going clockwise

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  • Play begins with the oldest player, going clockwise.
  • From top left going clockwise: spring, summer, winter, autumn.
  • If a rudraksha is held above the water, if the water is good and drinkable, it will go clockwise.
  • Going clockwise, each player must play a card of the lead suit from their hand, or a card of any other suit if they have none of the lead suit.
  • Going clockwise, each player takes a turn 3.
  • The cards were numbered in alphabetical order by color according to the Magic color wheel, starting with white and going clockwise.
  • Starting with the player to the left of the player who placed the fourth card and going clockwise, each player gets one chance to play a card on top of the stack in question.
  • The district also includes part of the Circonvallazione ring road, which is served by two trolleybus lines, respectively going clockwise and counterclockwise.
  • Going clockwise around the table, each player must play a card with the same suit combination (three cubes) if they have it (if not, they can play any card).
  • The taegeuk is surrounded by four of the eight trigrams, starting from top left and going clockwise: Heaven, Water, Earth, Fire.
  • A contour going clockwise over both poles gives the causal retarded propagator.
  • All other players, going clockwise from the player who knocked, have one more turn to draw from the stock and discard, or they have the option of keeping all three cards in their hands, known as standing.
  • Unlike the standard three-position group, the four-position group went from (going clockwise from the 9 o'clock position) safe, fully automatic, semi-automatic and finally burst.
  • Inside the counter are a number of rings with the numbers from 0 to 9 in descending order going clockwise.
  • Going clockwise around Kansas City, the next interchange is exit 1A for Lackman Road.
  • The Distrito Federal (Mexico City) as a whole is bordered directly by the following municipalities, going clockwise, starting from the west-southwest.
  • After the dealer discards, the next player picks the next available tile from the wall (going clockwise) and discards a tile.
  • Single braid consists of an even number of strands, eight or twelve being typical, braided into a circular pattern with half of the strands going clockwise and the other half going anticlockwise.
  • There is another female (electron) circling around at the opposite side to you spinning anti-clockwise if you go clockwise and clockwise when you spin ant-clockwise.
  • As the route is circular it can be started at any point, but the description in the official leaflets starts and finishes at Golden Acre Park, going clockwise.
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