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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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There are survey questionnaires used in social psychology, again used in the US, that disentangle whether the stigma is through externalisation and whether it has also been internalised.
This is largely thanks to the opportunities that are emerging from areas that are traditionally averse to the externalisation of IT, such as utilities and insurance, which are being forced to reduce operating costs through IT investment in order to remain competitive in a recovering economy.
The result of above externalisation and combination processes will be the shared explicit knowledge (i.
A new research task force has also been created, which will launch a strategic reflection on the evolution of the research budget reserved for this sector, externalisation of the management of research programmes and the links between research and other policies in organisational terms.
Driven mainly by the manufacturing sector, a fast rise of this growth can also be attributed to the externalisation of business overseas.
In February, the externalisation of the construction unit of Cumbria County Council was announced, together with a seven-year highways maintenance contract worth approximately pounds 300m to Amey Highways.
Roy Gladden, secretary of Liverpool city council joint trade union committee, said: "In recent years we have witnessed an explosion of externalisation, privatisation and private sector encroachment of areas which have traditionally been part of local government.
Coun Tyrrell commented: 'I might be accused of favouring an in-house service, others might favour externalisation, but the job of best value is to see who can provide the best services.
Unison branch secretary Will Trevor said: "Staff are under no illusions that a partnership agreement will lead to the externalisation of the parking enforcement service, without allowing the in-house team the opportunity to run the expanded service.