Noun(1) the act of orienting(2) an integrated set of attitudes and beliefs(3) position or alignment relative to points of the compass or other specific directions(4) a predisposition in favor of something(5) a person's awareness of self with regard to position and time and place and personal relationships(6) a course introducing a new situation or environment
(1) They conclude that a person's sexual orientation is determined before birth.(2) Another proof of the positive developments in bilateral economic relations was the new orientation of Greek investment.(3) There appears to be some species-specific responses of migratory orientation by songbirds under narrowband illumination.(4) Human beings, in common with other vertebrates, possess a set of sense organs that provide information to the brain concerning orientation and motion of the body.(5) These days have been incredibly traumatic and the only place I can receive some positive therapy and orientation is this great site.(6) There is no sign of it abandoning the usual academic Leftist orientation , though.(7) The camera does an excellent job of tracking your boarder's movement and I was always able to properly determine my orientation relative to the ground.(8) In the five weeks that they are there, they will spend the first week in Dar Es Salam as a group and this is where their training and orientation will take place with the country NGO, Africa Alive.(9) We measured nest orientation by first locating the opening in the vegetation used by adults to access the nest.(10) Able also found differences in orientation depending on weather conditions, but he found birds exhibiting downwind orientation under conditions of overcast.(11) This makes it impossible to infer a dorsoventral orientation of any zooid in a colony.(12) Depending on the relative orientation of the dislocation and precipitate, the internal stress will aid dislocation motion or hinder dislocation motion.(13) Before the enemy plonked a torpedo into the engine room of the ship, they didn't debate the exact depth at which she was to rest, nor her orientation relative to access points on shore.(14) The very day I arrived at college for freshman orientation week I was issued the student government's new-boy's handbook.(15) The schedule lists orientation at the main campus on Saturday, July 22, and first day of classes on Monday, July 24.(16) Freshman week orientation programs and workshops on coping with stress, although helpful, may still not be adequate.
(1) sexual orientation :: 性的指向
2. adaptation ::
3. attitude ::
4. induction ::
5. predilection ::
6. orientation course ::
Different Formsdisorientation, orientation, orientations
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