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External Obsolescence

Business / Real Estate / External Obsolescence: A type of incurable depreciation caused by negative factors not on the subject property, such as environmental, social or ecomomic forces. The loss in value can not be reversed by spending money on the property.
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Other Words for External

External Noun Synonyms: outer, outside, outward, exterior
External Adjective Synonyms: apparent, visible, perceptible, superficial, surface
External Verb Synonyms: outside, exterior, extrinsic, extraneous, alien, foreign, exotic
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External Modem

Technology / Computers / External Modem: A modem that is separate from the actual computer system and is self-contained in its own box. Because of the additional expense of creating the housing for the external modem, they tend to be a littl MORE

External Market

Business / Finance / External Market: Funds originating from a source outside the corporation to increase cash flow and to aid in expansion efforts, e.g., bank loan or bond offering. MORE

External Funds

Business / Finance / External Funds: Funding that is not generated by a firm's operations: new borrowing or a stock issue. MORE

External Obsolescence

Business / Real Estate / External Obsolescence: A type of incurable depreciation caused by negative factors not on the subject property, such as environmental, social or ecomomic forces. The loss in value can not be reversed by spending money on th MORE

Externally Ventilated

Technology / Motors / Externally Ventilated: A motor using an external cooling system. This is required in applications where the motor's own fan will not provide sufficient cooling: this is true for certain duty cycle applications, slow speed m MORE

Open Externally-Ventilated Machine

Technology / Motors / Open Externally-Ventilated Machine: A machine which is ventilated with external air by means of a separate motor-driven blower mounted on machine enclosure. MORE