisation of memory and grammatisation, or his extension of Derrida's own problematic of arche-writing, make his work an even more refined instance of the tendency Hansen condemns as 'technesis'?
The disease cycle begins with conidia contacting and adhering to the integument of the host (Figure 1), followed by germination, appressorium production (Figure 2a) or without appressorium formation (Figure 2b), penetration (Figure 3a,b), development in the hemocoel with the dimorphic (yeast-like forms) stage represented by the formation of short, thick and septated hyphal bodies, mostly with one or more septation (Figure 3a), to mycelial exteriorisation (Figure 4a,b) and as shown (Figure 6 a,b) on pupae mycelial exteriorisation and conidiogenesis on the carcass.
involved Surgical procedure 1 Proximal stomach Proximal gastrectomy 2 Terminal ileum one foot Two stage procedure 3 Near total small bowel Resection and exteriorisation 4 Terminal ileum right Two stage procedure colon with perforation 5 Terminal ileum one foot Two stage procedure 6 Jejunum to mid transverse Resection and colon exteriorosation 7 Distal ileum Two stage procedure 8 Entire small bowel Resection-exteriorisation 9 Right colon Two stage procedure 10 Stomach antrum Antrectomy with feeding jejunostomy 11 Doudenal performation Segmental ileal resection, small bowel fistula Ileco-coecal anastomosis 12 Stomach body & antrum Total gastrectomy Roux Y- esophageal jejunostomy Patient Post-operative Follow-up No.
Indeed, the point here is that Vladislavic's analysis of the exteriorisation of conscience suggests that a major psychological drive is for gender solidarity, especially in insecure sociopolitical circumstances.
from Brazil randomly allocated over 300 patients into each arm of a trial to compare exteriorisation with in situ repairs and found little difference in outcomes (Obstet Gynecol 2008; 111: 639-647).
Among the 13 cases of anastomotic leak, five patients were managed conservatively and eight patients had undergone re-laparotomy, in which seven patients of the later had undergone surgical exteriorisation of the leak site and the remaining one patient had undergone re-anastomosis.
The incision on linea had to extended to facilitate exteriorisation of left horn of uterus which was completely haemorrhagic and non-vital.
In such an ex-propriation of technics from humanity, beyond even the exteriorisation of man, subject, and consciousness in mnemo-technical repositories seen so far, Heidegger's notion of 'ek-sistence' would seem to harbour the possibility of at last thinking technics per se, externally of any recuperative consciousness, alongside a more originary disclosure of Being.
Dans le cadre d'une anthropologie des gestes associes aux expressions picturales du Neolithique, l'auteur montre que ces signes gardent la memoire des gestes qui les ont produits, dans une tension permanente entre interiorisation et exteriorisation.
The surgical procedures were individualised to the cases and included resection of the affected gut segment and exteriorisation of the ends, or primary end-to-end anastomosis, stricturoplasty, adhenolysis or biopsy.
Or pour Durkheim la conscience de cette puissance collective passe par son exteriorisation sous la forme de la representation totemique: "Par definition, il est commun a tous.