extrinsic : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a not forming an essential part of a thing or arising or originating from the outside
an extrinsic feature of the new building
that style is something extrinsic to the subject
looking for extrinsic aid
- Stengel: Ok well, you don't, they shop at Whole Foods without feeling like there is some, some other extrinsic benefit.
- With affinity these extrinsic souls -furiously incarnate, Their entity cognate, spectral, absolute, perpetual -show .
- The significance of this statement lies in its extrinsic value.
News & Articles
- Judge rules again in favor of Tohono O'odham
In a ruling June 25, Federal District Court Judge David Campbell ruled once again in favor of the Tohono O’odham Nation. His ruling made it clear that the Compact between the state and the Nation was “fully integrated. It does not contain a ban on new casinos in the Phoenix area, and its terms cannot reasonably be read to include such a ban, even in the light of Plaintiffs’ extrinsic evidence ...
June 25, 2013 - Glendale Star
- Edith Jones in Bloomberg
Because the district court's approach to the loss calculation did not take into account the impact of extrinsic factors on Dynegy's stock price decline, Olis is entitled to re- sentencing,US Circuit Judge Edith Jones wrote in her 20- page...
- Daniel in BNET UK (blog)
In environments where extrinsic rewards are most salient, many people work only to the point that triggers the reward - and no further,writes Daniel Pink in "Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us".
- Richard Scrushy in WSFA
In their earlier reply to the government response to the new trial motion, attorneys for Scrushy argued, "Unless this Court can make a determination, without any further investigation, that this jury was not exposed to any extrinsic evidence, or...