intrinsic

Net metallic value sans numismatic/face value.
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intrinsic

(in-trin´sik) located entirely within a part, or having to do only with that part.
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intrinsic

(in-trin;zik) Situated within or pertaining to internal origin.
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intrinsic

(L. intrinsecus, situated on the inside) situated entirely within or pertaining exclusively to a part.
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Intrinsic

(Lat. inter, between + secus, beside) Having internal value. Value in the relation of parts to whole. -- J.K.F.
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intrinsic

[adj] - belonging to a thing by its very nature 2. [adj] - (anatomy) situated within or belonging solely to the organ or body part on which it acts
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Intrinsic

• (a.) Included wholly within an organ or limb, as certain groups of muscles; -- opposed to extrinsic. • (n.) A genuine quality. • (a.) Inward; internal; hence, true; genuine; real; essential; inherent; not merely apparent or accidental; -- opposed to extrinsic; as, the intrinsic value of gold or silver; the intrinsic merit of an act...
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intrinsic

intrinsical adjective belonging to a thing by its very nature; `form was treated as something intrinsic, as the very essence of the thing`- John Dewey
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Intrinsic

In·trin'sic (ĭn*trĭn'sĭk) adjective [ Latin intrinsecus inward, on the inside; intra within + secus otherwise, beside; akin to English second : confer French intrinsèque . See Inter- , Second , and confer Extrinsic .] ...
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Intrinsic

In·trin'sic noun A genuine quality. [ Obsolete] Warburton.
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intrinsic

adjective, Latin = on the inside.
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Intrinsic

Arising from the nature of a thing...native or inherent. Intrinsic asthma, as an example, arises from congestive inflammation, neurohormonal and auto-allergic conditions of the lung and bronchial membranes themselves, not from EXTRINSIC causes, like Juniper pollen or a bee sting.
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intrinsic

As applied to value, the net metallic value as distinguished from face and numismatic value.
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intrinsic

belonging to a thing by its very nature
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intrinsic

belonging to a thing by its very nature
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intrinsic

intrinsic A reference to the real nature of a thing; inherent; essential. Cross references of word families related directly, or indirectly, to: 'internal organs, entrails, inside': ent-; enter-; fistul-; incret-; inter-; splanchn-; viscer-.
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Intrinsic

Intrinsic: 1. An essential or inherent part of a something such as a structure. 2. Coming from within, from the inside. Proteins have intrinsic signals that govern their transport and localization in the cell. From the Latin intrinsecus meaning situated on the inside. The opposite of intrinsic is extrinsic.
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Intrinsic

Located entirely within an organ (as contrasted to extrinsic).
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intrinsic

qualifies a value determined when maintenance and operational conditions are assumed to be ideal
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intrinsic

Situated entirely within or pertaining exclusively to a part. ... Origin: L. Intrinsecus = situated on the inside ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Intrinsic

Situated within or belonging solely to the organ or body part on which it acts
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intrinsic

Type: Term Pronunciation: in-trin′sik Definitions: 1. Pertaining to the essence or nature of a thing; inherent. 2. anatomy denoting those muscles with an origin and insertion that are both within the structure under consideration, distinguished from the extrinsic muscles that have their origin outside the structure under consideration; applie...
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