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1. Politics of or involving a nation's domestic as opposed to foreign affairs
2. Education denoting assessment by examiners who are employed at the candidate's place of study
3. situated within, affecting, or relating to the inside of the body
4. a medical examination of the vagina, uterus, or rectum
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In reality, despite our grand and expensive projects of Mars colonization, the great majority of us are destined to "internality" which means most of us are prisoners on Earth.
Furthermore, our findings showed that the content of mental contrasting (i.e., the internality of obstacles) affects goal-pursuit behavior.
If we reject a decisive role for the first-person perspective in determining the relation of internality we are talking about, what would we have instead?
High level of control at work (internality) is related to many positive outcomes, such as well-being [27], job satisfaction [25], job performance [28] and lower levels of work-related stress [29].
I then try to identify a possible different account of internality at play in Beever's work, but argue that to the extent that one can tease out such an account from his works, it is so broad that all explanations of law could count as internal in that sense.
The MHLC scales measure three distinct dimensions: Internality (IHLC); Chance Externality (CHLC); and Powerful Others Externality (PHLC).
And the two big challenges were the internality of the book and trying to externalise that in some way, and also just trying to condense the sheer numbers of narrative incidents in a way that made sense but which also allowed Reese Witherspoon [star and producer] to be on her own in the film at times.
The model predicts that an increase in "internality" increases workers' search efforts and JJ transitions, whereas it may reduce JNE transitions.
Not only are they deeply spiritual and reverent they reflect a vivid internality, without musical mannerisms, or virtuosity for its own sake.
The boy is diminutive, his head not yet inflated by adult knowledge of the kind spouted by the father, and his mouth is not merely closed but absent, suggesting his internality and distance from adult communication.
Causal attributions ('this happened because that happened') are extracted from the text and coded for the dimensions of stability, globality and internality. The stable versus unstable explanations indicates whether the speaker believes that the cause persists over time.