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extern

[ek′stərn]
(computer science)
A pseudoinstruction found in several assembly languages which explicitly tells an assembler that a symbol is external, that is, not defined in the program module.
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The extern program functions within the purview of the Hartford Leadership Team, a group of faculty who are funded members of the Hartford Center.
STP-68--board for extern connections, bind through 1:1 CAB-305 cable to the KPCI-3102 connector.
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Nursing student externs may not wear school identification or uniforms.
Some participants indicated that a greater impact on curriculum could result if the externship responsibilities were more closely related to the teaching or school responsibility of the extern.
A second example: a multiple location health system provided a consistent clinical coach to the extern but no tuition support.
The Nurse Extern can only perform the clinical procedures and activities specified in the list of Extern Guidelines -- e.
All of the external variables and functions in the proposed solution are of type extern and all except expand_string( ) should be static.
The new plant also encompasses scalable capacity for producing ultra-high-performance Extern grades (PEI and, later, the TPI) and speciality intermediates (anhydrides) used for modification of coatings, adhesives or thermosets or as the base chemical for other polymers, pharmaceuticals or pigments.
ABSTRACT Many nursing students participate in summer extern programs to augment their clinical experience in school and ease the gap between education and the real world of nursing practice.
Each Sidley extern works at inMotion's offices in New York City for a three- to four-month period on a rotating basis, and receives extensive training from inMotion.
A Summer Nurse Extern Program that she developed at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center has been expanded throughout the NSLIJMC system.