Intrinsics


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Intrinsics

(operating system, graphics)
A library package on top of Xlib, extending the basic functions of the X Window System. It provides mechanisms for building widget sets and application environments.
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The patient had weakness in the left ulnar hypothenar and intrinsic muscles (3+/5) and the left FDP digits 4 and 5 (3+/5).
However, regression analyses revealed that intrinsic religiosity predicted how the very religious target was judged, [R.sup.2] = .126; low intrinsics rated the very religious target as likely to physically hurt gay/lesbian people more than high intrinsics did, [beta] = -.36, t(266) = 5.39, p = .001.
Although the calves are the largest muscle group acting on the ankle joint when the foot is pointed, it's the underused intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the feet that need to be engaged in order to access your full range of motion.
The work closest to using the concept of compiler-aware library is [31] where the authors have looked at writing DSP intrinsics to the compiler's IR and promoting them as C-keywords for code targeted to a DSP processor.
These competing values may explain conflicting findings such as Allport and Ross' (1967) assertion that intrinsics are less prejudiced, while Herek (1987) contends the opposite.
Motor examination may reveal weakness and wasting of the upper limb musculature (particularly the hand intrinsics).
At this point, the deviation of the image intrinsics off their theoretical values is presumably attributed to lens geometric distortion.
* Emphasizing Intrinsics: As clients evaluate candidates, search firms should ensure that they continue to provide appropriate weight to intrinsics, supported by thorough referencing, rather than overvaluing certain kinds of experience.
"So you work the extrinsic and the intrinsics, and the combination ought to produce a magic that makes people part with more money."
It is standardly assumed that there are three--and only three--ways to solve the problem of temporary intrinsics: (a) embrace presentism, (b) relativize property possession to times, or (c) accept the doctrine of temporal parts.
In addition, toe-to-thumb transfer might have been unsuitable for the indications, as the thumb intrinsics had not been left intact, and the thumb extrinsics did not work well due to the tendon or muscle contracture that had occurred over 5 months after the first surgery.