external

(ek-stur´nәl) situated or occurring on the outside. In anatomy, situated toward or near the outside. See also lateral.
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External

(Fr. externe, outer) Outside a thing. Independent of opinion. Capable of pressure or resistance. Used by Peirce (1839-1914) in contradistinction to mental. -- J.K.F.
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external

(L. externus outside) situated or occurring on the outside; many anatomical structures formerly called external are now more correctly termed lateral.
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external

(superficial) Located on or toward the surface.
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external

(timing) Having a sense of external timing involves using visual, auditory, or touch sensory inputs to time actions. This mostly involves extrapolating the timing of moving visual elements. Examples include anticipating the collision of two objects moving at a constant speed or anticipating when an object will hit the ground when...
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external

[adj] - coming from the outside 2. [adj] - from or between other countries 3. [adj] - purely outward or superficial 4. [adj] - happening or arising or located outside or beyond some limits or especially surface 5. [adj] - exogenous 6. [n] - outward features
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External

• (a.) Away from the mesial plane of the body; lateral. • (a.) Outside of or separate from ourselves; (Metaph.) separate from the perceiving mind. • (a.) Outwardly perceptible; visible; physical or corporeal, as distinguished from mental or moral. • (n.) Something external or without; outward part; that which makes a show, rathe...
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external

<anatomy> Situated or occurring on the outside, many anatomical structures formerly called external are now more correctly termed lateral. ... Origin: L. Externus = outside ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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external

extraneous 1 outside adjective coming from the outside; `extraneous light in the camera spoiled the photograph`; `relying upon an extraneous income`; `disdaining outside pressure groups`
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External

[mathematics] == Usefulness == It could be argued that we already have terms for the concepts described here, like dynamical systems, group actions, modules, and vector spaces. However, there is still no other terminology available for an external monoid for which this terminology gives us a concise expression. Above all else, this is a rea...
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External

Ex·ter'nal adjective [ Latin externus , from exter , exterus , on the outside, outward. See Exterior .] 1. Outward; exterior; relating to the outside, as of a body; being without; acting from without; -- opposed to internal ; as, the external form or...
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External

Ex·ter'nal noun Something external or without; outward part; that which makes a show, rather than that which is intrinsic; visible form; -- usually in the plural. « Adam was then no less glorious in his externals » South. « God in externals could not place cont...
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external

adjective, Latin externus = outward, hence, further from the inside.
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external

external 1. Relating to, situated on, existing on, or connected with the outside or an outer part; exterior. 2. Suitable for application to the outside; such as, external paints. 3. Suitable or designed for use only on the outside or surface of something, especially the body. 4. Existing independently of the mind; existing outside the body or mi...
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External

Located on or near the surface of the body
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External

on the outer surface.
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EXTERNAL

on the outer surface.
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external

Type: Term Pronunciation: eks-ter′năl Definitions: 1. On the outside or farther from the center; often incorrectly used to mean lateral. Synonyms: externus
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