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  • The cities in the table below include their greater urban areas, clockwise from the north-west.
  • The order below is counter-clockwise from the north-west corner of the island.
  • The first two columns give the number of points and degrees clockwise from north.
  • The player with the least amount of starting money gets TO go first then the game play continues clockwise from there.
  • The person holding the seven of clubs must begin, and play proceeds clockwise from there.
  • After all steps of a turn complete, the player sitting clockwise from the leader automatically becomes the new leader for the following turn.
  • Where several tributaries enter a single lake, they are listed running clockwise from the lake outlet.
  • The main outer suburbs, clockwise from the city centre (starting due north), include the following.
  • Once a king is in check, the threatened player immediately takes the next turn in defense and play continues clockwise from there.
  • The flat in a counter clockwise from one is called two.
  • The order in the table is counter clockwise from the north.
  • All features here are listed clockwise from the mouth of the Yarra River.
  • The starting guesser for each subsequent round is the next remaining player, clockwise from the starter of the previous round.
  • For most applications, the minor points have been superseded by degrees measured clockwise from North.
  • The following exits are listed clockwise from the southwest: going south to north, west to east, north to south and east to west.
  • Azimuth has also been more generally defined as a horizontal angle measured clockwise from any fixed reference plane or easily established base direction line.
  • This can be done, for example, by mapping a direction to a bearing in degrees clockwise from North.
  • The flag consists of a blue cross, the four cantons colored (clockwise from top left) white, green, black and red.
  • Play then precedes clockwise from First to Middle to Last.
  • The four square fields dominating the cover symbolise the four classical elements, earth, air, water and fire (clockwise from top left).
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