Some articles on external:
... support in limited fashion, several types of external decoders can be specified, so that users can specify exactly what types of decoders play ... External Codecs Media Priority to Connect among decoder types DirectShow, Real, QuickTime, WinAmp and MPlayer Custom Filter Manager to force or block external filters System ...
... similar to the steam calliope, but the difference is that in the calliope the combustion is external to the resonant cavity, whereas the pyrophone is an internal combustion ... The difference initially seems insignificant, but external combustion is what gives the calliope its staccatto ... under the constant pressures of an external combustion chamber, the calliope merely directs exhaust ...
... makes use of AmigaOS Datatypes for its external and inline image decoding, making it simple for users to extend the list of supported image types by installing the appropriate operating system plugin ... Using ARexx, users can write external scripts to ask AMosaic to retrieve a page and return it in ASCII format, or AMosaic can execute a script calling an external ...
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More definitions of "external":
- (adj): Purely outward or superficial.
Example: "External composure"; "an external concern for reputation"- A.R.Gurney,Jr.
- (adj): Happening or arising or located outside or beyond some limits or especially surface.
Example: "The external auditory canal"; "external pressures"
Famous quotes containing the word external:
“The boundary line between self and external world bears no relation to reality; the distinction between ego and world is made by spitting out part of the inside, and swallowing in part of the outside.”
—Norman O. Brown (b. 1913)
“A tempest cracked on the theatre. Quickly,
The wind beat in the roof and half the walls.
The ruin stood still in an external world.
It had been real. It was something overseas
That I remembered, something that I remembered
Overseas, that stood in an external world.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“The ideal of brotherhood of man, the building of the Just City, is one that cannot be discarded without lifelong feelings of disappointment and loss. But, if we are to live in the real world, discard it we must. Its very nobility makes the results of its breakdown doubly horrifying, and it breaks down, as it always will, not by some external agency but because it cannot work.”
—Kingsley Amis (19221995)