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  • Its oriented east-west and its discovered only small part of the street.
  • So we went to a pass-oriented game more that season than we ever had before.
  • The church is oriented north-south and has a tower at its north-eastern corner.
  • It was built as a through station and is oriented east-west.
  • It is oriented so that its greatest length runs north-south.
  • They are small in size and are both oriented north-south.
  • In general, this is a result of their market-oriented economic changes.
  • They must also show a clear north-south direction on their surface in order to orient models.
  • The majority of material in the field is oriented towards the Latin writing system.
  • Object-oriented analysis and design methods are becoming the most widely used methods for computer systems design.
  • Also, the north-south oriented line became more disorganized at its southern end.
  • The region covers an east-west oriented peninsula approximately long and between and wide.
  • He also thought that education should be student-oriented not subject-oriented.
  • According to the system all north-south oriented highway will have even numbers increasing from the east to the west.
  • Heart rate is used as a measure of whether an orienting response has occurred.
  • The model does allow for what is called inheritance in object oriented terms.
  • First, it was designed to provide the country with specific defense oriented personnel.
  • Language also seems to shape how people from different cultures orient themselves in space.
  • After he came back, he suggested new club to be named Orient, which was adopted.
  • The building is set parallel with the north-south oriented railroad tracks.
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Meaning of Orient

  • verb Be oriented
    The weather vane points North, the dancers toes pointed outward
  • verb Determine one's position with reference to another point
    We had to orient ourselves in the forest
  • verb Cause to point
    Orient the house towards the West
  • verb Familiarize (someone) with new surroundings or circumstances
    The dean of students tries to orient the freshmen