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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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or purchases) the object of this contract is the service of deposit, Custody and control of loan and return of the externalized file of clinical histories of the health area iv.
This matter of externalized costs can be applied to virtually every facet of our economy.
And when it's clean up time, the costs are often externalized on the community that hosted the mine.
The attached storage devices form a pool and are externalized from the individual servers, allowing a large-scale storage subsystem to be shared among multiple host servers.
Kelly's brilliantly stylized, furiously externalized performance suggests a Michael Jordan of self-alienation.
Social and environmental costs have traditionally been externalized, which is why the industrial economies have gone so far off course.
The interface of the software is being localized internally by the DMFAS Programme while the localization of the user documentation is being externalized.
The study, however, shows that short-circuits between high voltage components rather than externalized conductors were the typical cause of death in the 22 fatalities associated with Riata.
The authors find a consistent retrenchment of grief into the anger phase, where the pain of losing national invulnerability is transferred to externalized aggression.
The pure internality of Cluster Praxis precludes any externalized political engagement, and desire is indeed dissipated.