[ik-stur-nl-ahy-zer] /ɪkˈstɜr nlˌaɪ zər/
a person who draws a locus of control from the external world, depending on others as a source of values, ideas, and security.
noun 1. See under (def 1b). [juhg-yuh-ler, joo-gyuh-] /ˈdʒʌg yə lər, ˈdʒu gyə-/ adjective 1. Anatomy. 2. (of a fish) having the pelvic fins at the throat, before the pectoral fins. noun 3. Anatomy. a jugular vein. Idioms 4. go for the jugular, to attack a vital and vulnerable trait, feature, element, etc., in an […]
[ik-stur-nl] /ɪkˈstɜr nl/ adjective 1. of or relating to the outside or outer part; outer: an external surface. 2. Medicine/Medical. to be applied to the outside of a body, as a remedy: for external use only. 3. situated or being outside something; acting or coming from without: external influences. 4. pertaining to the outward or […]
- External machine interface
protocol (EMI) A protocol primarily used to connect to short message service centres for mobile telephones. EMI is an extension to Universal Computer Protocol (UCP). EMI was was developed by CMG, now a part of LogicaCMG, the current SMSC market leader. Each byte of the message is encoded as two hexadecimal characters using an encoding […]
- External memory
storage A vague term for slower, non-volatile storage, usually magnetic disk, in contrast to main memory which is usually volatile semiconductor RAM. [Jargon File] (1997-02-17)