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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 student extern role is heavily centered around the work of two advanced practice nurses (APNs) who split their practice between home visits in the morning and nursing home visits in the afternoon.
12) au analizat influentele mediului extern asupra managementului organizatiilor propunand noi dimensiuni descriptive si analitice ale mediilor organizationale pe baza celor construite de Aldrich (1979) si Dess si Beard (1984).
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.
Many companies seeking externs will want to interview candidates.
The Nurse Extern can only perform the clinical procedures and activities specified in the list of Extern Guidelines -- e.
Rebekah had been receiving help from Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Education Welfare staff but Extern helped to solve her school absenteeism.
While in law school, he was an associate editor of the Gonzaga Law Review and served as a judicial extern at the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division III.
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.
Bolstad earned his Juris Doctor Order of the Coif from Loyola Law School, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review and served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Robert M.
Guseynov served as a Fried Frank extern for six months at the Legal Aid Society, Community Development Project, in East Harlem.
One preceptor described how her extern had developed into a team player, progressing from self- to other-centeredness: